WATCH LIVE: CBC Vancouver News at 6 for Feb 13. — Rail Blockades, Olympic Legacy, Coronavirus

WATCH LIVE: CBC Vancouver News at 6 for Feb 13. — Rail Blockades, Olympic Legacy, Coronavirus


>>TONIGHT ON CBC VANCOUVER NEWS…>>THERE’S A HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATION HAPPENING ON THE WET’SUWET’EN TERRITORY, THAT’S SOVEREIGN.>>PROTESTERS TAKE OVER THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL’S OFFICE IN VANCOUVER.>>>ALSO WEST COAST EXPRESS SERVICE CANCELLED TONIGHT AS PROTESTERS SHOW UP NEAR THE C.P. RAIL YARD IN COQUITLAM.>>>AND…>>WE’RE A SPECIALLY BUILT PLAYGROUND… IN RICHMOND, VANCOUVER!>>JUSTIN MCILROY’S UNIQUE LOOK OUGHT ALL THE UNIQUE LEGACIES OF THE 2010 OLYMPICS.>>WE HOPE PEOPLE DON’T HAVE TO MISS A DAY OF WORK BUT MORE IMPORTANT TO US IS DEFENDING THE SOVEREIGN OF THE WET’SUWET’EN NATION.>>THIS WAS THE SCENE IN COQUITLAM TONIGHT. DOZENS OF PROTESTERS ARE BLOCK BEING THE C.P. TRACKS NEAR THE MAIN RAIL LINE THERE. ILLUSTRATES ONE OF SEVERAL ANSWER PIPELINE PROTESTS HAPPENING ACROSS THE COUNTRY.>>>GOOD EVENING. THE RAIL LINE BLOCKADE IN COQUITLAM TONIGHT IS HAVING A BIG IMPACT ON THE EVENING RUSH HOUR.>>DEFINITELY, MIKE, CERTAINLY AN UNEXPECTED IMPACT ON COMMUTERS TONIGHT. BEHIND ME THERE IS A WEST COAST EXPRESS TRAIN ON THE TRACKS AND IT’S NOT MOVING AND NONE OF THEM ARE MOVING TONIGHT MEANING PASSENGERS HAVE TO FIND ANOTHER WAY HOME. THIS IS CAUSED BY THE BLOCKADE UP THE TRACK. FOR COMMUTERS TRYING TO GET HOME DURING RUSH HOUR, IT’S A HUGE INCONVENIENCE.>>THIS IS NONSENSE, TRULY IT IS. SORRY TO SAY.>>THIS IS NOT MAKING A HEALTHY POINT OF IT, AS FAR AS I’M CONCERNED.>>IT’S NOT JUST WEST COAST EXPRESS TRAINS SITTING IDLE TONIGHT IN VANCOUVER. ELSEWHERE IN THE COUNTRY, PASSENGER AND FREIGHT SERVICE HAS BEEN DERAILED. VIA RAIL MOSTLY SHUT DOWN NATIONWIDE AS A RESULT OF BLOCKADES BY PIPELINE PROTESTERS. C.N. RAIL IS ALSO SHUTTING DOWN ITS RAILWAY NETWORK IN EASTERN CANADA. IN VANCOUVER, PROTESTERS ARE TRYING TO GET THE GOVERNMENT TO LISTEN.>>Reporter: 40 PIPELINE PROTESTERS OCCUPIED ATTORNEY-GENERAL DAVID EBY’S OFFICE IN KITSILANO CALLING FOR HIM TO REVOKE PERMITS FOR LNG CANADA AND ORDER THE R.C.M.P. TO BACK OUT OF WET’SUWET’EN TERRITORY.>>IT’S OUR TURF TODAY!>>Reporter: PROTESTERS EVENTUALLY CLEARED OUT BUT SAID THEIR PROTEST IS FAR FROM OVER.>>ASKING TO MEET WITH THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL DAVID EBY IS A SERIOUS AND REAL ENGLAND.>>Reporter: IN VICTORIA, THE MINISTER AT THE PRESENT TIME AN EYE ON THE SITUATION BUT GAVE NO PROMISES.