[♪♪♪] >> Mike: TONIGHT ON CBC VANCOUVER NEWS >> I’M A LITTLE SAD THAT I DIDN’T GET THE SURGERY >> Anita: HER WINDOW IS SHRINKING WHY A LITTLE GIRL’S SPINAL SURGERY HAS BEEN CANCELLED AGAIN >>> ALSO >> WE HAVE BLIND SPOTS, AND THE MORE CONVERSATIONS WE ARE ABLE TO HAVE, THE MORE PROGRESS THAT WE ARE ABLE TO MAKE ON THESE HARD AND OFTENTIMES VERY UNCOMFORTABLE TOPICS >> Mike: SHOWING SOLIDARITY WITH U.S. PROTESTERS PEOPLE AROUND THE WORLD MARCH AND SPEAK OUT AGAINST RACISM AND >> BEEN DOING THIS FOR 15 YEARS THIS WILL BE OUR BUSIEST SPRING SO FAR >> Anita: BC BOAT DEALERS REPORT RECORD-BREAKING SALES >> Announcer: THIS IS CBC VANCOUVER NEWS [♪♪♪] >> Anita: GOOD EVENING TIME IS RUNNING OUT FOR A 13-YEAR-OLD GIRL DESPERATE FOR SPECIALIZED SPINAL OPERATION IN BC >> Mike: IN MID MARCH, BC’S CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL SENT HER HOME JUST HOURS BEFORE GOING INTO TOERPTING ROOM BECAUSE OF — THE OPERATING ROOM BECAUSE OF THE COVID-19 LOCKDOWN, AND NOW DESPITE THE RESUMPTION OF SURGERIES, SHE IS STILL OUT OF LUCK >> Anita: AS BELLE PURI REPORTS, THE PROBLEM IS THE YOUNG TEEN LIVES IN SASKATCHEWAN >> Reporter: ACTIVITY IS A BIT MORE SUBDUED THESE DAYS, EVEN THOUGH BRUNWYN JOANIS HAS THE SAME INTERESTS AS OTHERS HER AGE >> WELL, IT DOES HURT WHEN I HAVE LONG WALKS >> Reporter: THE 13-YEAR-OLD WAS BORN WITH A NOURI MALIKI FORMATION HER PARNS WERE TOLD SHE MAY DEVELOP A CURVE IN HER SPINE THAT HAPPENED LAST YEAR >> HERS IS I WOULD SAY TWOOISING IN HER RIB KAGE IT CAN’T BE BRACED IF IT WAS LOWER DOWN, IT COULD BE BRACED >> Reporter: THE SPECIALIZED SURGERY SHE NEEDS IS PERFORMED AT ONLY FOUR HOSPITALS ACROSS CANADA MARCH 19TH SHE WAS SCHEDULED TO HAVE IT DONE AT BC’S CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL, BUT MERE HOURS BEFORE HEADING INTO O.R., THE PROCEDURE WAS CANCELLED INDEFINITELY DUE TO THE COVID-19 LOCKDOWN THE FAMILY WENT HOME TO SASKATCHEWAN LAST MONTH, BC RESUMED ELECTIVE SURGERIES, BUT SHE IS NOT BEING REBOOKED THE FAMILY WAS TOLD SURGERIES HAVE BEEN LIMITED TO BC RESIDENTS ONLY TO AVOID TRAVEL BETWEEN PROVINCES AND THE RISK OF COVID BUT HER CASE IS URGENT AND THAT SHOULD MAKE HER A PRIORITY, BECAUSE THE WINDOW OF OPPORTUNITY DURING WHICH THE PROCEDURE CAN BE EFFECTIVE IS QUICKLY CLOSING ONCE THE CURVATURE IS MORE THAN 65°, THE SURGERY WON’T WORK IN MARCH, BRUNWYN’S SPINE WAS CURVED 57° BC’S HEALTH MINISTER SAYS THE SYSTEM IS WORKING TO SIGNIFICANTLY RAMP UP SURGERIES >> THE CONSEQUENCES OF CANCELLATION OF SCHEDULED SURGERIES OR THE DELAY AT LEAST OF SCHEDULED SURGERIES IN BC HAVE BEEN PROFOUND FOR LOTS OF PEOPLE WE LOOK AT EACH CASE AND EACH PERSON AS AN INDIVIDUAL >> Reporter: BRUNWYN’S FAMILY HAS ONE FEAR >> THAT SHE IS TOO LATE >> Reporter: IF THAT’S THE CASE, THE ONLY OPTION WILL BE MORE TRADITIONAL INVASIVE SURGERY, WHICH COULD BE A RISK DUE TO BRUNWYN’S PREVIOUS BRAIN SURGERIES >> THE VANCOUVER OPTION IS A SIX-WEEK RECOVERY, AND IT’S LAP ARE SCOPIC, AND IT DOESN’T LEAVE YOU FULL OF HARDWARE FOR THE REST OF YOUR LIFE >> Reporter: BRUNWYN IS SIMPLY EAGER TO GET BACK TO ACTIVITIES LIKE RIDING HER NEW BIKE WITHOUT PAIN BELLE PURI, CBC NEWS, VANCOUVER >> Mike: TO THE LATEST COVID-19 NUMBERS NOW AND THERE ARE NO NEW COVID-19-RELATED DEATHS AGAIN TODAY IN BC AND JUST FOUR NEW CASES OF THE VIRUS BRINGING THE CASE TOTAL TO JUST OVER 2,600 THERE ARE 207 ACTIVE CASES IN OUR PROVINCE AND 31 PEOPLE REMAIN IN HOSPITAL HEALTH OFFICIALS SAY THERE ARE NO NEW HEALTH CARE OUTBREAKS AND THE NUMBER OF ONGOING ONES HAVE NOW BEEN DECLARED OVER SUCH AS THE OUTBREAK AT THE ABBOTSFORD REGIONAL HOSPITAL ICU, AND SOME LONG-TERM CARE HOMES BUT Dr. BONNIE HENRY SAYS THERE ARE TWO NEW COMMUNITY OUTBREAKS IN THE FRASER HEALTH REGION, ONE AT NEW WORLD TECHNOLOGIES AND ONE AT MARIS DISTRIBUTING CANADA >> Anita: WELL, WITH THE RETURN TO SCHOOL YESTERDAY IN BC, AROUND 60,000K TO 12 STUDENTS DECIDED TO GO BACK THAT’S ABOUT 30% OF CHILDREN IN PRIMARY SCHOOL IN BC, AND NINE OUT OF TEN TEACHERS ARE BACK DELIVERING LESSONS IN THE CLASSROOM AS PART OF STAGE THREE FAMILIES HAVE BEEN GIVEN THE OPTION TO SEND KIDS BACK FOR THE REMAINDER OF THIS SCHOOL YEAR, MOSTLY ONLY ONE DAY A WEEK PROVINCIAL HEALTH OFFICER Dr

BONNIE HENRY HAD MORE TO SAY TODAY ON THE PLANS FOR THE FALL >> BUT I FULLY EXPECT ALL CHILDREN WILL BE BACK IN SOME SORT OF A CLASSROOM ENVIRONMENT COME SEPTEMBER AND IT IS REALLY IMPORTANT THERE IS GOOD EVIDENCE THAT SHOWS THAT PARTICULARLY FOR SOME CHILDREN, HAVING THAT IN-CLASSROOM LEARNING ENVIRONMENT IS INCREDIBLY IMPORTANT >> Anita: SCHOOLS HAVE ENACTED NEW HEALTH AND SAFETY PLANS TO LIMIT THE SPREAD OF COVID-19 MEASURES INCLUDE LIMITING THE NUMBER OF STUDENTS IN SCHOOL, REGULAR CLEANING OF HIGH-CONTACT SURFACES, AND STAGGERED LUNCH AND RECESS BREAKS IF FAMILIES CHANGE THEIR MINDS ABOUT IN-CLASS LEARNING, THEY ARE ASKED TO CONTACT THE SCHOOL TO PLAN OTHER OPTIONS TO SUPPORT THE CHILD >> Mike: A MAN AND A WOMAN ARE DEAD AFTER WHAT POLICE ARE CALLING A SERIOUS INCIDENT AT A SALT SPRING ISLAND HOME YESTERDAY RCMP WERE CALLED TO THE HOUSE ON FULFORD-GANGES ROAD JUST BEFORE 5 IN THE EVENING A 48-YEAR-OLD MAN WAS FOUND DEAD INSIDE THE HOME A 41-YEAR-OLD WOMAN WAS ALSO FOUND BADLY HURT BUT LATER DIED >> THE VANCOUVER ISLAND INTEGRATED MAJOR CRIME UNIT HAS SINCE TAKEN OVER THE POLICE INVESTIGATION, WHICH CONTINUES AT THIS TIME NO OTHER PERSONS WERE INJURED IN THE INCIDENTS, AND POLICE ARE NOT LOOKING FOR SUSPECTS AND NO CHARGES ARE ANTICIPATED >> Anita: A KELOWNA RCMP OFFICER IS UNDER INTERNAL INVESTIGATION TONIGHT AFTER VIDEO SURFACED THAT MOUNTIES SAY SHOWS A SUSPECT BEING PUNCHED REPEATEDLY DURING AN ARREST OFFICERS RESPONDED TO A REPORT OF A MAN WHO ALLEGEDLY APPEARED INTOXICATED, SITTING IN A CAR IN A DOWNTOWN PARKING LOT SATURDAY EVENING RCMP SAY THE SUSPECT WAS UNCOOPERATIVE AND THEY MOVED TO ARREST HIM FOR OBSTRUCTION