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>> Announcer: THIS IS CBC “HERE & NOW.” (♪♪♪) (♪♪♪) (♪♪♪) >> ABUSING THAT POSITION OF POWER, IT’S REPREHENSIBLE >> Reporter: AN ASSAULT CASE IN A WEST COAST COMMUNITY HAS ONE WOMAN LIVING IN FEAR I’LL TELL WHAT YOU WAS SAID IN THE COURTROOM TODAY >> IS THAT ONE OVER HERE? >> Debbie: TACKLING ROLLINS CROSS >> Anthony: WHAT WOULD A ROLLINS ROUNDABOUT BE ANY LESS CONFUSE SOMETHING >> Debbie: I’M DEBBIE COOPER >> Anthony: I’M ANTHONY GERMAIN >> Debbie: WE START ON THE WEST COAST IN A SMALL COMMUNITY TO A CASE INVOLVING AN ABUSE OF POWER >> Anthony: NOW A PUBLICATION BAN PREVENTS US FROM IDENTIFYING THE TWO PEOPLE INVOLVED OR WHERE THEY’RE FROM “HERE & NOW’S” COLLEEN CONNORS HAS THIS REPORT >> Reporter: THE ASSAULT TOOK PLACE ALMOST A YEAR AGO ON JULY 29th OF LAST YEAR THE TWO HAVE A SUPERIOR EMPLOYEE TYPE RELATIONSHIP THEY WERE AT A FUNDRAISER BARBECUE WHERE THE MAN OFFERED TO TAKE THE WOMAN HOME HE THEN DECIDED TO DRIVE COMPLETELY PAST HER HOUSE AND PARK THE CAR THAT’S WHEN THE COURT SAID THAT TODAY THAT HE TURNED HIS BODY TOWARDS HER AND TOUCHED HIS LEG AND TRIED TO KISS HER SEVERAL TIMES SHE SAID DURING THE INCIDENT THIS IS NOT GOING TO HAPPEN AND YOU BETTER TAKE ME HOME AND HE THEN PROCEEDED TO TAKE HER HOME A FEW MINUTES LATER SHE FILED A REPORT WITH POLICE IN THE FALL AND THE MAN WAS CHARGED IN DECEMBER HE PLEADED GUILTY TO ASSAULT AND TODAY IN COURT THE WOMAN STOOD UP IN FRONT OF EVERYONE AND READ OUT A VERY POWERFUL VICTIM IMPACT STATEMENT WHERE SHE SAID THINGS LIKE SHE FELT UNSAFE, DISRESPECTED, SICK TO HER STOMACH EVER SINCE THE INCIDENT SHE COULDN’T BE TOUCHED AT ALL, SHE WOULD CRY QUITE A BIT AND SHE FELT GUILT AND FEAR HERE’S THE POINT WHERE SHE WOULD KEEP A WEAPON UNDER HER PILLOW AT NIGHT SHE ASKED THE QUESTION, WHAT HAPPENED TO BASIC HUMAN RESPECT DURING THIS A WOMAN’S RIGHTS ADVOCATE WAS SITTING NEXT TO HER IN THE COURTROOM TODAY AND THIS IS WHAT SHE HAD TO SAY >> ABUSING THAT POSITION OF POWER, IT’S REPREHENSIBLE PEOPLE WHEN YOU HOLD AUTHORITY OVER SOMEONE THERE’S A TRUST PLACED IN YOU THAT YOU WILL BE FAIR TO THEM AND YOU’LL BE KIND TO THEM AND YOU WILL NOT TAKE ADVANTAGE OR ABUSE THAT POSITION OF POWER THAT’S WHAT WE HAVE SEEN TODAY >> Reporter: THE MAN FACES SIX MONTHS PROBATION AFTER HE PLEADED GUILTY TO ASSAULT HE IS ORDERED TO KEEP THE PEACE AND TO STAY AWAY FROM THE WOMAN AND ANYWHERE THAT SHE MAY BE AND HE STOOD UP AT THE END OF COURT AND LOOKED AT HER AND APOLOGIZED FOR HIS ACTIONS ON THAT SUMMER NIGHT COLLEEN CONNORS, CBC NEWS, STEPHENVILLE >> Anthony: JUST TWO WEEKS AGO BURY’S SHIPYARD FILED UNDER THE BANKRUPTCY ACT AND MORE THAN 100 WORKERS LOST THEIR JOBS AFTER THEY PULLED THE CONTRACT AND NOW BURRY’S BOAT IS SITTING ON THE OCEAN FLOOR “HERE & NOW’S” RYAN COOKE REPORTS >> Reporter: THIS IS A BOAT OWNED BY GLENN BURRY AND HIS WIFE, AND THIS IS WHERE IT CAME TO REST LAST WEEKEND IN THE WATERS OFF ST. BRENDAN’S AND BONAVISTA BAY IT STRUCK A ROCK NEAR DEER ISLAND AROUND 6:00 IN THE EVENING D.F.O. DISPATCHED A COAST GUARD SHIP BUT BY THAT TIME THEY HAD BEEN RESCUED BY ANOTHER BOAT IN THE AREA AND IT WAS SITTING IN 500 FEET OF WATER NOW I HEARD FROM GLENN BURY LAST NIGHT VIA EMAIL AND GIVEN THE TIMING OF THE SINKING, JUST 11 DAYS AFTER HE FILED FOR BANKRUPTCY PROTECTION I ASKED HIM IF THERE WAS ANYTHING SUSPICIOUS HERE AND HE SAYS, NO RVES IT WAS AN OLD BOAT BUILT IN THE 1970s AND HE DIDN’T HAVE INSURANCE ON IT WHAT HE HAD WAS 400 LITRES OF DIESEL D.F.O. DID A FLY OVER AND THEY OBSERVED A SMALL UNRECOVERABLE SHEEN OF OIL THEY’LL KEEP AN EYE ON IT AND MONITOR FOR NEGATIVE EFFECTS TO THE ENVIRONMENT BURRY, MEANWHILE, SAYS HE’S JUST HAPPY THAT HE GOT OUT UNHARMED RYAN COOKE, CBC NEWS, ST. JOHN’S >> Debbie: A MAN IS FACING MULTIPLE WEAPONS CHARGES AFTER A STANDOFF IN BOTWOOD YESTERDAY POLICE CLOSED DOWN ADAM’S AVENUE YESTERDAY EVENING AFTER A MAN BARRICADED HIMSELF INSIDE A HOUSE POLICE SEIZED WEAPONS AND

CHARGED THE MAN WITH UTTERING THREATS AND RESISTING ARREST NO ONE WAS INJURED >> Anthony: TERESA BRUCE IS THE 77-YEAR-OLD FROM HAPPY VALLEY-GOOSE BAY WHO DIED ON SATURDAY MORNING FOLLOWING A COLLISION IN NEW BRUNSWICK POLICE SAY THAT THE PICKUP TRUCK THAT HER HUSBAND CLARENCE BRUCE WAS DRIVING CROSSED THE CENTRE LINE AND HIT ANOTHER TRUCK HEAD-ON THE TWO MEN IN THAT TRUCK DIED AT THE SCENE AND THE TWO HORSES THEY WERE HAULING WERE ALSO KILLED FRIENDS REMEMBERED BRUCE AS AN ACTIVE COMMUNITY MEMBER AND AN EXCELLENT ELEMENTARY SCHOOLTEACHER AND SOMEONE WHO LOVED TO EAT DESSERT HER FUNERAL WILL BE HELD IN HAPPY VALLEY-GOOSE BAY ON JULY 30th >> Debbie: A POLICE OFFICER HAS BEEN CLEARED OF WRONGDOING IN THE DEATH OF A TEENAGER IN ST. JOHN’S IN APRIL 19-YEAR-OLD ALYSSA POWER WAS A PASSENGER IN THIS VEHICLE THAT CRASHED ON HAMELIN ROAD A POLICE OFFICER TRIED TO STOP THE HONDA SEDAN BUT THE 17-YEAR-OLD DRIVER FLED AND THEN HIT THIS S.U.V POWER, THE MOTHER OF A 1-MONTH-OLD INFANT, DIED AT THE SCENE THE RESPONSE TEAM WAS CALLED IN TO INVESTIGATE THE ACTIONS OF THE R.N.C. OFFICER IT SAID THAT THE OFFICER DID NOT DO ANYTHING WRONG AND THAT THE ACTIONS WERE IN LINE WITH TRAINING AND STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES (♪♪♪) >> WELL, THE WIND IS BACK HERE AT QUIDI VIDI LAKE WHICH MEANS NO ROWING TONIGHT BUT THAT WASN’T THE CASE LAST NIGHT WHEN THE M5 CREW PUT ON A SHOW I’LL TELL YOU ALL ABOUT THAT COMING UP >> Anthony: A NOTORIOUS ST. JOHN’S INTERSECTION IS GETTING A REVAMP IN THE NEXT FEW WEEKS RAWLIN’S CROSS WILL TURN INTO A ROUNDABOUT THE CITY ANTICIPATES CONFUSION OVER THIS PILOT PROJECT SO RIGHT NOW IT’S HOSTING A DROP-IN INFORMATION SESSION “HERE & NOW’S” MALONE MULLEN IS AT THE SESSION AND SHE’S JOINING US LIVE SO, MALONE, WHAT ARE YOU LEARNING? >> Reporter: WELL, I’M HERE AT BANTERMAN PARK AND PEOPLE ARE JUST STARTING TO SHOW UP WITH THEIR QUESTIONS ABOUT THE CITY’S PROPOSAL SO THE CITY WANTS TO GIVE RESIDENTS A HANDS ON EXPERIENCE HERE TODAY AND THEY WANT TO WALK THEM THROUGH THE CHANGES RIGHT NOW THEY’RE USING TOY CARS TO SHOW PEOPLE EXACTLY WHAT TO DO WHEN THE TRAFFIC LIGHTS ARE REMOVED SO RAWLIN’S CROSS, ALREADY A BIT OF A COMPLICATED INTERSECTION, AND IT’S GOING TO TURN INTO A KIND OF A ROUNDABOUT THE CITY CALLS IT A TRAFFIC CIRCLE WHEN THAT HAPPENS THE-YEAR-OLD SIGNS THAT HAVE BEEN PUT UP WILL BE THE ONLY GUIDE SO WHEN YOU PULL UP IN YOUR CAR AND YOU GET INTO THE TRAFFIC CIRCLE YOU HAVE THE RIGHT-OF-WAY UNLESS, OF COURSE, A PEDESTRIAN CROSSES SO THE CITY ALSO PUT UP AN INFORMATIONAL VIDEO TO HELP PEOPLE TO UNDERSTAND WHAT TO DO, BUT SO FAR THE REACTION TO THESE CHANGES HAS BEEN MIXED, AT LEAST ONLINE ONE COMMENT ON THE CITY’S YouTube PAGE SAID, I GREW UP ON RAWLIN’S CROSS AND IT’S SUCH A BAD IDEA FOR DRIVERS AND PEDESTRIANS ALIKE AND OTHER PEOPLE SAID THAT IT WILL BE PORE CONFUSING THAN THE ORIGINAL AND I SEE QUITE A FEW MORE ACCIDENTS TO HAPPEN BACK TO THE DRAWING BOARD, THIS WILL NOT WORK BUT THE CITY SAYS THAT IN THE LAST SIX YEARS THERE’S BEEN 120 ACCIDENTS HERE NOW THE CITY TOLD ME TODAY THAT THEY’RE NOT SURE YET WHEN THE TRAFFIC LIGHTS WILL BE TAKEN OUT AND THEY’RE HOPING THAT IT WILL BE SOME TIME IN THE NEXT FEW WEEKS AND THEY’RE ALSO HOPING THAT IS ENOUGH TIME FOR PEOPLE TO GET USED TO THE IDEA I’M MALONE MULLEN REPORTING LIVE FOR “HERE & NOW” IN ST. JOHN’S >> Anthony: LATER IN THE SHOW I’LL INTRODUCE YOU TO AN EXPERIENCED DRIVER WHO SAYS THAT RAWLIN’S CROSS IS CONFUSING BUT THEY SHOULD MAKE SIGNAGE IMPROVEMENTS AND LEAVE WELL ENOUGH ALONE WE’LL GO FOR A SPIN WITH TAXI DRIVER JOE WHITE >> Debbie: IT’S A SPIKE IN POWER RATES FEARS ABOUT FUTURE COSTS ARE MOUNTING TODAY THE P.U.B. WAS LOOKING AT N.L. HYDRO’S REQUEST TO FURTHER INCREASE RATES THE SENIORS’ ADVOCATE IS CALLING FOR ACTION POWER RATES KEEP GOING UP AND IT IS ESTIMATED THAT THEY’LL ALMOST DOUBLE BY THE TIME MUCK RAT FALL COME — MUSKRAT FALL COMES INTO PLACE AND THAT’S PARTICULARLY DIFFICULT FOR SENIORS TO HANDLE WITH MANY SENIORS LIVING ON LESS THAN $21,000 A YEAR, SHE WANTS NALCOR AND GOVERNMENT TO SHARE A PLAN FOR THAT VULNERABLE POPULATION >> AND TO HAVE THEIR FEARS ALLEVIATED, AND I DO RECOGNIZE THAT THAT MIGHT MEAN THAT THERE ARE GREATER — THERE MAY BE GREATER BILLS FOR PAYING ELECTRICITY IN THE FUTURE BUT THERE’S A HOPE BY SENIORS THAT THIS WELL BE MEDIATED SOMEHOW GIVEN THE FACT THAT THEY ARE LIVING ON LOWER AND FIXED INCOMES (♪♪♪) >> Carolyn: WELL, A BEAUTIFUL NIGHT DOWN BY THE LAKE SOME WARM TEMPERATURES, BUT, BOY, THOSE WINDS ARE REALLY CAUSING SOME PROBLEMS FOR THOSE

ROWERS WHO ARE TRYING TO GET READY FOR THE REGATTA NEXT WEEK COMING UP ON “HERE & NOW” I’LL HAVE YOUR DETAILED WEATHER FORECAST >> Anthony: WELCOME BACK THE ROYAL ST. JOHN’S REGATTA MAY BE A WEEK AWAY BUT IT’S NOT STOPPED THEM FROM HANDING OUT HARDWARE THE COMMITTEE HONOURED TWO ROWING TEAMS AND ADDED THEM TO ITS EVER GROWING HALL OF FAME THE 1977 PLACENTIA LIONS MEN’S CREW WERE GIVEN SPECIAL CERTIFICATES FOR THEIR TRIPLE CROWN WIN SEASON AND THE 1989 OUTER COVE EAST COAST JUVENILE TEAM WAS ALSO HONOURED AND THEIR TIME OF 9 MINUTES AND 47 SECONDS STILL HOLDS FOR THAT AGE GROUP >> IT’S A WONDERFUL LOCATION FOR THEM WHEN WE CONTACTED THEM AND THEY WERE MORE THAN HAPPY WITH THE SELECTION OF BEING NOMINATED AND TO BE SELECTED FOR THE HALL OF FAME COMMITTEE AND VERY EXCITED, BOTH TEAMS, WERE VERY EXCITED BECAUSE IT’S THE 200th ANNIVERSARY ANOTHER MILESTONE YOU CAN SEE THROUGHOUT THE HALL THE NUMBER OF PEOPLE THAT ATTENDED IT SHOWS THE IMPORTANCE AND THAT MORE OR LESS VALIDATES HOW IMPORTANT IT IS >> Anthony: FROM PAST ROWERS TO CURRENT CREWS LAST NIGHT THE WOMEN’S TEAM TO BEAT UNOFFICIALLY BROKE THE REGATTA RECORD THE M5 CREW TOOK ON QUIDI VIDI AND CLOCKED IN WITH 4 MINUTES AND 55 SECONDS JEREMY EATON IS JOINING US LIVE WHAT WAS IT LIKE? >> Reporter: TELL YOU ONE THING, IT WAS A LOT LESS WINDY THAN RIGHT NOW BUT THERE WERE NO CONCESSION STANDS AND THERE WAS NO REGATTA FANFARE AND VERY FEW PEOPLE BUT THE FOLKS WHO WERE ON HAND WERE FREAKING OUT AND THAT’S

