March 29, 2020
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[♪♪♪]>>Anita: TONIGHT ON CBC VANCOUVER NEWS …>>YOU WILL NEVER KNOW THE PAIN AND SUFFERING YOUR ACTIONS HAVE CAUSED OUR FAMILY.>>Mike: EMOTIONAL PLEA. ONE YEAR AFTER A DEADLY HIT AND RUN, A FAMILY ASKS THE DRIVER INVOLVED TO COME FORWARD.>>Anita: ALSO WHERE IS ANDREW CHRIS MANTUS?>>WE CANNOT SAY WITH ANY CERTAINTY THAT RED OR PROCESSED MEAT CAUSES CANCER, DIABETES, OR HEART DISEASE. >>Mike: TURNING DECADES OF NUTRITION ADVICE UPSIDE DOWN.>>Announcer: THIS IS CBC VANCOUVER NEWS. [♪♪♪]>>Anita: GOOD EVENING. WE BEGIN TONIGHT WITH AN EMOTIONAL PLEA ASKING THE DRIVER RESPONSIBLE FOR A DEADLY HIT AND RUN TO COME FORWARD.>>Mike: IN THIS REPORT, A SURREY FAMILY IS STILL SEARCHING FOR ANSWERS AFTER LOSING THEIR LOVED ONE A YEAR AGO.>>ONE YEAR AGO, YOU TOOK OUR MOTHER’S LIFE. >>Reporter: DAUGHTER’S PLEA. >>I PRAYED I WOULDN’T BE STANDING HERE TODAY BUT ONE YEAR LATER YOU STILL HAVE NOT COME FORWARD. WE STILL HAVE NO ANSWERS. WE STILL HAVE NO CLOSURE.>>Reporter: LAST OCTOBER 1ST, 69-YEAR-OLD SHARON MITCHELL WAS HIT BY A CAR CROSSING THE STREET IN HER ELECTRIC WHEELCHAIR. SHE WAS IN A CROSSWALK AT 68TH AVENUE AND 132ND STREET AT ABOUT 9 P.M. THE CAR THAT HIT HER DROVE AWAY. MITCHELL WAS RUSHED TO HOSPITAL WITH CRITICAL INJURIES. SHE LATER DIED WHEN HER FAMILY TOOK HER OFF LIFE SUPPORT. >>YOU WILL NEVER KNOW THE PAIN AND SUFFERING YOUR ACTIONS HAVE CAUSED OUR FAMILY. YOU TOOK AWAY OUR MOTHER, GRANDMOTHER, GREAT-GRANDMOTHER, SISTER, AUNT, AND FRIEND FROM ALL OF US WHO LOVED HER. >>Reporter: RCMP INVESTIGATORS ARE AGAIN ASKING WITNESSES TO COME FORWARD, RELEASING A DESCRIPTION OF THE CAR BELIEVED TO BE INVOLVED.>>IT IS DESCRIBED AS A 1995 TO 1997 BLUE/GREEN HATCHBACK VEHICLE. EITHER A PONTIAC FIREFLY, SUZUKI SWIFT, OR GEO METRO. >>Reporter: THIS ISN’T THE FIRST PLEA THAT THE FAMILY HAS MADE. LAST YEAR HER DAUGHTER WROTE AN OPEN LETTER, WANTING TO KNOW WHY THE DRIVER DIDN’T STOP TO HELP HER MOM OR CALL 911. >>WE STILL HAVE HOPE THAT SOMEONE WILL COME FORWARD WITH SOME ANSWERS. I KNOW YOU COULDN’T DO THE RIGHT THING NOW, BUT YOU CAN STILL DO THE RIGHT THING NOW. PLEASE HELP GIVE OUR FAMILY SOME PEACE.>>Reporter: EVEN THOUGH A YEAR HAS PASSED, POLICE SAY IT’S NEVER TOO LATE FOR THE DRIVER TO EXPLAIN THEIR SIDE OF THE STORY. AND BRING SOME COMFORT TO SHARON MITCHELL’S FAMILY. CBC NEWS, VANCOUVER.>>Mike: A BC MOUNTIE COULD FACE A CHARGE OF ATTEMPTED MURDER AFTER A POLICE SHOOTING IN THE KOOTENAYS LAST YEAR. THE MAN WAS CRITICALLY HURT AFTER OFFICERS TRIED TO STOP A TRUCK.>>Anita: CBC VANCOUVER NEWS AT 11 HOST DAN BURRITT JOINS US NOW. >>Dan: WELL, IT HAPPENED IN GRAND FORKS DURING A RECORD FLOOD. THE INDEPENDENT INVESTIGATIONS OFFICE SAYS ONE AFTERNOON MOUNT JASEY TRIED TO STOP A MAN WHO WAS REPORTED TO BE DRIVING ERRATICALLY. THE DRIVER ALLEGEDLY STRUCK SEVERAL VEHICLES WITH A TRUCK. AT SOME POINT A MOUNTIE FIRED SEVERAL SHOTS BADLY WOUNDING THE MAN. HE WAS AIRLIFTED TO HOSPITAL AS YOU CAN SEE AND STAFF WERE ABLE TO SAVE HIS LIFE. NOW THE IIO SAYS IT’S FOUND THERE ARE REASONABLE GROUNDS TO BELIEVE THE OFFICER COMMITTED A CRIME. THEY INCLUDE ATTEMPTED MURDER, AGGRAVATED ASSAULT, AND ASSAULT WITH A WEAPON. IT’S NOW UP TO THE CROWN TO DECIDE WHETHER THAT OFFICER WILL BE CHARGED. CBC NEWS HAS ASKED THE RCMP ABOUT THE STATUS OF THE OFFICER WHO SHOT THAT MAN. WE’LL LET YOU KNOW WHAT THEY SAY AS SOON AS THAT COMES IN.>>Mike: DAN, THANKS VERY MUCH.>>Anita: A SUSPECT IN TWO VIOLENT ROBBERIES AT SKYTRAIN STATIONS HAS BEEN IDENTIFIED. BUT POLICE DON’T KNOW WHERE HE IS. SO NOW THEY ARE ASKING FOR YOUR HELP IN TRACKING HIM DOWN. IN BOTH CASES 42-YEAR-OLD ANDREW CRSITMANUS, ALLEGEDLY ATTACKED, CHOKED HIS VICTIMS AND STOLE HIS BELONGINGS. POLICE SAY THEY ARE VERY CONCERNED ABOUT THE LEVEL OF VIOLENCE USED IN THE ATTACKS. HE IS FACING FOUR CHARGES AND A WARRANT HAS BEEN ISSUED FOR HIS ARREST. HE IS CAUCASIAN, APPROXIMATELY 6’1″ WITH A STOCKY BUILD. HE HAS SHORT BROWN HAIR AND BROWN EYES. POLICE BELIEVE HE MAY BE HEADED TO EASTERN CANADA OR HE COULD BE ON THE SUNSHINE COAST.>>Mike: A VOTE ON A CONTROVERSIAL PLAN TO TURN AN EAST VANCOUVER STREET INTO A MAJOR THOROUGHFARE HAS BEEN DEFERRED UNTIL TOMORROW. THE PLAN WOULD SEE PRIOR STREET TURNED INTO A MAIN ARTERIAL ROUTE FOR THE FALSE CREEK FLATS WHEN THE VIADUCTS ARE TAKEN DOWN. MANY PEOPLE LIVING ON PRIOR STREET ARE OPPOSED, SAYING THE STREET IS TOO NARROW AND THE INCREASE IN TRAFFIC WOULD BE DANGEROUS. THE CITY STAFF SAY THERE IS NO OTHER OPTION THAT PUTS UNDUE FISCAL BURDEN ON THE CITY. >>Anita: TOMORROW WE ARE EXPECTING TO FIND OUT WHAT THE MAIN OPTION TO REPLACE THE AGING MASSEY TUNNEL COULD BE. THE SPAN HAS BECOME A POLITICAL HOT POTATO OVER THE LAST FEW YEARS. THE PLAN FOR A TEN-LANE CROSSING WAS SHELVED BY THE BC NDP AFTER IT TOOK OFFICE. A SIX OR EIGHT-LANE BRIDGE IS EXPECTED INSTEAD, BUT EARLIER THIS YEAR, PREMIER JOHN HORGAN SAID A PLAN TO TWIN THE TUNNEL WOULD ALSO GET SERIOUS CONSIDERATION. WE’LL HAVE ALL THE DETAILS AND REACTION FOR YOU TOMORROW NIGHT.