THEY SAY HE RESISTED ANOTHER OFFICER WAS CALLED IN AND THE SUSPECT WAS HIT SEVERAL TIMES AND BROUGHT TO THE GROUND HE WAS THEN TAKEN INTO CUSTODY AND LATER TO HOSPITAL FOR HIS INJURIES >> OBVIOUSLY, IN THE SHORT DURATION OF THE VIDEO, THE ACTION IS CONCERNING, BUT, AGAIN, AS I STATED EARLIER, IT’S IMPORTANT WHEN I REVIEW THESE MATTERS THAT I LOOK AT THE FULL INCIDENT AND WHAT HAPPENED PRIOR AND AFTER SO THAT I CAN FULLY UNDERSTAND BEFORE COMING TO A JUDGMENT >> Anita: KELOWNA RCMP SAY A CODE OF CONDUCT PROBE AGAINST THE OFFICER IN QUESTION IS UNDERWAY >> Mike: THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE ARE MARCHING IN CITIES ACROSS THE UNITED STATES AGAIN TONIGHT THEY ARE DEFYING CURFEWS WHILE BEING HEAVILY WATCHED BY ARMED POLICE >> Anita: AND IN THE MIDST OF THE UNREST TODAY, CANADA’S PRIME MINISTER, JUSTIN TRUDEAU, PROMPTED PLENTY OF REACTION BY SAYING SILENT FOR A TIME DAN BURRITT JOINS US NOW WITH MORE FIRST, DAN, WHAT IS HAPPENING IN THOSE CITIES TONIGHT? >> Reporter: FROM LOS ANGELES TO WASHINGTON, D.C., ANITA, HUGE CROWDS PACKED THE STREETS AGAIN, DEMANDING JUSTICE FOR GEORGE FLOYD IN THE U.S. CAPITAL, PROTESTERS MET ANOTHER WALL OF POLICE AND NOW A LARGE FENCE WRAPPED AROUND THE WHITE HOUSE — ANOTHER FENCE, I SHOULD SAY YESTERDAY POLICE CLEARED PEACEFUL DEMONSTRATORS OUT OF A NEARBY PARK SO U.S. PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP COULD WALK TO THE CHURCH AND POSE WITH A BIBLE THAT HAPPENED AFTER HE THREATENED TO SEND IN THE MILITARY IF STATES DIDN’T DO MORE TO, QUOTE, DOMINATE VIOLENT PROTESTS STREETS IN NEW YORK ARE PACKED SPAED AN INCOMING CITY — DESPITE — WIDE CURFEW TONIGHT LAST NIGHT SOME IN THE STREETS SMASHED BUSINESSES TONIGHT CROWDS ARE MARCHING AGAIN WE HAVE ALSO SEEN MOMENTS OF CONNECTION LOOK WHAT HAPPENED IN LOS ANGELES TODAY >> YOU HAVE TO PAY ATTENTION TO WHAT’S GOING ON OR ELSE WE HAVE A PRESIDENT THAT’S TRYING TO INCITE A RACE WAR AND WHEN THE BORDERS ARE CLOSED, WE CAN’T LEAVE >> Reporter: THIS ACTRESS SPEAKING WITH NATIONAL GUARD SOLDIERS IN L.A. AND EVENTUALLY SOME OF THOSE SOLDIERS DECIDED TO TAKE A KNEE WE HAVE SEEN SIMILAR ACTIONS BETWEEN DEMONSTRATORS AND POLICE ACROSS THE U.S., BUT ALSO CONCERNS AS POLICE REMAIN CLASHING WITH SOME OF THOSE PROTESTERS AS YOU CAN SEE, SOME OF THOSE SOLDIERS DID GET DOWN ON THEIR KNEES IT’S NOT CLEAR WHETHER THEY MARCHED WITH THE PROTESTERS AS THE ACTRESS KICKI PALMER ASKED THEM TO DO, AMONG OTHERS >> Mike: AND THE PRIME MINISTER WAS ASKED ABOUT THE PROTESTS IN THE U.S. TODAY, AND IT WAS QUITE A MOMENT WHAT DID HE SAY? >> Reporter: IT’S WHAT HE DIDN’T SAY AND HOW LONG HE KEPT SILENT THAT IS GETTING WORLDWIDE ATTENTION, MIKE OUR CBC OTTAWA COLLEAGUE TOM PERRY ASKED THE PRIME MINISTER WHAT HE THINKS OF POLICE TEAR-GASSING PROTESTERS TO MAKE WAY FOR A PRESIDENTIAL PHOTO OP AMONG OTHER THINGS >> IF YOU DON’T WANT TO COMMENT, WHAT MESSAGE DO YOU THINK YOU ARE SENDING? [ Silence ] [ Silence ]

>> Rt. Hon. Justin Trudeau: WE ALL WATCH IN HORROR AND CONSTERNATION WHAT’S GOING ON IN THE UNITED STATES IT IS A TIME TO PULL PEOPLE TOGETHER BUT IT IS A TIME TO LISTEN IT IS A TIME TO LEARN WHAT INJUSTICES CONTINUE DESPITE PROGRESS OVER YEARS AND DECADES BUT IT IS A TIME FOR US AS CANADIANS TO RECOGNIZE THAT WE TOO HAVE OUR CHALLENGES, THAT BLACK CANADIANS AND RACIALIZED CANADIANS FACE DISCRIMINATION AS A LIVED REALITY EVERY SINGLE DAY >> Reporter: WE KNOW THE PROTESTS IN THE U.S. HAVE SPARKED PROTESTS HERE AND RALLIES IN VANCOUVER AND ELSEWHERE IN CANADA, AND I KNOW YOU’LL HAVE MORE ON THAT LATER IN THE SHOW AND WE’LL HAVE THE LATEST ON THE PROTESTS AT 11 ANITA, MIKE >> Anita: DAN BURRITT LIVE FOR US TONIGHT THANKS, DAN >>> DURING HIS ADDRESS TODAY, EDUCATION MINISTER ROB FLEMING TOOK TIME TO COMMENT ON BLACK HISTORY EDUCATION IN THE SCHOOL CURRICULUM IN LIGHT OF THE CURRENT EVENTS IN CANADA AND THE U.S >> A LOT OF THEM ARE REALLY INTERESTED IN TALKING ABOUT CURRENT EVENTS INCLUDING WHAT WE’RE SEEING IN THE UNITED STATES RIGHT NOW, AND THE DEMONSTRATIONS IN SOLIDARITY THAT WE HAVE SEEN IN CANADA SO AS I SAID, I HAVE WRITTEN A LETTER TO THE BC BLACK HISTORY ASSOCIATION TO MAKE THIS, IF YOU WILL, A TEACHABLE MOMENT, HOW WE CAN STRENGTHEN THE CURRICULUM TIES TO LEARN ABOUT THE MULTICULTURAL HISTORY AND INCLUDING THE HISTORY OF THE BLACK COMMUNITY IN BRITISH COLUMBIA >> Anita: AND COMING UP LATER IN THE PROGRAM, HOW CAN YOU AND I DO BETTER, DO BETTER? WE LOOK AT THE PROTESTS, RACIAL DIVIDES, AND WHAT WE CAN ALL DO TO BRIDGE THOSE GAPS THAT’S COMING UP LATER ON [♪♪♪] >> Mike: BRETT IS BACK WITH US TIME FOR THE FIRST CHECK ON THE FORECAST STARTED OFF SOGGY BUT GOT A LITTLE BETTER AS THE DAY WENT ON, BRETT >> Brett: YEAH, THAT’S EXACTLY RIGHT, MIKE, AND I THINK I HAVE HEARD A FEW PEOPLE ALREADY CONSIDERING THIS DAY TO BE RATHER JUNEUARY LIKE TRULY FOR THE BETTER PART OF THE AFTERNOON HERE IN VANCOUVER, HOVERING AT 11° AND A DECENT AMOUNT OF RAIN AS WELL AND REALLY, THOSE TEMPERATURES HAVEN’T BUDGED A LOT SINCE THEN I WANT TO SHOW YOU WHERE WE ARE SITTING AT ACROSS THE LOWER MAINLAND YOU ARE GOING TO NOTICE, VANCOUVER, WE HAVE IMPROVED BY A COUPLE OF DEGREES, 14 AT THE AIRPORT BUT 13 IN WEST VANCOUVER AND ABBOTSFORD AT 12 AND HOPE OVER AT 10 AND THIS IS JUST INDICATIVE OF SOME OF THAT REALLY COLD AIR THAT IS OVER THE REGION AS WE SPEAK, AND IF WE LOOK AT THE SATELLITE AND RADAR IMAGERY FROM EARLIER ON TODAY, THAT BIG MASS OF GREEN ACROSS THE SCREEN THERE, THAT WAS SOME OF THOSE HEAVY SHOWERS THAT WE STARTED OFF THE MORNING WITH AND CARRIED ON THROUGHOUT THE AFTERNOON BUT AS OF RIGHT NOW, WE ARE LOOKING AT CLEARING CONDITIONS AND THIS TREND WILL CONTINUE FOR THE NEXT FEW DAYS I DID WANT TO TAKE A MOMENT NOW TO ADDRESS THE FACT THAT OVER THE COURSE OF THE PAST THREE MONTHS, WE HAVE SEEN ONLY ABOUT 120 MILLIMETRES OF RAIN SO THAT WOULD BE ABOUT 45% OF NORMAL