>>MY CONCERN WOULD SEASONAL BE FOR THE SECURITY OF THE INFORMATION OF CONSTITUENTS THAT WE HAVE IN THE OFFICE, AND THE SAFETY OF MY STAFF.>>Reporter: THE RALLY WAS THE LATEST IN A SERIES OF ANTI-PIPELINE PROTESTS THIS WEEK, LEADING TO ARRESTS IN VANCOUVER AND OTHER PARTS OF CANADA. BUTTED TO THE PROVINCE EXTENDED AN OLIVE BRANCH. PREMIER JOHN HORGAN SAYS THE B.C. GOVERNMENT HAS AGREED TO MEET WITH LOCAL FACIAL LEADERSHIP AS PART OF A RESOLUTION TO TAKE DOWN A C.N. RAIL BLOCKADE NEAR NEW HAZELTON. INDIGENOUS RELATIONS MINISTER SCOTT FRASER SAYS HE’LL BE PART OF THAT MEETING AND SO WILL THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT.>>THERE’S BEEN A REQUEST FOR THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TO BE INVOLVED FROM THE WET’SUWET’EN FOR MANY WEEKS NOW. SO I’M HOPEFUL, IT MAY HELP THE SITUATION.>>Reporter: A MOVE THAT SEEMS TO HAVE WORKED. LATER TODAY THE BLOCKADE CAME DOWN.>>WITH CANADA SHUT DOWN THE PRESSURE IS ON. IT’S ANTIENT FOR THE GOVERNMENTS, PROVINCIAL AND CANADA, TO CORRECT THIS — AND WE’RE WILLING TO WORK AT CORRECTING IT.>>Reporter: BUT THERE IS THE PROMISE OF MUCH MORE ACTION TO COME.>>SINCE TRAINS ARE NOT RUNNING HERE TONIGHT, PASSENGERS WHO RELY ON THE WOE EXPRESS ARE INSTEAD ASKED TO TAKE THE SKYTRAIN OR BUS. COAST MOUNTAIN BUS COMPANY IS ALSO LOOKING AT INCREASING SERVICE.>>ANDREA ROSS LIVE AT WATERFRONT STATION TONIGHT. THANK.>>>MEANWHILE, IN VICTORIA WET’SUWET’EN SUPPORTERS MAU FACE ARRESTS IF THEIR PROTESTS INTERFEAR WITH GOVERNMENT BUSINESS. DEMONSTRATORS PLANNED PROTESTS TOMORROW AIMED AT WIDESPREAD DISRUPTION OF GOVERNMENT ACTIVITY BUT AN INJUNCTION GRANTED TODAY BY A B.C. JUDGE AUTHORIZED PEOPLE TO ARREST AND REMOVE THEM IF THEY DO. AND IT APPLIES IN ALL VICTORIA LOCATIONS WHERE GOVERNMENT WORK EVEN OCCASIONALLY TAKES PLACE. LAWFUL PROTESTS ARE STILL ALLOWED IN DESIGNATED PUBLIC AREAS. THE PRIME MINISTER ALSO ADDED HIS VOICE TODAY TO THE CALLS FOR LEGAL DEMONSTRATIONS.>>Rt. Hon. Justin Trudeau: OBVIOUSLY THIS IS A SITUATION WE’RE FOLLOWING CLOSELY. I HAD A LONG AND CONSTRUCTIVE CONVERSATION WITH PREMIER HORGAN ON THE FLIGHT. WE’RE A COUNTRY OF THE RULE OF LAW AND WHICH NEED TO ENSURE THOSE LAWS ARE FOLLOWED.>>Mike: IN ONTARIO SIMMERING FRUSTRATIONS REMAIN WITH PEOPLE ON BOTH SIDES ON HOW THEY’RE BEING PORTRAYED IN THE STAND-OFF.>>WE’RE NOT STOPPING UNTIL YOU STOP. SO WHEN YOU HAVE “S, YOUR COLONIAL POLITICIANS MIKE MARK MILLER, TURNING THE SITUATION AROUND, WE’RE THE ONES THAT ARE BEING VIOLENT? YOU CAN ASK HIM. YOU ARE LYING. YOU’RE MANIPULATING. YOU’RE TURNING THE SITUATION AROUND. YOU’RE GAS LIGHTING US.