BECAUSE THE WOMEN FROM M5 TOOK ADVANTAGE OF THE LACK OF WIND, A GOOD POND, AND THEY PUT UP A GREAT TIME NOW VIDEOGRAPHER TEDDY AND I CAUGHT UP WITH THE GIRLS AS THEY GOT OUT OF THE BOAT [Applause] >> JUST LIKE REGATTA DAY >> WE RAN FOR A POKE, WHICH IS IS GOING FOR A TIME AND WE ROWED 4:55 >> Reporter: WHY SUCH A BIG DEAL, WHY ARE YOU ALL SO EXCITED? >> BECAUSE 4:55 IS ONE OF THE FASTEST TIMES >> IT’S FAST >> THE RECORD IS 4:56 >> Reporter: SO YOU GIRLS HAVE BEEN WORKING HARD FOR MANY YEARS AND YOU’RE NEAR TEARS AND HOW DOES IT FEEL TO DO THIS TODAY? >> YEAH, IT’S A DREAM COME TRUE FOR US >> Reporter: SO FOR PEOPLE WHO DON’T KNOW, HOW MUCH WORK AND EFFORT GOES INTO PUTTING THIS TOGETHER? >> THIS TEAM HAS BEEN WORKING FOR THREE YEARS STRAIGHT SO WE’VE BEEN TRAINING REALLY HARD EVERY YEAR AND THIS YEAR WE REALLY WANTED TO GO THE EXTRA MILE AND IT’S REALLY SPECIAL TONIGHT TO GET THAT TIME WITH THIS TEAM WHO IS JUST SO CLOSE AND WE’RE WORKING SO HARD TOGETHER SO IT’S REALLY SPECIAL >> Reporter: FOR PEOPLE WHO DON’T KNOW THIS IS AN AMATEUR SPORT AND YOU DO NOT TREAT IT LIKE AMATEURS HOW MANY HOURS ARE YOU SPENDING IN THE GYM AND ON — LIKE, HOW MUCH TIME A WEEK TO TRAIN TO PULL SOMETHING LIKE THIS OFF? >> WE’RE TRAINING HARD, SIX DAYS A WEEK, SINCE JANUARY FOR THE PAST THREE YEARS PRETTY MUCH AT LEAST SINCE JANUARY SIX DAYS A WEEK WE’RE ON THE ROWING MACHINES FOR AN HOUR OR TWO AND ON THE POND EVERY DAY FOR AT LEAST — >> JUST A LOT OF HOURS >> WE HAVE ALL RODE A MILLION METRES EACH AND NOT EVEN COUNTING ON THE WATER >> Reporter: AMANDA, HOW ARE YOU FEELING RIGHT NOW? >> REALLY GREAT WHEN THE 4:56:07 RECORD WAS SET IN 2003 THAT WAS 15 YEARS AGO AND IT WAS MY FIRST CHAMPIONSHIP AND I WAS LIKE I GUESS THIS JUST HAPPENS EVERY YEAR AND IT’S BEEN 15 YEARS SINCE WE, — LIKE THIS IS A VERY SPECIAL CREW AND WE HAVE REALLY WORKED HARD AND I FEEL SO PROUD >> Reporter: IT’S AN EMOTIONAL DAY HOW SPECIAL IS IT TO PULL THIS OFF ON THE 200th LEADING UP A WEEK BEFORE THE 200th YEAR? >> WE WORKED HARD AND YOU NEVER KNOW UNTIL YOU TRY IT AND TONIGHT WAS OUR FIRST TIME TRYING IT FOR REAL AND WE DID IT AND WE ARE EXCITED AND HALF SHOCKED BUT NOT BECAUSE WE PUT IN THE WORK BUT TO SEE THE NUMBERS, YEAH >> Reporter: IT’S NOT BEEN A GREAT YEAR FOR ROWING AND A LOT OF RED FLAGS AND THAT ISSUE WHEN THEY DRAINED THE POND HOW SPECIAL IS IT KNOWING THAT IT’S NOT BEEN A GREAT YEAR FOR TRAINING BUT YOU STILL PULLED IT OFF A FEW DAYS BEFORE THE REGATTA? >> THAT’S EVEN MORE SPECIAL AND WE TRIED TO MAKE THE MOST OF ALL OF THE WINDY DAYS AND WE ACTUALLY WENT OUT TO PLACENTIA WHEN THE POND WAS DRAINED AND SO I GUESS THAT SPEAKS TO OUR COMMITMENT SO, YEAH, THIS IS PRETTY SPECIAL >> AND OUR BOND >> Reporter: NOW THIS TAKES VERY HARD WORK AND THERE’S ALSO DEAN — DEAN, YOU HAVE BEEN PART OF THIS TEAM FOR HOW LONG? >> TWO YEARS >> Reporter: HOW SPECIAL IS IT TO HELP TO LEAD THESE GIRLS OR GUIDE THESE GIRLS TO THIS TIME TODAY? >> IT’S LIKE I’M SO PROUD OF THESE GIRLS I HAVE NEVER MET SIX MORE HARD-WORKING INDIVIDUALS IN MY LIFE AND THE TIME THEY PUT IN, THEY DESERVE IT THIS IS JUST FUN TO WATCH IT’S AMAZING AND I’M A PLEASURE TO BE PART OF THE GROUP >> (indiscernible) WOO! >> Reporter: SO IF YOU CAN SEE THE BOAT IN THE WATER THERE, THAT’S AS FAR AS IT’S GOING TO GET TONIGHT BECAUSE THE WIND IS UP AND THE WIND IS THE BIGGEST ENEMY OF THE ROWER HERE DOWN AT QUIDI VIDI LAKE IT’S WANT BEEN A GREAT DAY AND THE TEAMS HAVEN’T BEEN ABLE TO DO PRACTICE RUNS BECAUSE THE RED FLAG IS FLYING ALL DAY WILL THIS WIND CONTINUE? WELL, CAROLYN STOKES MAY KNOW SOMETHING ABOUT THAT CAROLYN? >> Carolyn: THANKS, JEREMY WELL, UNFORTUNATELY, YEAH, THE WINDS WILL STAY FAIRLY STRONG THROUGH TO TOMORROW I JUST WANT TO DO UP A LITTLE BOARD FOR YOU TO SHOW HOW THIS IS GOING TO PLAY OUT OVER THE NEXT 24 HOURS SO TONIGHT THEY’RE ALL TIED UP AND THE WINDS ARE SOUTHWESTERLIES, 30-50 AND TOMORROW MORNING IT SHOULD — IT SHOULD EASE A LITTLE BIT, SOUTHWESTERLY WINDS 20-40, UNTIL ABOUT 2:00 AND THEN THOSE WINDS BUMP UP AGAIN SO, YEAH, FOR THE NEXT WHILE IT’S GOING TO BE PRETTY GUSTY DOWN THERE AFFECTING THE ROWERS, NO DOUBT NOW, OF COURSE, IT’S WINDY OUT THERE FOR THE ROWERS BUT TODAY WAS A GREAT DAY FOR A GARDEN PARTY A LOT OF FINGER SANDWICHES AT THE ANNUAL GOVERNMENT HOUSE GARDEN PARTY IN FULL SWING THIS AFTERNOON >> Anthony: A SPECIAL ONE TOO THE FIRST HOSTED BY THE LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR JUDY FOOTE,

ROUGHLY 2,000 PEOPLE MADE IT AND IT LOOKS LIKE THEY HAD A GREAT DAY FOR IT >> Debbie: WHAT AN EXCELLENT DAY FOR IT AND SOME ARE LOOKING DAPPER THERE AND DONNING THEIR FAVOURITE FASCINATORS AND FANCY HATS FOR A LIGHT LUNCH ON THE LAWN EXCELLENT >> Anthony: YEP >> Carolyn: VERY NICE >> Anthony: GREAT WEATHER FOR IT >> Carolyn: IT WAS A GREAT DAY IF ST. JOHN’S BESIDES THE WINS THAT HELPED TO KEEP THINGS COOL IT’S REFRESHING FOR THOSE OF US WHO AREN’T ROWING BUT I’M GOING TO START WITH THE CURRENT TEMPERATURES FOR TODAY 25° WAS THE HIGH IN ST. JOHN’S, BUT WITH THE HUMIDEX IT FELT MORE LIKE 30° AND WARM TEMPERATURES RIGHT ACROSS THE ISLAND IN THROUGH CENTRAL 26° IN BADGER 27° IN GANDER A LITTLE BIT COOLER THERE ALONG THE WEST COAST THOUGH AND SOME COOL TEMPERATURES TODAY, ABSOLUTELY, FOR HAPPY VALLEY-GOOSE BAY LOTS OF WET WEATHER HEADING THEIR WAY TONIGHT AND IT HAS BEEN WET THERE FOR THE PAST DAY OR SO YOU CAN SEE ALL OF THIS SYSTEM MOVING UP TOWARDS LABRADOR OVERNIGHT TONIGHT AND THEY’RE LOOKING AT MORE RAIN COMING THROUGH AND AS WELL FOR TOMORROW SO THERE’S A RAINFALL WARNING IN EFFECT FROM HAPPY VALLEY-GOOSE BAY THROUGH TO THE SOUTHEAST