>> Anita: TONIGHT ON CBC VANCOUVER NEWS >> A DOCTOR, A LAWYER, INDIAN CHIEF, YOU DO WHATEVER YOU’RE BEST AT TO FIGHT THIS THING >> Mike: MARCHS IN SUPPORT THOUSANDS TAKE TO THE STREETS TO SHOW SOLIDARITY WITH THE LNG PIPELINE PROTEST ALSO >> IN THE NEXT TEN YEARS IT WILL BE REMARKABLE THE TRANSFORMATION >> Anita: FROM SPALL TO TALL IS SURREY ABOUT TO SHAKE SUBURB >> Mike: BRITISH COLUMBIA BURNING DID CLIMATE CHANGE AMPLIFY THE 2017 WILDFIRE SEASON? >> Announcer: THIS IS CBC VANCOUVER NEWS [ ♪♪♪ ] >> Anita: GOOD EVENING THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE RALLIED ACROSS THE COUNTRY TODAY IN SUPPORT OF INDIGENOUS ANTI-PIPELINE CAMPS IN NORTHERN BC >> Mike: THE PROTESTS SHOW A SUPPORT FOR 14 PEOPLE ARRESTED BY RCMP OFFICERS LAST NIGHT AT A FIRST NATIONS BLOCKADE NEAR HOUSTON AS THE CBC’S REPORTS RALLIES CAUSING TRAFFIC JAMS AND SHUTTING DOWN MAIN ROUTES FOR HOURS >> Reporter: BEGAN IN SMUDGING CEREMONY AND SONG BEFORE HUNDREDS WENT ON THE STREETS OF DOWNTOWN VANCOUVER >> WE’RE STANDING UP FOR WHAT WE BELIEVE >> Reporter: THIS RALLY IS ONE OF 60 EVENTS HELD ACROSS THE COUNTRY FOR SOLIDARITY IN WET’SUWET’EN PEOPLE THIS PEOPLE IS WET’SUWET’EN AFTER SEEING THE ARREST IN HOUSTON SHE FELT COMPELLED TO MARCH >> HEART BREAKING TO SEE WHAT THE GOING ON UP IN WET’SUWET’EN BECAUSE IT’S SOMETHING THAT SHOULD NOT BE HAPPENING HAVING TO TALK ABOUT RECONCILIATION FOR SO MANY YEARS, AND THEN HAVING TO GO THROUGH THIS NOT TOO LONG AFTER JUST TOO MUCH >> Reporter: AS THEY DRUMMED AND SANG THROUGH THE STREETS THE MARCHERS WANTED THE GOVERNMENT TO UNDERSTAND ITS FRUSTRATIONS SOME WERE STANDING UP FOR INDIGENOUS RIGHTS OTHERS WANT TO MOVE TOWARDS GREEN ENERGY CHIEF JUDY WILSON IS FROM THE NATION SHE SAYS THE ISSUE HIT HOME FOR HER A PIPELINE IS DESTINEDDED FOR HER TERRITORY IN THE SHUSWAP AND TODAY’S RALLY GAVE HER HOPE >> I CAN FEEL THE ENERGY IN THE RALLY AND DEEP COMMITMENT OF THE PEOPLE THIS IS ONLY A SMALL PERCENT OF THE PEOPLE THAT WANTED TO BE HERE TODAY >> INDIGENOUS RIGHTS MATTER >> Reporter: A FEW BLOCKS AWAY FROM DOUBT VANCOUVER OUTSIDE OF JUSTICE MINISTER JODY WILSON-RAYBOULD A SMALLER PROTEST WITH A SIMILAR MESSAGE >> IN MY OWN PROVINCE PEOPLE WHO LIVE ON LAND THAT SHOULD BE THEIRS ARE GIVEN NO FREEDOM TO CONTROL THE LAND THEY’RE ON AND THAT’S UNACCEPTABLE >> Reporter: OUTSIDE OF THE LEGISLATURE HUNDREDS MORE GATHERED >> SHAME ON CANADA SHAME ON CANADA >> Reporter: PROTESTORS CALLED FOR AN END TO FRACKING AND PIPELINE CONSTRUCTION AND THE RESPONSIBILITY WASN’T JUST LEFT TO THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT >> THE PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT SHOULD BE WORKING HAND IN HAND WITH THE PEOPLE AND REALLY DO SOME RECONCILIATION AND SOME CONSULTATION IN A REAL MANNER >> Reporter: BACK IN DOWNTOWN VANCOUVER, THE RALLY ENDED ON THE STEPS OF VICTORY SQUARE AND GRAND CHIEF STEWART PHILLIP PROCLAIMING THIS IS JUST THE BEGINNING >> WELCOME TO BATTLEGROUND BRITISH COLUMBIA >> Reporter: ORGANIZERS SAY MORE ACTION IS EXPECTED IN THE COMING DAYS. CBC NEWS, VANCOUVER >> Mike: ALONG WITH VANCOUVER RALLIES HELD ACROSS THE COUNTRY TODAY THOUSANDS STANDING IN SOLIDARITY WITH THE WET’SUWET’EN FIRST NATION HUNDREDS MARCHED FROM TORONTO CITY HALL THROUGH THE FINANCIAL DISTRICT GATHERING TO EXPRESS THEIR SUPPORT BY CHANTING IN FRONT OF THE PROVINCIAL LEGISLATURE SHOW OF SOLIDARITY FOR THOSE AT THE PROTEST CAMPS HERE IN BC MEANWHILE A LARGE TURN OUT ON PARLIAMENT HILL IN OTTAWA AND A HUNDRED PROTESTORS WALKING TO THE SITE OF AN INDIGENOUS CONFERENCE WHERE PRIME MINISTER TRUDEAU IS SCHEDULED TO SPEAK THEY ULTIMATELY HAD TO SWITCH VENUES AND IN CALGARY DUELING DEMONSTRATIONS AND DOZENS OF PEOPLE GATHERED FOR AND AGAINST THE PIPELINE BEING BUILT THEY HELD SIGNS OPPOSING ONE ANOTHER AS THEY CHANTED IN FRONT OF TRANSCANADA HEADQUARTERS

>> Anita: THERE WAS MORE TENSION NEAR THE SCENE OF YESTERDAY’S ARRESTS >> Mike: AS CBC RENEE FILIPPONE REPORTS WORK CREWS APPEARED TO ENTER AN AREA WHERE THE PIPELINE WILL BE BUILT >> SO THANKFUL THAT YOU CAN COME TOGETHER IN SUPPORT OF THE WET’SUWET’EN >> Reporter: FOR MANY THE FIGHT OVER PIPELINE IS FIGHT OVER CONTROL OF THEIR OWN TERRITORY >> NOT WHAT WE EXPECTED FROM CANADA >> Reporter: THIS HEREDITARY CHIEF IS ANGRY HOW THINGS WENT DOWN YESTERDAY >> WE HAVE A RIGHT TO STAND UP AND SAY NO AND THEY HAVE NO RIGHT TO LISTEN TO INDUSTRY ANDERED OHED IN TO TREAT THE PEOPLE THE WAY THEY DID >> YOU’RE TRESPASSING >> Reporter: IT WAS A CHAOTIC SCENE AND 14 PEOPLE TAKEN AWAY FROM A BLOCKADE IN HANDCUFFS AND MANY FLED TO ANOTHER CAMP THAT FALLS UNDER THE COURT INJUNCTION >> WE HAVE TO ENFORCE THE INJUNCTION AS OF SUPREME COURT OF BC >> THIS HAS BEEN VERY YOU KNOW DISCOURAGING. IT WAS A LAST RESORT >> Reporter: THIS SPOKES PERSON FOR THE PIPELINE COMPANY SAYS IT SPENT YEARS CONSULTING WITH FIRST NATIONS >> WE UNDERSTAND THERE ARE THOSE THAT DON’T SHARE OUR POINT OF VIEW BUT LIKE I SAID WE WANT TO ENSURE THAT ALL OF THOSE LINES OF COMMUNICATION REMAIN OPEN TO FIND A SOLUTION TO THE ISSUE AS SAFELY AND PEACEFULLY AS POSSIBLE >> Reporter: THE PIPELINE HAS BECOME A VERY DIVISIVE ISSUE WITH MANY HEREDITARY CHIEFS AGAINST IT AND THE ELECTED BAND COUNCIL BEHIND IT I SPOKE WITH THE ELECTED CHIEF OF THE WET’SUWET’EN FIRST NATION WHO SUPPORTS THE PIPELINE, BUT DECLINED AN INTERVIEW BECAUSE SHE SAYS SPEAKING OUT RIGHT NOW WOULD ONLY ADD FUEL TO THE FIRE THIS PIPELINE IS PART OF THE MASSIVE LNG CANADA PROJECT THE NATION IN KITIMAT SIGNED ON YEARS AGO THIS MLA WAS BAND CHIEF AGAIN >> SO OUR PEOPLE CAN GET EMPLOYED AND TRAINING AND HAVE A