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THE PROVINCE HAVE BEEN AFFECTED BY THE SPIKE IN INSURANCE RATES >> WHAT CAN MAKE THESE DEDUCTIBLES GO 500% UP? I MEAN, IT’S UNJUSTIFIABLE >> Reporter: HIS BUILDING’S DEDUCTIBLE IS NOW $150,000 EXPERTS WARN IT WILL ONLY CONTINUE TO RISE >> THAT’S GOING TO COME POUND EVERY MONTH AS MORE AND MORE BUILDINGS AND PROPERTIES RENEW THEIR POLICIES AT THE OUTSET, IT’S A PRETTY GOOD CHANCE THAT THIS IS GOING TO AFFECT PROBABLY 8 TO 10,000 STRATA CORPORATIONS ACROSS THE PROVINCE, IF NOT MORE >> Reporter: A STATEMENT SAID THE GOVERNMENT CONTINUES TO ENGAGE WITH A PRIVACY INSURANCE INDUSTRY TO DETERMINE HOW, IN THE FACE OF CLIMATE CHALLENGE, BRITISH COLUMBIANS CAN CONTINUE TO ACCESS AFFORDABLE INSURANCE COVERAGE IT’S A NATIONWIDE ISSUE, BUT — >> WELLFY WE COMPARE IT TO OTHER PROVINCES AND OTHER JURISDICTIONS, B.C. IS BY FAR GETTING THE WORST OF IT >> Reporter: CURRENTLY THERE IS NO LIMIT TO HOW HIGH A DEDUCTIBLE CAN GO >> THERE IS HUNDREDS OF PIECES OF LEGISLATION THAT THE INSURANCE INDUSTRY IS SUBJECT TO IN EACH PROVINCE SOME IS PROVINCIAL LEGISLATION, SOME IS FEDERAL LEGISLATION BUT CERTAINLY DEDUCTIBLE AMOUNTS, IT’S NOT LEGISLATED FOR A MAXIMUM AMOUNT THAT I’M AWARE OF >> Reporter: A LACK OF INSURANCE COMPANIES IS BEING BLAMED FOR THE HIKES PROPERTY COSTS AND INSURANCE CLAIMS HAVE ALSO PLAYED A ROLE MEANWHILE, OWNERS SAY ALL THEY CAN DO IS IS HOPE THEY GET COVERAGE BEFORE IT’S TOO LATE >> I’M CONSTANTLY THINKING ABOUT IT, AND IT’S STRESSFUL IT IS REALLY STRESSFUL >> Reporter: CBC NEWS, VANCOUVER >> Anita: WELL, A COMPLETE SKY TRAIN SHUT DOWN WAS NARROWLY AVERTED THIS MORNING, COMING AS A RELIEF TO COMMUTERS >> I WASN’T SURE WHAT I WAS GOING TO DO I WAS GOING TO DO CAR, BUT I WOKE UP AND SAW IT WAS STILL RUNNING, SO I’M HAPPY ABOUT THAT >> TALK ABOUT THIS BEING WAY, WAY BEFORE THEY COME TO THIS POINT I MEAN, WHEN THEY COME TO ALL THIS, IT’S NOT FAIR >> IT SAVES ME ABOUT AN HOUR OF A COMMUTE, SO I’M SUPER HAPPY >> Anita: THE TENTATIVE DEAL BETWEEN THE WORKERS UNION AND THE EMPLOYER WAS REACHED THIS MORNING WITH ONLY MINUTES TO SPARE BEFORE THE DEADLINE EXPO AND MILLENNIUM LINES SAW AN HOUR DELAY WHILE WORKERS GOT THE SYSTEM BOOTED UP >> THIS IS A VERY GOOD OUTCOME FOR OUR CUSTOMERS, A GOOD OUTCOME FOR THIS REGION, AND, OF COURSE, THIS IS A VERY GOOD OUTCOME FOR B.C. RTC EMPLOYEES >> FEELING GOOD, BUT FEELING TIRED >> Reporter: THE EXPO AND MILLENNIUM LINES LINK THE CITY OFFENSE VANCOUVER, BURNABY, NEW WESTMINSTER, SURREY, PORT MOODY, AND COQUITLAM CUPE’S 7,000 MEMBERS VOITED 96.8% IN FAVOUR OF JOB ACTION THE WORKERS’ CONTRACTS EXPIRED AT THE END OF AUGUST >> Mike: AND WE’RE LEARNING MORE ABOUT WHY AN ELDERLY MAN IN A SCOOTER PLUNGED DOWN A SKY TRAIN ELEVATOR SHAFT LAST NIGHT POLICE SAY WITNESSES SAW THE MAN USE HIS SCOOTER TO RAM THE THE CLOSED ELEVATOR DOORS AT YALETOWN STATION TRANS LINK POLICE THINK THE RAMMING WAS INTENTIONAL, BUT THE INCIDENT MANAGED TO OPEN THE DOORS THAT’S WHEN THE MAN FELL 900 METRES ON TO THE ELEVATOR BELOW TECHNICIANS ARE INVESTIGATING WHY THE DOORS OPENEDED THE MAN ESCAPED WITH BUMPS AND BRUISES >> Anita: THERE IS A PLAN TONIGHT TO TRY TO REMOVE DOZENS OF ILLEGAL CAMPERS FROM A PARK ON VANCOUVER’S DOWNTOWN EAST SIDE >> Mike: THE PARK BOARD IS CHANGING COURSE, SAYING IT WILL NOW SEEKEN AN INJUNCTION AS A FIRST STEP OF GETTING PEOPLE OUT OF OPPENHEIMER PARK >> Anita: LIEN YEUNG JOINS US LIVE WITH MORE FIRST, WHAT HAS THE PARK BOARD DECIDED TO DO >> Reporter: WELL, IT DECIDED TO HIRE AN OUTSIDE AGENCY TO ASSESS THE SITUATION AND MAKE RECOMMEND DAKSS ABOUT WHAT THEY SHOULD BE DOING WE’RE TALKING ABOUT A NONPROFIT GROUP, SOMEONE ALREADY WORKING IN THE DOWNTOWN EAST SIDE THE PARK BOARD MANAGE SAID THE CITY DOESN’T HAVE THE EXPERTISE TO DEAL WITH THE ISSUE >> THE ROLE OF THE CITY, THE HOUSING ADVOCATES AND PEOPLE IN COMMUNITY SERVICES, IS WORKING WITH INDIVIDUALS ON HOUSING SOLUTIONS THIS IS NOW A COMMUNITY THIS HAS BECOME A COLLECTIVE DYNAMIC THAT IS UNIQUE AND REQUIRES KIND OF A COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT ENGAGEMENT APPROACH COLLECTIVELY WITH THE GROUP >> Reporter: THE THIRD PARTY WILL BE ASKED TO LOOK AT ISSUES OF SAFETY, SHELTER, RECONCILIATION, AND CAMPER ENGAGEMENT RIGHT NOW, THERE ARE 30 TO 35 PEOPLE SLEEPING THERE OVERNIGHT REGULARLY THE PARK BOARD ALSO PLANS TO REVISE BYLAWS, SO THAT IT BECOMES LEGAL FOR PEOPLE TO CAMP OVERNIGHT IN PARKS WHEN THEY HAVE NO OTHER CHOICE ONCE THOSE CONDITIONS ARE MET, THEN THEY’LL BE ABLE TO SEEK AN INJUNCTION FROM THE COURTS, AND THAT WILL FORCE PEOPLE TO MOVE

