Coming up Wednesday on CTV Morning Live

Dr. Vikki Holmes is in to talk about Women’s Cancer Awareness Month and efforts by the Canadian Cancer Society to encourage you to take an active role in maintaining your health to reduce your risk of cancer.

The Saskatoon SPCA will stop by with some of the animals up for adoption and to talk abut the latest news from the shelter.

We’ll preview the upcoming Gold Medal Plates 2014 competition, a fundraiser for the Canadian Olympic Committee, with the help of event chair Brad Darbyshire and past winner chef Trevor Robertson.

Maleeha Sheikh joins Ian Erickson of St. John Ambulance for tips on how parents can treat scrapes and bruises from sports injuries.

 

What you may have missed Tuesday on CTV Morning Live

Mayor Don Atchison discussed the impact and of the month-long transit lockout and the city’s next steps in reaching a contract with transit workers.

We talked to the Bargain Brothers, Winnipeg used car dealers Doug MacIver Jr. and Andrew MacIver, about the six-episode reality TV series airing on BNN that follows antics at their family-run dealership.

Nathan Beselaere joined us to discuss his time in Sierra Leone at the beginning of the Ebola outbreak. Beselaere was giving teachers training workshops and teaching them about preventative measures.

Matt Stinn and Celeste Nicholson of the Saskatoon-based band Friends of Foes performed and talked about the band’s new album and single and release show set for Tuesday night at Capitol Music Club.

Maleeha Sheikh was rolling as she joined member of the Saskatoon Roller Derby League