Coming up Tuesday on CTV Morning Live

Mairin Loewen joins us to talk about Girls Rock Camp Saskatoon a week-long summer program where girls age 7 to 13 learn an instrument, form a band, and write a song to be performed at a showcase at the end of the week.

Police Chief Clive Weighill will join us to talk about policing issues affecting Saskatoon residents.

The race is on for Maleeha Sheikh as she joins members of the The Saskatchewan Barrel Racing Association.

 

What you may have missed Monday on CTV Morning Live

Crystal Anderson MacLeod of RSVP Event Design shared some wedding etiquette tips and discusses the do’s and don’ts for wedding guests.

Samantha Benesh of Drift Cycle Ice Pops showed us how they make their unique ice pops that are available on the streets of Saskatoon.

Maleeha Sheikh learned how Muslims in Saskatoon are celebrating Eid al-Fitr, marking the end Ramadan.

Pro soccer player Kaylyn Kyle stopped in to discuss her career and look ahead to next summer’s FIFA Women’s World Cup being held in Canada.

Saskatoon Blades president Steve Hogle was in to talk about the team’s latest player signing and changes to the organization of its scouting department.