OUT OF THE PARK IT’S QUITE THE CHANGE OF HEART JUST ABOUT TWO MONTHS AGO, THEY FACED PRESSURE FROM THE CITY, POLICE, AND FIRE DEPARTMENTS TO DO THAT, AND THEY REFUSED >> Anita: QUITE THE CHANGE OF HEART INDEED, AND THIS HAS BEEN HAPPENING FOR QUITE SOME TIME, SO WHY NOW? >> THE PARK BOARD CHAIR SAID BECAUSE IT’S GETTING COLDER THEY’RE CONCERNED PEOPLE MAY BE BRINGING IN HEATING DEVICES CHSHGS CREATES MORE HAZARDS, SO THEY’RE TAKING ADDITIONAL STEPS BUT THE GOAL IS VOLUNTARY DECAMPMENT AS FOR THE TIME LINE, THE BOARD SAYS THEY’RE HOPING BEFORE NEXT SPRIK THEY’RE EXPECTED TO ANNOUNCE THE THIRD PARTY GROUP BEFORE THE END OF THE MONTH MIKE, ANITA >> Anita: THANK YOU VERY MUCH, LIEN YEUNG >> Mike: A COALITION OF INDIGENOUS LEADERSHIP AND ENVIRONMENTAL ADVOCATES IS DEMANDING THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT RELEASE AN UPDATED COST ESTIMATE FOR THE TRANS MOUNTAIN PIPELINE EXPANSION >> THE REFUSAL OF THE GOVERNMENT TO TALK ABOUT WHERE THIS $500 MILLION NUMBER CAME FROM, I THINK THOSE HAVE ALL BUILT TOWARDS THE MOMENTUM OF ANSWERING THIS QUESTION, BUT THE QUESTION HAS BEEN THERE FOR A LONG TIME >> Mike: THE COALITION INCLUDES THE UNION OF B.C. INDIAN CHIEFS, WEST COAST ENVIRONMENTAL LAW, STAND EARTH, AND THE IS THE CITIZEN’S GROUP DOG WOOD THE GROUP IS IS SAYING SINCE CANADIANS BECAME THE OWNERS OF TRANS MOUNTAIN, IT’S HARDER TO GET UP TO DATE FINANCIAL INFORMATION ABOUT THE PROJECT >> NOTHING HAS CHANGED IN TERMS OF THE REASONS TO OPPOSE THIS PROJECT, AND THE FINANCIAL VIABILITY CONTINUES TO UNRAVEL >> Mike: ACCORDING TO THE COALITION, THE LAST ESTIMATE PLACED THE COST BETWEEN $7.4 BILLION AND 9.3 BILLION TO TWIN THE EXISTING LINE IN AN E-MAILED STATEMENT, THE CROWN CORPORATION SPOKESPERSON SAID TRANS MOUNTAIN CAN’T PREDICT WHEN IT WILL HAVE AN UPDATED COST ESTIMATE FOR CONSTRUCTION >> Anita: VANCOUVER POLICE ARE LOOKING INTO MULTIPLE SHOPLIFTING INCIDENTS THIS HOLIDAY SEASON, AND USING IT AS A REMINDER FOR SHOPPERS AND RETAIL WORKERS TO STAY SAFE >> IT WAS AN ISSUE WHEN WE’RE TRYING TO DEAL WITH WE WANT THE PUBLIC TO BE AWARE THAT SHOPLIFTING IS HAPPENING IN OUR CITY, ESPECIALLY OVER THE HOLIDAY SEASON WE WANT PEOPLE TO BE AWARE IF THEY NOTICE ANYBODY’S CRIMINAL BEHAVIOR HAPPENING TO CALL 911, IF PEOPLE WILL BEING VIOLATE TO CALL 911 OUR LOSS PREVENTION OFFICERS TO A GREAT JOB IN OUR CITY AND WE DON’T WANT THEM GETTING HURT WE WANT THEM TO BE AWARE THIEVES ARE OUT THERE AND THEY CAN BE VIOLENT >> Anita: ON DECEMBER 6TH, POLICE ARRESTED A 20 YEAR OLD MAN FOR STEALINGLCOHOL AND PULLING A KNIFE WHEN CONFRONTED, AND ON DECEMBER 8TH, A MAN AND WOMAN WERE TAKEN INTO CUSTODY FOR STEALING AND USING BEAR MACE TO THREATEN LOSS PREVENTION OFFICERS >> Mike: AND THE BUSY HOLIDAY SEASON IS ALMOST HERE, AND THIS IS THE FIRST TIME CANADIAN TRAVELERS WILL BE ARMED WITH NEW PASSENGER RIGHTS >> Anita: BUT AS JACK LYNN TELLS US, THEY’RE ALREADY CONCERNS THE AIRLINES WILL FIND LOOPHOLES >> Reporter: THE COUNT DOWN IS ON TO THE NEXT WAVE OF AIRLINE PASSENGER RIGHTS, ESPECIALLY AT CANADA’S BUSIEST AIRPORT >> IT’S GREAT THE IDEA OF GETTING COMPENSATED HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS FOR MY DELAY MY TIME IS WORTH THAT I LIKE IT >> Reporter: UNDER THE NEW RULES, IF PASSENGERS ARE DELAYED FOR MORE THAN THREE HOURS, MAJOR AIRLINES, SUCH AS AIR CANADA AND WEST JET WILL BE ON THE HOOK BETWEEN 400 AND $1,000, BUT THERE ARE EXCEPTIONS AIRLINES WON’T HAVE TO PAY IF A DELAY OR CANCELLATION IS DUE TO WEATHER OR IF AN AIRCRAFT HAS UNPLANNED MECHANICAL MAINTENANCE WHILE MOST TRAVELERS, NO DOUBT, PREFER SAFETY OVER SPEED, SOME ARE CONCERNED AIRLINES WON’T ADMIT WHEN A DISRUPTION IS THEIR FAULT >> I THINK WE’LL SEE A LOT MORE MECHANICAL PROBLEMS VERSUS WHAT WE HAVE SEEN BEFORE >> Reporter: AND THE CANADIAN RULES FALL SHORT OF THOSE IN THE EUROPEAN UNION, WHERE MOST DELAYS DUE TO MECHANICAL ISSUES ARE COVERED >> WE THINK THAT’S A LOOPHOLE THE CARRIES MIGHT TAKE ADVANTAGE OF >> Reporter: THE CANADIAN AUTOMOBILE ASSOCIATION HELPED CONSULT ON THE NEW RULES ON BEHALF OF TRAVELERS >> WE GIVE THE POJ ABOUT A 7 OUT OF 10 WE THINK IT HAS GOOD STUFF IN IT, BUT IT’S FAR FROM PERFECT >> Reporter: THE NATIONAL AIRLINES COUNCIL OF CANADA WARNS THE NEW RULES WILL INCREASE COSTS FOR AIRLINES AND WILL PUSH FARES HIGHER FOR CONSUMERS SMALLER CARRIERS, SUCH AS SUNWING, PORTER, AND FLARE WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR SMALLER PAY OUTS, BETWEEN 125 AND # $500 >> THE COMPENSATION SHOULD NEVER EXCEED THE PRICE OF THE TICKET >> Reporter: THE GROUP THAT REPRESENTS THEM SAYS THAT’S TOO MUCH >> IT HAS TO BE A COMPENSATION, NOT A WIND FALL FOR THE PASSENGERS BECAUSE YOU’RE JUST FRAGILIZING THE AIRLINES IF YOU’RE BEING RIDICULOUS IN TERMS OF LEVELS OF COMPENSATION BEING PAID OUT >> Reporter: BUT CRITICS SAY IT’S A COST OF DOING BUSINESS >> THE THE CARRIERS HAVE ALWAYS SAID THAT THEY HAVE HAD HAD

THEIR OWN INTERNAL POLICIES AND THEY DO COMPENSATE PEOPLE UNDER SOME CIRCUMSTANCES IF THAT’S TRUE, THEY SHOULDN’T BE PAYING OUT MORE NOW THAN THEY WERE BEFORE >> Reporter: IF AIRLINES BREAK THE NEW RULES, THE FINES WILL BE MUCH HIGHER THAN ANY PASSENGER PAY OUT $25,000 PER VIOLATION, AND THE CANADIAN TRANSPORTATION AGENCY SAYS IT WILL BE TRACKING FLIGHTS TO MAKE SURE THAT TRAVELERS WHO FILE FOR COMPENSATION AND DESERVE IT GET PAID CBC NEWS, TORONTO >> Mike: A LOT OF PEOPLE SAYING IT’S LONG OVERDUE YOUR WORST DELAY? >> Anita: I’VE HAD A LOT OF BAD DELAYS ONE, I WAS STUCK IN CHICAGO O’HARE, STUCK THERE FOR 24 HOURS, AND MY TRIP WAS ONLY SUPPOSED TO BE THREE NIGHTS LONG, SO I WAS THERE FOR A NIGHT AND A HALF >> Mike: WEATHER OR MECHANICAL? >> THE WHOLE AIRPORT WAS SHUT DOWN WEATHER >> Mike: RIGHT SOSHG IN THAT CASISH THIS — >> Angelina: COMPLETELY >> Mike: A COUPLE OF NOTES ON THIS, THE ONUS IS ON THE PASSENGER TO MAKE THE CLAIM, IF YOU FEEL YOU HAVE HAD TOO LONG A DELAY