DIFFERENT FUTURE, YOU KNOW, IN CONTRAST TO WHAT I GREW UP IN [ CHEERS AND APPLAUSE ] >> Reporter: FOR THE PEOPLE HERE NO MATTER HOW BIG THE ECONOMIC BENEFIT, IT WILL NEVER BE WORTH IT RENEE FILIPPONE, CBC NEWS, SMITHERS BC >> Anita: LATER IN THE SHOW WE’LL HAVE MORE ON THE INDIGENOUS DIVIDE BETWEEN THOSE WHO SUPPORT THE PIPELINE AND THOSE WHO DON’T IT’S A LOOK AT HOW FIRST NATION COMMUNITIES OFTEN END UP SPLIT BETWEEN ELECTED COUNCILS AND HEREDITARY CHIEFS [ ♪♪♪ ] >> Anita: TOWER AFTER TOWER BC’S SECOND LARGEST CITY IS GETTING SET TO SEE A MAJOR SPIKE IN THE NUMBER OF HIGH-RISES GOING UP THIS YEAR >> Mike: AS SURREY GOES FROM SPRAWL TO TALL, WILL IT BE ENOUGH TO CHANGE THE CITY’S SUBURB STATUS OUR JESSE JOHNSTON REPORTS >> Reporter: THIS NEIGHBOURHOOD USED TO BE CALLED WALLY AND DEVELOPERS AND POLITICIANS NOW CALL IT CITY CENTRE IT’S NOT JUST THE NAME THAT IS CHANGING THE SKYLINE IS UNDERGOING A TRANSFORMATION TOO >> THERE IS QUITE A FEW IN THE PIPELINE I TALLIED ABOUT 40 HIGH-RISE PROJECTS AT THAT ARE EITHER UNDER CONSTRUCTION, HAVE BEEN APPROVED RECENTLY, OUR UNDER APPLICATION >> Reporter: HIGH-RISES HAVE BEEN POPPING UP IN SURREY CITY CENTRE FOR YEARS THIS IS NEW TERRITORY DOZENS OF PROPOSALS ALL AT ONCE, ALL TALL TOWERS >> YOU WILL REALLY SEE SURREY CITY CENTRE START TO TAKE OFF IN THE NEXT TWO TO FIVE YEARS AND IN THE NEXT TEN YEARS IT WILL BE, YEAH, REMARKABLE THE TRANSFORMATION >> Reporter: FOR YEARS, THE POLITICIANS AT CITY HALL HAVE BEEN TRYING TO CONVINCE THE REST OF METRO VANCOUVER THAT SURREY HAS OUTGROWN ITS STATUS AS A SUBURB BUT STILL EVERYWHERE YOU LOOK, THERE ARE SIGNS OF URBAN SPRAWL BUT NOW THE STRIP MALLS PART OF THE SURREY LANDSCAPE FOR SO LONG ARE STARTING TO DISAPPEAR >> THIS IS THE FIRST PHASE OF THE MASTER PLAN >> Reporter: ONE OF THOSE STRIP MALLS WAS RECENTLY BOUGHT UP BY ANTHOM PROPERTIES >> IN ENTIRETY THE SITE IS 1.8 MILLION SQUARE FEET OF BUILDABLE AND 8 BUILDINGS AND YOU’LL SEE THAT DEVELOP OVER TEN YEARS AS WE WORK THROUGH THE DESIGN AND APPROVALS >> Reporter: THE COMPANY’S PLAN FOR THIS SITE IS A MASSIVE DEPARTURE FROM THE VAST PARKING LOTS AND BIG BOX STORES THAT HAVE BEEN A STAPLE OF THIS AREA FOR DECADES. CHANGE IS COMING >> IT’S BIG. IT’S HUGE JUST LIKE THE REST OF SURREY IN THIS AREA IT’S GROWING IT’S REVITALIZING >> Reporter: AS DEVELOPERS TEAR DOWN WHAT ONCE STOOD HERE, THEY’RE TEARING DOWN WHAT WAS ONCE KNOWN AS WALLY AND THE TOWERS SPROUTING UP, THEY ARE WHAT IS CALLED CITY CENTRE WHETHER IT’S THE NAME OR THE SKYLINE, THIS IS A COMMUNITY THAT’S CHANGING AND IT’S CHANGING FAST JESSE JOHNSTON, CBC NEWS, SURREY >> Anita: WELL, HOUSING PROJECTS ARE GOING UP FAST IN OTHER PARTS OF SURREY, PEOPLE IN CLOVERDALE AND CLAYTON HEIGHTS ARE FIGHTING AGAINST THE GROWTH CLOVERDALE COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION IS CALLING ON A DEVELOPMENT FREEZE OF SORTS IT SAYS SO MANY PEOPLE HAVE MOVED IN OVER THE LAST FEW YEARS AND KIDS DON’T HAVE ANYWHERE TO GO FROM OVER CROWDED CLASSROOMS TO A LACK OF RECREATION SPACES AND PARKS, THE GROUP WANTS THE CITY

TO BUILD MORE INFRASTRUCTURE BEFORE BUILDING MORE HOUSES >> THERE’S A BIG PUSH FOR A POOL IN CLOVERDALE TO SERVE THE CLOVERDALE AND CLAYTON HEIGHTS AREA THERE’S THE ARENA WE HEARD IN THE PAST NOW THAT THE CITY HAS GONE AHEAD AND CANCELLED THE 1% LEVY OF ROAD MAINTENANCE THOUSANDEER LOOKING AT BIGGER ROAD ISSUES >> Anita: THE ASSOCIATION IS STILL WAITING FOR A RESPONSE TO A LETTER IT SENT TO THE MAYOR AND COUNCIL YESTERDAY >> Mike: TRANSLINK ANNOUNCED IT IS PARTNERING WITH SOME LOCAL RIDE SHARING COMPANIES TO TRY TO MAKE YOUR COMMUTE A LITTLE SMOOTHER TRANSIT WORKING IS WORKING TO SEE IF THEY CAN BUNDLE THE SERVICES STEMS FROM TRANSLINK OPEN INNOVATION CALL THAT INVITED BRITISH COLUMBIANS TO PUSH THE FUTURE IT COULD CREATE ALL INCLUSIVE PLATFORM >> YOU HAVE A SINGLE PLATFORM WITH A ONE STOP SHOP TO OPTIMIZE WHATEVER TRIP YOU’RE GOING TO TAKE ON ANY GIVEN DAY, THAT’S A GOOD THING IF THAT MEANS PART OF THAT TRIP IS GOING TO BE A TRANSLINK SERVICE AND PART OF THAT TRIP IS A SHARED CAR OR SHARED BIKE, I’M ALL FOR THAT >> Mike: THE IDEA WAS SELECTED FROM 90 SUBMISSIONS NO WORD YET ON WHEN IT COULD BE UP AND RUNNING [ ♪♪♪ ] >> Anita: THERE IS NEW INFORMATION TO SUGGEST HUMAN CAUSED CLIMATE CHANGE WAS THE DRIVING FORCE IN THE DEVASTATING 2017 WILDFIRES THE UVIC STUDY SAYS GLOBAL WARMING CAUSED UP TO 11 TIMES MORE DAMAGE THAN WHAT WOULD HAVE HAPPENED OTHERWISE 2017 IS ONE OF THE WORST WILDFIRE SEASONS ON RECORD 1.2MILLION HECTARES BURNED FORCING 65,000 PEOPLE FROM THEIR HOMES >>> AND CBC METEOROLOGIST JOHANNA WAGSTAFFE HAS BEEN GOING OVER THIS STUDY FOR US TODAY >> Mike: THIS ISN’T THE FIRST TIME WE’RE HEARING OF THIS AND I KNOW THAT RESEARCHERS IN THE PAST HAVE REFERENCED CLIMATE CHANGE IN BAD WILDFIRE SITUATIONS >> Johanna: IT’S TRUE WE KNOW THAT OUR SEASONS HAVE ALREADY SHIFTED BECAUSE OF CLIMATE CHANGE WE HAVE THE EVIDENCE THAT SHOWS OUR SUMMERS HERE IN BC ARE LONGER AND HOTTER AND DRYER THAN IN DECADES PAST WITH THIS NEW STUDY RECENTLY PUBLISHED DONE JOINTLY WITH ENVIRONMENT CANADA AND THE PACIFIC CLIMATE IMPACT CONSORTIUM OUT OF UVIC LOOKS AT IS THE 2017 WILDFIRE SEASON IN PARTICULAR THEY USED CLIMATE MODELING TO BASICALLY RUN TWO DIFFERENT SCENARIOS ONE WITH A REALISTIC AMOUNT OF CLIMATE — HUMAN-CAUSED CLIMATE CHANGE AND ONE WITH A MINIMAL AMOUNT OF IMHUMAN IMPACT AND THE RESULTS WERE QUITE STARK SHOWING THE SCENARIO USING HUMAN-CAUSEDDED CLIMATE CHANGE REALLY HAD QUITE THE RAMP UP IN NUMBERS THE AMPLIFICATION OF ALL OF THE FACTORS THAT LED TO THE SEASON WE SAW FOR EXAMPLE, THE TEMPERATURES