Coming up Tuesday on CTV Morning Live

Lorne Calvert, the principal of St. Andrew’s College, will be in to talk about an upcoming event featuring former prime minister Paul Martin engaging in a dialogue on Aboriginal education.

Mayor Don Atchison joins us for a discussion on issues facing the City of Saskatoon and its residents.

We’ll get an update on the music industry and what’s going on in Saskatoon when Trystan “DJ Anchor” Myers joins us in the studio.

Maleeha Sheikh will be making waves as she joins the crew of the Prairie Lily on the South Saskatchewan River.


What you may have missed Monday on CTV Morning Live

It’s cold and flu season so Jacqui Fleury, a doctor of naturopathic medicine, joined us with naturopathic remedies to get you feeling better.

Saskatoon film critic Craig Koban was in for his regular movie segment.

We got cooking with Muhammad Shakeel and Ali Shakeel from King Kabab as they shared a dish with some South Asian spice.

Phyllis Hallatt of Child Find Saskatchewan talked about the organization’s 30th anniversary and its accomplishments during the past three decades.

Maleeha Sheikh learned more about the Tim Hortons Smile Cookie week that runs Sept. 15-21. Saskatoon and area stores are donating 100 per cent of the proceeds of the $1 cookie to the Children's Hospital Foundation of Saskatchewan.