What you may have missed Jan. 23-27 on CTV Morning Live
Published Monday, January 30, 2012 8:27AM CST
What you may have missed Friday on CTV Morning Live
Just because you have kids doesn't mean it has to be fast food all of the time. Laura Monchuk of SaskMom.com talked about how to have a nice dinner out with your children and kid-friendly restaurants.
Mike Gustus from The Gustus Group at Re/Max was in to talk about inner- city house prices, availability and determining what is the right choice for you. http://www.gustusgroup.com/
Experts from SportChek were in studio to talk about fitness wear for men and women and how to put together gear that meets the needs for the activity you are taking part in. http://www.sportchek.ca
Saskatoon Blades head coach and general manager Lorne Molleken talked about the team's recent success as winners of seven of their last eight games. The Blades play on the road in Moose Jaw on Friday and are home to Regina on Saturday.
CTV Morning Live's Tara Yolan was making the grade during her visit to the Maria Montessori School in Saskatoon.
What you may have missed Thursday on CTV Morning Live
Ray Morrison, chair of Saskatoon Public Schools board, joined us to talk about the push for full-day kindergarten programs in the province. Many Saskatoon schools have implemented full-day kindergarten, but the provincial government has not mandated such programs.
Denis Creurer of Framing and Art Centre joined us to talk about and demonstrate the proper ways of matting and framing a picture.
Christian Kongawi was in studio to talk about a fundraiser organized for Friday, Jan 26, at Lydia's. The goal is to raise $10,000 with all the proceeds going toward Kongawi's trip back home to help rebuild his old school and two others with additional money going towards text books, desks and other supplies. Kongawi, who was sent to live in Canada more than a decade ago to escape violence in that county, leaves for the Congo in March. He will be accompanied by local teachers from the Congo and volunteers from Belgium and other parts of Europe. He has plans on filming a mini-documentary while he is there, so he can show people what the money is going towards. The Congolese war is the most violent war since the Second World War, with an estimated five million people killed.
What you may have missed Wednesday on CTV Morning Live
University of Saskatchewan vice-president Richard Florizone was in studio to talk about the university's College Quarter program.
Catherine Gryba, business and strategic planning manager of the City of Saskatoon, joined us to talk about the city's 10-year strategic plan that was released Tuesday afternoon.
Desiree Tirk of READ Saskatoon talked about Family Literacy Day is on Jan. 27, what families can do to be involved and about READ Saskatoon's Journey to Learning Passport.
Veronica Jubinville explored the outdoors on snowshoes with the help of Janice Fagnou from Outter Limits.
And, CTV Morning Live's Chris Carr indulged his sweet tooth with the help of Claude Hardenne of Harden & Huyse chocolatiers.
What you may have missed Tuesday on CTV Morning Live
CTV Morning Live's Gadget Girl, Emily Baron Cadloff, told us about instructional iPad apps that help teach kids to read and write.
Dallyn Guenther of Caffé Sola was in to talk about the factors affecting a great cup of coffee and brew "the best morning cup" with home espresso makes makers.
Jamie Angus of Uniglobe Carefree Travel joined us in studio for our weekly Travel Tuesday segment to talk about booking your holiday with a travel agent compared to online bookings.
What you may have missed Monday on CTV Morning Live
Kelly Bertoncini from Tourism Saskatoon joined us to talk about the buzz being generated by a video made by Robert Reid, an editor with the popular travel guide Lonely Planet, that declares Saskatoon as "the most tunefully suggestive city in the world."
Karen Craven of Craven Sports Services joined us to demonstrate some simple, at-home exercises that can help to improve your fitness level.
City of Saskatoon Mayor Don Atchison was in studio to talk about plans by the University of Saskatchewan to further development of its College Quarter parcel located along College Drive between Preston and Cumberland avenues.
Dietitian Theo Phillips of Food to Fit was in studio to talk about appetite suppressants and natural options to helping control your appetite.