AND ALSO AS OF SUNDAY, THE AIRLINES WILL BE REQUIRED TO SEAT CHILDREN NEAR THEIR PARENTS OR GUARDIAN >> Mike: YES, IF THE CHILD IS UNDER FIVE YEARS OLD, THEY HAVE TO BE IN AN ADJACENT SEAT, IF THEY’RE BETWEEN 5 AND 11, THEY HAVE TO BE IN THE SAME ROW, NO MORE THAN A SEAT APART, AND IF THEY’RE 12 OR 13, THEY HAVE TO BE WITHIN TWO ROWS OF THEIR PARENT OR GUARDIAN UNTIL NOW, AIRLINES HAD HAD THEIR OWN POLICIES, BUT WERE UNDER NO OBLIGATION TO FOLLOW THEM, PROMPTING SOME FAMILIES TO PAY EXTRA TO MAKE SURE THEY WERE SEATED WITH THEIR CHILDREN [♪♪♪] >> Mike: COLIN KENNY BACK WITH US AGAIN TONIGHT WITH A FIRST LOOK AT THE FORECAST >> THANK YOU, MIKE BOY, WE’RE INTO IT A SERIES OF SYSTEMS MOVING THROUGH, ANDHAVING AN IMPACT ON US THROUGH MOST OF THE WEEK DOESN’T MEAN ALL THE TIME, BUT STILL, QUITE A BIT OF PRECIPITATION LIGHT SO FAR, BUT WE’LL SEE THE INTENSITY INCREASING SO ONE SYSTEM AFTER ANOTHER, PRIMARILY SHOWERS, BUT WE WILL GET INTO MORE SIGNIFICANT RAINFALL, AND THAT COMES IN, MORE LIKE DRIZZLE THROUGH THE OVERNIGHT TONIGHT AND EARLY TOMORROW, IF WE SEE ANYTHING, PUT LATER IN THE DAY ON WED, WE’RE LOOKING AT 10 TO 20, MAYBE EVEN 25 MILLIMETRES OF RAIN BY THE TIME WE GET INTO THURSDAY, AND THEN ANOTHER SYSTEM BEYOND THAT THE TEMPERATURE TREND, IN GENERAL, IS ON THE MILD SIDE, ALTHOUGH I THINK YOU TEND TO NOTICE IT MORE WITH THE OVERNIGHT LOWS THAN THE DAYTIME HIGHS BECAUSE THEY’RE ONLY RUNNING A DEGREE OR TWO ABOVE SEASONAL IN TERMS OF THIS SYSTEM THAT’S HAVING THE IMPACT OVER THE NEXT 24 HOURS, ANOTHER ONE TO COME, BUT AS YOU SEE KIND OF EARLY, THIS IS 6 A.M. ON WEDNESDAY, CLOUD COVER, YES, SOME DRIZZLE IN THERE, CERTAINLY THAT RISK INTO THE AFTERNOON HOURS, WE GET MORE INTO A SOAKING RAIN AS WE GO TOWARDS THE OVERNIGHT SO THAT’S JUST THE NEXT ONE THERE IS YET ANOTHER ONE AFTER THAT, WHICH I’M GOING TO TALK ABOUT COMING UP, BUT YOUR FORECAST FOR OVERNIGHT TONIGHT, BELOW JUST 5°, 6° TOMORROW MORNING, COULD BE PATCHY FOG, SO A FEW AREAS WITH REDUCED VISIBILITY, BUT AS THE WINDS PICK UP, THAT WILL IMPROVE THAT, AND 8° AS WE GO INTO THE AFTERNOON HOURS WE’LL TALK ABOUT THE NEXT ONE TO COME IN A LITTLE BIT >> Mike: THANKS >> Anita: AND A REMINDER, YOU CAN WATCH THE NEWS CAST LIVE ON CBC GEM >> Mike: AND CBC VANCOUVER IS ON FACEBOOK, YOUTUBE, AND INSTAGRAM IT IS BEING CALLED A WIN/WIN/WIN A NEW FREE TRADE DEAL IS REACHED BETWEEN CANADA, THE U.S., AND MEXICO COMING UP, HOW THE THREE COUNTRIES SUDDENLY ENDED UP ON THE SAME PAGE [♪♪♪] >> Anita: THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR STICKING WITH US THROUGH THIS BREAK YOUR EXCLUSIVE CONTENT TONIGHT, CAN YOU DO THE SHRIMP SQUAT? HAVE YOU TRIED? >> Mike: I DON’T THINK SO >> IT’S THE LATEST FITNESS TREND ON SOCIAL MEDIA WE’LL MAKE YOU DO IT AFTER IT WAS STARTED BY AN ONTARIO WOMAN >> Mike: IT WAS, HER NAME IS MELISSA, AND HER MOVE HAS GONE VIRAL, INSPIRING THOUSANDS TO TRY IT AND MAKING FOR SOME RATHER HILARIOUS MOMENTS SHE SPOKE TO CBC’S ALLEY ABOUT HER NEWFOUND FAME >> GO TO TIKTOK OR ANY SOCIAL MEDIA PLATFORM AND TYPE IN HASH TAG FITNESS CHALLENGE YUP THAT’S HER THE TOP TRENDING VIDEO AND, BOOM, SHE’S GONE VIRAL HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS OF LIKES, 6 POINT SOMETHING MILLION VIEWS AND COUNTING I AM ABOUT TO MEET THIS MISSISSAUGA FITNESS MAVEN TO TRY THE SQUAT OUT MYSELF >> ALL I DO, GO DOWN INTO A HALF KNEELING POSITION, GRAB YOUR BACK FOOT WITH BOTH HANDS >> OKAY I’M WITH YOU THIS FAR >> AND THEN ALL YOU DO IS LEAN FORWARD, DRIVE THROUGH THE HEEL OF YOUR FOOT, AND THEN YOU JUST STAND UP >> OKAY

YOU MAKE IT LOOK SO EASY OKAY ONE, TWO, THREE OKAY ONE, TWO, THREE AND I’M STUCK AND THEN ONE, TWO, THREE >> THERE IS A COUPLE THINGS WE CAN DO IF YOU CAN’T QUITE GET IT >> OKAY >> FIRST THING YOU CAN DO IS TAKE ONE HAND AWAY, IT ACTS AS A COUNTER BALANCE, HELPS YOU GET UP YOU’RE GOING TO PUT THIS UNDERNEATH YOUR KNEE, AND NOW YOU HAVE LESS DISTANCE TO TRAVEL THAT MAKES IT EASIER >> THAT’S A GOOD OPTION FOR PEOPLE WHO WANT TO WORK THEIR WAY UP >> EXACTLY >> OKAY LIKE ME, ON T.V WOW OKAY OKAY ARMS BACK I’M GOING TO USE THIS LITTLE CHEAT HERE >> THERE YOU GO >> ONE, TWO, THREE THERE YOU GO THERE YOU HAVE IT, PRACTICE THAT FOR A LITTLE BIT, GET CLOSER TO THE FLOOR, AND YOU’LL GET IT >> COOL? >> IT TOOK A MINUTE TO FILM AND POST AND I DIDN’T THINK TOO MUCH OF IT AND, YEAH, IT TOOK OFF BECAUSE PEOPLE LOVED IT, YOU GUESS I HAD A MILLION VIEWS BEFORE THE END OF THE DAY THAT DAY THE COMMENTS ARE HILARIOUS, I WISH I COULD READ THEM ALL, THERE IS TOO MANY, BUT THEY’RE SO FUNNY AND I THINK IT’S SO CUTE WATCHING EVERYONE’S ATTEMPTS, ESPECIALLY, LIKE, THE YOUNGER GENERATION, BECAUSE PART OF WHAT I DO IS WORK WITH YOUTH ATHLETES AND I THINK IT’S SO IMPORTANT TO DEVELOP A HEALTHY RELATIONSHIP WITH FITNESS AT A YOUNG AGE SO I THINK MAKING FITNESS FUN IS IS REALLY IMPORTANT AND THESE KIND OF CHALLENGES ARE A GREAT WAY TO DO THAT YEAH, I GOT A FEW INSTAGRAM D MCHLS, THIS WAS SO HARD, I COULDN’T GET IT AT FIRST, THEY KEPT TRYING AND FINALLY GOT IT THAT’S SUPER REWARDING I’M ALWAYS TRYING TO LEARN MU SKILLS AND WHEN YOU FINALLY GET IT, IT’S THE BEST FEELING >> Anita: AS SHN WHO IS INTO FITNESS, I’LL REALLY EXCITED TO TRY THIS I TRIED IT AT WORK, THE FLOOR WAS TOO