>>Mike: BC’S SUSPENDED SERGEANT-AT-ARMS HAS STEPPED DOWN. GARY LENZ RETIRED TODAY ACCORDING TO A STATEMENT FROM THE SPEAKER’S OFFICE. HE HAS BEEN AN PAID LEAVE SINCE HE AND CRAIG JAMES WERE ESCORTED FROM THE LEGISLATURE BY POLICE ALMOST A YEAR AGO. JAMES STEPPED DOWN FROM HIS POSITION IN MAY. TWO MEN HAVE BEEN UNDER A CLOUD OF SUSPICION AS A SERIES OF INVESTIGATIONS HAVE LOOKED INTO ALLEGATIONS OF MISCONDUCT AND OVERSPENDING AT THE LEGISLATURE. LENZ ISSUED THIS STATEMENT: AFTER CONSIDERABLE REFLECTION, I HAVE CONCLUDED THAT THE DAMAGE THAT HAS BEEN DONE TO MY REPUTATION WILL NEVER BE FULLY REPAIRED AND IF I CONTINUED AS SERGEANT-AT-ARMS I WOULD BE DOING A DISSERVICE TO MY OFFICE. [♪♪♪]>>Anita: OCTOBER 1ST. IT OFFICIALLY FEELS LIKE FALL. >>Mike: YES, ABSOLUTELY. >>Anita: A BEAUTIFUL DAY AT THAT. BRETT SODERHOLM IS HERE TO BREAK IT DOWN FOR US. >>Brett: REALLY A BEAUTIFUL DAY HERE IN VANCOUVER. WE HAD A LOT OF SUNSHINE IN THE AFTERNOON. TEMPERATURES AROUND THE CITY GOT UP TO ABOUT 15°. THAT’S PRETTY WELL EXACTLY WHERE THEY SHOULD BE FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR: BUT ELSEWHERE ACROSS THE COUNTRY, IT WAS A COMPLETELY DIFFERENT STORY. I WANTED TO SHOW YOU WHAT WE’RE TALKING ABOUT. FALL IS KNOWN AS A TRANSITIONAL SEASON HERE ACROSS CANADA. AND HERE IS WHY. THIS MORNING, CLARESHOLM, ALBERTA, SOUTH OF CALGARY, STARTED OFF AT -19.2°. TORONTO, PEARSON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT BY 2:00 THIS AFTERNOON, 31.8°, FEELING LIKE 40. SO THAT IS OVER A 50° TEMPERATURE SPREAD ACROSS CANADA HERE ON OCTOBER 1ST. QUITE A WAY TO START THE DAY, WOULDN’T YOU SAY? IN TERMS OF THE NEXT 12 TO 18 HOURS OR SO, OVERNIGHT TONIGHT, LOWS ARE GOING DOWN TO ABOUT 7° OR SO. A FEW CLOUDS EXPECTED AND THEN CLOUD IS REALLY OUR STORY AS WE GO THROUGH THE SECOND DAY OF THE MONTH. HIGHS EVENTUALLY UP TO ABOUT 16° OR SO IN THE REGION AND THAT RAIN IS GOING TO BE MAKING A RETURN MORE SO AFTER DINNER TIME. AS A GENERAL INFORMATION HERE, A FOR MORE VALUES FOR THE OVERNIGHT LOWS, SURREY AND NEW WEST, RICHMOND. LOWS CLOSE TO ABOUT 6°. DEFINITELY ON THE CHILLY SIDE. AND THEN TOMORROW, 16 IS YOUR LUCKY NUMBER. YOU ARE GOING TO LOVE IT. NO MATTER WHERE YOU ARE IN THE METRO REGION, THAT’S ABOUT THE HIGH THAT WE’RE EXPECTING TOMORROW.>>Anita: 16s ACROSS THE BOARD. HOPEFULLY IT’S A LUCKY NUMBER FOR SOMEONE. THANKS, BRETT. >>Brett: YOU ARE WELCOME.>>Mike: WELL, SEVERAL SHOPPING MALLS IN THE LOWER MAINLAND WILL BE AFFECTED BY THE BANKRUPTCY OF RETAILER FOREVER 21. >>Anita: THE COMPANY ANNOUNCED YESTERDAY IT IS CLOSING ALL CANADIAN LOCATIONS AND MORE THAN 100 STORES IN THE U.S.>>I REALLY LIKE SHOPPING AT FOREVER 21. AND IT’S, LIKE, STAPLE PIECES THERE AND CASUAL CLOTHING. A LOT OF TEENS ARE APPROXIMATELY GOING TO MISS IT. >>NATURALLY WE WOULD LIKE TO BUY FROM FOREVER 21. >>DOES THAT MAKE YOU SAD?>>YEAH.>>WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO MISS ABOUT IT?>>ALSO MAKES ME HAPPY BECAUSE THEY ARE SELLING EVERYTHING FOR, LIKE, CHEAP.>>Anita: THE STORE OCCUPIES A 2-STOREY FOOTPRINT IN METROTOWN. IT MIGHT SEEM LIKE ANOTHER HIT ON THE FUTURE OF MALLS BUT LANDLORDS HAVE STAYED AHEAD OF THE CURVE BY TURNING MALLS INTO COMMUNITY HUBS. >>THE BEST LANDLORDS WITH THE BEST PROPERTIES ARE ABLE TO SEE THIS AS AN OPPORTUNITY TO PUT SOMETHING NEW AND DIFFERENT INTO THEIR SHOPPING CENTRES OR TO MOVE RETAILERS AROUND. I MEAN, ALMOST LIKE A BIT OF A MUSICAL CHAIRS WHERE, YOU KNOW, SOME RETAILERS MAY BE MOVED FOR OTHERS ONES. >>Mike: MALLS LIKE BRENTWOOD AND OAKRIDGE ARE GOOD ABOUT THAT. ANALYSTS SAY 90% OF PURCHASES MADE BY CANADIANS ARE IN FACT, STILL DONE AT BRICK-AND-MORTAR STORES.>>Anita: NOT WRONG. SOME CHEAP DEALS NOW, I GUESS, AT FOREVER 21. >>Mike: I WOULD THINK SO. >>Anita: YOU ARE OBVIOUSLY GOING TO SHOP THERE. >>Mike: YOU KNOW ME, RIGHT. ALWAYS LOOKING FOR A DEAL. >>Anita: YOU CAN WATCH THIS NEWSCAST AND ALL OF CBC’S OTHER AWARD-WINNING CONTENT WHEREVER YOU GO BY DOWNLOADING THE FREE CBC GEM APP.>>Mike: AND CBC VANCOUVER IS ALSO ON FACEBOOK, YOUTUBE, AND INSTAGRAM. FOLLOW US ON ALL PLATFORMS FOR EXTRA CONTENT YOU WON’T SEE ON TV. [♪♪♪]>>Mike: CELEBRATIONS TO MARK THE 70TH ANNIVERSARY OF COMMUNIST RULE IN CHINA. COMING UP, HOW THE ANNIVERSARY ALSO MARKED AN ESCALATION OF VIOLENCE BETWEEN POLICE AND PROTESTERS IN HONG KONG. [♪♪♪]>>Anita: THE NAMES OF SIX FINALISTS FOR THE SCOTIABANK GILLAR PRIZE ARE OUT.>>Mike: IT IS A LITERARY AWARD CELEBRATING THE BEST CANADIAN NOVEL OR SHORT STORY COLLECTION IN ENGLISH, WITH $100,000 IN PRIZE MONEY FOR THE WINNER.>>Anita: BUT AS JELENA ADZIC REPORTS, THERE IS ONE HIGH-PROFILE NAME THAT DIDN’T MAKE THE STHORT LIST SURPRISINGLY. >>Reporter: THEY HAVE FINALLY WHITTLED DOWN THE LONG LIST OF 12 BOOKS TO A SHORT LIST OF 6 FOR THE GILLER PRIZE. LET’S LOOK. PAST MULTIPLE NOMINEE WITH IMMIGRANT CITY. SMALL GAME HUNTING WHICH IS A DEBUT NOVEL BY MEGAN GAYLE COLES. THE INNOCENCE BY MICHAEL CRUMMY, LAMPA DOZA, BY SOOEVEN PRICE AND ANOTHER DEBUT NOVEL CALLED REPRODUCTION BY IAN WILLIAMS. THE SHORT LIST WAS CHOSEN BY A PANEL OF JURORS WHO ARE ALL ESTABLISHED AUTHORS. DAWNA BAILEY NURSE AND HER COLLEAGUE SHARED THEIR THOUGHTS ON THE NATURE OF THE SELECTIONS.>>A LOT OF EXPERIMENTAL WRITING, A LOT OF WRITING THAT STRUCK ME AS VERY SENSE WOWS AND VERY POETIC. >>I WOULD SAY IT WAS LANGUAGE. I MEAN, WHEN I APPROACH A BOOK, I LOOK AT IT ON MANY LEVELS AND ONE OF THE THINGS THAT ALL THOSE BOOKS SHARE IS THE MOST ASTONISHING LANGUAGE.>>Reporter: THAT SAID, SOME WILL BE ASKING WHAT ABOUT MARGARET ATWOOD AND HER NOVEL THE TESTMENTS. HER LONG-AWAITED SEQUEL TO THE HAND MAID’S TAIL IS ALREADY ON THE BOOKER PRIZE SHORT LIST. SO WHY NOT ONE OF THE FINAL SIX ON THE CANADIAN GILLER PRIZE SHORT LIST? JUROR SASHA HEMMON TACKLED THAT ONE. >>IT’S NOT AN EXCLUSION OF MARGARET ATWOOD BUT AN INCLUSION OF THESE BOOKS. MAYBE SOME OTHER JURY WOULD HAVE DECIDED — MADE A DIFFERENT LIST. IT’S NOT A, YOU KNOW, A STATEMENT ABOUT THE VALUE OF MARGARET ATWOOD’S BOOK LET ALONE IF SHE IS ONE OF THE GREATEST LIVING WRITERS IN THE WORLD. >>Reporter: THERE IS ANOTHER ANNOUNCEMENT THAT CAME OUT TODAY. WE NOW KNOW WHO WILL HOST THE BIG GALA AWARDS. IT’S MUSICIAN AND AUTHOR JANN ARDEN. THE ONLY THING LEFT TO FIND OUT IS WHO WILL ACTUALLY WIN WHEN THE 2019 SCOTIABANK GILLER AWARDS ARE HANDED OUT ON MONDAY NOVEMBER 18TH. JELENA ADZIC, CBC NEWS, TORONTO.