SO WE ARE IN A LITTLE BIT OF A DEFICIT, AND WE ARE EXPECTING MORE RAIN TO BE COMING AT LATER POINTS THROUGHOUT THIS WEEK FOR THE EVENING, MOSTLY CLOUDY THERE IS THE RISK FOR A FEW SHOWERS FIRST THING TOMORROW MORNING BUT THE SUN IS GOING TO COME BACK TOMORROW AFTERNOON AND TEMPERATURES WILL BE REALLY CLOSE TO SEASONAL >> Anita: WE’LL TALK TO YOU AGAIN SOON THANKS, BRETT >>> RESTRICTIONS MIGHT HAVE SUNK MANY LOCAL BUSINESSES, BUT THERE IS ONE SECTOR THAT’S GOING AGAINST THE CURRENT >> Mike: YES BOAT SALES ARE WAY UP WITH A RIPPLE-DOWN EFFECT FOR YARDS, OUTFITTERS, AND MARINAS >> Anita: AS ERIC RANKIN REPORTS, SOME DEALERS SAY THEY ARE ACTUALLY WORRIED ABOUT RUNNING OUT OF INVENTORY >> UNBOXING A NEW TOY >> Reporter: JESS McFARLANE SHOWS ANOTHER BOAT TO A POTENTIAL BUYER HIS SALES RIDING A RECORD-BREAKING WAVE THANKS TO COVID-19 >> IT’S ALMOST LIKE A FRANTICNESS THAT’S GOING ON WITH BUYING BOATS RIGHT NOW >> Reporter: HE SAYS HIS BUYERS ARE TYPICALLY TRADING CANCELLED FOREIGN VACATIONS FOR FLOATING STAY-CATIONS >> THEY ARE NOT ABLE TO TRAVEL, SO THEY ARE WIPING TRAVEL OFF THEIR SCHEDULES FOR, YOU KNOW, AT LEAST THIS YEAR, AND THE FORESEEABLE FUTURE >> Reporter: JIM GRANT IS ONE BUYER HE HAD PLANNED A FAMILY TRIP TO CALIFORNIA INSTEAD HE HAS BOUGHT HIMSELF A BC-BUILT 20-FOOT KING FISHER >> BOTTOM LINE IS PEOPLE AREN’T GOING TO STOP LIVING THEY STILL WANT TO HAVE FUN THEY JUST HAVE TO FIND DIFFERENT WAYS OF DOING IT >> Reporter: McFARLANE SAYS MAY SALES TOPPED LAST YEAR’S AFTER A SLOW START DUE TO COVID OTHER BOAT BROKERS SAY SALES HAVE ALMOST DOUBLED WITH BENEFITS TRICKLING DOWN TO MECHANICS AND PLEA MARINAS WHILE SMALL AND MID-SIZED BOATS ARE SELLING FAST, LUXURY YACHT SALES ARE DEAD IN THE WATER RICH U.S. AND ALBERTA BUYERS ARE STAYING HOME BAD NEWS FOR THOSE WHO RELY ON

THAT MARKET >> WE HAVE OVER 300 MEMBERS IN BOATING BC, AND THERE WILL BE SOME THAT WILL HAVE A VERY DIFFICULT TIME AND POSSIBLY NOT SURVIVE >> Reporter: AND THERE ARE OTHER WORRIES MORE BOATS IN BC WATERS MEAN FOR CONCERNS THAT COVID-19 COULD SPREAD TO BC ISLANDS, REMOTE COASTAL COMMUNITIES, EVEN STOP-OFF POINTS LIKE DEEP COVE HERE IN NORTH VANCOUVER MANY COASTAL COMMUNITIES ARE CURRENTLY CLOSED TO VISITORS AND BOATERS MAY NOT HAVE ACCESS TO FUEL, SUPPLIES, AND OTHER SERVICES ACCORDING TO THE COAST GUARD >> SOLD >> OH, OKAY >> Reporter: THE ONLY THING JESS McFARLANE IS WORRIED ABOUT IS HIS DWINDLING INVENTORY >> SOME SAY IT’S A GOOD PROBLEM TO HAVE I GUESS I SHOULD COUNT MY BLESSINGS BECAUSE I KNOW A LOT OF OTHER BUSINESSES ARE SUFFERING >> Reporter: ERIC RANKIN, CBC NEWS, VANCOUVER >> Mike: WELL, BRINGING A BOTTLE OF WINE OR A SIX-PACK OF BEER TO PARKS AND PUBLIC SPACES IS BEING ALLOWED THIS SUMMER AT LEAST IN THE CITY OF NORTH VANCOUVER THE MOVE IS IN RESPONSE TO THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC AND IS CONSIDERED A WAY TO SUPPORT THE LOCAL ECONOMY WHILE COMPLYING WITH PROVINCIAL HEALTH ORDERS IN PASSING A NEW BYLAW, THE MAYOR SAYS PARKS WILL BE AN EXTENSION OF PEOPLE’S OWN BACKYARDS 80% OF NORTH VANCOUVER CITY RESIDENTS LIVE IN MULTIFAMILY DWELLINGS LIQUOR CONSUMPTION WILL BE ALLOWED IN DESIGNATED AREAS BETWEEN 11 IN THE MORNING AND 9 AT NIGHT THE SIGNAGE WILL BE GOING UP SHORTLY TO IDENTIFY BOUNDARIES >> Anita: IT’S YOUR ‘HOOD >> Mike: WELL, THE CITY AND THE DISTRICT, RIGHT? THIS IS JUST THE CITY >> Anita: OH, YES, OKAY >> Mike: MOVES TO THE — I GUESS TO THE WEST A LITTLE BIT >> Anita: YEAH BUT WE ARE SEEING MORE AND MORE CITIES LOOKING AT IT AT LEAST >> Mike: YEAH >> Anita: SO — YEAH AND A REMINDER YOU CAN WATCH THIS NEWSCAST LIVE ON CBC GEM THE FREE APP IS ALSO WHERE YOU CAN FIND OTHER CBC PROGRAMS >> Mike: CBC VANCOUVER IS ALSO ON FACEBOOK, YOUTUBE, AND INSTAGRAM AND BOTH OF US ARE ALSO ON INSTAGRAM AND TWITTER [♪♪♪] >> Anita: LIVE SHOT RIGHT NOW WASHINGTON, D.C PROTESTERS ARE DEFYING THE CURFEW IN THAT CITY TENSE STANDOFF WITH BOTH POLICE AND THE NATIONAL GUARD THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE GATHERED AT THE SCENE IT’S A SCENE PLAYING OUT IN MANY CITIES THROUGHOUT THE UNITED STATES RIGHT NOW WE’LL HAVE MORE ON THAT DEVELOPING SITUATION IN WASHINGTON, MINNEAPOLIS, AND MORE COMING UP [♪♪♪] >> Mike: THANKS FOR WATCHING OUR LIVE STREAM TONIGHT, WHETHER ON FACEBOOK, YOUTUBE, OR CBC GEM WE ARE, OF COURSE, AD-FREE DURING THE TELEVISION COMMERCIAL BREAK >> Anita: WITH ISSUES AROUND RACE BEING BROUGHT TO THE FOREFRONT AFTER THE DEATH OF AN UNARMED BLACK MAN IN THE U.S WHILE IN POLICE CUSTODY, MANY CANADIAN ATHLETES ARE SPEAKING OUT AGAINST RACISM AND FOR CHANGE >> Mike: YEAH, THAT INCLUDES TENNIS PLAYER, FELIX AUGER-ALIASSIME, BASKETBALL LEGEND STEVE NASH, AND OLYMPIAN KARINA LABLANC WHAT THEY ARE SAYING AND HOW POSITIVE STEPS CAN BE TAKEN >> WITH EVERYTHING THAT’S BEEN GOING ON, LIKE, IN THE STATES AND THE GEORGE FLOYD INCIDENT, THE KILLING, YOU KNOW, THERE HAS BEEN A LOT OF TALKING AND I JUST FELT LIKE I WANTED TO — TO SHARE A THOUGHT OF THIS AND MAYBE REACT AND ENCOURAGE PEOPLE TO TALK ABOUT IT AND BE AWARE [♪♪♪] >> I WAS RAISED FROM A FRENCH-CANADIAN MOM, AN AFRICAN FATHER I HAVE EXPERIENCED BOTH WORLDS YOU KNOW, I GREW UP IN A VERY CALM NEIGHBOURHOOD IN QUEBEC CITY OF CANADA, AND I FEEL LIKE I WAS PRIVILEGED TO GET, YOU KNOW, THE FREEDOM OF SPEECH AND THE SAME OPPORTUNITIES AS EVERYONE SO THAT’S WHY I THINK IT MAKES ME SAD EVERY TIME I SEE, YOU KNOW, PEOPLE IN THE WORLD, ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD THAT DON’T GET THAT SAME FREEDOM [♪♪♪] >> THE FACT — IT COMES FROM A PLACE AND A PEOPLE THAT SHOULD LEAD BY EXAMPLE POLICE OFFICERS SUCH AS TEACHERS AND PROFESSORS AND DOCTORS SHOULD LEAD BY EXAMPLE AND DON’T HAVE PREMADE IDEAS AND — IN TERMS OF SKIN COLOUR OR SEXISM

