Coming up Tuesday on CTV Morning Live

Mayor Don Atchison will be in to talk about the impact and of the month-long transit lockout and the city’s next steps in reaching a contract with transit workers.

We’ll talk to the Bargain Brothers, Winnipeg used car dealers Doug MacIver Jr. and Andrew MacIver, about the six-episode reality TV series airing on BNN that follows antics at their family-run dealership.

Nathan Beselaere joins us to discuss his time in Sierra Leone at the beginning of the Ebola outbreak. Beselaere was giving teachers training workshops and teaching them about preventative measures.

Matt Stinn and Celeste Nicholson of the Saskatoon-based band Friends of Foes will be in to talk about the band’s new album and single and release show set for Tuesday night at Capitol Music Club.

Maleeha Sheikh gets rolling as she joins member of the Saskatoon Roller Derby League

 

What you may have missed p Monday on CTV Morning Live

Maleeha Sheikh found out about an upcoming Masquerade with Little Opera on the Prairie.

Writer Wes Funk discussed the Saskatchewan Writers Guild Annual Fall Conference and shared some Halloween reads.

Author Edmund Metatawabin talked about his new book Up Ghost River: A Chief's Journey through the Turbulent Waters of Native History.

Stephanie Massicotte joined members of the Saskatoon Fire Department for a vehicle extrication demonstration.

Saskatoon Police service chief Clive Weighill was into talk about poliing issues and the department's request for additional funding.