>>Mike: GILLER AWARDS ARE A BIG DEAL. >>Anita: VERY BIG DEAL. JANN ARDEN, ALWAYS TREAT WHEN SHE IS HOSTING SOMETHING. >>Mike: GOOD LUCK TO EVERYONE THERE. A HUNDRED GRAND UP FOR GRABS.>>Anita: STAY WITH US. THE LATEST POLITICAL NEWS IN JUST A FEW MOMENTS. [♪♪♪]>>Anita: CHINA IS CELEBRATING 70 YEARS OF COMMUNISM IN A BIG WAY.>>Mike: IN THE CAPITAL TODAY, THERE WAS AN ENORMOUS SHOW OF FIREWORKS AND FORCE. [♪♪♪] [ Cheering ]>>Mike: TIANANMEN SQUARE WAS PACKED TONIGHT. A GRAND PRODUCTION DIRECTED BY THE SAME FILMMAKER WHO DID THE BEIJING OLYMPICS’ OPENING CEREMONY. EARLIER A MASSIVE MILITARY PARADE INCLUDED THE FIRST PUBLIC APPEARANCE OF ALL KINDS OF MISSILES, CONVENTIONAL, HYPERSONIC AND NUCLEAR, WHICH SEEMED TO BE ON DISPLAY AS MUCH FOR THE WORLD AS THEY WERE FOR THE CHINESE PEOPLE.>>Anita: IN THE SEMIAUTONOMOUS CHINESE TERRITORY OF HONG KONG, THOUGH, THIS ANNIVERSARY ALSO MARKING AN ESCALATION OF VIOLENCE BETWEEN POLICE AND PROTESTERS. FOR THE FIRST TIME, A PROCEDURE IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN SHOT — PROTESTER IS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN SHOT. >>Reporter: IT WAS AN UGLY DAY IN HONG KONG FILLED WITH EXACTLY THE KIND OF CONFRONTATIONS MANY PEOPLE FEARED. NOW, THE MOST DRAMATIC MOMENT CAME THIS AFTERNOON, WHEN A GROUP OF POLICE OFFICERS AND PROTESTERS RAN DOWN AN ALLEY AND WE’RE NOT SURE WHAT LED TO IT EXACTLY, BUT ONE OF THE OFFICERS PULLED OUT HIS SERVICE REVOLVER AND SHOT ONE OF THE PROTESTERS, AN 18-YEAR-OLD. HE IS STILL IN HOSPITAL TONIGHT. WE’RE TOLD HE IS IN VERY SERIOUS CONDITION. BUT THAT WASN’T THE ONLY PART OF IT. THERE WERE RUNNING BATTLES THROUGH THE STREETS OF HONG KONG, THROUGH MANY OF THE DISTRICTS INCLUDING SOME RESIDENTIAL NEIGHBOURHOODS. SOME OF THESE TURNED INTO FIST FIGHTS AND ALSO THERE WERE FIRE BOMBS THROWN BY THE PROTESTERS AT THE POLICE AND AT BUILDINGS THAT WERE SET ON FIRE. A LOT OF VIOLENCE AND DESTRUCTION THROUGHOUT THE CITY. BUT IT DIDN’T ACTUALLY START THAT WAY. [ Chanting ]>>Reporter: EARLIER TODAY, THERE WAS A PROTEST MARCH THROUGH THE CENTRE OF HONG KONG. MORE THAN 100,000 PEOPLE CAME OUT. IT WAS VERY CHEERFUL. IT WAS SUNNY, AND IT WAS VERY PEACEFUL. SOON AFTER THAT MARCH ENDED, THINGS STARTED TO FALL APART AND THE CITY WENT TO CHAOS. IN FACT, TONIGHT, HONG KONG’S POLICE CHIEF PUT IT THIS WAY …>>OUR NATIONAL DAY IS SUPPOSED TO BE A DAY TO CELEBRATE AND BE HAPPY. BUT UNFORTUNATELY, SOME RIOTERS CHOOSE TO DO ALL THESE SORTS OF CRIMINAL DAMAGES.>>Reporter: AS FOR THE PROTESTERS, THEY ARE STILL INSISTING ON THEIR DEMANDS. THEY WANT MORE DEMOCRACY HERE. THEY ALSO WANT AN INQUIRY, AN INDEPENDENT INQUIRY, INTO WHAT THEY CALL POLICE BRUTALITY OVER THE PAST FOUR MONTHS. ONE THING IS CLEAR, THOUGH: THIS HAS BEEN THE MOST VIOLENT DAY SINCE THESE PROTESTS STARTED BACK IN JUNE. CBC NEWS, HONG KONG. >>Mike: A SPECIAL ANNIVERSARY IN CHINA IS BEING MARKED BY FRIENDS AND FOES HERE IN CANADA AS WELL. TODAY THERE WERE DUELLING DEMONSTRATIONS AT UBC. >>Anita: MEERA BAINS IS THERE. MEERA, WHAT’S HAPPENING BEHIND YOU?>>Reporter: WELL, EVEN HOURS AFTER THAT DEMONSTRATION EARLIER TODAY AT UBC AT ABOUT 3:00, WE STILL HAVE PROTESTERS HERE. SOME PRO-CHINA PEOPLE RALLYING, STUDENTS WHO ARE RALLYING IN SUPPORT OF CHINA. THEY ARE CARRYING A FLAG THAT SAYS THE DREAM OF CHINA. NOW, IT IS A MUCH DIFFERENT SCENE EARLIER TODAY. WE HAD PRO-HONG KONG SUPPORTERS WHO WERE HERE, AND THEY WERE DEMONSTRATING. THEY WERE FACING OFF AGAINST THE PRO-MAINLAND CHINA STUDENTS. THERE WERE CHANTS AND RIVAL SIGNS. PRO-HONG KONG SUPPORTERS WERE HOLDING A RALLY AND THEN PRO-MAINLAND CHINA STUDENTS GATHERED IN THE SQUARE TOO. CHINESE FLAGS PRINTED ON PAPER. THE HONG KONG SUPPORTERS CAME WITH WELL-PREPARED LARGE SIGNS. SOME THAT READ “FREEDOM FOR HONG KONG” AND ONE IN PARTICULAR WHICH UPSET PRO-CHINESE STUDENTS. IT READ “CHINESE NATIONALS TRAGEDY DAY.” SOME PRO-CHINA STUDENTS TOOK OFFENCE AT THAT, SINCE IT IS THE COMMUNIST PARTY OF CHINA’S 70TH CELEBRATION. IT’S CONSIDERED A NATIONAL DAY FOR MANY STUDENTS HERE. THE PROTEST IS CONTINUING AS WE SPEAK. A SMALL GROUP STILL HERE. THERE WAS SOME PUSHING AND SHOVELLING EARLIER TODAY BUT OTHERWISE IT WAS A PEACEFUL PROTEST. UBC SECURITY WAS ON HAND AS WELL. MIKE.>>Mike: AND MEERA, OBVIOUSLY, TWO VERY DIFFERENT SIDES. WHAT ARE THE DEMONSTRATORS CONCERNED ABOUT TONIGHT?>>Reporter: WELL, THERE WERE SOME HEATED MOMENTS EARLIER, AND I SPOKE TO BOTH SIDES, AND ON THE PRO-HONG KONG SIDE, WE SPOKE TO A YOUNG LADY, AND SHE SAID THAT SHE IS REALLY CONCERNED ABOUT SOME OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS ABUSES IN CHINA AS WELL AS WHAT’S HAPPENING IN HONG KONG. I WANT YOU TO TAKE A LISTEN TO WHAT SHE HAD TO SAY AS WELL AS WHAT A PRO-MAINLAND CHINESE STUDENT HAD TO SAY. AND HE TALKED ABOUT HOW HE WAS REALLY UPSET THAT THIS RALLY WAS TAKING PLACE ON A DAY WHEN SOME OF THESE PRO-MAINLAND CHINA STUDENTS WERE CELEBRATING THEIR NATIONAL DAY. TAKE A LISTEN. >>FIRST OF ALL, AS A HONG KONG PEOPLE, I DO RECOGNIZE CHINA IN TWO WAYS. ONE IS THE COMMUNIST PARTY AND ONE IS CHINA. SO ACTUALLY THEY ARE CELEBRATING THE CCP BIRTHDAY BUT NOT THE CHINA BIRTHDAY. THIS IS ONE THING WE NEED TO MAKE CLEAR. AND WHY WE DON’T AGREE WITH CCP IS BECAUSE HOW THEY TAKE AWAY OUR FREEDOM IN HONG KONG. >>IT’S OUR NATIONAL DAY. WHY ARE YOU DOING THIS TO US, RIGHT? IT’S OKAY, YOU SAY WHATEVER YOU WANT. THAT’S YOUR FREEDOM OF SPEECH. YOU CAN SUPPORT HONG KONG OR WHATEVER. BUT IT’S NOT OKAY TO, LIKE — THOSE HATE SIGNS ON THE CAMPUS. DOESN’T HELP THE SITUATION.