COAST ANOTHER 15-30 mm OF RAIN IS EXPECTED TO FALL THERE TONIGHT AND SOME RAIN TO CONTINUE ONCE AGAIN TOMORROW SO AS WE PUSH THROUGH YOU CAN SEE THE SYSTEM PUSHING THROUGH LABRADOR TONIGHT ON THE ISLAND LOOKING FAIRLY CLEAR FOR THE MOST PART, SOME SHOWERS THERE ON THE WEST COAST AND SO THIS IS THE SITUATION FOR LABRADOR ALONG THE COAST THERE, CARTWRIGHT IS LOOKING AT ANOTHER 10-15 mm OF RAIN AND 5-10 FOR HAPPY VALLEY-GOOSE BAY AND A CHANCE OF THUNDERSHOWERS OVERNIGHT AND THE RAIN IS LIGHT THRER IN THE NORTH FOR — THERE IN THE NORTH AND FOR THE REST OF THE PROVINCE, OVERNIGHT LOWS, REALLY WARM GRAND FALLS-WINDSOR DOWN TO 20° SO, YEAH, IT’S GOING TO BE A PRETTY MUGGY NIGHT, UNCOMFORTABLE SLEEP FOR SOME PEOPLE, NO DOUBT AND WE DO STILL HAVE A HEAT WARNING IN EFFECT FOR THE MAJORITY OF THE ISLAND TOMORROW THE HUMIDEX IS EXPECTED TO GET UP TO 35 AND WE STILL HAVE THAT FOG ROLLING ON THE SOUTH COAST SO WHEN YOU WAKE UP TOMORROW MORNING THIS IS WHAT YOU’LL SEE WHEN YOU LOOK OUT YOUR WINDOW ST. JOHN’S IS GOING TO START OFF REALLY WARM, 19°, WITH A MIX OF SUN/CLOUD AND THE TEMPERATURES WILL BUMP UP THROUGHOUT THE DAY AS WELL ON THE BURIN PENINSULA THERE’S A CHANCE OF DRIZZLE THERE TOMORROW MORNING 17° TO START AND SOME NICE WARM TEMPERATURES FOR THE REST OF THE ISLAND AND AS WELL FOR LABRADOR NOW TOMORROW MORNING WE ARE LOOKING AT SOME CLOUD COVER ON THE ISLAND AND A CHANCE OF SHOWER THERE IS ON THE WEST COAST AND MORE SHOWERS THAT YOU CAN SEE FOR LABRADOR IT’S JUST CONTINUING ON AND ON AND SO THE TEMPERATURES IN ST. JOHN’S TOMORROW, GETTING UP TO 26° ALONG THE SOUTHERN AVALON A BIT COOLER ON THE COAST, 16° THERE WITH A CHANCE OF DRIZZLE BUT AS YOU MOVE INLAND THOSE TEMPERATURES ARE GOING TO BUMP UP AS WE HEAD INTO THE CENTRAL AREA, 30° THIS IS REALLY WHERE IT’S GOING TO BE HOT TOMORROW AND WITH THAT HUMIDEX IT’S GOING TO FEEL MORE LIKE 35° AND ON THE WEST COAST, A LITTLE BIT COOLER BUT STILL QUITE WARM AND SOME FAIRLY STRONG WINDS AS WELL GUSTS ALONG THE COAST UP TO 70 TOMORROW IN THE STRAITS YOU CAN SEE MARY’S HARBOUR IS LOOKING AT A LOVELY DAY BUT THE SHOWERS CONTINUE IN CARTWRIGHT AND ALONG THAT PART OF THE COAST 5-10 mm OF RAIN THROUGHOUT THE DAY TOMORROW AS WELL AS FOR MAKKOVIK, 10-20 mm TOMORROW AND HAPPY VALLEY-GOOSE BAY A CHANCE OF THUNDERSHOWERS THERE ONCE AGAIN TOMORROW AND ANOTHER 5-10 mm OF RAIN SO A LITTLE BIT LATER I’LL HAVE A LOOK AT YOUR WEEKEND WEATHER >> Debbie: AREA M.P. GOODIE HUTCHINGS IS REACTING TO THE CONTROVERSY WESTERN BROOK POND TRAIL THE PATH INTO GROS MORNE’S FJ RORCH AREORD WAS CHANGED FROM A NARROW BOARDWALK TO A ROUGHLY FIVE-METRE GRAVEL ROAD IN A FACEBOOK POST HUTCHINGS SAID THAT THE OLD BOARDWALK WAS DETERIORATING AND MORE ECLOGICALLY DAMAGING THAN THE NEW TRAIL AND THE NEW MAY SEEM MORE VISUALLY INTRUCIVE, SHE SAID, BUT IT WAS MADE SO THAT WATER COULD PASS UNDERNEATH ACCORDING TO HUTCHINGS BEFORE NEXT SEASON PARKS CANADA PLANS TO REVEGETATE AROUND THE TRAIL SO IT BLENDS IN MORE WITH SURROUNDINGS NOW A REDEVELOPMENT OF THE TRAIL WAS PLANNED AND IT’S CARRIED OUT RESPONSIBLY WITH SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY IN MIND AND WILL ALLOW FOR VISITORS

OF ALL AGES AND ABILITIES TO EXPERIENCE THE AREA AND GOODIE HUTCHINGS CONTINUES, I’M LOOKING FORWARD TO EXPERIENCING THE FINISHED TRAIL NEXT SEASON (♪♪♪) >> WHAT THE STONE SAYS TO THE MEMORY OF MARY HALEY WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 22nd OF NOVEMBER, 1897, MAY SHE REST IN PEACE >> Anthony: UP NEXT IN PART THREE OF OUR POPULAR “DOWN AT THE LAKE SERIES,” THE CASE OF TWO CURIOUS HEADSTONES IN MOUNT CARMEL >> Debbie: WELCOME BACK, EVERYONE WHEN YOU THINK OF QUIDI VIDI LAKE MOST OF US THINK OF ROWING BUT THERE’S A LONG HISTORY OF OTHER SPORTS HAPPENING THERE EVEN ONE INVOLVES — LISTEN UP — A GREASY PIG >> Anthony: A GREASY PIG, NOT THE ROASTED KIND I ASSUME? >> Debbie: NO, VERY ALIVE >> Anthony: CBC IS DELVING INTO THE HISTORY OF QUIDI VIDI LAKE AS YOU KNOW IF YOU HAVE BEEN WATCHING IN THE LAST COUPLE NIGHTS AND THAT’S ONE OF THE STORIES THAT YOU’RE ABOUT TO HEAR IN OUR FOUR-PART SERIES “DOWN AT THE LAKE.” WE’LL BRING YOU THE TALES FROM THE WEST SIDE OF QUIDI VIDI NEAR MEMORIAL STADIUM (♪♪♪) >> Reporter: THEY SAY

EVENTUALLY EVERYBODY COMES TO QUIDI VIDI LAKE, SOME FOR SPORT, SOME FOREVER AND AS ALWAYS IN ST. JOHN’S WHERE YOU CAME FROM MATTERED, INCLUDING AT THE REGATTA ITSELF >> INITIALLY ALL OF THE ROWERS WOULD HAVE BEEN WORKING CLASS THESE WERE PEOPLE THAT, YOU KNOW, WERE WORKING DOWN IN ST. JOHN’S HARBOUR AND THESE WERE FISHERMEN THESE WERE PEOPLE WORKING IN THE TRADES AND THEY WANTED A DAY OF RELAXATION, A DAY OF LEISURE SO THIS IS WHERE THEY CAME BUT INITIALLY IT WAS ABOUT THE WORKERS, IT WAS THE WORKING MEN’S HOLIDAY SO IT WAS TRADITIONALLY ON A WEDNESDAY AND WEDNESDAY WAS THE DAY BECAUSE THE MERCHANT CLASSES DIDN’T MIND RELEASING THEIR STAFF ON A WEDNESDAY BECAUSE WEDNESDAY WAS ALWAYS THE DAY THAT YOU HAD A HALF DAY OFF ANYHOW SO, REALLY WHAT THEY WERE DOING NOW IS ONLY GIVING OVER THE REST OF THE DAY >> Reporter: BUT BEFORE THE BOATS EVER SLICED THESE WATERS, HORSES WERE RACING ON THE ICE THE OLDEST REFERENCE TO SPORT IN THIS PROVINCE IS AN ACCOUNT OF HORSE DRAWN SLEIGHS