OR ALL OF THESE ISSUES LOOK AT PEOPLE ALL THE SAME WAY, BECAUSE, YOU KNOW, WE’RE ALL HUMAN BEINGS SO IT’S THE TOUGH PART, IS THAT IT COMES FROM PEOPLE THAT SHOULD BE PROTECTING US [♪♪♪] >> AND I PRAY THAT THINGS WILL GET BETTER AND THAT ALL OF THIS GOING ON WILL END PEACEFULLY AND THAT EVERYONE WILL JUST BE LOVED >> Mike: YEAH, A LOT OF ATHLETES USING THIS AS AN OPPORTUNITY TO SPEAK OUT >> Anita: WE’RE GOING TO HAVE MORE ON THAT CONVERSATION COMING UP A LITTLE BIT LATER IN THE SHOW >> Anita: AND YOU ARE LOOKING AT A LIVE SHOT RIGHT NOW DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES, WHERE IT IS 6:20 THERE IS A 6 P.M. CURFEW IN PLACE THERE YOU CAN SEE PROTESTERS ARE DEFYING THAT CURFEW SET TO BE IN PLACE UNTIL 6 A.M THESE PROTESTERS ARE MARCHING, CALLING ON THE L.A. POLICE CHIEF, TONY HAWK, TO RESIGN TONIGHT THOUSANDS GATHERED EARLIER IN FRONT OF THE MAYOR’S HOUSE WE ARE SEEING SCENES LIKE THIS PLAY OUT THROUGHOUT CITIES IN THE U.S. TONIGHT AS THOUSANDS GATHER AND CONTINUE THESE PROTESTS, ORIGINALLY SPARKED BY THE DEATH OF AN UNARMED BLACK MAN IN POLICE CUSTODY >> Mike: AND THE UNRELENTING PUSH FOR CHANGE SURGES ON TONIGHT AS ANITA SAID IN MANY AMERICAN CITIES MORE THAN 20,000 NATIONAL GUARD TROOPS HAVE BEEN ACTIVATED AND DONALD TRUMP’S THREAT TO SEND IN THE MILITARY AS PAUL HUNTER TELLS US, THAT, AND THE PRESIDENT’S OTHER ACTIONS, ARE THE TARGETS OF WIDESPREAD CONDEMNATION [ Singing ] >> Reporter: OUTSIDE THE CHURCH WHERE LAST NIGHT DONALD TRUMP STOOD, BIBLE IN HAND, AFTER DEMONSTRATORS HAD BEEN FORCED OUT TO MAKE WAY FOR HIM, TODAY CAME CONDEMNATION >> IT IS CLEAR YOU DON’T HAVE THE BIBLE IN YOUR HEART >> Reporter: IN CASE YOU MISSED IT [ Yelling ] >> Reporter: THE PEACEFUL DEMONSTRATION TURNED INTO THIS SO THAT THIS COULD HAPPEN TRUMP WALKING OUT OF THE WHITE HOUSE DEFIANTLY TO THE VERY SPOT THOSE PROTESTERS HAD BEEN DEMANDING SOCIAL JUSTICE THE PRESIDENT STOOD BY THAT CHURCH AND HELD HIGH THAT BOOK >> TEAR GAS AND FLASH GRENADES IN ORDER TO STAGE A PHOTO OP WE CAN BE FORGIVEN FOR BELIEVING THE PRESIDENT IS MORE INTERESTED IN POWER THAN IN PRINCIPLE >> Reporter: AND ABOUT THAT BIBLE, SAID PRESIDENTIAL CHALLENGER, JOE BIDEN >> I JUST WISH HE OPENED IT ONCE IN A WHILE INSTEAD OF BRANDISHING IT IF HE OPENED IT, HE COULD HAVE LEARNED SOMETHING [ Chanting ] >> Reporter: AS DEMONSTRATORS RAGED FOR YET ANOTHER DAY THROUGHOUT THE U.S., IN STATE AFTER STATE AFTER STATE BACK IN THE CAPITAL, TALLER FENCING HAD BEEN IN INSTALLED AROUND THE WHITE HOUSE WALLING OFF PROTESTERS WHO KEPT UP THEIR DEMANDS REGARDLESS THE SAME DEMANDS FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE WERE SENT TO TRUMP DIRECTLY BY ANOTHER CROWD ALONGSIDE THE PRESIDENTIAL MOTORCADE TODAY THEY HAD GATHERED WITH THEIR PLACARDS AND THEIR NOW RELENTLESS FURY AS THE PRESIDENT VISITED THE SHRINE OF ST. JOHN PAUL II TRUMP’S ONLY PUBLIC COMMENTS TODAY VIA TWITTER, CALLING PROTESTERS IN NEW YORK HOD LUMS, THUGS, AND SCUM AND AS THOSE DEMONSTRATIONS CONTINUE, TRUMP CONTINUES TO THREATEN TO CALL IN THE FULL POWER OF THE U.S. MILITARY IF STATES CAN’T STOP THE PROTESTS ON THEIR OWN ON THAT TODAY, IT SEEMED A KIND OF STUNNED, NEAR DISBELIEF >> WE DON’T THINK THAT THE ACTIVE DUTY MILITARY SHOULD BE USED ON AMERICAN STREETS AGAINST AMERICANS BRINGING IN THE MILITARY TO — TO POLICE WORK IS INAPPROPRIATE >> Mike: CBC’S PAUL HUNTER REPORTING FROM WASHINGTON, D.C TONIGHT AS FOR THE MAN WHO — IN WHOSE NAME THE PROTESTS BEGAN, THERE WAS A MEMORIAL IN MINNEAPOLIS WHERE HE DIED AND TOUGH WORDS FOR THE PRESIDENT FROM THE POLICE CHIEF OF THE CITY GEORGE FLOYD GREW UP IN SUSAN ORMISTON NOW WITH THAT STORY >> Reporter: GEORGE FLOYD’S 6-YEAR-OLD DAUGHTER GIANNA ADDED

A TRAGIC NOTE AS HER MOTHER SPOKE ABOUT THEIR LOSS >> SHE DOESN’T HAVE TO HAVE THAT ANYMORE >> Reporter: FLOYD DIDN’T LIVE WITH THEM THEY ARE FROM HOUSTON, WHERE HE GREW UP, AND WHERE TODAY A HUGE CROWD GATHERED OUTSIDE OF CITY HALL, A POWERFUL AND PEACEFUL SIMPLE [ Chanting ] >> Reporter: SUPPORTERS CALLING FOR JUSTICE AND INVESTIGATIONS INTO RACISM >> SO MANY TIMES THIS HAS HAPPENED, AND THEN IT GOES AWAY THIS TIME IT WILL NOT FADE AWAY >> Reporter: HOUSTON’S POLICE CHIEF HAS SHOWN A BOLD STREAK OF COMMON PURPOSE WITH PROTESTERS ALL WEEKEND, WALKING WITH THEM, PRAYING WITH THEM [ Chanting ] >> YOU GOT HATE IN YOUR HEART FOR PEOPLE OF COLOUR, GET OVER IT ‘CAUSE THIS CITY IS A MINORITY MAJORITY CITY >> Reporter: HE CHANGED HIS TWITTER PROFILE PICTURE TO ONE OF FLOYD AND LAST NIGHT ON CNN TOOK A SWIPE AT THE PRESIDENT >> ON BEHALF OF THE POLICE CHIEFS IN THIS COUNTRY, PLEASE, IF YOU DON’T HAVE SOMETHING CONSTRUCTIVE TO SAY, KEEP YOUR MOUTH SHUT, BECAUSE YOU ARE PUTTING MEN AND WOMEN IN THEIR EARLY 20s AT RISK THIS IS NOT ABOUT DOMINATING IT’S ABOUT WINNING HEARTS AND MINDS [ Chanting ] >> Reporter: AT MINNESOTA’S STATE CAPITAL, AGAIN, HUNDREDS OF PEOPLE WITH THE GOVERNOR LAUNCHING AN EXTRAORDINARY CIVIL RIGHTS COMPLAINT AGAINST THE MINNEAPOLIS POLICE DEPARTMENT, EXAMINING WHETHER THERE IS SYSTEMIC DISCRIMINATION AFTER A HISTORY OF COMPLAINTS OF EXCESSIVE FORCE TARGETING BLACKS LONG BEFORE FLOYD DIED >> I WANT JUSTICE FOR HIM ‘CAUSE HE WAS GOOD NO MATTER WHAT ANYBODY THINKS, HE WAS GOOD >> Anita: THAT’S SUSAN ORMISTON REPORTING TONIGHT FROM MINNEAPOLIS >>> AN INELEGANT DANCE FROM JUSTIN TRUDEAU EARLIER TODAY, FIELDING QUESTIONS ABOUT EVENTS SOUTH OF THE BORDER HERE’S DAVID COCHRANE ON HOW THE PRIME MINISTER AND OTHER PARTY LEADERS ARE REACTING >> Reporter: THE PRIME MINISTER HAD TO KNOW THE QUESTION WAS COMING >> WE HAVE DONALD TRUMP NOW CALLING FOR MILITARY ACTION AGAINST PROTESTERS >> Reporter: BUT IT STILL SEEMED TO CATCH HIM OFF GUARD >> I WOULD LIKE TO ASK WHAT YOU THINK ABOUT THAT AND IF YOU DON’T WANT TO COMMENT, WHAT MESSAGE DO YOU THINK YOU ARE SENDING? [ Silence ] >> Reporter: FOR 21 SECONDS, JUSTIN TRUDEAU GATHERED HIS THOUGHTS, PICKING EVERY WORD CAREFULLY >> WE ALL WATCH IN HORROR AND CONSTERNATION WHAT’S GOING ON IN THE UNITED STATES