>>Reporter: SO SOME VERY PASSIONATE MOMENTS HERE AT UBC BETWEEN STUDENTS ON BOTH SIDES OF THIS DEBATE. MIKE.>>Mike: ALL RIGHT, MEERA BAINS LIVE AT UBC TONIGHT, THANKS. [♪♪♪]>>Anita: AS THE FEDERAL ELECTION CAMPAIGN ENTERS THE SECOND HALF, NDP LEADER JAGMEET SINGH HAS BEEN HERE IN BC FOR MORE THAN A WEEK NOW.>>Mike: TODAY HE MET WITH YOUNG FAMILIES AND TOOK AIM AT THE LIBERALS’ RECORD ON CHILDCARE.>>IT’S BEEN 26 YEARS SINCE THE LIBERAL GOVERNMENT HAS PROMISED TO DO SOMETHING ON CHILDCARE. 26 YEARS, AND NO ACTION ON A NATIONAL CHILDCARE. AND, AGAIN, THIS ELECTION, NOTHING TO SOLVE. THIS PROBLEM, NOTHING TO REALLY COMMIT TO CHILDCARE.>>Mike: SINGH SAYS A NEW DEMOCRAT GOVERNMENT WOULD LET NEW PARENTS CONDENSE THEIR EMPLOYMENT INSURANCE BENEFITS, ALLOWING THEM TO TAKE SHORTER PARENTAL LEAVE WHILE STILL RECEIVING THE FULL BENEFITS.>>WE CAN’T JUST CUT TUITION AND SAY THAT’S THE END OF TUITION WITHOUT INVESTING IN THE INSTITUTIONS. SO WE HAVE BUDGETED $10 BILLION THAT WILL BE COMING THROUGH FEDERAL-PROVINCIAL TRANSFERS WITH AGREEMENTS WITH EACH PROVINCE THAT THIS MONEY IS TIED AND THAT WE WANT TO REWARD THOSE INSTITUTIONS THAT ARE THE MOST INCLUSIVE, OFFER THE BEST NEW OPENING TENURE-TRACK POSITIONS. >>Anita: ELIZABETH MAY OUTLINED HER PARTY’S PLAN FOR EDUCATION INCLUDING A PROMISE TO GET RID OF POST-SECONDARY TUITION FEES.>>WE RECOGNIZE THAT THERE ARE SOME POLITICIANS OUT THERE, PARTICULARLY CONSERVATIVE POLITICIANS LIKE DOUG FORD, WHO MAY NOT WANT TO STRENGTHEN GUN CONTROL, MIGHT WANT TO WEAKEN GUN CONTROL INSTEAD, BECAUSE THAT’S WHAT CONSERVATIVES WANT TO DO.>>Mike: IN TORONTO, THE LIBERAL LEADER DISCUSSED GUN CONTROL WITH MAYORS FROM NEARBY MUNICIPALITIES. THE PARTY WANTS TO LET CITIES ENACT INDIVIDUAL HANDGUN BANS BUT WHEN ASKED IF THEY WOULD PREFER A NATIONWIDE FEDERAL LAW INSTEAD, ALL THE MAYORS IN THE ROOM RAISED THEIR HANDS.>>OUR PLAN WILL TAKE YOUR HARD-EARNED TAX DOLLARS AWAY FROM DICTATORS AND RELATIVE WELL OFF COUNTRIES AND GIVE THEM BACK TO YOU SO YOU CAN GET AHEAD. WE WILL REDIRECT $700 MILLION IN AID TO COUNTRIES WITH GRAVE HUMANITARIAN OR REFUGEE CHALLENGES.>>Anita: ANDREW SCHEER SAYS A CONSERVATIVE GOVERNMENT WOULD SLASH CANADA’S FOREIGN AID BUDGET BY 25%. AND CBC NEWS IS BRINGING YOU AN EXCLUSIVE WEEK OF PROGRAMMING WITH THE FEDERAL PARTY LEADERS.>>Mike: EVERY NIGHT, FIVE UNDECIDED VOTERS ARE GOING TO GET FIVE MINUTES EACH ONE ON ONE WITH THE FEDERAL PARTY LEADER. TONIGHT, IT’S CONSERVATIVE LEADER ANDREW SCHEER’S TURN. >>Anita: AND BRIAN STEWART FROM SURREY SAID HE FEELS IT’S HARD FOR MIDDLE-CLASS CANADIANS TO MAKE ENDS MEET AND HE FEELS IT’S IMPOSSIBLE FOR HIS OWN FAMILY TO OWN A HOME.>>WHAT SPECIFICALLY — WHAT SPECIFIC STEPS, SORRY, WOULD YOU TAKE TO PUT MORE MONEY IN THE POCKETS OF ORDINARY CANADIANS SUCH AS OURSELVES?>>WELL THANK YOU FOR THIS QUESTION. THIS IS THE THEME OF OUR CAMPAIGN. IT’S A GOVERNMENT THAT RUNS WITHIN ITS — SORRY, A GOVERNMENT THAT LIVES WITHIN ITS MEANS SO THAT WE CAN PUT MORE MONEY BACK IN YOUR POCKETS SO YOU CAN GET AHEAD. EVERYTHING WE ARE DOING IS GEARED AROUND LEAVING MORE MONEY IN YOUR POCKETS. STARTED WITH THE UNIVERSAL TAX CUT. THIS IS A REDUCTION IN THE FIRST INCOME TAX BRACKET THAT FOR THE AVERAGE HARD-WORKING COUPLE MEANS $850 WORTH OF SAVINGS. WE’RE BOOSTING RESPs SO WHEN COUPLES ARE SAVING FOR THEIR CHILDREN’S EDUCATION, WE’RE INCREASING THE GRANT THAT THE GOVERNMENT PUPPETS INTO — PUTS INTO THAT. TAX THE GST AND HST OFF OF HOME-HEATING BILLS. GREEN HOME RENOVATION TAX CREDIT. THAT — >>THAT’S GREAT. BUT WE DON’T OWN A HOME. LIKE THOUSANDS OF CANADIANS, WE RENT IN THE LAST TWO YEARS ALONE, WE HAVE BEEN — HAD TO MOVE TWICE BECAUSE OF EVICTIONS AND OUR RENT HAS INCREASED FROM ABOUT 35% OF OUR AFTER-TAX INCOME TO ALMOST 60% IN 18 MONTHS. WE CAN’T SAVE FOR GREEN HOME RENOVATIONS AND THE PURSUIT OF HOMEOWNERSHIP KEEPS GOING AWAY AND AWAY AND FROM US. ONE OF THE PRESSURES PARTICULARLY IN BRITISH COLUMBIA IS THE — THE INFLUENCE OF FOREIGN OWNERSHIP ON CANADIAN REAL ESTATE. WE HAVE PEOPLE FROM OUTSIDE THE COUNTRY BUYING UP HUGE PLOTS OF LAND AND TO THEM REAL ESTATE IS JUST AN INVESTMENT. WOULD YOUR GOVERNMENT COMMIT TO CLOSING SOME OF THE LOOPHOLES TO MAKE SURE THE PLAYING FIELD IS LEVEL FOR ALL CANADIANS SO THAT WHEN WE NEED TO BUY A HOME THAT WE NEED $200,000 NOT $400,000 IN ANOTHER FIVE YEARS BECAUSE OF THE PRESSURES OF THE FOREIGN BUYERS BUYING OUT THE REAL ESTATE IN OUR COUNTRY?