IN 2017, 20 TIMES MORE LIKELY TO REACH THOSE KINDS OF NUMBERS THAN WITHOUT THE KIND OF HUMAN-CAUSED CLIMATE CHANGE THAT WE’RE SEEING TAKE A LISTEN TO THE LEAD RESEARCHER ONE OF THE RESEARCHERS PART OF THE PROJECT ON WHAT THIS MEANS FOR A BIG PICTURE >> THERE ARE MANY FACTORS THAT GO INTO ANY SPECIFIC EVENT LIKE THE 2017 WILDFIRE SEASON SO WE AREN’T TALKING ABOUT THE SPECIFIC EVENT AND THE SPECIFIC EVERYTHING THAT HAPPENED BUT MORE THE KEY FACTORS INVOLVED AND HOW THOSE HAVE BECOME MORE LIKELY THE HIGH TEMPERATURE AND THE EXTREME WILDFIRE RISK THAT IS MORE LIKELY BECAUSE OF HUMAN CAUSED CLIMATE CHANGE CANADIANS ARE ALREADY FEELING THE EFFECTS OF THIS >> Johanna: THE SCIENTISTS OF THAT REPORT CONCLUDED THAT THE TREND CONNECTING HUMAN CAUSED CLIMATE CHANGE AND AN INCREASE IN THE WILDFIRE SEASON IS ONE THAT WILL INTENSIFY WITHOUT ANY RAPID CHANGES AS YOU MENTIONED MIKE, THIS IS SOMETHING THAT WE’VE SEEN MORE AND MORE OF BUT THE FIRST STUDY REALLY CONNECTING THE SPECIFIC EVENT TO HUMAN-CAUSED CLIMATE CHANGE >> Anita: THANKS VERY MUCH JOHANNA >> Johanna: YOU’RE WELCOME >> Anita: JUST A REMINDER YOU CAN WATCH THE CBC NEWSCAST AT 6 ON THE WEBSITE CBC.CA/BC IF YOU ARE WATCHING FACEBOOK AND YOUTUBE YOU ARE WE ARE LIVE ALSO DURING THE COMMERCIAL BREAKS >> Mike: JUST A WEEK AFTER THE MAN DIED IN WEST VANCOUVER, THERE’S BEEN ANOTHER DEATH INVOLVING A CLOTHING DONATION BIN THIS TIME IN TORONTO MORE ON THAT COMING UP [ ♪♪♪ ] >> THINK OF THE NHL AS ONE OF

THOSE BUGS BUNNY CARTOONS IT DRAWS A LINE ACROSS THE DIRT AND IT YELLS AND SHOOTS OFF THE GUNS AND STEPS ACROSS DRAWS ANOTHER LINE SAM STEPS ACROSS DUGS DRAWS AND THEY SPIT A AND THE LAST TIME HE STEPS OVER A CLIFF >> THAT’S THE NHL PICTURE IN A NUTSHELL EXCEPT FOR ONE TINY DETAIL THIS TIME SAM AND BUGS ARE GOING OVER THE CLIFF YOU HAVE TO WONDER HOW MANY FANS GIVE A DARN EITHER WAY HOCKEY FANS HAVE BEEN A CONTINUING SORTS OF WONDER THROUGH THE MONTHS OF NAME CALLING AND DROP DEAD DATES THEY’VE BEEN DUMPED UPON AND LIED TO OR BRUSHED ASIDE BY BOTH SIDES AND STILL HUNG IN THERE HOPING AGAINST THERE WILL BE A HOCKEY SEASON THEY HAVE BEEN SUCH SHEEP THROUGH THE WHOLE THING THE WINE OF CHOICE IS WOOLITE AND THEIR PATIENT MUST BE WARNING THIN >> WE SAY IT WILL BE OKAY UNTIL THERE’S AN OLYMPICS AND CHAMPIONSHIP AND WE PUT THE FLAG AROUND THEM AND SAY THEY’RE OUR FLAGS IT’S RIDICULOUS THAT THE FUNDING FOR AMATEUR SPORT IS BEING CUT AT THE SAME TIME, THAT THE BUSINESSMEN, THE MILLIONAIRES ARE SAYING WE NEED MONEY >> I HAVE SEEN WAYNE WHEN HE HAD ONE TOO MANY BEAR HE GETS VERY GIGLY I’VE SEEN WITH THE BASEBALL CAP GOING GOOFY THINGS LIKE ANYBODY ELSE AND HE WOULD DO THOSE AMONG FRIENDS WOULDN’T DO THOSE THINGS IF HE WAS AT A — YOU KNOW, AT A BIG BROTHERS THING HE WOULD NEVER COME IN WITH BEAR ON HIS BREATH HE DOESN’T SMOKE YOU KNOW, HE — I ALWAYS TRY TO CAPS LATE IT SAYING HE HAS A GREAT SENSE OF THE RESPONSIBILITIES THAT GO WITH BEING WAYNE GRETZKY >> I BELIEVE THIS FIRMLY HE CAME FROM A SMALL FAMILY WITH SMALL TOWN VALUES AND JUST THOSE BEDROCK THERE ARE THINGS YOU DO AND THINGS YOU DON’T DO AND THOSE QUALITIES WERE INSTILLED NOT JUST IN WAYNE, BUT IN ALL THE KIDS >> Anita: QUITE A CAREER A LEGEND HERE IN BRITISH COLUMBIA FOR SURE JIM TAYLOR WAS >> Mike: ABSOLUTELY YOU LIKE THE NHL ONE >> Anita: LOVED IT NHL LOCK UP >> Mike: -A WONDERFUL GUY AND BRILLIANT WRITER AND I INTERVIEWED HIM A COUPLE TIMES AND ALWAYS ACCOMMODATING WHEN HE WAS WRITING FOR THE SUN THAT WOULD BE AFTERNOON PAPER IT WOULD BE JIM TAYLOR’S COLUMN >> Anita: HE WILL BE REMEMBERED FOR SURE WE’LL BE BACK IN A FEW MOMENTS [ ♪♪♪ ] >> OVER THE YEARS THOUSANDS OF AMERICANS HAVE BEEN BRUTALLY KILLED BY THOSE WHO ENTERED OUR COUNTRY THOUSANDS MORE LIVES WILL BE LOST IF WE DON’T ACT RIGHT NOW THIS IS A HUMANITARIAN CRISIS A CRISIS OF THE HEART AND A CRISIS OF THE SOUL >> Anita: THAT’S U.S. PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP ADDRESSING THE NATION LESS THAN 30 MINUTES AGO HIS SPEECH COMES THREE WEEKS INTO THE PARTIAL GOVERNMENT SHUT DOWN IN THE U.S >> Mike: WHITE HOUSE CONTINUING TO DEMAND FUNDING FOR MULTIMILLION DOLLAR WALL ON THE U.S. MEXICO BORDER. FOR MORE JOINED BY DAN BURRITT >> Reporter: IT WAS SHORT AND BLUNT PRESIDENT TRUMP HAS SUGGESTED THAT DECLARING A NATIONAL EMERGENCY THAT COULD ENABLE TO BYPASS CONGRESS AND BUILD THE WALL IS AN OPTION WITHOUT ITS APPROVAL THERE WAS NO MENTION OF THAT IN THE SPEECH TONIGHT HIS ADMINISTRATION CLAIMED THERE IS UNPRECEDENTED CRISIS AT THE U.S.-MEXICO BORDER BUT ILLEGAL CROSSINGS DROPPED IN RECENT YEARS HE CLAIMS THAT STEAL BARRIER IS NEEDED — STEEL SOMETHING HE CLAIMS THAT DEMOCRATS AGREED TO AND THE WALL WILL ALSO BE PAID FOR INDIRECTLY WITH THE GREAT NEW TRADE DEAL WITH MEXICO HE SAYS THE ONLY SOLUTION NOW IS TO GET THIS FUNDING ALMOST $6 BILLION LET’S HEAR FROM THE PRESIDENT NOW [ ♪♪♪ ] >> President Trump: ONLY SOLUTION IS FOR DEMOCRATS TO PASS THE SPENDING BILL THAT DEFENDS OR BORDERS AND REOPENS THE GOVERNMENT THIS SITUATION COULD BE SOLVED IN A 45-MINUTE MEETING I HAVE INVITED CONGRESSIONAL HEARD TO THE WHITE HOUSE TOMORROW TO GET THIS DONE >> Anita: DAN, THE IMPACT OF THE PARTIAL U.S. GOVERNMENT SHUT DOWN ISN’T JUST FELT IN THE STATES BUT ALSO HERE IN CANADA TALK ABOUT THAT HOW IS IT AFFECTING PEOPLE HERE? >> Reporter: ANYONE GOING TO AND FROM THE U.S. DELAYS OF BORDER SECURITY CHECK POINTS AND MORE SECURITY OFFICERS CALLED IN SICK NOT GETTING PAID