IT IS A TIME TO PULL PEOPLE TOGETHER, BUT IT IS A TIME TO LISTEN >> Reporter: TRUDEAU SPOKE BROADLY ABOUT RACISM AND INJUSTICE BUT NOT DIRECTLY ABOUT THE USE OF TEAR GAS AND RUBBER BULLETS AGAINST PROTESTERS TO CLEAR A PATH FOR A PRESIDENTIAL PHOTO OP >> Rt. Hon. Justin Trudeau: ANTI-BLACK RACISM IS HAPPENING HERE, EVERYWHERE IN CANADA, EVERY SINGLE DAY >> Reporter: INSTEAD TRUDEAU AND OTHER LEADERS LOOKED INWARD TO ACKNOWLEDGE RACIAL INJUSTICE IN CANADA, TO VOICE FRUSTRATION >> YOU KNOW WHAT, PEOPLE ARE DONE WITH PRETTY SPEECHES, PARTICULARLY PRETTY SPEECHES FROM PEOPLE IN POWER THAT COULD DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT RIGHT NOW IF THEY WANTED TO >> Reporter: TO PROMISE CHANGE >> Rt. Hon. Justin Trudeau: I WANT YOU TO KNOW OUR GOVERNMENT IS LISTENING WE HEAR YOUR CALLS FOR JUSTICE, EQUALITY, AND ACCOUNTABILITY >> Reporter: WITH THE U.S. IN TURMOIL, IT’S NO SURPRISE THAT TRUDEAU WOULD STEER CLEAR OF PROVOKING TRUMP THE CANADA-U.S. BORDER IS CLOSED, BUT STILL SUBJECT TO DELICATE NEGOTIATIONS TO ENSURE A STEADY SUPPLY OF MASKS, MEDICINE, AND FOOD CAN COME TO CANADA DAVID COCHRANE, CBC NEWS, OTTAWA >> Anita: PUBLIC HEALTH EXPERTS FEAR THE ONGOING PROTESTS WILL LEAD TO NEW OUTBREAKS OF COVID-19, AND AS CHRISTINE BIRAK EXPLAINS, THE CORONAVIRUS HAS ALREADY AFFECTED PEOPLE OF COLOUR DISPROPORTIONATELY >> Reporter: LARGE GATHERINGS OF PEOPLE SCREAMING TO BE HEARD SOME ARE BEING MET WITH VIOLENCE, PEPPER SPRAY, TEAR GAS MANY ARE COUGHING AND GASPING FOR AIR FUELLING A PANDEMIC THAT’S CLAIMING LIVES EVERY DAY >> IRRESPECTIVE OF WHICH PANDEMIC YOU ARE INTERESTED IN, PEOPLE IN POVERTY, PEOPLE OF AFRICAN-AMERICAN DESCENT HERE IN THE U.S. ARE THE PEOPLE THAT ARE GOING TO BE HIT EITHER WAY >> Reporter: RESEARCHERS FOUND IN CHICAGO ALONE, BLACK AMERICANS MAKE UP ABOUT 30% OF THE POPULATION, BUT THEY ACCOUNT FOR NEARLY 70% OF COVID-19 DEATHS IN THAT CITY >> HOW ARE YOU FEELING TODAY? >> Reporter: DOCTORS SAY IN SOME CANADIAN PROVINCES, THE NUMBERS ARE SIMILAR >> WE KNOW IN ONTARIO THAT NEARLY 70% OF COVID CASES HAVE

HAPPENED IN OUR MOST DIVERSE AND RACIALIZED COMMUNITIES >> Reporter: MANY DOCTORS INSIST THAT RACIAL DISCRIMINATION HAS BEEN A MAJOR OBSTACLE FOR COMMUNITIES OF COLOUR IT AFFECTS HOW CHILDREN ARE TREATED IN SCHOOL, THEIR SUCCESS LATER IN THE JOB MARKET, RIGHT THROUGH TO RECEIVING HEALTH CARE >> WE ALSO KNOW THAT A DIAGNOSIS LIKE CANCER CAN OFTEN HAPPEN LATER FOR EXAMPLE, SKIN CANCER IN BLACK PEOPLE BECAUSE OF THE WAY THE MEDICAL SYSTEM TEACHES CLINICIANS HOW TO PICK UP CANCERS LIKE THAT >> Reporter: E.R. Dr. NIM JII SAYS THE PROTESTS MAY BRING A WAVE OF COVID-19 PATIENTS IN THE HOSPITAL >> WE DON’T WANT TO SEE THE SPREAD BUT AT THE SAME TIME, I CERTAINLY EMPATHIZE WITH THE FOLKS THAT FEEL THE URGE TO STAND UP AND TO SPEAK >> Reporter: HEALTH EXPERTS SAY THE ACTIONS OF POLICE INCLUDING THE USE OF TEAR GAS AND PEPPER SPRAY SHOULD ALSO BE SCRUTINIZED >> SOME OF THE USUAL POLICING TACTICS AND SAFETY TACTICS MAY ACTUALLY BE INAPPROPRIATE IN A TIME WHEN THERE IS A PANDEMIC OF A RESPIRATORY VIRUS THAT IS SPREAD BY PEOPLE COUGHING >> Reporter: PEOPLE WHO ARE CITIZENS THAT GOVERNMENTS ARE OBLIGATED TO PROTECT CHRISTINE BIRAK, CBC NEWS, TORONTO [♪♪♪] >> Mike: TRY TO GIVE YOU ANOTHER LIVE SHOT OF LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, TONIGHT A PROTEST GOING ON THERE AS THEY ARE IN MANY CITIES ACROSS THE UNITED STATES THIS ONE TAKING OVER A MAJOR STREET, BUT IT APPEARS TO BE RELATIVELY PEACEFUL THE FAMOUS SKATEBOARDER TONY HAWK AMONG THE PEOPLE IN THAT PROTEST CROWD THEY ARE NOW PAST THE CURFEW THERE IN LOS ANGELES IT’S — WAS SET FOR 6:30, ANDS IT IS NOW 30I6 IN LOS ANGELES WE’LL HAVE MORE ON THAT COMING UP [♪♪♪] [♪♪♪] >> CURTAILING LOGGING ON VANCOUVER ISLAND THE PROPOSALS COME FROM A COMMITTEE THAT’S BEEN SETTING THE HABITAT OF KILLER WHALES ONE OF THEIR FAVOURITE PLAYGROUNDS IS JOHNSON STRAIT OFF THE EAST COAST ENVIRONMENTS SAY LOGGING AND OTHER ACTIVITY IN THE AREA IS DESTROYING IT IAN HANOMANSING NOW ON SOME CONTROVERSIAL PROPOSALS TO HELP SAVE THE WHALES >> Reporter: THERE IS NO DEBATE ABOUT THE BEAUTY OF ROBSON BUT HOW TO PROTECT THE WHALES HAS BEEN A HOT ISSUE HERE THERE HAVE BEEN BATTLES IN THE NEARBY VALLEY BETWEEN ENVIRONMENTS AND LOGGERS THE ISSUE: WHETHER LOGGING DAMAGES THE SHORELINE IN WATERS OF THE BITE, ANOTHER OF THE MANY CONCERNS, WHETHER POETS AND PEOPLE AFFECT THE WHALES TODAY AFTER MONTHS OF STUDY, THE BC AND FEDERAL GOVERNMENTS RELEASED A REPORT ON ROBSON BIGHT >> OUT OF THESE DISCUSSIONS, PUBLIC MEETINGS, AND WRITTEN SUBMISSIONS CAME A SINGLE CLEAR MESSAGE THE ORCAS MUST COME FIRST >> Reporter: THEY SAY THE PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT WILL IMPLEMENT THE RECOMMENDATIONS THAT ARE WITHIN ITS JURISDICTION THAT INCLUDES A FIVE-YEAR BAN ON LOGGING IN PART OF THE VALLEY WITH TIGHT CONTROLS ON ANOTHER SECTION SO THAT MORE STUDIES CAN BE DONE THE LOGGING COMPANY IN THE AREA, MACMILLAN BLOEDEL, IS UPSET >> YES, ANGRY AND DISAPPOINTED BECAUSE I THINK OUR EMPLOYEES HAVE SHOWN OVER TIME THAT THEY ARE DOING A GOOD JOB, AND FOR THIS TO COME OUT OF THE BLUE, YES, IT’S VERY DIFFICULT >> Reporter: OTHER RECOMMENDATIONS INCLUDE STRICTER CONTROLS ON WHALE WATCHERS, TO ENSURE THEY DON’T HARASS WHALES THE CHARTER OPERATOR IS PLEASED >> IT WILL STOP AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOUR TOWARDS THE ANIMALS, WHERE PEOPLE MAY BE PURPOSESY ROARING OVER TO THE ANIMALS, 50 OR 20 FEET OR SOMETHING >> HIGH-PITCHED WHINE IS LIKE ANY ELECTRIC VEHICLE, BUT THIS IS THE WORLD’S FIRST FUEL-CELLED ZERO-EMISSION BUS >> TO THE BUS >> Reporter: IF THE ASSEMBLED SCIENTISTS, POLITICIANS, AND BUREAUCRATS ARE RIGHT, THE TECHNOLOGY IN THE BUS WILL BE AS REVOLUTIONARY AS THE MICROCHIP >> WHAT WE HAVE IN THIS BUS BEHIND US IS THE SAME SORT OF REVOLUTION THAT WILL OCCUR IN TRANSPORTATION, AND THAT’S THE MOVE FROM INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES, WHICH YOU LIKE ARE THE VACUUM TUBE OF THE TRANSPORTATION, INTO THIS MARVELLOUS THING CALLED A FUEL CELL >> Reporter: THIS FIRST PROTOTYPE HAS 24 FUEL CELLS, CUTTING-EDGE TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPED IN NORTH VANCOUVER >> SO THE TOTAL POWER PLANT, ABOUT 128 KILLA WATTS ABOUT 160 HORSEPOWER, PRETTY CLOSE TO THE DIESEL >> Reporter: WHEN — THE ONLY BIPRODUCT IS PURE WATER THE ELECTRICITY FLOWS TO A DC