HARD, HURT MY KNEE >> Mike: WE’LL EXPECT A FULL YUMENT TOMORROW >> Anita: YOU’RE NOT EVEN GOING TO TRY IT WE’LL BE BACK IN A MOMENT [♪♪♪] >> Anita: AFTER YEARS OF NEGOTIATIONS, ELECTIONS, AND ALL KINDS OF POLITICAL DRAMA BETWEEN CANADA, THE U.S., AND MEXICO, ALL THREE COUNTRIES HAVE SIGNED A REVISED NEW FREE TRADE DEAL >> Mike: IT IS SOMETHING CANADA IS CALLING A WIN/WIN/WIN, AND THE U.S. IS DESCRIBING AS NOTHING SHORT OF A MIRACLE KATIE SIMPSON EXPLAINED WHAT HAPPENED TO SUDDENLY GET EVERYONE ON THE SAME PAGE >> Reporter: THERE HAD BEEN GREAT DOUBT THIS MOMENT WOULD EVER HAPPEN, THAT AN AGREEMENT WAS POSSIBLE, AFTER CLOSED DOOR SHOUTING MATCHES, NAME CALLING, BROKEN DEADLINES, ANDANDERED GOODWILL, BUT THEY MADE IT >> THIS HAS BEEN A LONG ARRESTEDOUS, AND AT TIMES FRAUGHT NEGOTIATION WE MADE IT TO THE FINISH LINE BECAUSE WE LEARNED HOW TO WORK TOGETHER >> IT’S NOTHING SHORT OF A MIRACLE THAT WE HAVE ALL COME TOGETHER I THINK THAT’S A TESTAMENT TO HOW GOOD THE AGREEMENT IS >> Reporter: TRUMP’S TOP MAN ON TRADE HAD TO FIND CONSENSUS BOTH AT HOME AND ABROAD ROBERT LIGHTHIZER ACCEPTED DEMANDED FROM THE DEMOCRATS, IN EXCHANGE TO PASS NAFTA THROUGH CONGRESS VENLG IN TERMS OF OUR WORK HERE, IT WAS INITIALLY BETTER THAN WHAT WAS INITIALLY PROPOSE BID THE ADMINISTRATION >> Reporter: NANCY PELOSI ASKED FOR A CHANGE TO MAKE IT EASIER TO LOWER PRESCRIPTION DRUG PRICES AND DEMANDED NEW WAYS TO MONITOR WORKING CONDITIONS IN MEXICO TO MAKE SURE LABOUR AND ENVIRONMENTAL STANDARDS ARE BEING MET IDEAS CANADA SAYS IT HAD BEEN PUSHING FOR FROM THE START >> IT IS WITH GREAT SATISFACTION THAT I SEE QUITE A WILL THE OF THOSE POSITIONS ACTUALLY BEING PART OF THE AMENDED AGREEMENT THAT WE ALL SIGNED TODAY >> Reporter: IT WAS MORE THAN JUST PROGRESSIVE IDEAS THAT LED TO THIS BREAKTHROUGH MEXICO ACCEPTED DEEP CONCESSIONS, SO MUCH SO THE AMERICANS TRIED TO EASE THEIR PAIN BY AWKWARDLY GUSHING OVER THE MEXICAN PRESIDENT >> I AM SO PROUD TO BE HERE AND HONOURED TO BE HERE WITH THE PRESIDENT OF MEXICO, WHO — WHO IS THIS HISTORIC FIGURE AND I WANT TO GIVE MY BEST WISHES, AGAIN, FROM THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES WHO IS A TRULY HISTORIC FIGURE ALSO >> Mike: CBC’S KATIE SIMPSON REPORTING FROM MEXICO CITY >> Anita: THE RATIFICATION FOR THE NAFTA DEAL IS BOUND TO BE A SLOW ONE, BECAUSE IT’S SAFE TO SAY THE DEAL IS IS LOW ON THE PRIORITY LIST OF THE U.S CONGRESS >> Mike: THAT’S BECAUSE THE IMPEACHMENT PROCEEDINGS AGAINST THE PRESIDENT CONTINUE TO BE FRONT AND CENTER IN WASHINGTON DC TODAY, THE DEMOCRATIC LEADERSHIP UNVEILED TWO ARGUMENTS AGAINST TRUMP, ABUSE OF POWER AND OBSTRUCTION OF CONGRESS >> Reporter: STRAIGHT UP AND SOMBER, THE DEMOCRATS MOVE TO IMPEACH THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES >> THE PRESIDENT’S CONTINUING ABUSE OF HIS POWER HAS LEFT US NO CHOICE

>> Reporter: ADAM SHIFT, WHO TRUMP CALLS SHIFTY SHIFT TURNED THE TABLES >> WHY DON’T YOU JUST LET HIM CHEAT IN ONE MORE ELECTION WHY NOT LET HIM CHEAT JUST ONE MORE TIME >> Reporter: TRUMP FACES IMPEACHMENT ON TWO CHARGES, ABUSE OF POWER AND OBSTRUCTION OF CONGRESS BOTH RELATED TO HIS PRESSURING UKRAINE TO INVESTIGATE A POLITICAL RIVAL FOR HIS OWN PERSONAL GAIN TRUMP CALLED THE CHARGES WEAK AND POLITICAL MADNESS, BEFORE REPUBLICANS TOOK AIM >> YOU KNOW, BACK IN 2016, THE DEMOCRATS CALLED THOSE WHO SUPPORTED DONALD TRUMP DEPLORABLES AND NOW THEY ARE TRYING TO DISQUALIFY THEIR VOTES >> Reporter: FORMAL CHARGES SET IN MOTION A SERIES OF VOTES THIS WEEK AND NEXT, WHICH COULD MAKE DONALD TRUMP THE THIRD AMERICAN PRESIDENT TO BE IMPEACHED >> ALL OF US COMMENTS ON IT >> Reporter: BIZARRELY THE SECOND ONE POPPED UP TODAY, SUPPORTING A VOTE >> THE CONGRESS IS DOING WHAT THEY BELIEVE IS RIGHT THE AMERICAN PEOPLE WILL SEE, IS IT TRUE AND IS IS IT WHAT THEY SAY, AND IS IT — THEN WHAT SHOULD BE DONE WITH IT, IF IT’S TRUE MEANWHILE, THE REST OF US GO ABOUT OUR LIVES >> Reporter: STRANGE, HOW THESE TWO LEADERS COULD ENTER INTERSECT IN SUCH AN UNFLATTERING WAY STRANGER STILL THAT RUSSIA SENT ITS TOP DIPLOMAT TO WASHINGTON TODAY OF ALL DAYS TO MEET THE SECRETARY OF STATE PUBLICLY >> WE SPENT A FAIR AMOUNT OF TIME TALKING ABOUT UKRAINE >> Reporter: AND MEET PRIVATELY IN THE OVAL OFFICE TO MEET WITH TRUMP TONIGHT IN PENNSYLVANIA AT A RALLY, THE U.S. PRESIDENT STANDS CHARGED WITH IMPEACHMENT AND VERY DEFIANT >> President Donald Trump: TODAY, THE HOUSE DEMOCRATS ANNOUNCED THESE TWO FILMSY, PATHETIC, RIDICULOUS ARTICLES OF IMPEACHMENT >> Reporter: SO THE WHITE HOUSE STRATEGY, DENIGRATE THE IMPEACHMENT PROCESS, KEEP AN EYE ON THE BATTLEGROUND STATES AND PREPARE FOR BATTLE IN JANUARY >> Anita: CHINA’S FOREIGN MINISTRY SAID THE CASES OF DETAINED CANADIANS, MICHAEL KOVRIG AND MICHAEL SPAVOR HAVE BEEN TRANSFERRED TO AUTHORITIES FOR PROSECUTION THE TRUDEAU GOVERNMENT SAID IT’S DOING WHAT IT CAN TO FREE THEM >> IT HAS BEEN A YEAR OUR HEART GOES OUT TO THEM WE HAVE — IT’S OUR TOP PRIORITY I KNOW THAT MINISTERS HAVE BEEN WORKING HARD TO SECURE — SECURE THEIR RELEASE I KNOW THEY HAVE HAD CONSULAR ACCESS, BUT IT TROUBLES ME THAT THEY HAVEN’T HAD ANY ACCESS TO LEGAL COUNSEL >> Mike: THE TRANSFER MEANS THE TWO CANADIANS TO FACE TRIAL ON CHARGES RELATED TO NATIONAL SECURITY BOTH MEN WERE