>>M’MM-HMM. WELL, YEAH YOU TALKED ABOUT HOUSING MARKETS IN GENERAL AND FIRST AND FOREMOST, ABSOLUTELY AGREE. WE DON’T HAVE A SINGLE HOUSING MARKET IN THIS COUNTRY, AND YET THE RULES THAT ARE PUT IN PLACE APPLY FROM VANCOUVER ISLAND TO NEWFOUNDLAND AND EVERYTHING IN BETWEEN. >>RIGHT. >>WE BELIEVE THAT THERE SHOULD BE CONSIDERATION FOR REGIONAL DIFFERENCES. WHEN YOU HAVE A VERY HOT BOOMING MARKET FOR A PERIO OF TIME, THE POLICY TOOLS THAT ARE USED TO FIX THAT SHOULDN’T APPLY ALL THE WAY ACROSS THE COUNTRY IN AREAS THAT MAY NOT BE EXPERIENCING THAT. EVEN IN BRITISH COLUMBIA, EVEN IN THE GREATER VANCOUVER, THERE CAN BE DIFFERENCES IN THE HOUSING MARKET. >>RIGHT. >>SO ONE OF THE THINGS THAT I HAVE ANNOUNCED IS THAT WE ARE GOING TO REWORK THE STRESS TESTS. IT’S HAD A LOT OF UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES, AND WE’RE GOING TO BRING BACK 30-YEAR MORTGAGES FOR FIRST-TIME HOME BUYERS, MAKING THAT — THE DREAM OF HOMEOWNERSHIP MORE ACCESSIBLE. >>Mike: YOU CAN SEE MORE OF “THE NATIONAL” PRESENTS FACE TO FACE WITH THE PARTY LEADERS. WATCH IT TONIGHT ON 10:00 ON CBC TELEVISION OR STREAM IT ONLINE AT ANY POINT ON THE CBC GEM APP. ELIZABETH MAY IS UP TOMORROW AND JAGMEET SINGH ON THURSDAY. >>Anita: FOR SOME ELECTION CAMPAIGN POSTERS CAN BE AN EYESORE, BUT FOR PEOPLE WITH VISION ISSUES, THEY CAN BE DOWNRIGHT DANGEROUS, ESPECIALLY IN A PLACE LIKE QUEBEC WHERE THOSE SIGNS WERE EVERYWHERE.>>Mike: A MONTRÉALER IS REMINDING CANDIDATES ACROSS THE COUNTRY TO BE MINDFUL.>>Reporter: NAVIGATING MONTRÉAL STREETS IS CHALLENGING ENOUGH WITH CONSTRUCTION, DETOURS, AND TRAFFIC AT EVERY TURN. JAROME PLANTE SAYS EVERY DAY IS FULL OF SURPRISES. HE IS BLIND AND SAYS ELECTION CAMPAIGNS — FEDERAL, PROVINCIAL, AND MUNICIPAL — ALL CREATE A LOT OF EXTRA OBSTACLES.>>NOT ALWAYS A CHALLENGE TO WALK HERE IN MONTRÉAL AND EVERY DAY, I CANNOT — I CANNOT KNOW IF IT WILL BE EXACTLY THE SAME IN MY ENVIRONMENT. >>Reporter: WHEN HE SWEEPS HIS WHITE CANE IN FRONT OF HIM, PLANTE CAN ONLY DETECT OBSTACLES AT HIS FEET. CAMPAIGN SIGNS LIKE THIS NDP ONE IN ROSEMONT OFTEN JUT OUT HALFWAY UP STREET POSTS AT EYE LEVEL.>>I CAN DETECT THE POLE WITH MY WHITE CANE, BUT I WILL NOT DETECT THE — THE — THE ELECTORAL SIGN THAT IS ON — THAT IS ON THE POLE. >>Reporter: PLANTE WORKS WITH AN ORGANIZATION THAT DEFENDS THE RIGHTS OF PEOPLE WHO ARE BLIND AND VISUALLY IMPAIRED. THEY RECENTLY SHARED THEIR CONCERNS ON FACEBOOK. IT WORKED. ALL CANDIDATES IN THE RIDING AGREED TO MAKE CHANGES. A SPOKESPERSON FOR THE NDP CANDIDATE SAYS A TEAM OF VOLUNTEERS CANVASSES THE RIDING ONCE A WEEK TO MAKE SURE THE RECOMMENDED HEIGHT OF 6’8″ STILL APPLIES TO OUR SIGNS. IT’S A WORK IN PROGRESS AND WE ARE DEFINITELY AIMING TO IMPROVE. ELECTIONS CANADA SAYS IT’S UP TO MUNICIPALITIES TO REGULATE WHERE SIGNS ARE PLACED. PLANTE HOPES ALL CANDIDATES TAKE NOTE AND THINK TWICE BEFORE PUTTING THEM UP. JAELA BERNSTIEN, CBC NEWS, MONTRÉAL.>>Anita: WELL, A NATUROPATH TOLD THIS BODY BUILDING TO GO PLANT BASED. HE LAUGHED AND THEN DID IT. COMING >>Mike: WELCOME BACK. HERE ARE SOME OF THE STORIES WE’RE FOLLOWING TONIGHT ON CBC VANCOUVER NEWS. >>I KNOW YOU COULDN’T DO THE RIGHT THING THEN, BUT YOU CAN STILL DO THE RIGHT THING NOW. PLEASE HELP GIVE OUR FAMILY SOME PEACE.>>Anita: A FAMILY OF A GREAT-GRANDMOTHER KILLED IN AN UNSOLVED HIT AND RUN AND PLEADING FOR THE DRIVER TO COME FORWARD. 69-YEAR-OLD SHARON MITCHELL WAS USING AN ELECTRIC WHEELCHAIR GOING THROUGH A MARKED CROSSWALK WHEN SHE WAS HIT. THE CAR IS BELIEVED TO BE A BLUE OR GREEN HATCHBACK MANUFACTURED BETWEEN 1995 AND 1997.>>Mike: ALSO AN ARREST WARRANT HAS BEEN ISSUED FOR A MAN WANTED IN CONNECTION WITH TWO VIOLENT CHOKINGS AND ROBBERIES AT SKYTRAIN STATIONS. POLICE SAY 42-YEAR-OLD ANDREW KRISZMANTUS COULD BE HEADING TO OR CURRENTLY IN EASTERN CANADA OR THE SUNSHINE COAST. [♪♪♪]>>Anita: WELL, PROTEIN IS A KEY NEWT TORONTO FOR ANYONE LOOKING TO PUT ON MUSCLE AND IT’S MOST EASILY FOUND IN MEAT. THE CONCEPT OF A VEGAN BODY BUILDING MIGHT SOUND LIKE AN OXYMORON. >>Mike: BACK IN ABBOTSFORD, A BODYBUILDER LAUGHED AT THE SUGGESTION AFTER A HEALTH SCARE, BUT THERE ARE WAYS TO GO MEATLESS AND STILL GET YOUR GAINS. >>Reporter: RAFFI BOWINGAN WAS A BIT MEAT EATER. >>A KETO JENNIC DIET. >>Reporter: HE FOLLOWED A STRICT DIET. BUT THEN THINGS TOOK A TURN. FOOD POISONING.>>SIX WEEKS TO RECOVER. I LOST ABOUT 18 POUNDS IN SIX WEEKS. SO DEVASTATING TO MYSELF.>>Reporter: AND AFTERWARDS, HIS DIGESTIVE SYSTEM JUST DIDN’T FEEL THE SAME.>>PARASITES AND BACTERIA THAT I INGESTED JUST KIND OF HAD A FIELD DAY WITH MY INSIDES AND I KNEW IT DID BECAUSE IT WAS MONTHS OF NOT BEING ABLE TO DIGEST FOOD AND JUST KIND OF GETTING THINNER AND THINNER. >>Reporter: SO NATUROPATH SUGGESTED A PLANT-BASED DIOT?>>I’M SORRY, WHAT’S THAT?>>Mike: HE WAS SKEPTICAL BUT GAVE IT A SHOT. SOON OTHERS AT THE GYM BEGAN TO TAKE NOTICE. MANY WITH QUESTIONS FOR THEIR FIRST EVER VEGAN BODYBUILDER. >>WHERE DO YOU GET YOUR PROTEIN. >>Mike: TO ANSWER SOME OF THE QUESTIONS, WE ENLISTED SFU SENIOR LECTURER DIANE BODYA. >>THE PLANT SOURCES THEY EAT. >>I’M GOING TO LACK VITAMIN B12. >>THOSE DIETS TEND TO LOWER IN IMPORTANT NUTRIENTS LIKE IRON, CALCIUM, LIKE VITAMIN D AND VEGANS IN PARTICULAR AT RISK FOR VITAMIN B12 DEFICIENCY BECAUSE YOU CANNOT GET THAT REALLY FROM NON-ANIMAL PRODUCTS.>>Reporter: BOGAN TAKES A MONTHLY SUPPLEMENT FOR B12 AND SOURCES IT FROM NUTRITIONAL YEAST. HE SAYS HE HAS NEVER FELT BETTER IN HIS WORKOUTS. >>I CAN HIT MUSCLE GROUPS TWO, THREE TIMES A WEEK WITHOUT THE MUSCLE SORENESS. >>Reporter: BUT BOTH HE AND BODYA ARE QUICK TO WARN NEW VEGANS TO FOLLOW A WELL-ROUNDED DIET. >>IF YOU EAT FRIES AND KETCHUP AND POTATO CHIPS, YOU COULD STILL BE A VEGAN IT’S NOT JUST ABOUT THE TITLE OF THE DIET BUT ALSO THE COMPOSITION OF THE DIET. I RECOMMEND ONE BASED ON A LOT OF WHOLE FOODS. >>Reporter: BACK IN THE GYM, BOGGAN SAYS HE IS PROOF THERE IS ANOTHER WAY. EVEN THOUGH IT CAME AS A SURPRISE TO HIM TOO. CBC NEWS, ABBOTSFORD. >>Anita: AS JOEL REPORTED, ONE OF THE TRENDS TOWARD A VEGAN LIFESTYLE IS ALL ABOUT HEALTH. BUT A NEW STUDY SUGGESTS BURGERS AND BACON ARE GETTING A BUM WRAP.