MOTOR AND IT RUNS THE BUS UNLIKE A CONVENTIONAL ENGINE, NO COMBUSTION, SO NO SHOWING OR INTOXICATION >> YOU COME TO AN ENVIRONMENTALLY SWEET WORLD, THAT IS, A PRISTINE WORLD >> I’M A LITTLE SAD THAT I DIDN’T GET THE SURGERY >> Anita: TIME IS RUNNING OUT FOR A 13-YEAR-OLD SASKATOON GIRL TO HAVE LIFE-CHANGING SPINAL SURGERY IN VANCOUVER BECAUSE SHE IS AN OUT-OF-PROVINCE PATIENT, THE PANDEMIC HAS COMPLICATED THE PROCESS HER FATHER IS BEGINNING TO — BEGGING, RATHER, THE PROVINCE TO MAKE IT HAPPEN >> Mike: THE NUMBER OF ACTIVE COVID-19 CASES IN OUR PROVINCE HAS FALLEN TO THE LOWEST NUMBER SINCE THE PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCY WAS DECLARED HERE THERE ARE JUST FOUR NEW CASES TODAY, LEAVING 207 ACTIVE CASES, AND AGAIN, NO NEW DEATHS TODAY >> IT’S ALMOST LIKE A FRANTICNESS THAT’S GOING ON WITH BUYING BOATS RIGHT NOW >> Anita: BC BOAT DEALERS ARE REPORTING RECORD-BREAKING SALES DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC THE BOAT-BUYING BOON COMES AS MANY COASTAL COMMUNITIES ASK VISITORS TO STAY AWAY ONE DEALER SAYS IT’S THE BUSIEST SPRING HE HAS SEEN IN 15 YEARS >> Mike: AND THIS IS THE SCENE IN BOSTON TONIGHT A LIVE LOOK THERE, WHERE IT’S 9:35 EASTERN TIME A SIMILAR SCENE BEING PLAYED OUT IN MANY CITIES ACROSS THE UNITED STATES PROTESTS AND POLICE STANDING BY TO KEEP AN EYE ON THINGS AGAIN, LIVE LOOK AT BOSTON TONIGHT >> Anita: THE DEMONSTRATIONS WE ARE SEEING ACROSS THE UNITED STATES AND IN SOME CITIES IN CANADA ARE EXPRESSIONS OF FRUSTRATION WITH THE STATUS QUO, AND IF THERE IS ONE THING THAT IS CLEAR, THIS IS WHAT PEOPLE ARE TALKING ABOUT TODAY SO HOW DO WE MAKE THINGS BETTER? WE ARE JOINED BY TWO PANELISTS WHO HAVE LIVED ON BOTH SIDES OF THE BORDER, PROFESSOR ANNETTE HENRY, DAVID LAM CHAIR, IN MULTICULTURAL EDUCATION AT UBC, AN ACTIVE LEADERSHIP EXPERT WHO ALSO TEACHES AT UBC ANNETTE, WHAT WE ARE SEEING IS NOT UNIQUELY AN AMERICAN EXPERIENCE INCIDENTS DO HAPPEN IN CANADA MANY PEOPLE OF COLOUR SAY WE JUST DON’T TALK ABOUT IT OR IT MAY NOT BE AS BLATANT AS — AS, YOU KNOW, IT IS ELSEWHERE I THINK THIS IS ESPECIALLY TRUE LIVING HERE IN BC CAN YOU TELL US ABOUT YOUR LIVED EXPERIENCE OR SOMETHING THAT’S REALLY SHOCKED YOU? >> YES THE ONLY PLACE I HAVE LIVED IN MY RECENT MEMORY WHERE DISCUSSIONS OF RACE ARE VERY HIDDEN AND THEY HAPPEN IN SMALL CIRCLES IT’S VERY, VERY DIFFICULT TO HAVE THESE DISCUSSIONS WITH COLLEAGUES, PEOPLE FEEL VERY OFFENDED EASILY, AND PEOPLE — I THINK PEOPLE ARE SO AFRAID OF GETTING, QUOTE UNQUOTE GETTING IT WRONG OR SAYING THE WRONG THING AND ALSO THE IDEA THAT RACISM IS SOMETHING THAT HAPPENS IN ONTARIO, MONTRÉAL, OR DEFINITELY IN THE UNITED STATES BUT NOT HERE IN BRITISH COLUMBIA >> Mike: AND ADELE, WE’RE TALKING ABOUT IT BEING INVISIBLE BUT MANY POLICE FORCES EVEN HERE HAVE A DIFFICULT RELATIONSHIP WITH VISIBLE MINORITIES POLICE OFTEN NOT SEEN AS PROTECTORS INSTEAD THEY ARE OFTEN FEARED WHAT DO THEY NEED TO DO TO BREAK DOWN THE IDEA THAT THEY DON’T TREAT BLACK PEOPLE THE SAME? >> YOU ARE RIGHT WITH THE POLICE BEING THERE TO SERVE AND PROTECT WHAT WE’RE SEEING SOUTH OF THE BORDER IS THE REMINDER TO HAVE THOSE IN POSITIONS OF POWER AND PUBLIC TRUST TO BE ABLE TO NOT ONLY BE THERE TO PROTECT AND TO SERVE BUT ALSO TO REMIND THEMSELVES THAT THEY ARE COMMITTED TO BE SERVANTS OF THE PUBLIC AND ENSURING THAT THE PEOPLE NOT ONLY ARE SAFE BUT THERE IS A PROJECTION AND UNDERSTANDING THAT THEY ARE THERE TO SERVE WE ALL HAVE HIDDEN BIASES, UNCONSCIOUS BIASES SO WHETHER WE ARE OUTWARD RACIST OR NOT, WE ALL HAVE THEM SO I THINK IT’S IMPORTANT THAT WE ACKNOWLEDGE THAT WE HAVE BLIND SPOTS AND THE MORE CONVERSATIONS WE ARE ABLE TO HAVE AND MORE PROGRESS THAT WE ARE ABLE TO MAKE ON THESE HARD EXOFTENTIMES VERY UNCOMFORTABLE TOPICS DISCUSSED >> Anita: I WANT TO TOUCH ON THAT A LITTLE MORE ANNETTE, PEOPLE CAN BLACK OUT THEIR INSTAGRAM LIKE WE’RE SEEING TODAY AND ATTEND RALLIES HERE BUT WHEN IT COMES TO LOOKING WITHIN, WHAT DO PEOPLE NEED TO DO TO BECOME PERMANENT ALLIES, NOT JUST IN THE MOMENT? >> I THINK WE HAVE TO BE HONEST

WITH OURSELVES AND BE ABLE TO SAY THIS IS HOW I AM INVOLVED IN PERPETUATING RACISM THIS IS HOW I HAVE OVERLOOKED SOME OF THE PRIVILEGES THAT I EXPECT, BUT WHAT IT MEANS TO WALK THROUGH THE SUPERMARKET AND NOT BE WATCHED WHAT IT MEANS TO BE DRIVING A NEW CAR AND NOT BE STOPPED AS I WAS LAST YEAR AND THE POLICEMAN ASKED ME WHOSE CAR IT WAS, WHERE I WAS GOING I HAD TO SHOW MY CREDENTIALS I WAS — YOU KNOW, I’M A PROFESSOR AT UBC I WAS DRIVING THROUGH THE UBC PROPERTIES, AND YET I COULDN’T POSSIBLY — IT’S JUST A TOYOTA COROLLA IT’S NOT A LAMBORGHINI I WAS STOPPED AND ASKED ABOUT WHETHER I OWNED THE CAR AND THEN I HAD TO SHOW MY CREDENTIALS SO, YOU KNOW, I — AND I AM POSITIVE — YOU KNOW, I MEAN, I HAVE NO PROOF BUT POSITIVE MY WHITE FRIENDS DON’T GET THAT EXPERIENCE >> Anita: AS A PERSON OF COLOUR FOR ME, THAT’S EXTREMELY SHOCKING TO HEAR AS WELL AND I THINK YOU ARE RIGHT THAT PEOPLE DON’T REALLY REALIZE THAT THAT STUFF IS HAPPENING AND THE FACT THAT IT HAPPENED HERE, AT UBC ADEL, JUST TIME FOR ONE MORE QUESTION WE SOMETIMES SEE PEOPLE PERHAPS TRULY TRYING TO BE ALLIES AND UNDERSTAND MORE, BUT THEY DO IT IN AN INSENSITIVE WAY, MAYBE NOT INTENTIONALLY CAN YOU GIVE US CONCRETE WAYS HERE THAT PEOPLE CAN INQUIRY AND ASK QUESTIONS WITHOUT BEING OFFENSIVE? >> YEAH A COUPLE OF