Coming up Wednesday on CTV Morning Live

Colin Grant joins us to talk about the Saskatoon Fringe Festival that is marking its 25th anniversary. The festival begins Friday and runs to Aug. 9.

Aviva Zack of Bliss Wedding Design shares suggestions on bridal shower ideas, how to be a good bridesmaid the duties of the maid of honour.

The Saskatoon SPCA will be in with the latest news from the shelter and some of the animals that are available for adoption.

We go back in time as Scott Whiting of the Western Development Museum shares the old-time skills of butter churning and ice cream making.

Maleeha Sheikh goes dancing in the park as she learns all about Scottish country dancing.


What you may have missed Tuesday on CTV Morning Live

Mairin Loewen talked 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 discussed the city’s crime rate and the police service’s move into its new station.

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

Mayor Don Atchison was in to talk about issues affecting the City of Saskatoon and its residents.

Matt Little of Rembrandt’s Fine Dining joined us with tips on setting your table and dinner table etiquette and showed us the correct way to decant wine.