>>Mike: IT CONCLUDES CUTTING BACK ON RED AND PROCESSED MEAT MAY NOT BRING ANY SUBSTANTIAL HEALTH BENEFITS. AS HEALTH REPORTER VIK ADHOPIA EXPLAINS, FINDINGS COULD TURN NUTRITION ADVICE OVER DECADES UPSIDE DOWN. >>Reporter: HE TRIED TO RESIST. >>WENT VEGETARIANISM FOR A WHILE. THEN DECIDED I DON’T THINK THAT’S THE RIGHT THING TO DO. THING MEAT IS OKAY WHEN IN MODERATION. >>Reporter: WE HAVE ALL HEARD THE WARNINGS FROM ORGANIZATIONS LIKE THE KAURNT SOCIETY TO HEALTH CANADA — CANCER SOCIETY — TO KEEP AN EYE ON HOW MUCH RED AND PROCESSED MEAT WE PUT ON OUR PLATES. A TEAM OF INTERNATIONAL RESEARCHERS FOUND AFTER REVIEWING YEARS OF DATA THAT CUTTING DOWN HAS NO CLEAR HEALTH BENEFIT. >>BASED ON THE RESEARCH, WE CANNOT SAY WITH ANY CERTAINTY THAT EATING RED OR PROCESSED MEAT CAUSES CANCER, DIABETES, OR HEART DISEASE.>>Reporter: THE STUDY CONCLUDES MOST PEOPLE DON’T NEED TO CHANGE HOW MUCH MEAT THEY EAT. IT’S A FINDING ATTRACTING SHARP CRITICISM. THE MOST PROMINENT FROM HARVARD SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH, WHICH CALLS THAT CONCLUSION IRRESPONSIBLE AND UNETHICAL. EVEN THREE PEOPLE ON THE RESEARCH PANEL HAD A PROBLEM WITH SAYING THAT IT WAS OKAY TO KEEP EATING RED MEAT, WHICH ANOTHER AUTHOR ACCEPTS. >>BUT EVERYBODY ON THE PANEL AGREED IT’S A VALUE AND PREFERENCE-SENSITIVE DECISION. IT’S NOT A SLAM DUNK. IT IS REASONABLE FOR SOME PEOPLE TO SAY YES, REASONABLE FOR SOME PEOPLE TO SAY NO.>>Reporter: NUTRITION RESEARCH HAS LONG BEEN CONTROVERSIAL AND OPEN TO INTERPRETATION OR REINTERPRETATION LEADING TO CONFLICTING ADVICE. WE USED TO BE WARNED AWAY FROM SATURATED FAT. NOW THE SCIENCE SAYS IT’S OKAY IN MODERATION. BUT THIS CONFLICTED RESEARCH COMES AT A PRICE, ACCORDING TO THIS CARDIOLOGIST.>>SO EITHER WE NEED TO PRODUCE GOOD DATA OR WE NEED TO STOP ARGUING ABOUT THESE THINGS BECAUSE OTHERWISE WE’RE JUST GOING TO BE PUTTING OUT STUDIES THAT CONTRADICT STUDIES THAT CAME OUT THE WEEK BEFORE AND THAT’S JUST GOING TO MAKE THE PUBLIC AND MOST OF THE MEDICAL COMMUNITY JUST CYNICAL ABOUT THE WHOLE PROCESS. >>Reporter: THIS LATEST RESEARCH IS UNLIKELY TO CHANGE ANY MINDS ABOUT THE RISKS OF RED MEAT, BUT IT SHOWS THERE IS STILL A HUNGER FOR THAT ANSWER. VIK ADHOPIA, CBC NEWS, TORONTO. [♪♪♪]>>Mike: 6:37. A LIVE LOOK ACROSS AT THE NORTH SHORE FROM OUR DOWNTOWN VANCOUVER STUDIOS. NICE SUNNY DAY TODAY, BUT IT’S COMING TO AN END. WE’LL TELL YOU WHEN AND HOW MUCH RAIN IS EXPECTED NEXT WITH BRETT. [♪♪♪] [♪♪♪]>>Mike: WELL, A CHEERFUL 70-YEAR-OLD DANISH TOURIST SHOWED REMARKABLE COMPOSURE DURING A DRAMATIC DESCENT ON HER FIRST EVER PARAGLIDING EXPERIENCE. >>Anita: DRAMATIC BECAUSE THE BRAKE LINES ON THE GLIDER FAILED, FORCING HER PILOT TO MAKE A RESERVE LANDING IN THE SEA. NO ONE WAS HURT BUT WELL SOMETIMES THE PICTURES SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES. [ Cheering ]>>I’M HAPPY NOW!>>YES! WOO!>>WHOA.>>OH, MY GOD. OH! FUTILE ALL RIGHT.>>Mike: YEAH, THAT WAS HER LAUGHING A BIT. TOOK TWO DAYS TO RECOVER THE CAMERA FROM THE RIGGING. THE INTREPID TOURIST SAYS SHE’LL BE BACK NEXT YEAR FOR ANOTHER FLIGHT. [♪♪♪]>>Mike: METEOROLOGIST BRETT SODERHOLM NOW HERE WITH THE FORECAST. AND AS OCTOBER 1STS GO, THIS WAS PRETTY DARN GOOD >>Brett: A NICE ENTRY INTO THIS MONTH. OCTOBER IS NOTORIOUSLY A BIT MORE RAINY THAN SEPTEMBER BUT INTERESTINGLY ENOUGH, IF YOU LOOK INTO THE DETAILS, THE AMOUNT OF RAIN THAT FELL IN VANCOUVER THROUGHOUT THE MONTH OF THIS PAST SEPTEMBER IS ACTUALLY EXACTLY THE AVERAGE THAT WE WOULD EXPECT FOR THE MONTH OF OCTOBER. THAT’S 121 MILLIMETRES OF RAIN. NOW, RAIN STILL IS GOING TO BE IN THE FORECAST, BUT NOT FOR THE IMMEDIATE FUTURE. I JUST WANTED TO WALK YOU THROUGH. THROUGHOUT THE OVERNIGHT PERIOD, JUST LOOKING AT SOME CLOUD HERE AND THERE AND THROUGH WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, REALLY JUST GOING TO BE A CLOUD STORY. TEMPERATURES STILL GOING TO BE GETTING VERY CLOSE TO SEASONAL. 16° OR SO. BUT RIGHT AROUND THE DINNER HOUR, MAYBE A BIT PAST, THAT’S WHEN I WOULD EXPECT TO SEE A FEW SHOWERS MAKE THEIR RETURN ACROSS THE METRO REGION. THIS IS GOING TO BE THE STORY THROUGHOUT THE OVERNIGHT PERIOD. WEDNESDAY INTO THURSDAY, AND REALLY, THAT’S GOING TO BE THE WAY THAT WE WIND OUT THE WORKWEEK. THIS IS ALL THANKS TO A FRONT THAT’S MOVING ONSHORE FROM THE PACIFIC OCEAN. THIS IS GOING TO BE BRINGING WIDESPREAD RAIN TO HAIDA GWAII, THE NORTH AND CENTRAL COAST AND VANCOUVER ISLAND THROUGHOUT MUCH OF THE DAY ON WEDNESDAY AND LASTING THROUGH THURSDAY. ON THE LOWER MAINLAND, YOU WILL SEE THAT BY THURSDAY AFTERNOON WE ARE STILL GOING TO BE EXPECTING SOME SHOWERS AND THAT IS GOING TO BE CONTINUING OFF AND ON, A LITTLE BIT MORE SPORADIC ALL THE WAY RIGHT THROUGH UNTIL FRIDAY. NOW, IN TERMS OF THE RAINFALL AMOUNTS HERE, I WANT YOU TO KEEP IN MIND THIS IS GOING TO BE A THREE-DAY TOTAL. WE’RE LOOKING FROM ESSENTIALLY WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, ALL THE WAY THROUGH FRIDAY. IN GENERAL, MOST PEOPLE IN AND AROUND VANCOUVER CAN BE EXPECTING ABOUT 20 TO 40 MILLIMETRES OF RAIN. IT’S GOING TO BE A BIT LESS IF YOU ARE DOWN TOWARDS, SAY, DELTA. SOUTH SURREY PROBABLY NOT GETTING NEARLY AS MUCH AS THAT AND, OF COURSE, HIGHER ELEVATIONS NATURALLY GETTING ON TO THE UPPER END. BECAUSE OF THAT RAIN, WE ARE EXPECTING SOME COOLER TEMPERATURES TO BE PUSHING IN. MOSTLY WEDNESDAY IS GOING TO BE A FINE DAY, BUT THURSDAY, THAT’S THE ONE I THINK WE’LL START TO SEE A BIT OF A CHANGE. IT’S ON THE COOLER SIDE HERE IN VANCOUVER. HIGH TEMPERATURES LIKELY UP TO 13° OR SO AND MEANWHILE INTO THE INTERIOR, DEFINITELY ON THE COOL SIDE. BUT STILL A LITTLE BIT WARMER BY COMPARISON. IN TERMS OF THE FIVE-DAY FORECAST HERE, A LOT OF WHAT I SAID ALREADY IS REALLY GOING TO KEEP IN PLACE. WE’RE LOOKING AT MOSTLY A CLOUDY DAY HERE ON WEDNESDAY. 