PEOPLE REQUESTING EASIER ACCESS IN AND OUT OF THE STATES THEY’RE RUNNING INTO DELAYS TOO THE FAMILY MANAGED TO CORRAL THE SCHEDULES TO ALL MAKE APPOINTMENTS TO GET THE NEXUS CARDS AT THE SAME TIME YESTERDAY DROVE FROM LANGLEY TO YVR TO GET THE TRUSTED TRAVELER CARDS. WHEN THEY GOT THERE THOUGH A LET DOWN >> THE CANADIAN SIDE COULD PERFORM THEIR INTERVIEWS BUT COULDN’T DO THE U.S. SIDE DUE TO SHUT DOWN >> WE WAITED QUITE A WHILE TO DO THIS TOOK TIME AWAY FROM WORK AND PAID FOR PARKING AND CAME HERE AND FOUND OUT WE’RE ONLY GETTING HALF OF THE PROCESS DONE WE HAVE TO COME BACK AND REDO THIS AGAIN >> Reporter: CBSA WARNED ABOUT THE DISRUPTION ON TWITTER IN THE MAIN STREET OFFICE AND NO SIMILAR SIGNS ON THE AIRPORT WHEN THE SHUT DOWN ENDS AMERICAN BORDER ARE EXPECTED TO HAVE BACKLOG OF APPLICATIONS AND THE FAMILY COULD WAIT A WHILE QUICK WRAP UP WHAT THE PRESIDENT SAID, DEMANDING A MEETING OF CONGRESSIONAL LEADERS TOMORROW WE WILL HAVE MORE FROM THE DEMOCRATS LATER TONIGHT AT 11 ANITA AND MIKE >> Anita: THANK YOU DAN [ ♪♪♪ ] >> Mike: JUST ABOUT A WEEK AFTER A MAN DIED IN WEST VANCOUVER GETTING TRAPPED IN A CLOTHING DONATION BIN IT HAPPENED AGAIN. THIS TIME IN TORONTO >> Anita: EARLY THIS MORNING A WOMAN DIED THE SAME WAY AND HER DEATH HAS ONCE AGAIN RENEWED CALLS FOR THE CHARITIES BEHIND THE BINS TO COME UP WITH A SAFER ALTERNATIVE ALI CHIASSON REPORTS >> I CAN ONLY IMAGINE THAT WAS NOT AN EASY DEATH >> Reporter: CHRYSTAL WAS HOMELESS AND BELIEVED TO BE ABOUT 34 YEARS OLD SHE WAS A REGULAR FACE AT SISTERING, A DROP IN SHELTER JUST AROUND THE CORNER >> WHEN I HEARD THE MORNING AND I WAS AT HOME AND I HEARD THAT SOMEONE HAD DIED, I HOPED AND HOPED AND HOPED IT WASN’T ONE OF OUR WOMEN BUT GIVEN THE LOCATION, I ASSUMED IT WAS >> I SAID TO HER I BET IT’S SOMEONE FROM SISTERING BECAUSE IT’S JUST AROUND THE CORNER >> YEAH >> SO OH, MY GOSH OH MY DEAR LORD I’M LIKE HOW DOES SOMEBODY DIE FROM THAT? HOW, YOU KNOW? >> Reporter: HER FRIEND SAYS SHE WAS GETTING CLOTHES FOR HERSELF WHEN SHE GOT STUCK IT HAS TO DO WITH THE CLOSING MECHANISM LET’S SAY YOU’RE PUTTING A BAG OF CLOTHES IN THE BIN YOU OPEN THE SLOT AND PLACE THE ITEMS IN THE TRAY THERE’S A PIECE OF METAL THAT’S SUPPOSED TO PREVENT SOMEONE FROM STICKING AN ARM IN BUT PEOPLE HAVE THEIR METHODS >> SHE WAS TO GO IN A DO NATION BOX SHE WOULD PROP THE DOOR IN SO SHE WOULDN’T GET STUCK IN IT >> Reporter: THE SLOT IS 2 METRES OFF THE GROUND IF THE PERSON’S WEIGHT SHIFTS THE TRAY ROTATES IN SUCH A WAY TO CRUSH THEM CHRYSTAL IS THE 8TH PERSON IN CANADA TO DIE LIKE THIS >> IS THIS THE BEST WAY TO COLLECT CLOTHING >> Reporter: TODAY LODGE CALLED REVIEW OF THIS STYLE OF DONATION BOX >> I THINK IT WAS EXTREMELY IMPORTANT THAT WE EXAMINE THE SAFETY OF THESE BOXES >> Reporter: LAST MONTH A 34-YEAR-OLD MAN DIED IN WEST VANCOUVER DONATION BIN ALL OF WHICH HAVE BEEN EARE MOVED LAST NOVEMBER 32-YEAR-OLD MAN WAS FOUND DEAD INSIDE A BIN IN CAMBRIDGE ONTARIO WHILE TORONTO MULLS OVER WHAT TO DO OVER SOME ADVOCATES HAVE CALLED DEATH TRAPS SHELTERS ARE WARNING SERVICE USERS — >> NOT TO GO INTO THE BINS AND REMINDING THEM THEY CAN GET WHATEVER SUPPLIES THEY NEED FROM CLOTHING TO TOILETRIES TO HYGIENE PRODUCTS, WE HAVE ALL OF THAT HERE >> Reporter: CHRYSTAL’S FRIENDS WILL REMEMBER HER SPIRIT >> SHE WAS A VERY BUBBLY PERSON LIKE I LOVED HER I STILL LOVE HER EVEN THOUGH SHE’S NOT HERE ANYMORE >> Reporter: ALI CHIASSON CBC NEWS TORONTO >> Mike: MEANWHILE THE CITY OF BURNABY IS ASKING ORGANIZATIONS TO STOP USING THE BINS ENTIRELY SENT OUT A LETTER YESTERDAY TO SEVERAL NON-PROFITS WITH THAT REQUEST CITY STAFF SAY THEY DON’T KNOW HOW MANY BINS ARE IN BURNABY BECAUSE WITH THE EXCEPTION OF THE CITY’S RECYCLING CENTRE, THE BINS AREN’T ALLOWED ON PUBLIC PROPERTY CITY YET TO GET A RESPONSE TO ANY OF THE LETTERS >> Anita: MAN CHARGEDDED IN LAST YEAR’S DEADLY HUMBOLDT BRONCOS CRASH PLEADED GUILTY TO ALL OF THE CHARGES AGAINST HIM >> Mike: AS THE CBC’S BONNIE ALLEN REPORTS TONIGHT JASKARIT SINGH SIDHU’S DECISION COMES AS A RELIEF FOR SOME OF THE VICTIMS’ FAMILIES >> Reporter: IT WAS OVER IN A MATTER OF MINUTES JASKARIT SINGH SIDHU STOOD UP IN COURT AND SAID FIVE WORDS “I PLEAD GUILTY YOUR HONOUR.” >> HIS LAWYER EXPLAINS WHY >> HE ADVISED ME I DON’T WANT TO MAKE THINGS ANY WORSE I CAN’T MAKE THEM BETTER I DON’T WANT TO MAKE THEM WORSE HAVING A TRIAL >> Reporter: SIDHU BLEW THROUGH A STOP SIGN COLLIDING WITH THE HUMBOLDT BRONCOS TEAM BUS >> HE WENT AND THE FAMILY TO KNOW HE’S DEVASTATED BY THE GRIEF HE CAUSED THEM HE’S OVERWHELMED BY THE EXPRESSIONS OF SYMPATHY AND

KINDNESS THAT SOME OF THE FAMILIES AND PLAYERS HAVE EXPRESSED TO HIM IN SPITE OF THE FACT THE GRIEF IS ENTIRELY HIS FAULT >> Reporter: SCOTT’S SON DIED AND HE CHOKED BACK TEARS >> SPEAKING OBJECT ACCOUNTABLE RESPONSIBILITY AND TO HEAR HIM USE HIS OWN WORDS TO PLEAD GUILTY, THAT’S POWERFUL POWERFUL FOR SURE >> Reporter: SIDHU DIDN’T HAVE TO PLEAD GUILTY HE COULD HAVE MOUNTED A DEFENCE CANADA’S CHIEF JUSTICE HAS SAID EVEN GOOD DRIVERS ARE OCCASIONALLY SUBJECT TO MOMENTARILY LAPSES OF ATTENTION DANGEROUS DRIVING CAUSING DEATH CARRIES MAXIMUM SENTENCE OF 14 YEARS IN PRISON TIME BEHIND BARS DOESN’T MATTER TO SCOTT THOMAS >> WHEN HE SAID GUILTY, TO ME, I HAVE MY CLOSURE IF HE SPENDS A DAY, IF HE SPENDS TEN YEARS TIME IS IRRELEVANT HE WAS GUILTY >> Reporter: TOM AND MICHELLE WANTS ASTHENIES THAT SENDS A MESSAGE THEIR SON RYAN WAS PARALYZED IN THE CRASH >> I DON’T WANT TOVILLE FIE HIM I WANT IT TO BE A LESSON LEARNED I DON’T THINK A SLAP ON THE WRIST IS NECESSARILY A WAY TO GO HOWEVER, I DON’T BELIEVE FUNDAMENTALLY HE’S THE ONLY ONE RESPONSIBLE >> Reporter: THE FAMILY WANT SEAT BELTS ON BUSES AND MANDATORY TRUCK DRIVER TRAINING >> THE HUMBOLDT BRONCOS HOCKEY TEAM ISSUED A STATEMENT COMMENDING SIDHU FOR TAKING RESPONSIBILITY AND SPARING SURVIVORS ANGUISH OF REHASHING THE TRAGEDY IN COURT BUT THAT WILL STILL HAPPEN DURING A FIVE DAY SENTENCING HEARING AT THE END OF JANUARY BONNIE ALLEN, CBC NEWS, MELFORT, SASKATCHEWAN >> Mike: AS YOU SAW EARLIER RALLIES HELD RIGHT ACROSS THE COUNTRY TODAY IN SUPPORT OF DAMAGE ANTI-PIPELINE CAMPS IN NORTHERN BC, COMING UP A CLOSURE LOOK AT WHY THIS DISPUTE IS HAPPENING NOW AND WHAT’S AT