RACING ON THE FROZEN LAKE IN THE LATE 1700s IT WAS CALLED TILTING AND LATER ICE RACING AND THE PRACTICE CONTINUED WELL INTO THE 1940s NOW HORSES WEREN’T THE ONLY ANIMAL USED FOR SPORT AT THE LAKE HERE’S JOHNNY BURKE, THE BAIRD OF PRESCOTT STREET, ON THE GREASY PIG CONTEST IN 1912 >> BUT TO ADD TO THE DIFFICULTY OF RETAINING HIM, HE WAS CAREFULLY GREASED ALL OVER THE BODY AND LEGS AND AT A GIVEN SIGNAL HE WAS RELEASED AND WAS THE PRIZE OF ANY WHO COULD CAPTURE HIM SQUEALING AS ONLY A PIG CAN, HE RUSHED THROUGH THE CROWDS AND THEY WOULD TRY TO CAPTURE HIM WITH NO RESPECT TO PERSONS HE WOULD BOWL OVER, MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN >> Reporter: MEN WOULD ALSO TEST THEIR BALANCE IN ANOTHER TYPE OF CONTEST, SCUTTLING ALONG A GREASY POLE IF THEY REACHED THE END THERE WAS A PRIZE WAITING FOR THEM, A BAG OF FLOUR BUT A BIG SPORTING ATTRACTION ON THE LAKE WAS THE OPEN FIELD ON THE WESTSIDE IT WAS AND STILL IS USED FOR MATCHES OF ALL KINDS THE KING GEORGE VTH IS ONE OF THE OLDEST STANDING SOCCER STADIUMS IN NORTH AMERICA THE FIELD WELCOMED CHARLES AND DIANA IN 1983 >> PRINCESS AND CHARLES, HERE THEY ARE [Cheers and Applause] >> Reporter: THE MOST FAMOUS MATCH WAS HELD TWO YEARS LATER WHEN MORE THAN 13,000 FANS WATCHED CANADA BEAT HONDURAS TO QUALIFY FOR ITS FIRST AND SO FAR ONLY WORLD CUP CHALLENGE [Cheers and Applause] NEXT TO THE FIELD WAS MEMORIAL STADIUM BUILT AT THE END OF THE SECOND WORLD WAR >> THAT WAS TO REMEMBER THOSE THAT DIED IN FIRST WORLD WAR >> Reporter: MEMORIAL STADIUM WAS HOME TO SENIOR HOCKEY, THE ST. JOHN’S CAPS, AND LATER THE ST. JOHN’S MAPLE LEAFS AND ANYONE OVER A CERTAIN AGE IN ST. JOHN’S HAS A STORY TO TELL ABOUT A CONCERT THERE (♪♪♪) TINA TURNER, BOB DYLAN AND DAVID BOWIE OR THE TRAGICALLY HIP EVEN THE POPE MADE AN APPEARANCE THE DECISION TO TURN THE STADIUM INTO A GROCERY STORE DIVIDED RESIDENTS OF ST. JOHN’S IT ALSO STANDS AS THE DIVIDER BETWEEN TWO CEMETERIES, ONE CATHOLIC AND ONE ANGLICAN AND BOTH BEGAN IN THE SAME PLACE (♪♪♪) >> I FIRST SAW THOSE TWO GRAVES PROBABLY SOON AFTER WE MOVED IN HERE IN 1970 BECAUSE WE USED TO WALK THE GRAVEYARD AND THEN MY OWN PEOPLE ARE NOW BURIED HERE I HAVE A PLOT JUST ABOUT A HUNDRED FEET BEHIND ME HERE SO IT’S GOOD TO BE A SHORT WALK FOR ME WHEN MY TIME COMES >> Reporter: SHANE O’DAY FOUND THOSE HEADSTONES IN MOUNT CARMEL CEMETERY AND THEY’RE OLDER THAN THE GRAVEYARD ITSELF >> WHAT THE STONE SAYS TO THE MEMORY OF MARY HALEY WHOY DID PARTED THIS LIFE THE 22nd OF NOVEMBER, 1827, MAY SHE REST IN PEACE WELL, NOT A CEMETERY HERE 18 YEARS >> Reporter: THEY WERE PLACED ON LONG’S HILL IN A SITE THAT IS NOW THE PARKING LOT OF THE KIRK, THE ST. ANDREWS PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH IN 1846, AFTER A FIRE RAVAGED THE CITY A TYPHOID EPIDEMIC BROKE OUT >> THERE WAS A SENSE THAT THE BODIES IN THE GROUND, RAIN RUNNING THROUGH THEM, COULD LEECH OUT TYPHOID INTO THE GENERAL AIR OF THE TOWN >> Reporter: CEMETERIES IN THE CORE OF THE CITY WERE SHUTDOWN

AND SOME GRAVES IN THE LONG HILLS CEMETERY WERE DUG UP AND MOVED TO QUIDI VIDI LAKE, HEADSTONES AND ALL SOME WERE PLACED ON FOREST ROAD IN THE ANGLICAN CEMETERY AND OTHERS IN THE MOUNT CARMEL CEMETERY ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THE LAKE AS FOR THE IRISH PART OF THE CEMETERY IT’S NOW AT THE KIRK >> IT’S NOW BURIED IN HUNDREDS OF TONNES OF PRESBYTERIAN PARKING LOT KEEPING THE CATHOLIC SOULS WELL UNDERGROUND >> Reporter: TOMORROW IN OUR FINAL INSTALLMENT OF “DOWN AT THE LAKE,” THE NORTHSIDE OF QUIDI VIDI AND THE STORY OF AN ECCENTRIC VISIONARY >> I DON’T THINK THAT PEOPLE KNEW WHAT TO MAKE OF HIM HE WANTED EVERYTHING ELEGANT AND JUST SO (♪♪♪) >> Anthony: CAN’T WAIT FOR THE LAST INSTALLMENT >> Debbie: I’M SO ENJOYING THESE WONDERFUL, WONDERFUL >> Anthony: NOW AHEAD OF NEXT WEEK’S HISTORIC REGATTA CBC N.L WANTS YOU TO HAVE A CHANCE TO WIN A BEAUTIFUL POSTER >> Debbie: “MEMORIES AT THE LAKE” IS THE NAME OF THIS LIMITED EDITION POSTER BY JUDD HAINES AND ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS TO GO TO OUR CBC N.L. FACEBOOK PAGE AND POST YOUR FAVOURITE REGATTA PHOTO FROM YEARS GONE BY >> Anthony: AND THE DEADLINE IS NEXT WEEK, JULY 31st, THE DAY BEFORE THE REGATTA, IF ALL THINGS GO AS PLANNED WE’LL RANDOMLY PICK FIVE WINNERS SO SEND IN YOUR PHOTOS AND GOOD LUCK IT’S A BEAUTIFUL POSTER >> Reporter: 200 YEARS IS 200 REASONS TO CELEBRATE ON REGATTA DAY, CBC WILL BE LIVE FROM THE SHORES OF QUIDI VIDI LAKE THE ST. JOHN’S MORNING SHOW, CROSS TALK AND “ON THE GO” WILL ALL BE IN THE CROWD “HERE & NOW” IS A 90-MINUTE LIVE REGATTA DAY SPECIAL CBC LIVE FROM QUIDI VIDI FOR THE 200th ROYAL ST. JOHN’S REGATTA (♪♪♪) (♪♪♪) >> Anthony: THAT THE HOUR THE CITY OF ST. JOHN’S IS CONSIDERING PUBLIC RESPONSES TO A PLAN TO TURN RAWLINS CROSS INTO A ROUNDABOUT AND WE’LL MEET A DRIVER WHO SAYS THAT IT WON’T WORK >> PUT IN A REAL ROUNDABOUT >> Anthony: THAT’S NOT IN THE CITY’S VIDEO? >> YOU KNOW THAT VIDEO, WHAT I THINK OF THAT VIDEO? IT’S USELESS IS THE FIRST THING >> Anthony: AS YOU SAW EARLIER ON “HERE & NOW,” THE CITY OF ST. JOHN’S IS TAKING ADVICE FROM THE PUBLIC AT THIS HOUR ON ONE OF THE MOST PUZZLING INTERSECTIONS, RAWLINS CROSS THE CITY WANTS TO CONVERT THE SPIDER WEB OF STREETS INTO A ROUNDABOUT, BUT MANY CRITICS SAY THAT IT’S BEST TO LEAVE IT ALONE AND MAKE SIMPLE IMPROVEMENTS OR GET DRASTIC AND TEAR DOWN SOME

