What you may have missed Friday on CTV Morning Live Saskatoon

Mike Gustus from the Gustus Group of Re/Max will talk about the challenges seniors face in making the move from their single-family home to a seniors home, or condo.

Saskatchewan country singer Amy Nelson was in to perform her first single All I Want for Christmas is You. THe song is available for free download on her website.

CTV Morning Live's Tara Yolan was at the Travelodge hotel for the Little Antler Breakfast to benefit the Saskatoon Food Bank and Learning Centre. http://www.saskatoonfoodbank.org/

Saskatoon Wakeride 20011 organizer Gregg Bamford and Michael Linklater of Dream Brokers joined co-anchor Veronica Jubinville in the studio to announce that $5,000 from the proceeds from last summer's Wakeride event will be donated to Dream Brokers, a program that connects inner-city children and youth to sports, culture and recreation activities.

What you may have missed Thursday on CTV Morning Live Saskatoon

We talked with Dianne Boyko about the 37th annual Sundog Arts & Entertainment Faire that runs Friday to Sunday at Credit Union Centre.

Our Mike Ciona, Veronica Jubinville and Chris Carr learned how to pinch perogies from the experts at the local chapter of the Ukrainian Women's Association of Canada.

Children's book illustrator Jennifer Sara Harrington from Polyglot Publishing will talk about the release of a three-book children's Christmas series plus a musical CD entitled A Moose in a Maple Tree.

Dr. Ahmed Shoker joined us to talk about how the local Egyptian community is reacting to Egypt's recent election.

Carolyn Schwab from Changes Salon & Spa was in to rid CTV's Mike Ciona and PatMcKay of their Movember moustaches.

CTV Morning Live's Tara Yolan learned about the Kindermusik program with Kari and Friends and tracked down Santa Claus at Midtown Plaza.

What you may have missed on Wednesday's CTV Morning Live

Declan McAuley of the Saskatoon SPCA brought in Shortbread the cat and talked about how people can help by fostering an SPCA animal.

Children's entertainer Sylvia Chave was in studio with a bunch of her young fans for an acoustic performance of The Cookie Cutter song.

Aarya Shahsavar from the University of Saskatchewan space design team talked about the challenge competition to build a small-scale communications satellite that could literally be launched from your backyard.

CTV Morning Live's Tara Yolan learned about The Social Good program that is supporting the Saskatoon YWCA.

University of Regina President Viane Timmins is on a recruiting tour of Saskatchewan and stopped in to talk about the university's centennial year for U of R and university's First Nations education.

What you may have missed on Tuesday's CTV Morning Live

G.J. Feraro and Megan Macdonald from Sushiro showed us how to prepare, roll and cut two types of sushi rolls and sashimi.

We talked with Prince Albert Mayor Jim Scarrow about issues facing the City of Prince Albert.

We will have an interview Alexis Kienlen, a writer- poet, who will talk about her new book titled 13, which examines beauty and darkness in the workings of a bee hive, board games, childhood depression, the personal lives of monsters and a failed romantic relationship in a beautiful Canadian city.

Jamie Angus from Uniglobe Carefree Travel will be in studio to talk about family vacations, including the ever-popular Disneyland

And CTV Morning Live's Tara Yolan was on location at Harold Latrace Arena for Cameco's Dream & Believe Hockey Camp with former NHLer Rich Pilon.

What you may have missed on Monday's CTV Morning Live Saskatoon

Sharla Folk joined us in studio to talk about the trip funded by the Chris Knox Foundation that took people to Sunday's Grey Cup in Vancouver.

Tara McKeown from Affinity Credit Union joined us on Money Monday to talk about how families can save on common expenses ahead of the Christmas season.

Co-anchor Veronica Jubinville (right) had an interview with Canadian pop singer Anjulie on Monday's show.

Saskatoon Mayor Don Atchison was in studio to talk about the City of Saskatoon's preliminary budget and issues with the province's privacy commissioner.

Kristine Divall of the Yoga for Youth program were in to talk about the program that is operating in a number of elementary and high schools in Saskatoon with 10 teachers sharing the benefits of yoga with kids.