ARRESTED AND TAKEN INTO CUSTODY IN CHINA LAST DECEMBER CONSERVATIVES WANT A SPECIAL COMMITTEE HEARING TO REVIEW CANADA’S CURRENT ECONOMIC, LEGAL, AND DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS WITH CHINA >> Anita: IT’S WIDELY BELIEVED MICHAEL KOVRIG AND MICHAEL SPAVOR’S DETENTION IS LINKED TO CANADA’S ARREST FOR MENG WANZHOU, BUT MENG’S DEFENCE TEAM HAS SCORED A SIGNIFICANT VICTORY SHE HAS WON THE RIGHT TO ACCESS MORE DOCUMENTS REGARDING HER ARREST MENG’S DEFENCE SUGGESTS THEY’LL REVEAL POLICE CONSPIRED WITH THE FBI TO VIOLATE HER RIGHTS THE JUDGE WAS CLEAR THAT REMAINS TO BE SEEN, BUT THE CLAIMS ARE SERIOUS ENOUGH TO BE EXAMINED HER EXTRADITION HEARING BEGINNING IN JANUARY >> Mike: TO OTTAWA NOW, AND JUSTIN TRUDEAU LOOKING TO MEND TIES WITH THE WEST HE MET WITH ALBERTA PREMIER JASON KENNEY TODAY >> Anita: AND AS DAVID TELLS US, KENNEY TOOK THE MEETING AS AN OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE A NUMBER OF DEMANDS FROM THE PRIME MINISTER >> Reporter: THEY ARE POLITICAL RIVALS, POLITICAL OPPONENTS TRYING HARD TO WORK TOGETHER >> Rt. Hon. Justin Trudeau: WE TALKED ABOUT THE VERY REAL CHALLENGES FACING ALBERTANS, THROUGH NO FAULT OF THEIR OWN >> THE PAST COUPLE OF DAYS, TEAM ALBERTA, EIGHT MINISTERS AND 11 DEPUTY MINISTERS >> Reporter: KENNEY BROUGHT A BIG TEAM AND A BIG LIST OF DEMANDS, SOME THE PRIME MINISTER WON’T MEET, SOME HE MIGHT >> THE PRIME MINISTER WAS WILLING TO LISTEN TO OUR CASE AND INDICATE AN OPENNESS ON A NUMBER OF ISSUES >> Reporter: THAT OPENNESS HAS SOME LIMITS KENNEY WANTS TRUDEAU TO SCRAP LIBERAL ENVIRONMENTAL LAWS HE SAYS ARE CRIPPLING THE OIL PATCH THAT WON’T HAPPEN, BUT THEY COULD BE TWEAKED TO MAKE LIFE EASIER FOR THE ENERGY SECTOR >> HE’S INDICATED AN OPENNESS, AND WE APPRECIATE THAT >> THE PRIME MINISTER REITERATED THE GOVERNMENT’S OPNESS TO TALK ABOUT IMPLEMENTATION >> Reporter: TRUDEAU’S WESTERN ADVISOR SAID THERE WAS COMMON GROUND ON THOSE ENVIRONMENTAL LAWS AND ON FINISHING THE TMX PIPELINE EXPANSION >> IT WAS RESPECTFUL, INTELLIGENT, AND THERE WAS AN EXCHANGE AMONG LEADERS OF SUCH AN IMPORTANT PROVINCE AND THE GOVERNMENT OF CANADA >> Reporter: SO THE WORDS WERE NICE, WITH BOTH SIDES TURNING DOWN THE TEMPERATURE, BUT ONE SIDE KEEPING UP THE PRESSURE, AS KENNEY MADE IT CLEAR HE’S LOOKING FOR ACTION

>> THE NEXT FEW WEEKS WILL BE CRITICAL IN DETERMINING THE SERIOUSNESS OF THIS FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TO RESPOND TO THE DEEP AND LEGITIMATE CONCERNS IN WESTERN CANADA >> Reporter: THE NEXT TEST COMES WHEN CANADA’S FINANCE MINISTERS MEET HERE NEXT WEEK ON THE AGENDA IS ALBERTA’S REQUEST FOR OTTAWA TO FIND A WAY TO SUPPORT OIL PRODUCING PROVINCES FINANCIALLY THAT REQUEST HAS THE BACKING OF ALL OF THE PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENTS THEY JUST NEED THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TO SAY YES DAVID COCHRANE, CBC NEWS, OTTAWA >> Anita: TO NEW ZEALAND NOW, WHERE MORE DETAILS ARE EMERGING ABOUT WHAT HAPPENED ON WHITE AISLAND, AFTER A VOLCANO ERUPTED >> Mike: 25 PEOPLE ARE LISTED IN CRITICAL CONDITION THERE, THEIR INJURIES DESCRIBED AS HORRIFYING >> Reporter: STEAM AND SMIEK RISING INTO THE SKY ON WHITE ISLAND, ON THE GROUND, A BLANKET OF ASH COVERS THE LANDSCAPE, AS THE HELICOPTER TEAM SEARCH FOR SIGNS OF LIFE NEWY WEDS WERE TOURING THEIR VOLCANO BEFORE IT ERUPTED THEY SURVIVED >> TERRIFIEDED ANY EMOTION THEY COULD HAPPEN I HUNG UP AND QUICKLY CALLED HIM BACK AND GOT TO HEAR HIS VOICE, THAT HE WAS AT THE HOSPITAL, BUT HIS HANDS WERE SEVERELY BURNED HE REALLY COULDN’T USE THE PHONE >> Reporter: IN THE IMMEDIATE AFTER MATH OF THE ERUPTION, HELICOPTER PILOTS RUSHED BACK TO SAVE DOZENS OF PEOPLE NEW ZEALAND’S PRIME MINISTER PRAISED THEIR EFFORTS >> I WANT TO ACKNOWLEDGE THE COURAGE AND THEIR IMMEDIATE EFFORTS TO GET PEOPLE OFF THE ISLAND THOSE PILOTS MADE AN INCREDIBLY BRAVE DECISION UNDER EXTREMELY DANGEROUS CIRCUMSTANCES >> Reporter: EIGHT BOYS REMAINED ON THE ISLAND AUTHORITIES SAY ALL ARE NOW PRESUMED DEAD RECOVERY TEAMS CAN’T LAND UNTIL THE ISLAND IS IS DEEMED SAFE >> WE CANNOT PUT OTHER PEOPLE IN JEOPARDY TO GO OUT THERE UNTIL WE’RE ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN THE ISLAND IS ACTUALLY SAFE >> Reporter: SCIENTISTS MONITORING THE VOLCANO SAY TREMORS HAVE INCREASED SINCE THIS MORNING, AND ANOTHER ERUPTION IS A POSSIBILITY THE PRIME MINISTER SAID THE PRIORITY NOW IS THE SURVIVORS >> THEY’RE THE ABSOLUTE FOCUS AT THE MOMENT IT’S ENSURING WE HAVE THE VERY BEST CARE FOR THOSE WHO WERE INJURED AS A RESULT OF THE ERUPTION >> Reporter: THOSE KILLED OR ZUR THE ERUPTION CAME FROM EUROPE, THE U.S., CHINA, MALAYSIA, NEW ZEALAND, AND AUSTRALIA MOST WERE PASSENGERS ON THIS CRUISE SHIP, WHICH STAYED IN PORT DURING THE CHAOS, AND LEFT TODAY >> HARD TO FIND THE WORDS FOR IT, TO BE FAIR JUST WANTED TO SEND OUR LOVE AND OUR COMPASSION >> Reporter: AUTHORITIES SAY A CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION IS UNDERWAY, ALTHOUGH IT’S NOT CLEAR WHO IS TO BLAME, AS THE WORLD ASKS WHY TOURISTS WERE ALLOWED TO VISIT SUCH A DANGEROUS SITE CBC NEWS, NEW YORK >> Anita: A NEW NATIONAL SURVEY SHOWS ONE IN FIVE CANADIANS EXPERIENCE DISCRIMINATION IN CANADA SO WHERE DO VANCOUVER SKWIETS SIT?