STAKE STAY WITH US [ ♪♪♪ ] >> Anita: HERE ARE SOME OF THE STORIES WE’RE FOLLOWING AT CBC VANCOUVER NEWS AT 6 >> I TALLIED ABOUT 40 HIGH-RISE PROJECTS THAT ARE EITHER UNDER CONSTRUCTION, HAVE BEEN APPROVED RECENTLY, OR UNDER APPLICATION >> Mike: THIS COULD BE THE BUSIEST YEAR FOR HIGH-RISE DEVELOPMENT IN SURREY SOME ARE HOPING IT WILL BE ENOUGH TO HELP THE CITY LOSE ITS SUBURB STATUS PEOPLE IN CLOVERDALE AND PLAY CLAYTON HEIGHTS SAYING HOUSING IS OUTPACING INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT >> THEY ARE PROTECTING WHAT IS LEFT SO I WILL STAND UP WITH THEM WITH OUR BROTHERS AND SISTERS >> Anita: THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE MARCH ACROSS THE COUNTRY IN SUPPORT OF PEOPLE FROM A NORTHERN BC FIRST NATION WHO HAVE BEEN PRETENDING AN LNG COMPANY FROM ACCESSING THEIR TRADITIONAL TERRITORY THE RALLIES ACROSS THE COUNTRY COME A DAY AFTER RCMP ARRESTED 14 PEOPLE AT A BLOCKADE SOUTHWEST OF HOUSTON, BC [ ♪♪♪ ] >> Mike: WELL, DESPITE ALL THE SUPPORT FOR THE WET’SUWET’EN FIRST NATION, THERE ARE TWO MESSAGES EMERGING FROM THE BAND ITSELF >> Anita: OUR TANIA FLETCHER HAS MORE ON THE INDIGENOUS DIVIDE BETWEEN THOSE WHO SUPPORT AND THOSE WHO OPPOSE THE PIPELINE >> YOUNG MAN, GO BACK YOUNG MAN >> Reporter: THE SCENES ARE DRAMATIC HEADLINED BY A CLASH BETWEEN AND PROTESTORS BELOW THE SURFACE A MUCH DEEPER CONFLICT WITHIN THE INDIGENOUS COMMUNITY >> I THINK WE SEEING THE COMING TO THE OF A LOT OF ISSUES THAT HAVE BEEN KIND OF COMING TO THE FORE FOR A WHILE >> Reporter: AT THE HEART OF IT WHERE THE AUTHORITY LIES WHEN IT COMES TO CONSENT FOR THE COASTAL GASLINK PIPELINE TRANSCANADA SAYS 20 FIRST NATIONS ALONG THE ROUTE SIGNED AN AGREEMENT INCLUDING SEVERAL WET’SUWET’EN BANDS HOWEVER, THOSE DECISIONS WESTBOUND MADE BY ELECTED BAND COUNCILS, NOT THE HEREDITARY CHIEFS THEY CLAIM BAND COUNCIL ONLY HAS JURY DICTION OVER THE RESERVES ITSELF, NOT THE THOUSANDS OF KILOMETRES OF TRADITIONAL TERRITORY SO WHERE DOES IT STAND IN THE EYES OF THE LAW? IN THIS CASE, THE COURTS HAVE LEANED ON HISTORICAL CONTEXT >> IN THIS PARTICULAR SITUATION, WE HAVE DIRECTION FROM THE SUPREME COURT IN THE DECISION THAT THE NATION IS ORGANIZED AND GOVERNED THROUGH THE HEREDITARY SYSTEM >> Reporter: HEREDITARY LEADERS POINTED TO THE UNITED NATIONS DECLARATION ON THE RIGHTS OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLES THEY CITE ARTICLE 10 WHERE IT STATES INDIGENOUS PEOPLE SHALL NOT BE FORCIBLY REMOVED FROM THE LANDS OR TERRITORIES. THE COURTS REPEATEDLY ORDERED CONSULTATION WITH INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES >> SO IF WE HAVE A GROUP OF HEREDITARY LEADERS INCIDENTALLY SAYING THAT HASN’T BEEN FOLLOWED THAT’S A REALLY IMPORTANT THING THAT GOVERNMENTS SHOULD BE LISTENING TO >> Reporter: A COMPLEX ISSUE WITH NO EASY ANSWER AND AT LEAST FOR NOW, NO PEACEFUL SOLUTION TANIA FLETCHER CBC NEWS, VANCOUVER [ ♪♪♪ ] >> Anita: 6:31 ON THIS TUESDAY EVENING YOU’RE LOOKING AT A LIVE SHOT OF BC PLACE ALL LIT UP IN A NICE BLUE A COLD ONE OVERNIGHT AND WHILE CHANGE IS IN THE AIR, YOU MAY NOT LIKE IT

JOHANNA HAS THE FULL FORECAST NEXT [ ♪♪♪ ] >> Anita: I’M A LITTLE DISAPPOINTED >> Johanna: I THOUGHT YOU WOULD BE >> Anita: WE THOUGHT SNOW DID YOU SEE ANY FLAKES I DIDN’T >> Johanna: ONLY A FEW INSIDE METRO VANCOUVER SOME OF THE VALLEY AT SFU AND USUAL SUSPECTS >> Mike: NOT HAPPY WITH THAT >> Johanna: YOU HAVE TO BE ON THE ISLAND TO GET GOOD SNOW AND 5 CENTIMETRES INLAND WE SAW SNOW BUT SORT OF SUPPLY MATED BEFORE IT REACHED THE GROUND AND LEFT WITH THIS LET’S ME TAKE YOU THROUGH TIME LAPSE THIS MORNING AND GRAY MORNING AND LOOKED LIKE IT WANTED TO SNOW BUT IT WAS SO DRY THAT WHEN WE HAD THAT COOLER AIR MOVE IN OR THE I SHOULD SAY WETTER AIR MOVE IN TO THE COOLER ATMOSPHERE, IT, YEAH, REALLY DRIED UP BEFORE IT HIT THE GROUND JUST A FEW FLAKES ACROSS METRO VANCOUVER THERE WE GO STARTING THE RAIN AROUND 11:00 A.M. AND SEEING WET SNOW ON THE ISLAND AND SNOWFALL WARNINGS ARE IN PLACE AND TEMPERATURES WARMED UP AND 4 YVR AND 4 PITT MEADOWS AND WE HAD THE SPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT FOR METRO VANCOUVER IT HAS DROPPED EARLIER TODAY BUT SPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT FOR THAT RISK OF SOME WET SNOW I WAS TALKING TO KELOWNA RADIO THIS AFTERNOON AND THEY WERE LAUGHING AT US FOR THAT SPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT BUT JUST A COUPLE OF MESSY KILOMETRES IS ALL IT TAKES ON THE SOUTH COAST THAT’S WHAT WE SAW ACROSS THE MALAHAT ISLAND ON THE ISLAND AND PARTS OF THE SUNSHINE COAST AND WIND WARNING FOR HOWE SOUND AND OUT FLOW QUICKLY OVERTAKEN BY THE MILD AREA MOVING UP FROM THE SOUTH THIS IS THE STORM TOMORROW YOU CAN SEE THE CENTRE OF THE ALLOW OFFSHORE AND ACTING LIKE A PIN WHEEL IN THE NEXT 24 DAYS AND SENDING UP BANDS OF SHOWERS RATHER THAN A STEADY DAY OF RAIN IT WILL BE A SOGGY WEDNESDAY CERTAINLY AND THE RAIN WILL BE COMING IN IN ROUNDS. TAKING YOU THROUGH THE ZOA NIGHT AND PAUSING YOU AT 6:00 A.M. AND LINING UP WITH ONE OF THE ROUNDS OF RAIN IN THE COMMUTE SEE SOME BREAKS IN-BETWEEN THE RAIN THAT WILL SLIDE UP FROM THE SOUTH TOTALS GENERALLY BETWEEN 20 AND 30, 40 