BUILDINGS I WENT FOR A DRIVE AROUND RAWLINS CROSS WHO HAS BEEN DRIVING FOR SEVERAL DECADES, TAXI DRIVER JOE WHITE (♪♪♪) GIVE ME YOUR TAKE ON RAWLINS CROSS >> FIRST OF ALL, I HAVE THE RIGHT-OF-WAY HERE AS YOU CAN SEE A LOT OF TIMES YOU SEE THE CARS SAILING THROUGH THIS INTERSECTION AND LEANING ON THEIR HORNS AND IN THE ROUNDABOUT, THERE’S TOO MANY THINGS IN THE WAY AND THEY NEED TO REMOVE THOSE THINGS IT’S CONVOLUTED INTERSECTION IF THEY DON’T DO SOMETHING WITH THE INTERSECTION AT RAWLINS CROSS THEY SHOULD DO IT RIGHT THERE TO LET PEOPLE KNOW THAT WE’RE COMING IN TO A THREE-WAY INTERSECTION TO RAWLINS CROSS I’LL GO OVER HERE NOW AND BACK DOWN AND COME UP PRESTON STREET TO SHOW YOU THERE’S A STOP SIGN RIGHT HERE THERE’S A SIGN THAT SAYS NO LEFTHAND TURN WHAT’S THE BIG DEAL? SO THERE’S NOTHING (indiscernible) AND THERE’S A YIELD SIGN RIGHT HERE SO I HAD TO SLOW DOWN FOR TRAFFIC AND NOW I HAVE A GREEN LIGHT AND THE PROBLEM IS THAT PEOPLE ARE RUNNING THE RED LIGHTS IF YOU RUN A RED LIGHT THAT HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH THE INTERSECTION, THAT’S THE IDIOT WHO RAN THE RED LIGHT >> Anthony: YEAH >> WE HAVE TO BE CAREFUL AROUND HERE AND THIS TRAFFIC BARRELS DOWN THIS ROAD AND NOW TO THIS SIDE OF THE INTERSECTION, YOU SEE ANY SIGNS? >> Anthony: NOPE >> NEITHER DO I? WHY IS THAT? BECAUSE THE SIGNS ARE TOO DAMNED SMALL, THEY HAVE TO MAKE THE SIGNS BIGGER YOU SEE A SIGN THERE? >> Anthony: NOPE >> BECAUSE THAT TRUCK WAS IN THE WAY >> Anthony: WHOSE YIELD SIGN IS THAT FOR? >> IT’S FOR ME BUT IT SHOULD BE LARGER AND PUT SOMETHING FLASHING SO YOU CAN SEE IT THIS GUY STOPPED AND WHERE IS THE SIGN THAT SAYS STOP? I GOT A YIELD SIGN, IS THAT MINE OR THE GUY COMING DOWN ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THE CROSS? I DON’T UNDERSTAND THAT >> Anthony: I’M AMAZING MORE THINGS DON’T HAPPEN HERE >> SEE, THE THING ABOUT IT IS THAT YOU CAN DO WHATEVER YOU WANT WITH THE INTERSECTIONS BUT THERE’S NOTHING TO DO WITH IDIOTS AND NOTHING THAT YOU CAN DO WITH THEM IF THEY’RE NOT GOING TO OBEY THE SIGNS WHAT’S THE POINT OF DOING IT AND THAT SIGN OFF QUEENS ROAD, THAT TRUCK IS IN THE WAY AND THE SIGN IS TOO LOW ON THE POLE AND THEY NEED TO PUT IT UP HIGHER AND MAKE IT LARGER AND PUT A FLASHING LIGHT THERE AND THAT WOULD FIX A LOT OF PROBLEMS AND THAT CAR CAME THROUGH AND THEY DON’T SEE THE YIELD SIGN AND THEY’LL GO THROUGH IT AND SOMEONE HAS TO GO DOWN PRESCOTT STREET AND THEY’LL GET BROADSIDED IT’S NOT BECAUSE OF THE INTERSECTION? NO, IT’S NOT THE SIGN IS NOT BIG ENOUGH AND YOU CAN’T SEE IT >> Anthony: AND IT HAS TWO MEANINGS DEPENDING WHERE YOU COME FROM AT THE END OF THE DAY WHAT HAS TO HAPPEN TO HAVE A GOOD ROUNDABOUT? >> THE ONLY SOLUTION IS TO TAKE THOSE BUILDINGS DOWN OVER THERE AND THIS BUILDING HERE AND THE ONE ACROSS FROM THAT ONE RUN BY THE CAFÉ AND MAKE THIS THING SO IT’S VISIBLE >> Anthony: SO KNOCK THEM ALL DOWN? >> FLATTEN THEM AND PUT IN A REAL ROUNDS DID ABOUT >> Anthony: THAT’S NOT IN THE CITY VIDEO! >> YOU KNOW WHAT I THINK OF THAT VIDEO? IT’S USELESS AND THEY SHOULD TRY TO GET A REFUND ON THE VIDEO AND REAPPLY FOR THE MONEY AND THEN WE STILL HAVE MONEY LEFT OVER >> Anthony: I DON’T THINK THAT THEY’LL GO FOR THAT BUD GOOD IDEA THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR YOUR TIME >> Debbie: HE DEFINITELY HAS OPINIONS ABOUT THAT INTERSECTION OR WHATEVER IT’S CALLED >> Anthony: WHATEVER IT WILL BE CALLED IT’S INTERESTING WHAT ADVICE THE CITY IS GOING BECAUSE THIS IS GOING ON DURING “HERE & NOW” AND PERHAPS WE’LL HAVE INTERESTING ADVICE FROM OTHER PEOPLE >> Debbie: PEOPLE HAVE THEIR FINGERS CROSSED THAT IT’S NOT GOING TO BE WORSE >> Anthony: YEAH, EXACTLY THE DEVIL YOU KNOW ON THE ROADS >> Debbie: WELL, IN OTHER NEWS NOW, SO MUCH RAIN HAS FALLEN IN THE NATION’S CAPITAL THAT THE LANDMARK RIDEAU CANAL IS OVERFLOWING IN DOWNTOWN OTTAWA WATER IS SPILLING RIGHT OVER THE CANAL BANKS RAINFALL WARNINGS ARE IN EFFECT IN PARTS OF THE EASTERN ONTARIO AND WESTERN QUÉBEC SOME AREAS COULD SEE AS MUCH AS 100 mm OF RAIN BY TONIGHT ALONG WITH THE RAIN AND THE HUMIDITY THERE’S ALSO A RISK OF THUNDERSTORMS RAIN AND HUMIDITY ARE ALSO IN THE FORECAST FOR TOMORROW AND FRIDAY >> Anthony: A NOVA SCOTIA WOMAN FED UP WITH FRAUDULENT PHONE CALLS HAS DECIDED TO FIGHT BACK SHE RECORDED A CONVERSATION WITH A SCAM ARTIST CLAIMING TO BE WITH CANADA REVENUE AGENCY AND AFTER A FEW MINUTES GOT HIM TO GIVE UP THE ACT THE CBC’S BRETT RUSKIN HAS MORE >> Reporter: THE RECORDING IS ONLY A COUPLE MINUTES LONG BUT IT GOES FROM THE SCAM ARTIST TRYING TO GET PERSONAL DETAILS FROM JESSE BERTHUME, THE WOMAN ON THE LINE, TO HAVING HIM ADMIT

