Coming up Tuesday on CTV Morning Live

Terry Lowe, director of community programs with Catholic Family Services, joins us to talk about “helicopter parenting” and the way in which it can stops kids from developing the emotional muscle they need to survive later in life.

Mayor Don Atchison joins us to talk about the ongoing lockout of city transit workers and other issues affecting the City of Saskatoon and its residents.

Trystan “DJ Anchor” Myers will be in with the latest music industry news and new releases.

We’ll get into the Octoberfest spirit as we’re joined by the folks from Prairie Sun Brewery and get a taste of their pumpkin ale.

It’s harvest season for the apple crop, so Maleeha Sheikh heads north to the Petrofka Orchard.

 

What you may have missed Monday on CTV Morning Live

From the small screen to the big screen -- Morning Live’s movie guru Craig Koban looked at movies based on TV shows.

We headed to Prairie Ink at McNally Robinson Booksellers for Meal Time Monday with Chef Todd Leedahl who prepared a delicious take on grilled cheese.

Maleeha Sheikh was Dutch Growers for tips about getting your yard ready for fall and a trip through the pumpkin maze.

September is Arthritis Awareness Month and Tennille Zatrepalek from The Arthritis Society joined us to talk about what arthritis is and ways that people can live with the condition.

Phaedra Hitchings, regional co-ordinator at Frontier College, joined us with tip son how parents can help increase a child’s focus when it comes to homework and about the tutoring program Frontier College is setting up in partnership with the Saskatoon Public Library.