SOME SAY THE CITY HAS A LONG WAY TO GO >> Mike: HERE ARE SOME OG THE STORIES WE’RE FOLLOWING TONIGHT ON CBC VANCOUVER NEWS >> WE HAVE SEEN YOUR COSTS, NENDINGEN THE AREA, DOUBLE IN SOME AREAS >> Anita: CONDO OWNERS ARE GRAPPLING WITH SPIKES IN INSURANCE COSTS DEDUCTIBLES ARE AS HIGH AS $100,000 OER MORE >> WE’RE OPTIMISTIC THIS IS A WAY FORWARD AND WE CAN WORK TOWARD A RESOLUTION TO THIS SITUATION >> Mike: A NEW PLAN TO REMOVE ILLEGAL CAMPERS FROM OPPENHEIMER PARK, INCLUDING USING AN OUTSIDE AGENCY TO HELP FIND SHELTER ALTERNATIVES >> SEEING IT TAKE OFF, FLY, LAND, AND DO IT SMOOTHLY WAS LIKE HAVING A FOURTH CHILD IT WAS THAT EXCITING >> Anita: A SHORT, BUT HISTORIC MOMENT THIS MORNING, AS VANCOUVER-BASED HARBOR AIR COMPLETED THE DEBUT TEST FLIGHT OF WHAT AIMS TO BE THE WORLD’S FIRST FULLY ELECTRIC AIRCRAFT >> Mike: A NEW NATIONAL SURVEY SHOW ONE IN FIVE CANADIANS EXPERIENCE DISCRIMINATION IN CANADA, BUT WHETHER YOU FEEL LIKE THAT WILL IMPROVE OVER TIME DEPENDS ON WHERE YOU ARE VOOUR HAS A WAY TO GFRJTS I’M NOT SURPRISED >> Reporter: THE RESULTS ILLUSTRATE WHAT SOME ALREADY KNOW THE SURVEY SHOWS BLASHG AND INDIGENOUS PEOPLE ARE MOST TARGETED BY RACISM IN CANADA EXPERIENCES THAT SHAPE THE WAY SOME SEE THEIR COUNTRY AND THEMSELVES >> MY DAUGHTER, AND THE MOST CRINGE WORTHY THING I REMEMBER WAS WHEN SHE CAME HOME AND PAINTED HER HAIR YELLOW, BECAUSE SHE THOUGHT, AND BY THEN HAD DECIDED THAT IF YOU’RE NOT CAUCASIAN, YOU’RE NOT BEAUTIFUL >> Reporter: THE SURVEY OF MORE THAN 3,000 PEOPLE EXAMINES ATTITUDES, PERCEPTIONS, AND EXPERIENCES CANADIANS HAVE WHEN IT COMES TO RACE IN K BE, ALMOST 75% OF RESPONDENTS BELIEVE RACE RELATIONS ARE BETTER HERE THAN IN THE U.S CANADIANS ARE ALSO GENERALLY OPTIMISTIC THAT PROGRESS TOWARDS RACIAL EQUALITY WILL HAPPEN IN THEIR LIFETIME BUT FOR THE MOST PART, INDIGENOUS AND BLACK PEOPLE SURVEYED DON’T AGREE >> WE WANT TO BE EQUAL AMONGST ALL PEOPLE >> Reporter: COMPARED TO THE REST OF CANADA, THIS MAN BELIEVES VANCOUVER IS MORE PROGRESSIVE ON ISSUES OF RACE AND DIVERSITY >> I GREW UP IN SASKATCHEWAN, AND I HEARD THE RACIAL SLURS, LIKE NO INDIANS ALLOWED >> Reporter: BUT HE SAYS CANADIANS STILL HAVE A WAY TO GO IN NOT JUST TOLERATING DIFFERENCES, BUT EMBRACING THEM >> THERE IS LOTS OF PRIDEFUL INDIGENOUS PEOPLE WHO WANT TO BE RECOGNIZED FOR HISTORY, LEGENDS, ORAL TEACHING, THEY WANT TO SAY, THIS IS WHAT WE ARE >> Reporter: HE BELIEVES EQUALITY NEEDS TO START WITH CANADIANS TAKING A HARD LOOK AT WHAT MULTICULTURALISM MEANS TO THEM >> WE BRING A RICHNESS TO CANADA, BUT FOR SOME REASON, I

DON’T THINK CANADA UNDERSTANDS HOW DEEPLY HAVING US NOT INCLUDED HAS AFFECTED THE RICHNESS OF THIS SOCIETY >> Reporter: ACCORDING TO SURVEY RESULTS, A SOCIETY MORE WELCOMING TO SOME THAN TO OTHERS ANDREA ROSS, CBC NEWS, VANCOUVER >> Anita: ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THE COUNTRY, RACISM ON BOARD A REGIONAL FLIGHT TARGETING INDIGENOUS PASSENGERS ON A ROUTINE TRIP BETWEEN LABRADOR AND NEWFOUNDLAND, TWO PASSENGERS WERE CAUGHT MAKING RACIST COMMENTS ABOUT INUIT TRAVELERS HERE IS THE CBC’S JACOB ON THE INCIDENT AND THE FALL OUT >> Reporter: WELL, THESE COMMENTS WERE SAID LOUDLY AND THEY WERE ABOUT OTHER PASSENGERS ON THE PLANE PETER, WHO IS A FORMER MP FOR LABRADOR WAS SITTING RIGHT BEHIND THE MAN AND HE HEARD THE THE COMMENTS THE MEN WERE MAKING, AS AN INUK PASSENGER MADE HIS WAY DOWN THE ISLE >> ONE GUY SAID, LOOK, THERE IS AN ESKIMO COMING IN, AND THE OTHER GUY, AND — AND TONY WALKED BY AND THE GUY SAID, COULD YOU — YOU KNOW, CAN YOU SMELL HIM? >> Reporter: HE DESCRIBES THE MEN AS BEEN DRUNK AND LOUD HE SAYS THEY ALSO MADE FUN OF A WOMAN WHO WAS SPEAKING HER INDIGENOUS LANGUAGE >> AND MY VIEW IS IF YOU’RE GOING TO BE RACIST AND HAVE THESE VIEWS, FOR GOD SAKE, HAVE THEM WITH YOUR FAMILY IN YOUR OWN HOUSE, BECAUSE IT’S NOT VERY COMFORTABLE FOR MINORITIES HIKE LIKE MYSELF, WHO ARE IN THE SAME ROOM WHEN YOU’RE ESPOUSING THESE DEROGATORY VIEWS AND VERY HURTFUL VIEWS >> Reporter: ANOTHER WOMAN FROM MAINE SHOT THIS VIDEO OF THE MEN TALKING SHE SAID THEY DIRECTED HER LANGUAGE AT HER AND HER FATHER, WHILE SHE WAS ACCOMPANYING HIM ON A MEDICAL TRIP >> RIGHT AWAY, AS SOON AS THEY SEEN ME, THEY SAID VERY HURTFUL WORDS, SAYING HERE COMES THE ESKIMOS, LIFE BELOW 0 AT THE THE TIME, I WAS GETTING VERY SCAREDED BECAUSE THIS IS THE FIRST TIME I EVER EXPECTED ANY RACISM IN MY LIFE >> Reporter: AND WHILE THE MEN WERE BEING SERVED ALCOHOL ON THE FLIGHT, ONCE THEY LEFT DEER LAKE, A MEMBER OF THE CREW CUT THEM OFF AND TOLD THEY WERE BEING DISRESPECTFUL AND RUDE THEY SPOKE WITH THE AIRLINE TODAY AND ASKED THEM TO BAN THE PASSENGERS IF THE AIRLINE, AND THAT’S JUST WHAT HAPPENED IN AN E-MAIL, THE COMPANY SAID THAT COMMENTS LIKE THESE HAVE NO PLACE IN OUR SOCIETY AND WILL NOT BE TOLERATED BY THE COMPANY IT ALSO SPOKE ABOUT ITS HISTORY OF PARTNERSHIP WITH INDIGENOUS GROUPS IN LABRADOR AND SAID IT WILL WORK CLOSELY WITH THEM TO ENSURE THEIR FLIGHTS REMAIN A WELCOMING ENVIRONMENT FOR ALL THEIR CUSTOMERS HE PROBABLY COULDN’T CHANGE THESE MEN’S VIEWS ON THINGS, BUT THAT COMMENTS LIKE THESE SHOULDN’T GO UNCHALLENGED JACOB BARKER, CBC NEWS >> Mike: LIVE SHOT AT 6:38, LOOKING A T THE VIA DUCT BY ROGERS ARENA WHERE FANS ARE HEADING TO THE ARENA BETWEEN THE CANUCKS AND LEAFS CIRQUE DU SOLEIL THERE, A LITTLE