THINGS THAT COME TO MIND FIRST OF ALL, WE’RE A COUNTRY THAT HAS BEEN AROUND FOR QUITE SOME TIME, AND IT TOOK 115 YEARS FOR US TO PATRIATE OUR CONSTITUTION IT’S NOT LIKE THE UNITED STATES, WHERE PEOPLE ARE PROTESTING AND RALLYING WE DID NOT HAVE REVOLUTION WE ARE STAYING THE COUMPLTS FOR A LOT OF VIEWERS, PERHAPS, YOU ARE THINKING, WE HAVE GOT IT PRETTY GOOD YOU ARE HEARING FROM ANNETTE AND FROM MYSELF THAT WE CAN STILL STRIVE TO BE A BETTER COUNTRY RACISM EXISTS TO BECOME AN ALLY IS A CRITICAL COMPONENT OF BECOMING A BETTER COUNTRY AND A BETTER CONFERENCE YOU HAVE TO ENSURE THAT YOU HAVE A BETTER ORGANIZATION IF YOU ARE ON A BOARD ONE WAY OF TACKLING RACISM IS TO LOOK AROUND LOOK AT YOUR ORGANIZATION AND THE CONSTRUCTION OR THE COMPOSITION OF YOUR ORGANIZATION DO YOU HAVE REPRESENTATION? NOT TOKENISM, BUT REPRESENTATION IN THAT THE ACKNOWLEDGEMENT THAT IF YOU HAVE MORE PEOPLE, PARTICULARLY PEOPLE WHO HAVE BEEN MARGINALIZED, WE NEED TO HAVE THEIR VOICES HEARD BECOMING AN ALLY REQUIRES THAT YOU PROVIDE THE SPACE WHERE A LOT OF LEARNING CAN HAPPEN AND, YES, IT REQUIRES A LOT OF LISTENING AND A LOT OF UNCOMFORTABLE QUESTIONS THAT NEED TO BE POSED I THINK FOR US TO BE A PERFECT COUNTRY, A BETTER COUNTRY, WE NEED TO HAVE THESE QUESTIONS AND WHAT WE’RE SEEING SOUTH OF THE BORDER SHOULD BE THAT DRIVING FORCE FOR US TO HAVE CONSTRUCTIVE CONVERSATIONS WHERE WE CAN SEE SOME PROGRESS >> Anita: THANK YOU BOTH FOR BEING ON THE SHOW TODAY LOTS TO TALK ABOUT AND THINK ABOUT, NOT JUST IN THE COMING DAYS, BUT IN THE LONG RUN, REALLY LOOKING WITHIN THANK YOU >> THANK YOU >> THANKS FOR HAVING ME [♪♪♪] >> Mike: THE DOCTOR BELIEVED RESPONSIBLE FOR A COVID-19 OUTBREAK IN NEW BRUNSWICK IS SPEAKING OUT TONIGHT HIS EXPLANATION FOR NOT SELF-ISOLATING AFTER A QUICK TRIP TO QUEBEC NEXT [♪♪♪] >> Anita: WELL, IT IS 6:42, AND YOU ARE LOOKING AT THE VANCOUVER PORT A LIVE LOOK TONIGHT A BLIP IN THE WEATHER TODAY BUT TOMORROW AND THE REST OF THE WORKWEEK LOOKING DRY HEADS UP FOR SATURDAY, MIKE, YOU ARE NOT GONNA LIKE IT BRETT BREAKS IT DOWNEXT [♪♪♪] >> SO TODAY WE’RE ACTUALLY HERE TO RELEASE A NORTHERN HAWK OWL WE FOUND THIS INJURED OWL JUST A FEW BLOCKS FROM HERE, ACTUALLY, AND CAME INTO OUR CENTRE AND WERE ABLE TO TREAT HIM AND REHABILITATE HIM NICE AND STRONG, AND NOW HE IS READY TO BE RELEASED BACK INTO THE WILD HERE WE SUSPECT TRAUMA MAYBE A WINDOW COLLISION OR ANOTHER KIND OF COLLISION THAT CAUSED THE TRAUMA SO A FEW WEEKS IN CARE, GETTING PROPER NUTRITION AND PROTECTION FROM PREDATORS TO GET NICE AND STRONG AND NOW SHE IS READY FOR RELEASE WE IDENTIFY THE ASSINIBOINE PARK AS A GOOD RELEASE POPULATIONS IS HERE FOOD THEY NEED THE DOCTOR WILL BAND THE OWL AND TAKE SOME MEASUREMENTS FOR HIS STUDIES >> ACTUALLY FLIES VERY SIMILAR TO A COOPERS HAWK >> IT’S IMPORTANT FOR THIS TYPE OF OWL IN PARTICULAR BECAUSE MANY OF OUR BIRDS, WILD BIRDS AND ANIMALS ARE RELATIVELY

UNKNOWN, ESPECIALLY THE HAWK OWL [♪♪♪] [♪♪♪] [♪♪♪] [♪♪♪] [♪♪♪] >> Announcer: THE WEATHER UPDATE IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY WORKSAFEBC VISIT WORKSAFEBC.COM FOR WORKPLACE HEALTH AND SAFETY RESOURCES INCLUDING COVID-19 PREVENTION >> Anita: METEOROLOGIST BRETT SODERHOLM JOINS US NOW WITH A LOOK AT THE FULL FORECAST BRETT, I KNOW THINGS ARE GOING TO BE LOOKING GOOD, BUT LIKE I SAID IN THE PROMO MIKE I DON’T THINK IS GOING TO BE TOO HAPPY, IS HE? [ Laughter ] >> Brett: I KNOW THIS IS ONE OF THOSE THINGS WHERE THE TIMING OF THIS IS TRULY UNCANNY, BECAUSE WE END UP GOING THROUGH MUCH OF THE WORKWEEK DRY AND SUNNY AND THEN JUST IN TIME FOR THE WEEKEND, THE PATTERN CHANGES, AND WE GET INTO SOME SHOWERS EXACTLY WHAT WE WILL SEE YET AGAIN THIS WEEK I’M GOING TO WALK YOU THROUGH IT RIGHT NOW I’LL SHOW YOU WHAT WE CAN EXPECT IN TERMS OF THE PRECIPITATION ACROSS BC BECAUSE IT’S NOT JUST THE SOUTH COAST WE ARE DEALING WITH A LITTLE BIT OF AN ISSUE, OF COURSE, SINCE THE KOOTENAYS IN TERMS OF FLOODING I’LL GET TO THAT IN A BRIEF MOMENT BUT YOU CAN SEE HERE ASIDE FROM THE BRIEFEST CHANCE FOR A SHOWER TOMORROW MORNING, THERE IS NOT GOING TO BE A LOT HAPPENING THROUGHOUT THE DAY, BUT GOOD NEWS WHEN IT COMSZ TO THE KOOTENAYS, A LOT OF THE FLOOD WATCHES AND WARNINGS HAVE SINCE BEEN DROPPED WE’RE LOOKING AT DRY CONDITIONS THROUGHOUT MUCH OF WEDNESDAY AND TEMPERATURES BEHAVING AS THEY SHOULD BE SO THAT IS REALLY GOING TO HELP IMPROVE THE FLOOD SITUATION THERE FARTHER TO THE NORTH AS WELL, VERY SIMILAR TREND IN TERMS OF DRYNESS, FROM PRINCE GEORGE ALL THE WAY UP TO FORT NELSON, LOOKING AT A DOMINANT AREA OF HIGH PRESSURE THERE, KEEPING THINGS VERY STABLE NOW TEMPERATURES INTO THE NORTH, BEHAVING AS THEY SHOULD, MAYBE JUST A LITTLE BIT COOLER THAN NORMAL FOR PLACES LIKE RUPERT BUT DOWN TO THE SOUTH, WE’RE GOING TO BE SEEING TEMPERATURES RIGHT WHERE THEY SHOULD BE THAT’S 18° FOR VANCOUVER CLOSER TO THE LOW 20s FOR MUCH OF THE OKANAGAN AND THE THOMPSON REGION AND THAT’S WHERE WE ARE GOING TO BE STAYING AS ALLUDED TO A BIT IN ADVANCE HERE, WE’RE TALKING ABOUT UNSETTLED WEATHER FOR THE WEEKEND, THIS IS GOING TO BE COMING UP BY I WOULD SAY LATE FRIDAY INTO SATURDAY ONCE AGAIN AFTER WE HAVE THIS AREA OF HIGH PRESSURE ON FRIDAY, KEEPING US NICE AND SUNNY AND DRY ON THAT DAY, WE’RE GOING TO BE DEALING WITH ANOTHER SYSTEM COMING UP FROM WASHINGTON STATE AND THIS IS AGAIN GOING TO BE A FAIRLY SIGNIFICANT SYSTEM BRINGING WIDESPREAD RAIN TO THE ENTIRE PROVINCE ON SATURDAY NOW, RAINFALL TOTALS PRELIMINARILY RIGHT NOW ARE NOT SIGNIFICANT WE’RE JUST LOOKING AT ANYWHERE BETWEEN 5 TO 10, MAYBE 15 MILLIMETRES LOCALLY, BUT, AGAIN, IT IS THE TIMING OF THIS, I KNOW, AND I’M NOT MAKING THIS UP, BUT AS WE GO THROUGH THE NEXT COUPLE OF DAYS, TEMPERATURES ARE GOING TO BE RISING STEADILY BY A DEGREE PER DAY YEAH, SATURDAY AND SUNDAY, I KNOW YOUR EYES ARE DRAWN TO IT ABOUT 17° EACH DAY WITH THE RISK FOR SHOWERS I WANT TO EMPHASIZE SHOWERS ARE IMPORTANT TIMING NOT IDEAL BUT I’M GOING TO HAVE A CLEARER PICTURE ON HOW THIS FORECAST PLAYS OUT AS THE DAYS GO BY >> Anita: SOUNDS GOOD THANKS, BRETT [♪♪♪] >> Mike: WELL, THE DAILY COVID-19 CASE COUNT IS RISING