MILLIMETRES HIGHER AMOUNTS TOWARDS THE NORTH SHORE TEMPERATURES WILL ALSO STEADILY CLIMB AGAIN AS WE CONTINUE TO TAP INTO THAT SOUTHWESTERLY FLOW SHOWERS POSSIBLY TAPING OFF TOWARDS THE BACK END OF THE DAY WE’LL HIT THAT 8-DEGREE MARK AND FEEL WELL ALMOST TWICE AS WARM AS WE HIT TODAY RAINFALL TOTALS AS I MENTIONED HEAVIER TOWARDS THE NORTH SHORE WE’LL SEE MAYBE 20 TO 30 ACROSSMA THAT’S A PRETTY DECENT AMOUNT AND DEFINITELY A SOGGY ONE OUT THERE THERE IS THE CENTRE OF THE PIN WHEEL SLIDING UP THE COAST THROUGH TOMORROW SPREADING A LOT OF SNOW IN THE INTERIOR AND GENERALLY 2 TO 10 CENTIMETRES FOR MOST OF THE BC INTERIOR COUPLE OF CENTIMETRES UP TOWARDS STEWART AND PRINCE RUPERT OVERNIGHT TONIGHT AND COUPLE CENTIMETRES POSSIBLE AND SAME STORY OF WHISTLER AND KELOWNA LET’S GO BACK TO THE WARM AND SOGGY FORECAST AND HERE IS THE LONG RANGE AND WARMING BACK TO UP 9 FOR THURSDAY FRIDAY IS LOOKING LIKE A GOOD BREAK DAY AT THIS POINT MAINLY CLOUDY AND KEEP AN EYE ON THE SUNNY BREAKS NOT A BAD WEEKEND AT THIS POINT I THINK WE’LL SEE SHOWERS AND ALSO SEE SOME SUNSHINE SO NOT TOO SHABBY ALL IN ALL >> Mike: YEAH >> Anita: WE’LL TAKE IT >> Johanna: YOU HAVE TO TAKE IT >> Mike: NO SNOW HERE >> Johanna: I THOUGHT AT TBALE >> Anita: NEVER END >> Mike: LET’S GO TO THE OTHER COAST AND DOZENS OF SEALS IN A SMALL NEWFOUNDLAND TOWN AND RESIDENTS ARE LOOKING TO HELP THE ANIMALS STRANDED BUT CAN’T BECAUSE OF THE LAW THAT PROHIBITS THEM DOING SO >> Mike: SEALS HAVE BEEN SPOTTED IN AROUND THE TOWN AND SEEN IN THE GAS STATION AND CRAWLING INTO THE MIDDLE OF ROADS AND PEOPLE FEAR OF COURSE THE ANIMALS COULD BE HURT BY PASSING CARS OR SNOWMOBILES >> Anita: NEAR BY FROZEN BROOK MAY BE MAKING IT DIFFICULT FOR THE SEALS TO SWIM BACK TO THE OPEN OCEAN LOOK AT THAT THE FISHERIES DEPARTMENT IS

MONITORING THE SITUATION BUT IS REMINDING PEOPLE THAT IT IS ILLL AND DANGEROUS TO DISTURB A MARINE MAMMAL >> Mike: THE WESTJET FLIGHT HOME WAS CANCELLED BECAUSE OF MECHANICAL PROBLEMS BUT IT’S WHAT HAPPENED NEXT THAT REALLY LEFT PASSENGERS FUMING THAT’S COMING UP >> HI I’M AMY BELL HERE IS WHAT IS IN THE CBC VANCOUVER INBOX CBC VANCOUVER IS A PROUD SPONSOR OF THE PUSH INTERNATIONAL PERFORMING ARTS FESTIVAL EXPAND YOUR HORIZON AND CATCH GROUND BREAKING PERFORMANCES JANUARY 17TH TO FEBRUARY 3RD AND GET YOUR TICKETS AND JOIN CBC VANCOUVER ANITA BATHE AND DAN BURRITT AS THEY COHOST THE BIV TOP FORTY UNDER 40 AWARDS ON JANUARY 24TH FOR MORE ON THE EVENTS CHECK US OUT ONLINE [ ♪♪♪ ] >> Anita: U.S. DEMOCRATS HAVE RESPONDED TO PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP’S NATIONAL ADDRESS EARLIER THIS HOUR IN THAT ADDRESS HE MADE A PLEA TO THE AMERICAN PUBLIC ABOUT THE NEED FOR A BORDER WALL >> Mike: SPEAKER OF THE HOUSEMAN POLAR PLUNGE SAYS DEMOCRATS AGREE THE COUNTRY NEEDS TO SECURE ITS BORDER BUT ADDS IT CAN BE DONE BY THE INFRASTRUCTURE AND HIRING MORE PERSONNEL SHE SAYS TRUMP IS USING FEAR TO JUSTIFY THE PARTIAL GOVERNMENT SHUT DOWN THAT IS NOW INTO ITS THIRD WEEK >> THE FACT IS THAT WOMEN AND CHILDREN AT THE BORDER ARE NOT A SECURITY THREAT THEY ARE HUMANITARIAN CHALLENGE AND PRESIDENT TRUMP POLICIES DEEPENED THE FACT IS PRESIDENT TRUMP MUST STOP HOLDING AMERICAN PEOPLE HOSTAGED AND MANUFACTURING A CRISIS AND MUST REOPEN THE GOVERNMENT >> Anita: ONE CREW MEMBER ABOARD AN OIL TANKER THAT BURST INTO FLAMES JUST SOUTH OF HONG KONG IS DEAD AND TWO PEOPLE ARE MISSING MORE THAN 20 OTHERS HAVE BEEN RESCUED SO FAR WITNESSES REPORT A LOUD BLAST THAT RATTLEDDED WINDOWS SEVERAL KILOMETRES AWAY WHEN THE SHIP CAUGHT FIRE NOW, THE VESSEL BUILT IN 2010 AND SAILING UNDER A VIETNAMESE FLAG IS NOW ADRIFT LOGS SHOW IT HAD YOU HAVE LOADS MOST OF THE CARGO OF 6,000-TONS OF GASOLINE IN SOUTHERN CHINA IN THE PAST THREE YEARS >> Mike: KIM JONG-UN EMERGED ON THE WORLD STAGE ARRIVING FOR THE

FOUR DAY VISIT THE MOTORCADE WAS IN THE CITY AND THE TRIP WAS A SURPRISE AND NO OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENT ABOUT IT AND MADE THE JOURNEY BY TRAIN THE FOURTH VISIT TO CHINA IN A YEAR. AND AT FURTHER SPECULATION A SECOND SUMMIT WITH U.S. PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP ABOUT DENUCLEARIZATION MIGHT TAKE PLACE SOON TODAY ALSO HAPPENS TO BE KIM’S BIRTHDAY HIS ACT AGE SOMETHING OF A MYSTERY. BUT HE’S THOUGHT TO BE 36 >> Anita: AS YOU JUST HEARD KIM JONG-UN IS IN CHINA TONIGHT THOUGH DETAILS ABOUT WHAT HE’S DOING THERE ARE SCARCE >> Mike: CBC NEWS LEARNED ABOUT MORE SECRET TALKS THAT DELEGATION OF NORTH KOREA TRAVELLEDDED TO OTTAWA LAST FALL TO MEET WITH THE TRUDEAU GOVERNMENT. KATIE SIMPSON WITH THAT STORY [ speaking alternate LANGUAGE ] >> Reporter: NORTH KOREAN PROPAGANDA SHOWS IT’S NORMALLY RECLUSIVE LEADER HEADING OUT ON THE VERY PUBLIC TRIP TO CHINA KIM JONG-UN IS IN BEIJING FOR THREE DAYS OF PLANNING TALKS AHEAD OF ANOTHER ANTICIPATED SUMMIT WITH U.S. PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP THE ULTIMATE GOAL FOR THE WEST IS TO DENUCLEARIZE KIM’S ERRATIC REGIME AND CBC NEWS LEARNED CANADA QUIETLY SPENT TIME THIS FALL PUSHING THAT SAME MESSAGE >> I THINK IT’S ALWAYS POSITIVE WHEN CANADA ENGAGES ON THESE IMPORTANT ISSUES >> Reporter: GLOBAL AFFAIRS HOSTED FIVE NORTH KOREAN DIPLOMATICS FOR TWO DAYS OF RARE MEETINGS LAST SEPTEMBER A GOVERNMENT SOURCE SAYS CANADIAN BUREAUCRATS USED THE FACE TO FACE TALKS TO PROMOTE DENUCLEARIZATION AND HUMAN RIGHTS NO TALKS ARE PLANNED CANADA WILL NOT TRY TO REESTABLISH NORMAL DIPLOMATIC TIES >> I EXPECT IN THE BIG PICTURE CANADA ABILITY TO MOVE MOUNTAINS IS LIMITED TO SAY THE LEAST >> Reporter: CANADA SEVERED THE DIPLOMATIC RELATIONSHIP WITH NORTH KOREA