RAIN OVER THERE IS THAT A SIGN OF [♪♪♪] >> Anita: A MEAN WINTER STORM HAS CAUSED SCHOOL CLOSURES AND FLIGHT DELAYS IN NOVA SCOTIA >> Mike: STRONG WINDS HAVE KNOCKED OUT POWER TO ABOUT 50,000 PEOPLE ACROSS THE PROVINCE AND AN EXTREME HIGH WIND WARNING IS IN EFFECT TONIGHT ENVIRONMENT CANADA SAYS GUSTS COULD REACH UP TO 110 KILOMETERS PER HOUR IN SOME AREAS >> Anita: NO WINDS LIKE THAT HERE, BUT THERE IS SOMETHING ELSE IN THE FORECAST WE HAVE A LOOK SGLOL WE’RE LOOKING AT A SERIES OF SYSTEMS MOVING THROUGH, AS THIS ONE PUSHES IN TOWARDS THE INTERIOR, WE’RE SEEING THE FREEZING LELS DROPPING A LITTLE BIT MOSTLY LIGHT PRECIPITATION WE LOOK AT EVEN AS IT PUSHES INLAND, BUT IT’S THE NEXT SYSTEM THAT’S JUICIER AND WE’LL LOOK FOR MORE RAINFALL CERTAINLY FOR THE SOUTH COAST, AS THIS WORKS ITS WAY THROUGH, MANIER SO LATER IN THE DAY TOMORROW, INTO THE EVENING, AND THEN OVERNIGHT INTO THURSDAY, AND SO THEY’RE WE’RE TALKING ABOUT 10 TO 15, EVEN 20 MILLIMETRES OF RAINFALL, AND THEN THE NEXT ONE COMES IN, INTO THURSDAY, PUSHING IN AGAIN WITH MORE PRECIPITATION SO A BIT OF A BREAK IN BETWEEN, BUT NOT REALLY THAT MUCH OF A BREAK CERTAINLY NOT IN THE CLOUD COVER CERTAINLY IN THE PRECIPITATION, AS THE SECOND ONE GOES THROUGH, MODERATE PRECIPITATION FOR THE SOUTH COAST RANGES, BUT IT WILL BE A LITTLE BIT LIGHTER INTO THE INTERIOR ACROSS, THIS IS A SNAPSHOT ACROSS THE PROVINCE FOR YOU, AS WE LOOK AHEAD INTO WEDNESDAY 8° FOR PRINCE RUPERT, WITH THE RAIN IN PORT HARDY, SIMILAR 7, WLER, A MIX, TEMPERATURE ABOVE THE FREEZING MARK COOLER READINGS AS WE GO INTERIOR, AND WE TALK ABOUT FLURRIES IN TERMS OF THE THE PRECIPITATION THAT’S WHAT I MEAN BY LIGHT STUFF AS WELL FOR PRINCE GEORGE, WHERE YOU’RE TALKING ABOUT A HIGH FOR TOMORROW OF MINUS 4 THE FIVE-DAY FORECAST, WE’LL GET TO THE SEVEN IN A MOMENT WHAT’S IMPORTANT HERE, TEMPERATURES RUNNING APOV SEASONAL FOR DAYTIME HIGHS, NOT MUCH, BUT IT’S THE OVERNIGHT LOWS THAT ARE SIGNIFICANTLY MILD, AND THEN FINALLY, IF YOU’RE LOOKING FOR SOME LIGHT AT THE END OF THE TUNNEL, IT LOOKS LIKE IT COMES TOWARDS SATURDAY, SUNSHINE OR A MIX OF SUN AND CLOUD, SLIGHT ALREADY COOLER AIR MOVING IN, AND ANOTHER ROUND COMING IN FOR THE SECOND HALF OF THE WEEKEND >> Mike: THANKS, COLLET >> Anita: A BIG DEAL, A SEA PLANE BECAME AN E PLANE TODAY SDMRIEK VANCOUVER HARBOR AIR SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETED THE FIRST LIGHT OF A PLANE USING ONLY BATTERIES >> Anita: IT’S PART OF A LONG PROCESS TO GET THE ELECTRIC PLANE CARRYING PASSENGERS >> Reporter: THIS MAY LOOK LIKE A NORMAL OLD SEA PLANE IT’S SOMETHING BUT, AND IT’S MAKING HISTORY (CHEERING) >> Reporter: THE WORLD’S FIRST TEST OF A FULLY ELECTRIC PLANE THAT DOESN’T EMITT CARBON EMISSIONS, VERY MUCH DEPENDANT ON CLEAR SKIES THE PILOT ALSO THE HEAD OF THE AIRLINE, SUCCESSFULLY RESISTED THE WINDS AND THE NERVOUS ANTICIPATION OF THOSE WATCHING DESPITE A CHARGING GLITCH THE NIGHT BEFORE >> I GOT BEHIND THE CONTROLS OF AIRPLANE, FOCUSSED ON GETTING THE FLIGHT DONE, YOU KNOW, YEAH, I SAW PEOPLE OUT OF THE CORNER OF MY EYE, BUT IT WASN’T THE FOCUS FOR ME IT WAS BUSINESS AS USUAL >> Reporter: ONLY THIS BUSINESS IS MPLETELY UNFAMILIAR HARBOR AIR IS AIMING THE BECOME THE WORLD’S FIRST ALL ELECTRIC AIRLINE A CROWDED RACE TO GREEN AN INDUSTRY WHERE EMISSIONS ARE RISING FASTER THAN ALL OTHER MODES OF TRANSPORT THESE FEW MINUTES IN THE AIR TOOK MONTHS OF HARD WORK RIPPING OUT ITS MID 20TH CENTURY GUTS AND REPRAISE PLACING THE OLD MOTOR WITH AN ELECTRIC ONE, ADDING BIG RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES THE PLAIN WEIGHS ENOUGH AS IF IT WAS LOADED WITH FUEL, AND THE BATTERY CHARGE HAS ONLY ENOUGH TO MAKE SHORT FLIGHTS, THAT’S WHY IT WORKS FOR THE SEA PLANE MOTORS THE MAN WHO DESIGNED THE MOTOR KNOWS THERE IS A LONG ROAD AHEAD, BUT HE WANTS THE PLANE IN THE AIR IN TWO YEARS >> THIS IS THE FIRST TIME IT FLEW WITH THE AIRCRAFT WHAT THE REGULATORY BODY WANTS TO DO IS THIS HAPPENS CONSISTENTLY WHAT HAPPENS WHEN THINGS GO WRONG >> Reporter: THE CERTIFICATION PROCESS WILL BE BUMPY, WITH

TRANSPORT CANADA ENTERING BRAND NEW TERRITORY THERE WILL BE MANY MORE TEST FLIGHTS BEFORE PASSENGERS WITH ALSO HOP ABOARD A FULLY ELECTRIC PLANE CBC NEWS, RICHMOND, B.C >> Anita: GREAT, AND IT’S THE FUTURE >> Mike: YES, POSSIBLY >> Anita: IT SCARES ME >> Mike: YOU’RE NOT ALONE NOT TO BE SCARED, BUT THE COMMENTS ONLINE, PEOPLE ARE HALF AND HALF, PEOPLE ARE LIKE, THIS IS THE FUTURE, AND OTHERS ARE, E HECHLT, BATTERIES IT IS A LITTLE QUIETER, I WATCHED THE TAPE IT’S A LITTLE BIT QUIETER FOR SURE ALL RIGHT SHE IS CANADA’S TEENAGE TENNIS SENSATION, AND DESPITE HER YOUTH, BIANCA ANDREESCU IS ALREADY A ROLE MODEL TO MANY WE’RE GOING TO HEAR WHY, NEXT [♪♪♪] [♪♪♪] >> HI, I’M AMY BELL, AND HERE IS WHAT’S IN YOUR CBC VANCOUVER INBOX WE’RE A PROUD SPONSOR OF THE MEN’S CHOIR 2019/2020 SEASON GET IN THE HOLIDAY SEASON WITH THEIR UPCOMING PRODUCTION AND ARE YOU LOOKING FOR SPACE TO WOW PEOPLE FOR YOUR NEXT BIG EVENT CBC’S VANCOUVER STUDIO SPACE IS AVAILABLE TO RENT FOR MORE ON THESE EVENTS, CHECK US OUT, WWW.CBC.CA/BC [♪♪♪] >> Anita: ANOTHER NHL COACH HAS BEEN FIRED FOR UNPROFESSIONAL CONDUCT EARLIER THIS AFTERNOON, THE DALLAS STARS DISMISSING HEAD COACH JIM MONGOMERY AFTER THE TEAM BECAME AWARE OF AN ACT BY MONTGOMERY THIS PAST SUNDAY THIS DECISION WAS MADE AFTER AN INTERNAL INVESTIGATION, INCLUDING DISCUSSIONS WITH THE TEAM’S GENERAL COUNCIL NO OTHER SPECIFICS HAVE BEEN GIVEN, ALTHOUGH THE TEAM SAID IT WAS NOT CRIMINAL AND HAD NO CONNECTION TO PRESENT OR PAST PLAYERS NORMAL CANUCKS ASSISTANT COACH, RICK BONUS, WILL BE HIS REPLACEMENT ON AN INTERIM BASIS >> Mike: BIANCA ANDREESCU WAS PLAYING DOUBLES TODAY, WELL, KIND OF THE TENNIS STAR WAS IN TORONTO, MAKING AN ANNOUNCEMENT ABOUT THE RIGHT TO PLAY PROGRAM >> Anita: IT’S AN ORGANIZATION THAT HELPS UNDERPRIVILEGED KIDS GET INVOLVED WITH SPORTS, AND SHE ALSO ACCEPTED HER NEWLY AWARDED LOU MARSH TROPHY >> BIANCA, CONGRATULATIONS >> THANK YOU VERY MUCH >> Reporter: A DAY AFTER BEING NAMED CANADA’S TOP ATHLETE FOR 2019, BIANCA ANDREESCU RECEIVED THE THE TROPHY THAT GOES ALONG WITH IT >> I HAD A FEELING THAT I COULD GET A CHANCE TO HOLD THIS TROPHY, BUT I DIDN’T THINK IT