ONCE AGAIN IN ONTARIO, AND THE PROVINCE IS EXTENDING ITS STATE OF EMERGENCY >> Anita: AND AS VIK ADHOPIA REPORTS, IT IS ALSO ANSWERING TO REVELATIONS 700 CONFIRMED CASES WEREN’T REPORTED TO HEALTH AUTHORITIES >> Reporter: OUTSIDE A CHURCH IN SUBURBAN TORONTO, THEY WAIT TO BE TESTED AT A COVID-19 POP-UP SITE >> I HAVE HAD A SORE THROAT FOR ABOUT TWO WEEKS NOW AND WE JUST FIGURED IT’S BETTER TO, YOU KNOW, GET TESTED >> Reporter: ONTARIO IS STEPPING UP TESTING, GOING INTO NEIGHBOURHOODS THAT ARE COVID HOT SPOTS >> IF YOU DON’T DO IT, I THINK YOU ARE JUST BEING STUPID, TO BE HONEST >> Reporter: THE NUMBER OF DAILY REPORTED COVID CASES DIPPED BELOW 300 LAST WEEK ICE BEEN RISING EVER SINCE THIS IS THE SECOND DAY OF MORE THAN 400 NEW CASES >> THOUSAND TIMES BETTER SHAPE >> Reporter: ONTARIO’S PREMIER DOESN’T SOUND DISCOURAGED, CITING MORE TESTING FOR THE RISING CASES >> SO THE — THE MORE YOU TEST, YOU ARE GOING TO GET A LITTLE MORE BUMP YOU ARE TESTING 20,000 PEOPLE COMPARED TO 10 THERE’S 10,000 MORE PEOPLE THAT MAY HAVE A CHANCE OF HAVING COVID IT’S JUST SIMPLE MATH >> Reporter: YET THE STATE OF EMERGENCY REMAINS UNTIL THE END OF JUNE A SIGN ONTARIO IS STILL STRUGGLING >> WITH A DECLINE IN CASES IN QUEBEC NOW, IT REALLY LEADS ONTARIO AS A BIT OF AN OUTLIER, UNABLE TO GET OFF THE PLATEAU AND WE CLEARLY NEED TO DO THINGS DIFFERENTLY HERE >> Reporter: INDEED, HUNDREDS OF CASES THAT TESTED POSITIVE FROM THIS TESTING SITE WERE NEVER COUNTED AND FOLLOWED UP ON ONTARIO’S MAIN HEALTH AGENCY BLAMES A COMMUNICATIONS BREAKDOWN OFFICIALS ARE NOW SCRAMBLING TO TRACK DOWN POTENTIALLY THOUSANDS OF CONTACTS OF THOSE MISSED CASES BUT AS ONTARIO’S CONTACT TRACING UP FOR THAT EXTRA CASE LOAD? >> I HAVE VERY LITTLE CONFIDENCE THAT WE HAVE A ROBUST SYSTEM FOR CONTACT TRACING TO ANY DEGREE, AND I THINK WITHOUT THAT, IT’S HIGHLY UNLIKELY THAT WE WILL MAKE PROGRESS IN TERMS OF BEING ABLE TO OPEN UP THE ECONOMY OR THE HEALTH CARE TO NON-COVID ILLNESS >> Reporter: AND YET THE ONTARIO GOVERNMENT INSISTS IT’S PREPARED TO MOVE AHEAD WITH MORE REOPENINGS WHEN THE TIME IS RIGHT VIK ADHOPIA, CBC NEWS, TORONTO >> Mike: AND THERE ARE NOW 13 ACTIVE COVID CASES IN THE CAMPBELLTON AREA OF NEW BRUNSWICK HOME TO A TOWN OF JUST A FEW THOUSAND THE DRAR AT THE ERRANT IS F OF THE OUTBREAK — DOCTOR — SAYS HE WENT TO QUEBEC FOR PERSONAL REASONS AND RETURNED TO WORK WITHOUT SELF-ISOLATING HE SAYS HE ISN’T SURE WHETHER HE PICKED UP CORONAVIRUS DURING THAT TRIP OR FROM A PATIENT IN HIS OFFICE HERE HE IS EXPLAINING WHAT HAPPENED IN FRENCH AND THERE ARE ENGLISH SUBTITLES [ Speaking French ] [ Speaking French ] [ Speaking French ] >> Mike: Dr. ANG LA HAS BEEN SUSPENDED HE SAID HE DECIDED TO SPEAK OUT BECAUSE HE HAS BECOME THE TARGET OF RACIST VERBAL ATTACKS DAILY AND FALSE REPORTS TO POLICE AND HE FEELS ABANDONED BY NEW BRUNSWICK PUBLIC HEALTH OFFICIALS [♪♪♪] >> Anita: WELL, FIRST SPOTTED NEAR MONTRÉAL’S OLD PORT ON SATURDAY COMING UP, WHY EXPERTS BELIEVE THIS HUMPBACK WHALE IS SO FAR UP THE ST. LAWRENCE RIVER [♪♪♪] >> WE ARE ALL ADAPTING EVERY DAY ON THIS ROAD BACK TO NORMAL OR WHATEVER THE NEW NORMAL WILL BE AND AT CBC VANCOUVER, WE ARE ADAPTING TOO SO YOU WON’T HEAR THE SAME STORY EVERY DAY >> WE ALL HAVE TO MOVE CAREFULLY >> AS LIFE CHANGES FROM DAY TO DAY AND WEEK TO WEEK, WE’LL KEEP YOU CONNECTED TO YOUR COMMUNITY WITH NEWS AND TOP STORIES

>> GOOD EVENING >> STAY SAFE AT HOME AND [♪♪♪] >> HERE’S WHAT’S IN JOUR CBC VANCOUVER INBOX THE INDIAN SUMMER FESTIVAL IS TRANSFORMING ITSELF INTO A SEASON OF ONLINE EVENTS CBC VANCOUVER IS A PROUD RETURNING SPONSOR ON JULY 4TH, JOIN CBC VANCOUVER’S LIEN YEUNG FOR A SPECIAL VIRTUAL COOKING CLASS WITH VIKRAM VIJ AND DON’T MISS SPECIAL PROGRAMMING OR CONTESTS SUBSCRIBE TO THE NEWS LETTER AT cbc.ca/bc AND KEEP CONNECTED WITH US [♪♪♪] >> Anita: WELL, FASCINATING NEW VISITOR TO MONTRÉAL HAS BEEN MAKING QUITE A SPLASH AROUND THE CITY FOR SEVERAL DAYS NOW TAKE A LOOK THIS WAYWARD HUMPBACK WHALE WAS FIRST SPOTTED NEAR MONTRÉAL’S OLD PORT ON SATURDAY THAT’S BEEN HANGING AROUND EVER SINCE MARINE EXPERTS SAY THEY HAVE NEVER SEEN A WHALE THIS SIZE SO FAR SOUTH ON THE ST. LAWRENCE AND THAT IT MAY BE DISORIENTED BUT SO FAR IT HAS NOT BEEN SHOWING ANY SIGNS OF DISTRESS >> Mike: THAT IS WAY SOUTH DOWN THE ST. LAWRENCE >> Anita: WAY, WAY SOUTH, YEAH HOPEFULLY ALL IS OKAY >> Mike: YEAH VERY IMPRESSIVE >> Anita: GOING FOR A LITTLE JOYRIDE >> Mike: ALL RIGHT OUR COLLEAGUES AT CBC IN EDMONTON, THEY HAVE A NEW REPORTER ON THEIR TEAM >> THIS IS ANARA, CBC NEWS CANADA I’M REPORTING TODAY THAT IT’S MY BIRTHDAY >> Mike: YES, THAT’S 3-YEAR-OLD ANARA, A FUTURE JOURNALIST PROVIDING EXCLUSIVE STORIES TO HER DAYCARE FRIENDS THIS ALL STARTED AS A WAY TO BEAT BOREDOM DURING THE PANDEMIC >> THE ONE DAY, LIKE, I WAS WATCHING CBC NEWS, AND SHE JUST POINTED HER PRETEND MIC TOWARDS ME AND SHE SAID, HI, THIS IS CBC NEWS, AND SHE WENT ON AND ON SO THEN IT GOT ME THINKING THAT I SHOULD MAKE A MIC FOR HER SO WE MADE THIS MIC IT’S JUST A CRAFT, A GOOD CRAFT FOR HER AND WE MADE THIS AND THEN WE JUST WENT OUT AND

SHE STARTED OFF AND CORONAVIRUS WAS THE BIG NEWS IT STILL IS AND, YEAH, THEN THE REST IS IN THE VIDEO THAT YOU SAW >> THIS IS ANAIRA JOSHI WE ARE REPORTING THAT CORONAVIRUS IS HERE >> Mike: SOLID SIGNOFF THERE >> Anita: AND PRODUCER MATTHEW SUGGESTING THAT PERHAPS SHE TAKES MY PLACE ON MAT LEAVE IN THE NEXT FEW WEEKS SO >> Mike: SURE ABSOLUTELY THE FUTURE OF JOURNALISM APPEARS TO BE SAFE >> Anita: A NEW LITTLE CO-HOST FOR YOU >> Mike: EXACTLY ALL RIGHT THAT’S ALL THE TIME WE HAVE TONIGHT DAN IS GOING TO BE HERE AT 11 >> Anita: HAVE A GOOD NIGHT [♪♪♪] [♪♪♪] [♪♪♪]