Coming up Wednesday on CTV Morning Live

Hugh Vassos joins us to discuss the Saskatchewan Roughrider Alumni golf tournament set for Sept. 22 at the Saskatoon Golf and Country Club. Teams of three will play a full scramble tournament with a Roughrider alumnus, member of the Roughrider management team, or a local celebrity.

Comedian Big Daddy Tazz is in to preview the Scotiabank Visions Luncheon raising funds for the Canadian National Institute for the Blind’s vision rehabilitation programs and services. The luncheon Wednesday at TCU Place features the comedy of Big Daddy Tazz and an inspiring story of a Canadian living with vision loss. 

James Romanow, Dr. Booze, joins us to discuss the growth in craft beer and wine and share some samples.

Maleeha Sheikh learns about the Sign, Play & Explore Workshop that helps parents and their young child engage through American Sign Language signs, activities and games that encourage parent-child interaction. This program has activities for children ages two to four months to 3 years of age.

 

What you may have missed Tuesday on CTV Morning Live

Lorne Calvert, the principal of St. Andrew’s College, talked about an upcoming event featuring former prime minister Paul Martin engaging in a dialogue on Aboriginal education.

Mayor Don Atchison joined us to provide an update on summer roadwork in the city and other issues facing the City of Saskatoon and its residents.

Trystan “DJ Anchor” Myers joined us in studio for an update on the music industry and what’s going on in Saskatoon.

Maleeha Sheikh was making waves as she joined the crew of the Prairie Lily on the South Saskatchewan River.

Sneha Mukherjee, artistic director of Mudra School of Performing Arts, gave us a lesson in Bollywood moves.