THAT HE’S TRYING TO STEAL MONEY FROM HER SO HERE IS JESSE, AN ANTIGONISH RESIDENT, EXPLAINING WHY SHE WANTED TO TRY TO EXPOSE THE SCAM ARTIST >> I WAS REALLY ANGRY AT THE FACT THAT THESE PEOPLE ARE PROBABLY CALLING ELDERLY OR NEWCOMERS WHO HAVE NO IDEA WHAT’S GOING ON >> Reporter: SO HERE WE GO HERE IS THE CLIP AGAIN, THE SCAM ARTIST IS PRETENDING TO BE A CANADA REVENUE AGENCY EMPLOYEE AND WE PICK IT UP A COUPLE MINUTES INTO THE CALL >> LOOK, MAN LET’S BE HONEST, YOU’RE NOT A CANADA REVENUE AGENT LET’S JUST GET THAT STRAIGHT >> OKAY >> SO YOU AGREE? >> OKAY >> SO YOU’RE PULLING SCAMS ON PEOPLE >> YES >> YEAH DON’T YOU — CAN’T YOU FIGURE OUT HOW TO GO GET A JOB ON YOUR OWN? >> I’M TRYING TO DO THAT >> TRYING TO DO THAT SO IN THE MEANTIME YOU’RE STEALING FROM PEOPLE? >> IT IS NOT IN THE MEANTIME ACTUALLY, THAT’S MY WORK >> YOUR WORK IS TO STEAL FROM PEOPLE? >> YES >> WOW >> Reporter: SO AFTER THE CALL BERTHIAUME REPORTED THE INCIDENT TO THE RCMP AND IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO FIND OUT ORE DETAILS OR HEAR THE CALL IN ITS ENTIRETY VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT CBC.CA BRETT RUSKIN, CBC NEWS, HALIFAX (♪♪♪) (♪♪♪) >> Debbie: CALLING ALL BEER LOVERS QUIDI VIDI NEEDS YOUR BLUE BOTTLES THE BREWING COMPANY TOOK TO FACEBOOK LAST NIGHT WITH AN S.O.S >> Anthony: THEY’RE PLEADING WITH PEOPLE TO RETURN THEIR ICEBERG MINISTERS AND THEY DON’T HAVE ENOUGH >> Debbie: A COUPLE YOUNG PEOPLE TO INTRODUCE NOW OUR FIRST “ATHLETE OF THE DAY” IS 4-YEAR-OLD AVA SIMS FROM SPRINGDALE >> Anthony: SHE COMPLETED A SECOND YEAR OF FIGURE SKATING AND SHE JOINED WHEN SHE WAS JUST 2 >> Carolyn: WOW, CONGRATULATIONS, AVA AND OUR SECOND “ATHLETE OF THE DAY” IS BECCA LEAR FROM THE GOULDS >> Debbie: BECCA IS AN ATHLETIC 2-YEAR-OLD WHO LOVES TO PLAY BASEBALL AND BASKETBALL >> Anthony: WAY TO GO! (♪♪♪) (♪♪♪) >> Debbie: WE HAVE A LOT OF WEATHER TO GET TO WITH CAROLYN

BUT WE ALSO HAVE VIDEO TO SHOW A VISITOR TO THE SOUTHERN LABRADOR COMMUNITY OF L’ANSE AU LOUP >> Carolyn: THAT’S GORGEOUS! THIS VIDEO WAS TAKEN BY CONRAD LINSTEAD WHO POSTED IT TO HIS FACEBOOK PAGE >> Anthony: THE BELUGA, OF COURSE, BEAUTIFUL CREATURE AND AS YOU CAN TELL PRETTY FRIENDLY IT ANSWERS TO YOUR WHISTLE >> Debbie: BOATERS AND PEOPLE GENERALLY, THEY HAVE TO GIVE THEM A WIDE BERTH BECAUSE THEY’RE SO CURIOUS AND FRIENDLY >> Anthony: GORGEOUS KREEFTURE >> Carolyn: LOOK HOW CRYSTAL CLEAR THAT WATER IS TOO YOU CAN GET A GOOD LOOK >> Anthony: THAT’S NICE IT’S VERY CLOSE TO EVERYBODY >> Debbie: UM-HMM >> Anthony: SOME GO WHALE WATCHING AND SOME GO PEOPLE WATCHING >> Carolyn: AND IT LOOKS LIKE A REALLY NICE DAY TOO AND SO SOME GREAT TEMPERATURES IN THE PROVINCE AND ACROSS CANADA I’M GOING TO START WITH A LOOK AT SOME CURRENT TEMPERATURES RIGHT ACROSS CANADA 24° RIGHT NOW IN ST. JOHN’S 26° IN HALIFAX 25° INTO VANCOUVER SO SOME PRETTY WARM TEMPERATURES AT THE MOMENT RIGHT ACROSS THE BOARD AND ONCE AGAIN WE DO HAVE THIS RAINFALL WARNING IN EFFECT FOR THE HAPPY VALLEY-GOOSE BAY AREA RIGHT DOWN THROUGH THE SOUTHEAST COAST OF LABRADOR SO ANOTHER 15-30 mm OF RAIN EXPECTED THERE TONIGHT AND IT’S BEEN VERY RAINY THERE ALL DAY AND THAT’S GOING TO CONTINUE THIS EVENING AND ONCE AGAIN WE HAVE THIS HEAT WARMING IN PLACE FOR THE MAJORITY OF THE ISLAND AS WELL AS THE FOG ADVISORY FOR THE SOUTH COAST IF YOU’RE GOING TO BE DRIVING IN THAT AREA, ENVIRONMENT CANADA IS WARNING ABOUT SOME REALLY LOW VISIBILITY ALONG THE SOUTH COAST, ESPECIALLY IN THE MORNINGS AND IN THE EVENINGS SO AHEAD TONIGHT WE HAVE ALL OF THOSE SHOWERS THAT ARE PUSHING THROUGH LABRADOR MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES ON THE ISLAND A CHANCE OF SOME SHOWERS ON THE WEST COAST AND HERE’S A QUICK LOOK AT THE TEMPERATURES FOR TOMORROW 26° FOR ST. JOHN’S BUT IT’S GOING TO FEEL MUCH WARMER WITH THE HUMIDEX 30° FOR CENTRAL AREAS A CHANCE OF SOME DRIZZLE ALONG THE SOUTH COAST WITH ALL OF THAT FOGGY WEATHER THAT’S THERE AND IN CORNER BROOK, 28° AS THE HIGH TOMORROW WITH SOME FAIRLY STRONG WINDS THERE THROUGHOUT THE DAY ALONG THE COAST IN THROUGH LABRADOR A CHANCE OF THUNDERSHOWERS IN HAPPY VALLEY-GOOSE BAY TOMORROW AND ANOTHER 5-10 mm OF RAIN EXPECTED THERE AND ANOTHER 10-20 mm OF RAIN IN THE CARTWRIGHT AREA ALONG THE COAST THERE AND THE TEMPERATURES IN THE LOW 20s BUT NAIN, MY GOODNESS, VERY, VERY CHILLY THERE SOME COLD AIR IS KEEPING THINGS VERY COOL IN NAIN TOMORROW AS WE MOVE AHEAD THURSDAY NIGHT, YOU CAN SEE THE HEAVY SHOWERS THERE ALONG THE STRAITS THINGS ARE GOING TO GET REALLY WET AS WE HEAD INTO FRIDAY FOR THE ISLAND AND IT PUSHES OFF FROM LABRADOR AND WE CAN SEE IT ALONG THE WEST COAST AND ALONG THE SOUTH COAST THERE AND ST. JOHN’S COULD GET A BIT AS WELL ON SATURDAY AND A CHANCE OF SHOWERS FOR ST. JOHN’S, 25° AS THE HIGH AND A BETTER CHANCE FOR SHOWERS FOR THE REST OF THE ISLAND AND THE TEMPERATURES STAYING VERY, VERY WARM AS WELL AND IT’S 19° ALONG THE COAST THERE IN EASTERN LABRADOR WITH A CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND MOSTLY A CLOUDY DAY FOR WESTERN LABRADOR WITH THE CHANCE OF SHOWERS THERE SO FRIDAY AFTERNOON INTO SATURDAY LOTS OF SHOWERS ACROSS LABRADOR AND ALONG THE WEST COAST OF THE ISLAND AND THE SOUTH COAST THERE SO ST. JOHN’S, WE’RE LOOKING LIKE IT’S GOING TO BE MOSTLY A CLOUDY DAY ON SATURDAY, 22° IT’S GOING TO FEEL MUCH COOLER THAN IT’S FELT THIS WEEK FOR SURE A CHANCE OF SHOWERS IN CENTRAL AND ALONG THE WEST AND THE TEMPERATURES IN THE MID 20s THERE AND SHOWERS AS WELL FOR PRETTY MUCH ALL OF LABRADOR AND THE TEMPERATURES A BIT COOLER THAN WE HAVE SEEN LATELY SO THIS IS THE PICTURE