16° OR SO IS SEASONAL FOR THAT TIME OF YEAR. BUT I WANT TO MENTION AGAIN THE OVERNIGHT LOWS, WE’RE LOOKING AT ABOUT 9° OR SO. THURSDAY, SHOWERS. PRETTY HIGH CONFIDENCE IT’S GOING TO BE CONTINUING THROUGHOUT MUCH OF THE DAY, KEEPING EVERYTHING ON THE COOL SIDE. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, THAT’S THE SPORADIC ENDING OF THE SHOWERS. AS OF RIGHT NOW, SATURDAY INTO SUNDAY IS LOOKING GOOD FOR THE UPCOMING WEEKEND.>>Anita: THURSDAY IS OFFICIALLY A FIREPLACE AND COZY TEA NIGHT. >>Brett: YOU GOT THAT RIGHT.>>Anita: THANKS, BRETT. >>Brett: YOU ARE WELCOME. [♪♪♪]>>Anita: A SMALL SIDEWALK CAFE USED FLAIR — THE PAYMENTS STOPPED LEAVING THOUSANDS SHORT. WHY WITH THE COFFEE BEANS THE PROBLEM? THAT’S NEXT. [♪♪♪]>>HI, I’M AMY BELL AND HERE’S WHAT’S IN YOUR CBC VANCOUVER INBOX. ON THE COAST, GLORIA MACARENKO RETURNS. SIGNATURE ART AUCTION AND GALA ON OCTOBER 26TH. GET YOUR TICKETS ONLINE TODAY. AND CBC VANCOUVER’S DAN BURRITT IS BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND AT RICHMOND HOSPITAL FOUNDATION’S STAR LIGHT GALA ON OCTOBER 19TH. FOR MORE INFORMATION AND TICKETS, VISIT RICHMOND HOSPITAL FOUNDATION.COM. FOR MORE CHECK US OUT ONLINE. [♪♪♪]>>Anita: A MASSIVE SUSPENSION BRIDGE IN TAIWAN HAS COLLAPSED INTO A HARBOUR BELOW IT.>>Mike: AND IT WAS ALL CAUGHT ON CAMERA. THE BRIDGE APPEARS TO FALL KIND OF IN SLOW MOTION. SEVERAL PEOPLE WERE SERIOUSLY INJURED. EMERGENCY CREWS CONTINUED TO SEARCH FOR SIX OTHERS MISSING AND BELIEVE TO BE TRAPPED IN THE WRECKAGE. THE DEBRIS CRUSHED SEVERAL FISHING BOATS AND SENT AT LEAST TWO VEHICLES PLUMMETING INTO THE WATER INCLUDING AN OIL TANKER TRUCK. NO WORD YET ON WHAT CAUSED THE COLLAPSE. >>Anita: MEANWHILE, IN THE U.S., A WHITE FORMER COP WHO SHOT AND KILLED AN UNARMED BLACK NEIGHBOUR LAST YEAR HAS BEEN CONVICTED OF MURDER. >>Mike: CBC’S KIM BRUNHUBER HAS THE DETAILS FROM AN EXTRAORDINARY CASE.>>I PULLED MY GUN OUT AND I YELLED AT HIM. LIKE, LET ME SEE YOUR HANDS. LET ME SEE YOUR HANDS. >>Reporter: AMBER GUYGER. THE FORMER DALLAS POLICE OFFICER SAYS SHE CAME HOME FROM WORK AND PARKED ON THE WRONG LEVEL. SHE ENTERED WHAT SHE THOUGHT WAS HER APARTMENT AND SAW AN UNARMED STRANGER INSIDE. 26-YEAR-OLD BOATHAM JEAN AND SHOT HIM. [ Crying ]>>SCARED WHOEVER WAS INSIDE THE APARTMENT WAS GOING TO KILL ME. >>Reporter: HER DEFENCE TEAM ARGUED IT WAS SELF-DEFENCE. >>ORDINARY AND PRUDENT PERSON WHO MADE A MISTAKE.>>NOT A MISTAKE. A SERIES OF UNREASONABLE DECISIONS.>>Reporter: THE PROSECUTION SAID SHE MAY HAVE BEEN DISTRACTED BY SEXUALLY EXPLICIT TEXTS BETWEEN HER AND HER MARRIED POLICE PARTNER. THEY ARGUED BARGING INTO JEAN’S HOME WAS AGGRESSIVE AND RECKLESS.>>SHE GOT ON THE STAND AND TOLD YOU WHAT HER INTENT WAS. HER INTENT WAS TO KILL. THAT’S MURDER.>>THE JURY …>>Reporter: THE VERDICT WAS HIGHLY ANTICIPATED. THE CASE GARNERING CONTINUAL ATTENTION BECAUSE HISTORICALLY SO MANY POLICE OFFICERS HAVE BEEN CLEARED IN CASES LIKE THESE. >>WE THE JURY FIND THE DEFENDANT GUILTY OF MURDER AS CHARGED IN THE INDICTMENT. NO OUTBURSTS. >>Reporter: WITH THAT, GUYGER THE FIRST DALLAS OFFICER CONVICTED OF MURDER SINCE THE 1970s. THE PUNISHMENT PHASE OF THE TRIAL NOW BEGINS. GUYGER COULD FACE ANYWHERE FROM FIVE YEARS IN JAIL TO LIFE IN PRISON.>>THIS VERDICT IS FOR TRAYVON MARTIN, FOR MICHAEL BROWN. >>Reporter: THE ATTORNEYS FOR THE FAMILY SAY THE VERDICT IS A VICTORY FOR BLACK AMERICA. >>THE TIDE IS GOING TO CHANGE HERE. POLICE OFFICERS ARE GOING TO BE HELD ACCOUNTABLE FOR THEIR ACTIONS. >>Reporter: STILL, JEAN WAS A SUCCESSFUL, EDUCATED, INNOCENT MAN KILLED IN HIS OWN HOME WHILE EATING VANILLA ICE CREAM. HIS FAMILY SAYS IT SHOULDN’T TAKE SUCH A CLEAR-CUT CASE FOR AN UNARMED PERSON OF COLOUR TO GET JUSTICE IN AMERICA. KIM BRUNHUBER, CBC NEWS, LOS ANGELES. [♪♪♪]>>Anita: TECHNOLOGY YOU MAY HAVE USED. IT’S CALLED SQUARE AND IT ALLOWS VENDORS TO GET THEIR CUSTOMERS TO TAP AND SWIPE THEIR CARDS TO PAY.>>Mike: BUT FOR ONE TORONTO MAN, USING SQUARE LED TO A LOSS OF THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS. AS JOHN LANCASTER REPORTS, IT SEEMS IT HAS TO DO WITH THE BEANS IN HER BREW.>>Reporter: MONICA SELLS CUPS OF JOE AT HER LITTLE HAVANA MOBILE COFFEE TRAILER. BUT IT’S HER DOUGH, THE MISSING MONEY, THAT STARTED IT ALL. >>WHERE IS THE MONEY IS A GREAT QUESTION. ALMOST ALMOST — I WOULD SAY OVER $14,000 NOW. >>Reporter: SINCE LATE AUGUST, SHE SAYS ABOUT $14,000 WORTH OF PAYMENTS SHE COLLECTED USING SQUARE NEVER MADE IT TO HER BANK ACCOUNT. THE PROBLEM PERSISTED FOR WEEKS. SO MUCH SO, SHE STARTED ACCEPTING CASH ONLY FEARING MORE MONEY MIGHT GO MISSING.>>I WOULD SAY AT LEAST 80% OF OUR CUSTOMERS USED CARDS, CREDIT CARDS OR DEBIT. AND WE HAVE LOST A LOT OF BUSINESS BECAUSE OF THAT.>>Reporter: SHE SAYS SQUARE CANADA LED HER TO BELIEVE IT WAS A GLITCH INVOLVING WHAT IT CALLED AN ACQUIRING PROCESS. NOW SHE SAYS THEY HAVE TOLD HER IT’S NOT A TECH ISSUE AT ALL. IT’S ABOUT HER COFFEE BEANS. CUBAN COFFEE BEANS. MONICA SAYS SQUARE CANADA TOLD HER THEY USE A U.S. BANK TO HELP PROCESS HER CUSTOMERS’ PAYMENTS. WELL, THE U.S. HAS A TRADE EMBARGO AGAINST CUBA AND THE U.S. BANK, WELL, SEEMINGLY IT HAS CONCERNS OVER PAYMENTS FOR CUBAN COFFEE BEANS. HER COFFEE STAND DOESN’T DO BUSINESS IN THE U.S. AND THE CUBAN BEANS ARE IMPORTED LEGALLY THROUGH A CANADIAN DISTRIBUTOR. HER BANK ACCOUNT IS ALSO IN CANADA. SQUARE CANADA SPOKESPERSON CONFIRMED WITH CBC NEWS “THERE IS NO TECH PROBLEM” BUT DID NOT RESPOND TO SPECIFIC QUESTIONS. IN THE MEANTIME, MONICA SAYS SQUARE CANADA HAS SUGGESTED THEY’LL REFUND HER FOR $14,000. >>I HAVE A FAMILY. OUR EMPLOYEES HAVE FAMILIES. YOU KNOW, AND THEY NEED TO GET PAID. AND SO DO WE.