IN 2010 BLAMED FOR THE DEADLY SINKING OF A SOUTH KOREAN WARSHIP SINCE THEN KIM TERRIFIED THE WORLD WITH NUCLEAR WEAPONS TESTS AND THREATS OF VIOLENCE BUT IF CANADA WANTS TO BE A PART OF THE SOLUTION, FORMER DIPLOMATICS ARGUE IT MUST FURTHER REOPEN LINES OF COMMUNICATION >> IF WE DON’T SEE FOR OURSELVES THAT MEANS WE HAVE TO RELY ON OTHER PEOPLE TELLING US WHAT IS HAPPENING AND THAT’S — HEY, WE’RE G7 COUNTRY >> Reporter: THE GOVERNMENT WON’T SAY WHAT NORTH KOREA WANTED OUT OF THE MEETINGS OR WHETHER IT BELIEVES IF CANADA’S MESSAGE WAS EVEN DELIVERED TO THE SUPREME LEADER HIMSELF KATIE SIMPSON, CBC NEWS OTTAWA >> Mike: SO MANY PROTESTS BEING HELD ACROSS THE COUNTRY TODAY IN SUPPORT OF THE BC FIRST NATION, THE ONE THAT WAS PERHAPS THE MOST DIRECT IMPACT TODAY WAS AIMED AS THE PRIME MINISTER >> Anita: AS DAVID COCHRANE TELLS US IT PUSHES JUSTIN TRUDEAU’S MEETING WITH INDIGENOUS LEADERS TO A DIFFERENT VENUE ALL TOGETHER >> Reporter: A MEETING ABOUT RECONCILIATION DERAILED BY AN ACT OF RESISTANCE >> WE CAN’T KEEP DOING THIS YOU EITHER RESPECT US OR YOU DON’T AND THERE IS NO FINE LINE BETWEEN US >> Reporter: DOZENS OF PROTESTORS BOTH ANTI- PIPELINE AND PRO INDIGENOUS RIGHTS PUSHED THEIR WAY PAST SECURITY AND OCCUPIED OTTAWA’S OLD CITY HALL TO PROTEST A PIPELINE IN BRITISH COLUMBIA >> GO THROUGH THE DOORS >> Reporter: THEY MARCHED HERE FROM PARLIAMENT HILL A DISPLAY OF THE PROBLEMS THE PRIME MINISTER WILL FACE AS HE TRIES TO BUILD A PIPELINE OF HIS OWN [ ♪♪♪ ] THE OCCUPATION FORCED THE HASTY RELOCATION OF JUSTIN TRUDEAU’S MEETING WITH FIRST NATION LEADERS TO A SEPARATE GOVERNMENT BUILDING ACROSS THE DOWNTOWN >> Rt. Hon. Justin Trudeau: THIS IS AN IMPORTANT MEETING FOR ME AND I KNOW FOR ALL OF YOU AS WELL >> Reporter: TRUDEAU HAS MADE IMPROVED RELATIONS WITH INDIGENOUS PEOPLE, A CORE PRIORITY OF HIS GOVERNMENT THERE ARE STILL MANY HURTLED TO OVERCOME AND MANY CHALLENGES WE WILL WORK ON TOGETHER BUT YOU KNOW THAT IN THIS GOVERNMENT, YOU HAVE A PARTNER >> Reporter: BUT HE’S ALSO MADE THE TRANSMOUNTAIN PIPELINE A CORE PRIORITY THAT MANY FIRST NATIONS OPPOSE SO THE IMAGES OF THE RCMP PUSHING THROUGH A BARRICADE BUILT BY ELDERS IS A PROBLEM >> HE KEEPS SAYING HE WILL LIKE RECONCILE WITH US, BUT THAT’S JUST A BOLDFACE LIE TO ME TO EVERY ONE >> Reporter: THIS DEMONSTRATION IS ABOUT ONE PIPELINE IN ONE PROVINCE BUT THE DEBATE IS NATIONAL PRO PIPELINE PROTESTS HAVE BEEN HAPPENING ALL OVER WESTERN CANADA UNCIAL TO GET THEIR OIL TO MARKET, THESE TRUCKS PROMISED TO DELIVER ANGER TO OTTAWA AS SOON AS NEXT MONTH TODAY’S PROTESTS MADE THE FAULT LINES MORE APPARENT AND THE TENSIONS MORE EVIDENT WHEN IT COMES TO BUILDING A PIPELINE IN CANADA DAVID COCHRANE, CBC NEWS, OTTAWA >> Anita: SOME WESTJET PASSENGERS SAY THEY FELT ABANDONED BY THE AIRLINE AS THEY WAITED FOR THEIR FLIGHT FROM CANCUN TO OTTAWA >> Mike: IT WAS SUPPOSED TO

LEAVE SATURDAY BUT WAS CANCELLED AFTER SPENDING MORE THAN FOUR HOURS ON THE TARMAC WHAT HAPPENED NEXT LEFT TRAVELERS FUMING ROBIN MILLER REPORTS >> PLEASE HELP US PLEASE HELP US OF >> Reporter: A PASSENGER TOOK THIS VIDEO AFTER HE AND ABOUT 130 OTHERS WERE DROPPED OFF AT A HOTEL IN DOWNTOWN CANCUN THE WESTJET FLIGHT THEY WERE SUPPOSED TO TAKE WAS CANCELLED BECAUSE OF A MECHANICAL ISSUE WHEN THEY ARRIVED AT THE HOTEL PASSENGERS SAY STAFF THERE ADD NO IDEA THEY WERE COMING >> PANIC DID SET IN WHEN THE BUS LEFT AND WE REALIZED THERE WAS NO RESERVATIONS AND NO INFORMATION ABOUT FORTHCOMING NEXT STEPS >> Reporter: MANY THEN PAID OUT OF POCKET FOR OTHER ACCOMMODATION INCLUDING THIS MAN. HE’S HOME AFTER A WEEK LONG HOLIDAY WITH HIS FAMILY BUT SAYS THE END OF THE VACATION WAS ANYTHING BUT RELAXING >> I CAN TELL YOU ALL NEVER STEP ON WESTJET PLANE EVER AGAIN LIKE, THERE’S NO CHANCE I’M GETTING IN ANY SITUATION THEY LOST MY BUSINESS FOREVER >> Reporter: HE SAYS IT ALL STARTED WITH LENGTHY DELAYS ON THE TARMAC WITH NO FOOD AND LITTLE WATER >> TECHNICAL ISSUES HAPPEN WITH AIRPLANES IT’S EVERYTHING THAT HAPPENED AFTERWARDS THAT REALLY TOOK THIS TO A DIFFERENT LEVEL >> Reporter: A SPOKES PERSON FOR WESTJET SAYS THE COMPANY FAILED PASSENGERS AND IS NOW INVESTIGATING WHAT WENT WRONG >> WE USUALLY GET THIS RIGHT AND IN THIS PARTICULAR INSTANCE WE DID NOT OUR PROVIDER DID NOT WE ARE LOOKING AT WHY THAT WAS THE CASE BECAUSE WE DID LEAVE PEOPLE WITHOUT HOTEL ROOMS IT WAS OUR FULL INTENTION TO PROVIDE THOSE ROOMS. WE WERE UNDER THE IMPRESSION THAT AS WE PUT PEOPLE ON BUSES WE WERE SENDING THEM TO HOTELS AND ACCOMMODATIONS THAT HAD ROOM FOR THEM >> Reporter: THIS IS AN OTTAWA LAWYER AND ALSO ON THE FLIGHT HE THINKS WESTJET WAS NEGLIGENT >> WESTJET ABANDONED ITS PASSENGERS IN A PARKING LOT IN MEXICO THEY SHOWED NO REGARD FOR THEIR PASSENGERS’ SAFETY KIDS WERE SICK KIDS WERE CRYING PEOPLE WERE SCARED PEOPLE DIDN’T THOUGH WHAT WAS HAPPENING >> Reporter: IN DECEMBER, THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT UNVEILED ITS LONG AWAITED AIR PASSENGER BILL OF RIGHTS WHILE THE PROPOSED RULES MAY HAVE APPLIED TO CERTAIN ASPECTS OF THIS SITUATION, IT’S UNCLEAR HOW BIG OF A DIFFERENCE IT MIGHT HAVE MADE CBC NEWS, OTTAWA >> Anita: CANADA’S FOOD GUIDE IS ABOUT TO GET ITS FIRST OVERALL IN MORE THAN A DECADE >> Mike: FOR MANY YEARS POLITICS AND INDUSTRY LOBBYING OVERSHADOWED THE SCIENCE BEHIND IT >> Reporter: THE ORIGINAL PURPOSE OF CANADA’S FOOD GUIDE WAS TO BATTEN UNSOLDIERS TO FIGHT IN WORLD WAR II >> MEN IN THE ARMY IS AS GOOD AS THE FOOD HE EATS >> Reporter: THE CANADA FOOD GUIDE HAS BEEN UP DATED 7 TIMES BY LOBBYING OF FOOD PRODUCERS AND EACH COMPETING FOR PROMINENT PLACE ON THE FOOD GUIDE RAINBOW >> THE FIRST INDUSTRY INFLUENCE WAS THE MILK INDUSTRY CALLING FOR HIGHER SERVINGS OF MILK >> Reporter: IN 1993 HEALTH CANADA INCREASED RECOMMENDED SERVINGS OF MEAT AND DAIRY IN RESPONSE TO INDUSTRY PRESSURE >> THE OUT CRY WAS ENOUGH TO MAKE ONE THINK THAT THE FOUR FOOT GROUPS SHOULD BE RENAMED THE FOUR LOBLY GROUPS >> Reporter: ALL OF THAT BACK ROOM LOBBYING HURT THE FOOD GUIDE’S CREDIBILITY ACCORDING TO HEALTH CANADA’S OWN RESEARCH THERE REMAINS A PERCEPTION THAT FOOD INDUSTRY REPRESENTATIVES EXERTED INFLUENCE ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE RECOMMENDATIONS IN THE FOOD GUIDE SO HEALTH CANADA HAS MADE A POINT OF BEING MORE TRANSPARENT AS IT UP DATES THE DOCUMENT FOR THE FIRST TIME IN 12 YEARS THIS TIME OFFICIALS DRAFTING THE NEW FOOD GUIDE WILL NOT BE MEETING WITH REPRESENTATIVES FROM FOOD AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY >> IT SHOULD BE A SCIENCE HEALTH DOCUMENT AND IT HAS POLITICIZED BECAUSE THERE IS A LOT AT STAKE >> Reporter: ANTI-POVERTY ACTIVISTS PARTICIPATEED IN THE ONLINE CONSULTATIONS AND STILL CONCERNED ABOUT INDUSTRY INFLUENCE >> WE HAVE A FOOD SYSTEM THAT IS VERY FOCUSED ON SALES AND PROFITS AND THE FOOD THAT IS OFTEN PRODUCED TO THAT FOOD SYSTEM IS NOT GOOD FOR OUR HEALTH >> Reporter: WHEN IT FINALLY COMES OUT, CANADIANS MIGHT NOT RECOGNIZE THE NEW FOOD GUIDE TESTS CONCEPTS BEING CIRCULATED REVEAL THAT THE FAMILIAR FOUR FOOD GROUPS ARE GONE INSTEAD THERE WILL BE A GENERAL GUIDE TO GET PROTEIN FROM VARIOUS SOURCES ESPECIALLY PLANTS AND TO EAT LOTS FRUITS AND VEGETABLES AND WHOLE GRAINS THE FOOD GUIDE WILL OFFER BEHAVIOUR TIPS EAT WITH OTHERS AND ENJOY YOUR FOOD AND COOK MANY MANY CANADIANS DON’T HAVE THE TIME OR BUDGET TO PREPARE HEALTHY MEALS REGARDLESS OF THE FOOD GUIDE’S ADVICE >> THE PEOPLE WHO REALLY — THAT THE FOOD GUIDE IS AIMED AT ARE PEOPLE WHO ARE ALREADY STRUGGLING TO MAKE ENDS MEET AND SO THE IMPORTANCE PLACED ON THE FOOD GUIDE IS PERHAPS MISPLACED >> Reporter: WHEN WILL CANADIANS GET TO SEE THE NEW FOOD GUIDE? THERE’S NO FIRM DATE SET BUT HEALTH CANADA SAYS IT WILL

BE UNVEILED SOME TIME IN THE NEXT FEW MONTHS CBC NEWS TORONTO >> Anita: THE OPENING OF ART EXHIBIT SHOW CASING WORKS RELATED TO HIV WHY ONE OF THE ARTISTS WHO IS LIVING WITH THE VIRUS SAYS IT’S IMPORTANT TO SHOW CASE VANCOUVER’S ROLE [ ♪♪♪ ] >> Mike: TRIBUTES CONTINUE TO POUR IN TONIGHT FOR ONE OF OUR PROVINCE’S BEST KNOWN SPORTS JOURNALISTS >> Johanna: THAT’S RIGHT BRITISH COLUMBIANS ARE REMEMBERING JIM TAYLOR WHO DIED YESTERDAY AT THE AGE OF 82 TAYLOR SPENT DECADES WRITING COLUMNS FOR VANCOUVER SUN AND THE PROVINCE HE APPEARED ON TELEVISION AND THE RADIO AND PUBLISHED MORE THAN A DOZEN BOOKS >> Anita: HE COVERED WAYNE GRETZKY AND RICK HANSON AND THE 1972 CANADA-RUSSIA SUMMIT SERIES WAS INDUCTED INTO THE BC SPORTS HALL OF FAME IN 2005 OUR REPORTER KAREN LARSON KNEW HIM FROM COVERING BC SPORTS HERE IS WHAT SHE WILL REMEMBER TONIGHT >> I WILL REMEMBER HIS WRITING HE WAS HEAD AND SHOULDERS ABOVE MOST SPORTS WRITERS MYSELF INCLUDED JUST AN EXCELLENT WIT AND VERY FUNNY MAN AND A VERY SHARP PEN AS WELL HE COULD TAKE ANYONE ON AND DO IT IN A HUMOROUS WAY AS A READER YOUNG KID GROWING UP WHO LIKES SPORTS AND LIKED READING SPORTS HE IS WHO YOU LOOKED FOR IN THE SPORTS PAGES WHEN THE NEWSPAPER ARRIVED IN THE MORNING >> Mike: WONDERFUL GUY FOR SURE >> Anita: MADE HIS MARK VANCOUVER’S FIRST PUBLIC ART EXHIBIT IN DECADES ON HIV AND AIDS OPENS TONIGHT >> Mike: FEATURES WORKS BY PROMINENT ARTISTS LIVING WITH HIV I SPOKE WITH ONE OF THEM THIS AFTERNOON AT HIS VANCOUVER STUDIO SO TELL US ABOUT THIS EXHIBIT >> THIS EXHIBIT IS THE FIRST ONE TO HAVE HAPPENED THAT RELATES TO HIV IN ABOUT 20 YEARS IT’S VANCOUVER ARTISTS PRIMARILY THAT HAVE COME TOGETHER AND EXPRESSED THEIR EXPERIENCE IT’S A GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR PEOPLE TO SHOW THE NET RESULT OF ALL SIGNS THAT HAVE BEEN KEEPING THEM ALIVE >> Mike: THERE IS TREMENDOUS RESEARCH DONE AT THE LOCAL LEVEL WITH RESPECT TO HIV AIDSES IS IT FAIR TO SAY THAT THE ISSUE HAS BEEN KIND OF ON THE SIDE LINES FOR A WHILE? >> I THINK THE ISSUE HAS BEEN PUSHED OFF TO THE SIDE I THINK PEOPLE ARE OF THE MIND THAT IT’S RATHER PAST TENSE AND THAT WE HAVE OTHER THINGS TO THINKABILITY A BUT IF WE DON’T ACTUALLY KEEP THE PRESSURE ON CONTROLLING THE SPREAD OF THE VIRUS WE WILL NOT

GET AHEAD OF IT >> Mike: TALK ABOUT YOUR PIECE >> OVER THE COURSE OF 30 YEARS OF DEALING WITH HIV, I’VE ACCUMULATED A LOT OF PILL BOTTLES AND ON IN THE TREATMENT RATHER THAN JUST THROWING THEM AWAY, I INCORPORATED THEM INTO A SERIES OF SELF PORTFOLIO MANAGER T TRAUMA CENTRES THAT KIND OF DESCRIBE MY VARIOUS STAGES OF DEVELOPMENT IN DEALING WITH HIV SO THE PIECE THAT I CONTRIBUTED IS A SELF PORTRAIT CALLED TOUGH TO KILL BECAUSE I AM RATHER TOUGH TO KILL [ LAUGHTER ] >> Mike: I THINK PEOPLE WOULD AGREE WITH THAT SO AN IMPORTANT EXHIBIT FOR CERTAIN >> ABSOLUTELY, YES >> Mike: JUST LOVE HIS PIECE >> Anita: MM-HMM VERY POWERFUL >> Mike: IT IS SO THE EXHIBITS OPENING COINCIDES WITH A FREE PUBLIC LECTURE ON THE HISTORY OF VANCOUVER’S BATTLE WITH HIV DIRECTOR OF THE BC CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE IN HIV AIDS SFU CENTRE IN VANCOUVER UNTIL 9:30 TONIGHT THE FREE EXHIBIT IS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC TOMORROW FROM 9 TO 7 >> Anita: HE IS WORLD RENOWNED AND TO HEAR HIM SPEAK IS SOMETHING TO SEE FOR SURE YOU CAN FIND THE NEWS PROGRAM ONLINE AT CBC.CA/BC. THE NEXT LOCAL NEWS RIGHT HERE AT 11:00 AFTER THE NATIONAL WITH DAN BURRITT >> Mike: HAVE A GREAT NIGHT >> Johanna: GOOD NIGHT [ ♪♪♪ ] [ ♪♪♪ ]