FOR THE WEEKEND SATURDAY, CLOUDY, SUNDAY, A CHANCE OF THOSE SHOWERS MOVING INTO THE ST. JOHN’S AREA AND THE TEMPERATURES STAYING QUITE WARM AND THEN ON MONDAY, THINGS ARE CLEARING OFF AND A MIX OF SUN/CLOUD AND 24° HOPEFULLY THAT WILL STAY THERE AS WE HEAD INTO REGATTA DAY ON WEDNESDAY SOME WET WEATHER FOR CENTRAL AREAS THE WHOLE WEEKEND LONG AND THEN SOME CLOUDY SKIES AS WE GO INTO MONDAY FOR WESTERN NEWFOUNDLAND AS WELL AND THE NEXT FIVE DAYS LOOKING AT LOTS OF SHOWERS AS WELL AND SOME CLOUDY SKIES ON MONDAY AND FOR EASTERN LABRADOR, YEAH, YOU’RE JUST IN THE THICK OF IT WITH ALL OF THIS WET WEATHER FOR THE NEXT FEW DAYS SO I HOPE THAT YOU HAVE YOUR UMBRELLA READY BECAUSE YOU’LL NEED IT FOR SURE AS WELL AS IN WESTERN LABRADOR AND THE TEMPERATURES A BIT ON THE COOL SIDE IN THE LOW 20s THERE 19° ON SUNDAY FOR WESTERN PORTIONS OF LABRADOR WELL, THE WIND CERTAINLY HAS BEEN STRONG ALL DAY IN ST. JOHN’S AND THAT HAS KEPT THE ROWERS OFF THE POND THIS MORNING AND IT TURNS OUT THIS EVENING “HERE & NOW’S” JEREMY EATON IS LAKESIDE RIGHT NOW AND WE’LL GO TO HIM LIVE

SO, JEREMY, HOW IS IT LOOKING DOWN THERE NOW? >> Reporter: WELL, IT’S STILL PRETTY WINDY DOWN HERE AND I HOPE THAT MY HAIR IS HOLDING UP AND I HAVE HALF A BOTTLE OF PRODUCT IN HERE AND LAST NIGHT THE WIND WAS NO FRIEND OF THE OUTER COVE MEN’S TEAM EITHER SO AFTER THE M5 CREW POUT A SHOW HERE AT THE LAKE THE MEN’S TEAM WENT OUT TO TRY TO SEE IF THEY COULD BREAK THE UNOFFICIAL RECORD >> HERE WE GO! >> THE WINDS IN NEWFOUNDLAND, THEY WENT AGAINST US THE ROWING GODS ARE AGAINST US SO THE LAST THREE-QUARTERS OF THE POND WE WERE INTO THE WIND AND THE PACE SLOWLY CREPT UP SO ABOUT 8:55, WHICH IS ONE OF THE FASTEST TIMES EVER IN HISTORY, UNOFFICIALLY, OBVIOUSLY, IT WASN’T THE WHOLE REGATTA FARE, BUT IT WAS A TEST OF OUR FITNESS AND WE’RE HAPPY >> (indiscernible) [Cheers and Applause] >> IT’S NO SECRET THAT WE’D LIKE TO GO BELOW 8:50 BUT, I DON’T KNOW, WE’RE HAPPY WITH OUR ROW AND THE WIND CAME UP A LITTLE BIT AND WE’RE NOT TRYING TO MAKE EXCUSES BUT WE HAVE TO BE HAPPY WITH THAT, IT’S STILL A REALLY GOOD TIME >> GOOD RUN >> WOO-HOO! [Cheers and Applause] >> IT’S JUST A LOVE FOR THE SPORT AND COMPETITIVE SPIRIT AND THE TRAINING THAT YOU PUT INTO SOMETHING IT’S ALMOST LIKE YOU’RE ADDICTED TO THE TRAINING BUT FOR US IT’S JUST OUR COMMUNITY OF OUTER COVE AND WE’RE SO CLOSE TO THIS EVENT, THIS SPORT WE HAVE A LONG HISTORY WITH IT AND WE FEEL KIND OF LIKE A LOYALTY TO OUR COMMUNITY TO COME DOWN HERE AND TO PUT UP A TIME THAT EVERYBODY CAN BE PROUD OF IN THE REGATTA >> Reporter: SO MEN FROM THE OUTER COVE TEAM SAY THEY’LL USE LAST NIGHT’S ROW AS MOTIVATION TO TRY TO GO A LITTLE BIT FASTER ON REGATTA DAY ON WEDNESDAY NOW WHILE BOTH TEAMS PUT UP AMAZING TIMES LAST NIGHT NEITHER OF THEM ACTUALLY COUNTED WHAT REALLY MATTERS IS WHAT HAPPENS HERE ON THE WATER ON WEDNESDAY SO EVERYONE IS HOPING FOR A FLAT POND AND THAT THIS WIND THAT HAS BEEN BLOWING IN MY FACE ALL NIGHT IS A FAR, FAR, FAR AWAY FROM HERE LIVE FOR “HERE & NOW” I’M JEREMY EATON AT QUIDI VIDI AT THE LAKE >> Anthony: WELL, EXPERTS HAVE CALLED IT THE MOST IMPORTANT BOTANICAL FIND OF THE 20th CENTURY IT’S A PREHISTORIC TREE THAT WAS LONG THOUGHT TO BE EXTINCT BUT THERE’S ONE OF THESE SPECIES ON DISPLACE IN ST. JOHN’S >> Reporter: I LIKE TO CALL THIS A LIVING FOSSIL BECAUSE IT’S 90 MILLION YEARS OLD IF YOU’RE WONDERING WHAT DINOSAURS SNACKED ON BACK THEN IT MAY HAVE BEEN ONE OF THESE PINES FOR MANY YEARS EVERYONE THOUGHT THAT THEY HAD BEEN WIPED OUT ALONG WITH THE ANIMALS THAT ATE IT BUT 20 YEARS AGO WHEN SOMEONE WAS WANDERING THROUGH A REMOTE PART OF AUSTRALIA THEY FOUND A SMALL GROVE WITH JUST A FEW OF THESE TREES LIVING SO IN AN EFFORT TO PRESERVE IT THEY’VE TAKEN SAMPLES AND SENT THEM AROUND THE WORLD WHICH IS HOW IT ENDED UP HERE IN A GARDEN IN ST. JOHN’S AND AS MUCH AS WE NOW KNOW ABOUT THIS PLANT THERE’S STILL ONE MYSTERY — HOW DID IT MANAGE TO SURVIVE SO LONG WHEN SO MANY OTHER THINGS WERE WIPED OUT? >> IT’S A REALLY INTERESTING IDEA, THE FACT THAT THIS ONE PLANT OR THIS ONE GROUP OF PLANTS IN THIS SMALL REMOTE AREA WAS ABLE TO SURVIVE ALL OF THIS TIME WHEN THE OTHERS DISAPPEARED FOR SOME REASON >> Reporter: ONE THING THAT WILL WIPE OUT THIS TREE IS A LONG COLD NEWFOUNDLAND WINTER SO AS SOON AS THE TEMPERATURE STOPS TO DROP HERE THIS GUY IS HEADED BACK TO THE GREENHOUSE PETER COWAN, CBC NEWS, ST. JOHN’S (♪♪♪) >> Carolyn: LOOK AT THIS VIEWER PHOTO OF THE DAY WOW THAT’S PRETTY OMINOUS I’LL LET YOU KNOW WHERE IN THE PROVINCE THIS SHOT WAS TAKEN COMING UP NEXT >> Carolyn: WOW, THIS IS AN

AMAZING SHOT ANY GUESSES WHERE THIS COULD BE? >> Anthony: THAT’S STEPHEN KING COVE >> Carolyn: GOOD GUESS THIS WAS TAKEN IN TWILLINGATE >> Debbie: SO MANY INTERESTING — WEATHER PATTERNS >> Carolyn: A SHELF CLOUD THAT’S WHAT STEVEN PIERCE CALLED IT WHEN HE SENT THIS INTO OUR EMAIL ADDRESS AND I GOOGLED IT AND IT CERTAINLY DOES LOOK LIKE THE SHELF CLOUDS THAT ARE ONLINE >> Anthony: THE SHELVES IN TWILLINGATE ARE PRETTY BIG >> Debbie: THAT’S GORGEOUS, THANK YOU, STEVEN AND THAT’S OUR PROGRAMME FOR TONIGHT THANK YOU FOR BEING WITH US AND WE’LL SEE YOU TOMORROW >>

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