WAS ACTUALLY GOING THE HAPPEN >> Reporter: WHILE A LOT OF THE ATTENTION WAS FOCUSSED ON BIANCA ANDREESCU WINNING THE LOU MARSH AWARD, THE THE REASON SHE WAS HERE WAS TO ANNOUNCE SHE’S GOING TO BE AN AMBASSADOR FOR RIGHT TO PLAY, AND TODAY, SHE GOT A CHANCE TO SPEND TIME WITH SOME KIDS WHO ARE A PART OF THAT PROGRAM THIS WAS BIANCA ANDREESCU’S RECEPTION WHEN SHE MADE A SURPRISE APPEARANCE AS A SCHOOL ASSEMBLY THIS MORNING >> IT WAS PRETTY UNBELIEVABLE IT WAS EXCITING >> Reporter: STUDENTS ALSO GOT TO MEET BIANCA, SOMEONE WHO MANY CONSIDER TO BE A ROLE MODEL >> IT WAS VERY EMPOWERING TO SEE A WOMAN WIN >> IT’S INSPIRING BECAUSE I’M TWO YEARS YOUNGER, SO HOW MUCH I COULD ACCOMPLISH IF I TRY >> FOR HER TO GET THE BEST ATHLETE IN CANADA WHEN SHE’S A 19 YEARS GIRL, IT’S EXTREMELY EMPOWERING >> Reporter: THESE GRADE 12 STUDENTS ARE PART OF THE THE RIGHT TO PLAY YOUTH TO YOUTH PROGRAM, THEY HELP ORGANIZE SPORT-RELATED ACTIVITIES FOR ELEMENTARY SKIDS AND THAT’S WHAT THEY DID TODAY >> THEY HAD FIVE ACTIVITIES >> SHE WAS JOINING IN THE ON THE THE GAMES AND HAVING FUN >> I THINK IT’S AN AMAZING ORGANIZATION, AND I’VE ALWAYS WANTED TO INSPIRE THE YOUTH >> Reporter: BIANCA ANDREESCU SAID ROLE MODELS ARE IMPORTANT AND SHE HAD HERS WITH HER TODAY >> HAVING AMAZING PARENTS, LIKE MINE, THEY DEFINITELY HELP ME STAY GROUNDED I ALWAYS TALK ABOUT HAVING GOOD PEOPLE IN YOUR CORNER I THINK THAT’S VERY IMPORTANT >> Reporter: DAD’S JOB WAS TO SHOOT VIDEO OF THE PRESS CONFERENCE, WHILE MOM WATCHED COCOA, THE FAMILY DOG, WHO DIDN’T LIKE BEING LEFT OWED >> I HAVE COCOA IN MY CORNER THAT HELPS >> Reporter: GREG ROSS, CBC NEWS, TORONTO >> Mike: AND THE CANADIAN FOOTBALL LEAGUE IS CLOSER TO GETTING A TEAM ON THE EAST COAST, AFTER HALIFAX CITY COUNCIL VOTED TO HELP FUND A NEW STADIUM THE 24,000 SEAT STADIUM WOULD BE BUILT BY SCHOONER SPORTS AND ENTERTAINMENT AND AIMS TO HAVE IT BUILT BY 2020, AND THE STADIUM WOULD INCLUDE AN INFLATABLE WINTER DOME SO THE STADIUM COULD BE USED ALL YEAR ROUND WHILE THE CFL HASN’T APPROVED A TEAM, SCHOONER SAID THE SUPPORT IS ALMOST A BEGIN AS LONG AS THEY GET THE STADIUM BUILT THE HALIFAX TEAM WOULD PUT THE LEAGUE AT TEN TEAMS AND BRING BALANCE TO THE EAST WEST DIVISIONS >> Anita: SHE BROUGHT THE MUSIC AND, OF COURSE, SOME TEARS IN TORONTO CELINE DION IS BACK, TOURING ON

THE ROAD FOR A FIRST TIME IN A DE >> THANK YOU: THANK YOU FOR COMING DOWN? >> THANK YOU FOR ALL YOUR GENEROUS DONATIONS >> THANK YOU FOR MAKING THIS YEAR’S OPEN HOUSE AND FOOD BANK DAY THE BIGGEST YET >> IF YOU MISSED THE FUN, DON’T WORRY, YOU CAN DONATE UNTIL JANUARY 1ST [♪♪♪] >> Anita: WE HAVE BREAKS NEWS FOR YOU A PLANE HAS CRASHED ON GAB YELL ISLAND IT HAPPENED MINUTES AGO OFFICIALS REPORT SEVERAL AMBULANCE AND MESSAGE CREWS ARE ON SCENE >> Mike: WITNESSES REPORTED SEEING A PLANE ON FIRE WE’LL BRING YOU THE LATEST INFORMATION AS IT BECOMES AVAILABLE [♪♪♪] >> Anita: SHE’S ONE OF THE WORLD’S MOST FAMOUS ENTERTAINERS NOW FOR THE FIRST TIME IN A DECADE, CELINE DION IS TAKING HER SHOW ON THE ROAD >> Mike: YES, THE SINGER’S TORONTO SHOWS BOTH SOLD OUT SHE’S GOING TO BE HERE IN VANCOUVER IN APRIL SOMEBODY MIGHT BE GOING TO THAT AND AS WE HEAR FROM CBC ENTERTAINMENT REPORTER, DEANA, IT’S JUST WHAT ADOING FANS HAVE BEEN HOPING FOR [♪♪♪] >> HOW ARE YOU DOING OUT THERE? >> Reporter: BIG, UNABASHED EXPRESSION OF EMOTIONS IS ONE OF THE THE THINGS CELINE DION’S FANS HAVE ALWAYS LOVED ABOUT HER, SO WHEN AFTER GREETING THE DEATH OF HER HUSBAND AND MANAGER AND AFTER HER LAS VEGAS RESIDENTSY ENDED EARLIER THIS SPRING, CELINE DION SEEMED READY TO REEMBRACE LIFE AND HER FANS OPENED HER WITH OPEN ARMS, AND THAT LOVE WAS ON FULL DISPLAY ON THE TORONTO STOP OF ONE OF HER FIRST FULL SHOWS IN YEARSES, COURAGE, AND ON DISPLAY, THOSE VOCAL CHOPS >> SHE SINGS SHE’S THE ULTIMATE PERFORMER SHE DOESN’T NEED AN ACT TO BACK HER UP IT’S HER VOICE IT’S HER SO AMAZING ABSOLUTELY AMAZING >> STARTED FOLLOWING HER SINCE I WAS SEVEN YEARS OLD, SO I GREW UP WITH HER THE CELINE DION FOR US IN QUEBEC HAS ALWAYS BEEN THE SCELINE WAS ALWAYS THERE I THINK THE REST OF THE THE THE WORLD IS JUST CATCHING UP [♪♪♪] >> CELINE DION IS PERHAPS MORE OUT THERE AND IN THE PUBLIC EYE THAN SHE HAS EVER BEEN YOU CAN SEE HER FRONT ROW AT PARIS FASHION SHOWS SHE HAS HER OWN CHILDREN’S FASHION LINE, AND HAS EVEN BECOME A SPOKES MODEL FOR LAURIEL COSMETICS, BUT THAT PRESENCE AND NEWFOUND COOL HAS NOT TRANSLATED INTO REPORT SALES HER NEW ALBUM, COURAGE, DEBUTED AT NUMBER ONE AT BILL BOARD’S HOT 200 CHART, HER FIRST NUMBER ONE ON THE THE CHART IN 17 YEARS, BUT IT PLUMMETED OFF THE TOP 100 ALBUMS, WHICH ACTUALLY SET A RECORD FOR THE SPEEDIEST DROP BY A FORMAL NUMBER ONE, NOT THE KIND OF RECORD YOU WANT TO SET IF YOUR AN ARTIST, BUT LOOKS LIKE CELINE DION HAS NOTHING TO WORRY ABOUT WHEN IT COMES TO HER INCOME BECAUSE THE TOUR IS DOING GREAT SINCE IT STARTED IN SEPTEMBER, IT HAS GROSSED MORE THAN 30 MILLION U.S. DOLLARS, AND IS POISED TO BREAK ALL KIND OF RECORDS BY THE TIME IT WRAPS IN SEPTEMBER 2020 CBC NEWS, TORONTO >> Anita: WELL, IT GEL CHILLS JUST WATCHING IT I’LL VERY EXCITED TO GO TO THE SHOW HERE >> Mike: APRIL >> Anita: TEN YEARS SINCE VEGAS STOPPED >> Anita: I THINK THE LAST SHOW SINCE VEGAS STOPPED HAVE YOU EVER SEEN HER? >> Mike: NO, BUT I’M A FAN I MAY NOT GO TO THE CONCERT, BUT, NO, SHE’S GOOD, SHE’S GOOD THAT’S IT FOR US LIEN IS HERE AT 1100 TONIGHT, RIGHT AFTER THE NATIONAL >> Anita: HAVE A GOOD NIGHT [♪♪♪]

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