Coming up Tuesday on CTV Morning Live Saskatoon
CTV Morning Live Saskatoon
Published Friday, January 18, 2013 4:03PM CST
Last Updated Monday, March 10, 2014 8:41AM CST
Coming up Tuesday on CTV Morning Live
Bitcoin user Ethan Erkiletian joins us to discuss the virtual currency, why they exists and why they have become popular among some segments of society.
Tim Gitzel, CEO of Cameco Corp., joins us to announce the first performer in a new community concert series that will raise funds for Saskatoon hospital foundations.
Trystan “DJ Anchor” Myers joins us to chat about the latest in music industry news and the hot new releases.
What you may have missed Monday on CTV Morning Live
Dan Riskin, host of Discovery Channels’ Daily Planet, talked about Supersize This! Week as the shows scours the globe for the biggest, most outrageous, over-the-top science and engineering stories.
Stephanie Massicotte joined students from the Edwards School of Business at the University of Saskatchewan for Five Days for the Homeless, a campaign in which university students live “homeless” on their campus to raise money and awareness for a local charity. This year’s goal is $15,000, plus donations of clothing, food and other donations. https://www.facebook.com/5dayssaskatoon
Jonathan Huntington, manager of community investment for Cameco, and Lori Leach of Kinetic Advertising joined us to discuss Ensemble, a Dress For Success Benefit, being held Thursday evening.
Sous chef Coy Delorme of Dakota Dunes Casino prepared pan-seared prime rib and chorizo-stuffed chicken breasts.
Mayor Don Atchison was in to talk about water main breaks and other issues affecting the City of Saskatoon and its residents.
Ray Moskowec, a former Canadian Forces captain, joined us to talk about issues affecting veterans and the conflict with the federal government over the provision of services to military veterans.