What you may have missed Friday on CTV Morning Live

Jessica Richard, city director for PotashCorp Lemonade Day Saskatchewan, joined us to talk about the Lemonade Day learning program that teaches youth about entrepreneurship and how parents and children can be involved.

Saskatchewan Roughrider legend and CFL Hall of Famer Don Narcisse was in studio to talk about the All-Star Event in support of KidSport that runs Saturday in Saskatoon. The event includes a day-long football camp for young players and a gala fundraising reception and dinner on Saturday night.

Aden Bowman Collegiate students Morgan Carter and Michelle Epp joined us to talk about their team's winning submission to the Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan high-school YouTube video contest. The contest tasked students from Saskatoon and area to create short movie-trailer style promotions in support of the festival's upcoming production of Hamlet. The Grade 12 team from Aden Bowman of Morgan Carter, Taylor Friesen, Celeste Nicholson, Michelle Epp and Chichi Chukwu produced a "chilling and artistic Hollywood-style interpretation of the great tragedy" to win first place.

Alyssa Bennett of LUSH Cosmetics Midtown Plaza location joined us in studio to talk about the local store's role in a company campaign calling for a ban cosmetic testing on animals.

CTV Morning Live's Emily Baron-Cadloff got a man's perspective on fun as she checked out The Man Show taking place this weekend at Credit Union Centre.

What you may have missed Thursday on CTV Morning Live

Crystal Stadnyk, women in trades and technology co-ordinator at SIAST Kelsey campus, talked about the mother-daughter edition of the Girls Exploring Trades and Technology (GETT) camp. Mothers and daughters (Grade 6-8 students) compete as a team to design, build and race a go-cart of their very own. The camp runs two weekends, May 5-6 and May 12-13 on both Saturday and Sunday. Register by calling Crystal Stadnyk at (306) 659-4863 or by email at crystal.stadnyk@siast.sk.ca

Comedy and country music performers Williams and Ree, otherwise known as The White Guy and the Indian and the long-time hosts of the Craven Country Jamboree, joined us in studio.

Travis Low of the Parkinsons Society of Saskatchewan joined us to talk about Parkinson Awareness Month and the role of the society in supporting research and fundraising in the province.

CTV Morning Live's Emily Baron-Cadloff joined instructor Ryan Leier and a group of students at Yoga One to learn the benefits of yoga.

Jeffrey Lundstrom, organizer of the Prairie Harvest Medicinal Marijuana Cup and owner of Saskatoon's Skunk Funk Smoker's Emporium, joined us to talk about the event planned for September that will see medical marijuana growers in Saskatchewan judged to determine the best product from different strains of marijuana submitted by Health Canada-approved growers.

What you may have missed Wednesday on CTV Morning Live

Erin DeLathouwer and Megan Marcoux with the University of Saskatchewan Learning Centre joined us to talk about "learning communities" for undergraduate students and why it is important for undergraduate students to get involved with the learning communities.

Tricia McAuley and Lindsay Royale of the Saskatoon SPCA were in studio with a couple of adoptable kittens as well as valuable information about why your pet should never be left unattended inside a vehicle. http://www.saskatoonspca.com/

Golf season is here, and our Mike Ciona visited with Bruce Craven of Craven Sport Services to learn some exercises and tips to make sure you hit the links in good shape and give you a better swing through better body mechanics.

We talked with superbike racer Brett McCormick of Saskatoon who is recovering in a Netherlands hospital after a crash during a race Sunday. McCormick says is recovering well and hopes to return to Saskatoon in the coming days.

CTV Morning Live's Emily Baron-Cadloff was at Homestead Ice Cream on Victoria Avenue to learn how they make their ice cream treats and to whip up a batch of Morning Live Mashup ice cream.

What you may have missed Tuesday on CTV Morning Live

Singer Stephen Maguire joined us in studio for an interview and performance of his song "These Are the Streets" of his latest album entitled The Nashville Sessions.

We gave you an exclusive first look inside Saskatoon's new Cabela's store that will open to the public on May 10.

We talk with singer Johnny Reid and Carolynn Dawn Johnson who performed Monday night at Credit Union Centre in Saskatoon.

Sean Sullivan of Sure Innovations joined CTV Morning Live's Gadget Girl Emily Baron-Cadloff to talk about upgrading your home theatre to embrace the 30 experience.

University of Saskatchewan political studies Prof. David McGrane was in studio to talk about the Alberta election result and how it might affect Saskatchewan.

What you may have missed Monday on CTV Morning Live

Mayor Don Atchison joined us studio for his weekly segment discussing issues facing the City of Saskatoon.

Ali Sarchuk, the only Saskatchewan participant in the Miss Universe Canada pageant, talked about the pageant and her fundraising efforts for SOS Children's Villages.

The six participants in CTV Morning Live's Spring Shed learned their progress during the fourth installment of our six-week feature.

Dietitian Stephanie Wheler talked about the health dangers of the feeding tube diet fad.