>>Reporter: SHE ALSO SAYS LITTLE HAVANA WILL BE LOOKING FOR ANOTHER TECH COMPANY TO PROCESS PAYMENTS, ONE THAT USES ONLY CANADIAN BANKS. JOHN LANCASTER, CBC NEWS, TORONTO.>>Mike: A CANADIAN MAN TRAVELLING TO THE U.S. THROUGH THE ABBOTSFORD-SUMAS BORDER CROSSING HAS BEEN BANNED FROM AMERICA FOR FIVE YEARS. HE HAD BEEN HOPING TO VOLUNTEER AT AN ARTS FESTIVAL SOUTH OF THE BORDER.>>Anita: SOME IMMIGRATION LAWYERS SAY HE IS NOT ALONE IN FACING A BAN. AS JASON WARICK REPORTS, THEY SAY THEY HAVE SEEN A GROWING NUMBER OF CANADIANS BARRED IN RECENT MONTHS.>>Reporter: THE SHE BANG ARTS FESTIVAL IN NORTHERN WASHINGTON DRAWS PAINTERS, MUSICIANS AND OTHER PERFORMERS FROM ACROSS NORTH AMERICA. ONE OF THOSE WAS SASKATOON ACTOR AND SET DESIGNER KYLE. HE HAD OFFERED TO VOLUNTEER FOR THE THREE-DAY EVENT LAST MONTH. HIS MEALS WERE COVERED, BUT HE WAS PAYING HIS OWN EXPENSES. HE HAD BEEN TO THE U.S. BEFORE AND SAYS IT HAD NEVER BEEN A PROBLEM. BUT THIS TIME AT THE BORDER, HE WAS TAKEN TO A SIDE ROOM AND QUESTIONED FOR FOUR HOURS. HE SAYS OFFICERS TOLD HIM HE WAS TAKING WORK AWAY FROM AMERICANS. THEY DIDN’T JUST TELL HIM TO GO HOME. THEY BANNED HIM FROM THE U.S. FOR FIVE YEARS.>>WHEN I FIRST HEARD I JUST — I COULDN’T STOP LAUGHING. IT WAS — I THOUGHT IT WAS SO RIDICULOUS. THAT I WAS COMING DOWN TO HELP THEIR COUNTRY, YOU KNOW, PUT ON AN ART AND CULTURE THING, AND THEY DON’T WANT MY HELP. >>ANY CANADIAN WHO DOESN’T HAVE A FULL-TIME JOB OR, LET’S SAY, THEY ARE LIVING WITH THEIR PARENTS AND DOESN’T HAVE, LIKE, THEIR OWN RESIDENCE, UNDER THESE RECENT EXPEDITED REMOVALS THAT I HAVE BEEN SEEING, THEY COULD BE BARRED. >>Reporter: KYLE SAYS HE STILL CAN’T BELIEVE IT.>>IT WAS FUNNY AT FIRST AND THEN AFTER THAT I JUST — YOU KNOW, IT LEFT ME MAD AND UPSET AND UPSET THAT THIS IS THE STATE THAT OUR WORLD IS IN, THAT, LIKE, THIS IS THE STATE THAT OUR TWO NATIONS ARE IN, BETWEEN ONE ANOTHER. >>Reporter: U.S. CUSTOMS AND BORDER PROTECTION OFFICIALS SAY THEY DON’T DISCUSS INDIVIDUAL CASES. BUT THEY ADMIT THAT A GROWING NUMBER OF CANADIANS HAVE BEEN ISSUED TRAVEL BANS IN RECENT WEEKS. THEY SAY PEOPLE CAN BE BANNED FOR A NUMBER OF REASONS. THESE INCLUDE PRIOR CRIMINAL CONVICTIONS, SECURITY REASONS, HEALTH CONCERNS, OR LABOUR ISSUES. KYLE WAS TOLD HE CAN APPEAL BUT HE IS NOT SURE IF HE WILL. HE WAS TOLD THE APPLICATION AND LEGAL FEES WILL COST MORE THAN $3,000. JASON WARICK, CBC NEWS, SASKATOON. [♪♪♪]>>Mike: FOR THE FIRST TIME IN 28 YEARS, CANADA HAS A MEDAL AT ONE OF THE WORLD TRACK CHAMPIONSHIPS’ MARQUEE EVENTS. WE’LL SHOW YOU WHAT HAPPENED NEXT. [♪♪♪]>>Announcer: WEDNESDAY ON “THE EARLY EDITION.” IN THE 50ER, SHE MADE TOFU BY HAND. TODAY HIS COMPANY’S SUNRISE TOFU IS THE LARGEST IN CANADA. WE’LL HEAR THAT STORY AND MORE TOMORROW ON “THE EARLY EDITION.” [♪♪♪]>>Mike: WELL, FOR THE SIXTH YEAR, THE WE FOR SHE CONFERENCE IS BRINGING HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS TOGETHER AND INSPIRING THEM TO BECOME LEADERS. >>IT’S IMPORTANT TO EXPLORE THE OPPORTUNITIES AND REACH OUT AND FIND OTHER YOUNG LEADERS AROUND AND EMPOWER EACH OTHER. >>I THINK PART OF IT WAS REACHING OUT AND DISPLAYING THE MESSAGE, BECAUSE FINDING SOMETHING CAN BE EASY. BUT REALLY GETTING PEOPLE TO STAND UP FOR THE CAUSE CAN BE MORE DIFFICULT.>>Mike: THE GOAL OF WE FOR SHE IS TO HELP STUDENTS FORM LASTING CONNECTIONS AND INSPIRE THEM TO BE BOLD IN THEIR CAREER CHOICES AND TURN INCREASING DIVERSITY AND LEADERSHIP ROLES AND INCREASING A MORE SUSTAINABLE FUTURE. >>FILLED WITH PEOPLE WHO ALL — AND GIRLS AND WOMEN — WHO ALL WANT TO BE PART OF THE CHANGE OF THE FUTURE AND WE WANT WANT TO TALK TOGETHER AND COME UP WITH IDEAS AND LEARN FROM EACH OTHER AND THINKS — ALL LIKE-MINDED IN THAT SENSE. BUT WE HAVE DIVERSE OPINIONS AND VERY DIFFERENT BACKGROUNDS. SO THAT CONVERSATION WE’RE HAVING IS A VERY INTERESTING ONE THAT CAN MOVE THE WORLD FORWARD TODAY. >>Mike: THIS YEAR’S SPEAKER WAS OLYMPIC MEDALLIST TESSA VIRTUE. MORE THAN 1300 DELEGATES ATTENDED, MORE THAN HALF OF WHOM WERE HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS FROM AROUND BC.>>Anita: FROM TESSA VIRTUE TO CANADIAN SPRINTER ANDRE DE GRASSE. HE HAS WON ANOTHER MEDAL TODAY AT THE WORLD TRACK AND FIELD CHAMPIONSHIPS IN QATAR. [ Cheering ]>>A HUGE ROAR FOR THIS HOTLY ANTICIPATED FINAL. GREAT START BY DE GRASSE.>>Anita: 24-YEAR-OLD FROM MARKHAM, ONTARIO, WAS OUT OF THE BLOCKS QUICKLY AND FINISHED STRONG IN THE 200 METRES FINAL BUT IT WASN’T ENOUGH TO BEAT THE AMERICAN NOAH WEISS, WHO TOOK THE GOLD. THIS IS CANADA’S FIRST MEDAL IN THIS EVENT SINCE 1991. THE SILVER IS DE GRASSE’S SECOND MEDAL AT THIS YEAR’S WORLDS. HE WON THE BRONZE IN THE 100-METRE FINAL ON SATURDAY.>>Mike: GREAT TO SEE THAT. >>Anita: IT’S A GREAT YEAR FOR CANADA RIGHT NOW. >>Mike: GETTING EXCITED FOR THE OLYMPICS. >>Anita: I SHOULD KNOCK ON WOOD. [ Laughter ]>>Mike: EXACTLY. JUST A REMINDER, YOU CAN ALWAYS FIND OUR NEWS PROGRAM ONLINE. cbc.ca/bc.>>Anita: DAN BURRITT IS HERE AT 11 AFTER “THE NATIONAL.” HAVE A GOOD NIGHT. [♪♪♪] [♪♪♪]

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