>>MOHAWKS AT A RAIL STATION STAND-OFF IN SOUTHERN ONTARIO ARE STILL WEIGHING WEATHER TO MEET WITH INDIGENOUS SERVICES MINISTER MARK MILLER. THE CAMP SET UP NEXT TO THE TRACKS IS ONE OF THE BUSIEST RAIL CORRIDORS IN CANADA. EIGHT DAYS AGO IT WAS SET UP AND IT REMAINS IN PLACE. ONTARIO SUPERIOR COURT ISSUED AN INJUNCTION LAST WEEK BARRING CONTINUED INTERFERENCE WITH OPERATIONS BUS O.P.P. HAVE NOT ENFORCED THAT GUNG AM THERE HAVE BEEN LEAST FOUR OTHER AREAS IN CANADA WHERE RAIL LINES HAVE BEEN AFFECTED BY PROTESTS. THE ONE IN SOUTHERN MANITOBA DID COME TO AN END TODAY.>>AND EVEN WITH THAT INJUNCTION WE ARE EXPECTING WIDESPREAD PROTESTS IN VICTORIA TOMORROW, THE B.C. PUBLIC SAFETY MINISTER SAYS THERE WILL BE CONSEQUENCES FOR DEMONSTRATORS WHO CROSS THE LINE. SO HOW FAR CAN PROTESTERS GO TO EXERCISE THEIR FREEDOM OF POLITICAL EXPRESSION? JON HERNANDEZ REPORTS ON THE RIGHT TO PROTEST.>>STENGS HAVE FLARED AT THE B.C. LEGISLATURE ALL WEEK WHILE THERE’S BEEN SOME UNDERSTANDING FROM POLITICIANS.>>WE LIVE IN A DEMOCRATIC SOCIETY AND PEACEFUL PROTEST IS ALLOWED AND THAT HAS INCLUDED NOISY PROTESTS OUT ON SIDEWALKS.>>Reporter: TODAY PUBLIC SAFETY MINISTER MIKE FARNWORTH ALSO ISSUED A STERN WARNING.>>WHAT IS NOT ACCEPTABLE ARE PROTESTS TO INTIMIDATE PEOPLE, WHAT IS MOTT ACCEPTABLE ARE PROTESTS THAT HAIRS PEOPLE.>>Reporter: JOHN HORGAN’S DEPUTY MINISTER CALLED THE BEHAVIOUR OF SOME WET’SUWET’EN PROTESTERS REPREHENSIBLE AND UNACCEPTABLE ADDING PUBLIC SERVANTS WERE BULLIED. SO FAR NO ARRESTS HERE, BEGGING THE QUESTION, JUST WHEN DO PROTESTERS CROSS THE LINE? THIS MIGHT BE ONE OF THE MORE AMBITIOUS AND WIDESPREAD RESISTANCE MOVEMENT I’VE SEEN IN CANADA IN A LONG TIME.>>Reporter: EXPERTS LIKE DAVID MOSCROP SAY THE CLEAR ANSWER IS WHEN THERE’S PHYSICAL HARM.>>I DON’T SUPPORT PHYSICAL VIOLENCE AGAINST ANYONE WHO’S JUST PEACEFULLY GOING ABOUT THEIR DAY. SO — FOR INSTANCE I DON’T THINK STANDING IN FRONT OF A POLITICIAN WHO’S TRYING TO GET INTO A BUILDING CONSTITUTES VIOLENCE.>>(In unison): R.C.M.P. STAND DOWN!>>Reporter: BUT MASS DISRUNNINGS LIKE WE’VE SEEN ON THE STREETS TENDS TO BE FAIR GAME.>>OVER HISTORY YOU’LL SEE A LOT OF PROTESTS THAT HAVE BLOCKED OFF THE STREETS.>>Reporter: THIS LAWYER SAYS BLOCKING OFF ROADS, EVEN RAILWAYS, CAN BE PROTECTED UNDER FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION.>>WE HAVE A RIGHT MANY CANADA TO PREMIUM OF EXPRESSION. IT’S GUARANTEED IN THE CHARTER. ONE OF THE MOST HIGHLY PROTECTED VERSIONS OR HIGHLY PROTECTED AREAS OF FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION IS POLITICAL EXPRESSION. AND THIS IS PURE POLITICAL EXPRESSION, THESE PROTESTS.>>Reporter: UNTIL THEY BECOME A SOCIAL NUISANCE. THAT’S WHEN INJUNCTIONS CAN BE ORDERED AND POLICE CAN MOVE IN. AN INCONVENIENCE FOR SOME, BUT…>>I THINK IT’S IMPORTANT FOR EVERYBODY TO RECOGNIZE WHEN YOU’RE BEING INCONVENIENCED THAT THIS IS SOMEONE ELSE EXPRESSING THEIR OPINION IN A LAWFIRM MANNER THAT THEY’RE ENTITLED TO DO.>>JON HERNANDEZ, CBC NEWS, VANCOUVER.>>Mike: CANADIANS APPEAR DIVIDED ABOUT THE PROTESTS. RESULTS OF A NEW ANGUS REID PUBLIC OPINION POLL SUGGEST THE DIVISION IS ALONG POLITICAL, REGIONAL AND ECONOMIC LINES. TWO IN FIVE CANADIANS, 39%, SAY THEY SUPPORT THE WET’SUWET’EN SOLIDARITY PROTEST HE IS. THEY TEPID TO BE YOUNGER WOMEN, LEFT ON OTT POLITICAL SPECTRUM OR LOWER INCOME EARNERS. 51% SUPPORT THE COASTAL GAS LINK PROJECT UP NORTH, THAT’S IN ALL PROVINCES EXCEPT QUEBEC. 57% BELIEVE THE PIPELINE WILL BE BUILT DESPITE THE PROTESTS.>>>CLEARLY THERE ARE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE WET’SUWET’EN LED CHEERS AND THE GOVERNMENT OVER THE PIPELINE PROJECT. LESS CLEAR AND HOW MUCH SUPPORT THE CHIEFS HAVE AMONG THEIR OWN PEOPLE. TINA LOVGREEN EXAMINES HOW INTERNAL POLITICS AND HISTORY PLAY INTO ALL THIS>>I SEE ON SOCIAL MEDIA WHERE OUR PEOPLE GET TARGETED.>>Reporter: EVER SINCE IS THE PIPELINE WAS APPROVED, KAREN OGAN-TAIT SAYS SHE’S BEEN FACING RESISTANCE, EVEN THREATS. AS A FORMER ELECTED WET’SUWET’EN CHIEFS SHE SIGNED ONE OF THE AGREEMENTS TO APPROVE THE COASTAL GAS LINK PIPELINE.>>MAO I HEART I KNOW I’VE DONE THE RIGHT THING FOR OUR PEOPLE. MY HEART IS IN THE RIGHT PLACE.>>Reporter: AS THE C.E.O. OF THE FIRST NATION ELNG ALLIANCE, SHE BELIEVES THE PROJECT WILL BRING PROSPERITY.>>IF THE PEOPLE ARE LIVING MANY POVERTY THE WAY TO OVERCOME IT IS THROUGH PROPER TRAINING, TRADES, EDUCATION, AND A JOB.>>Reporter: 20 FIRST NATIONS INCLUDING FIVE OUT OF SIC ELECTED BAND COUNCILS YOU HAVE THE WET’SUWET’EN HAVE SIGNED ON TO THE PROJECT, BUT THE LED CHEERS, HEREDITARY CHIEFS CHIEFS, LEADERSHIP BEFORE THE INDIAN ACT HAS NOT ACCEPTED IT.>>THEY HAVE NEVER GIVEN UP THEIR RIGHT TO SELF-DETERMINATION.>>Reporter: THIS EXPERT SAYS THE GOVERNMENT HAS NEVER OFFICIALLY ACKNOWLEDGED THE TRADITIONAL GOVERNANCE OF THE HEREDITARY CHIEFS, BUT EACH COMMUNITY IS DEALING WITH THAT DIFFERENTLY.>>PEOPLE EXPECT INDIGENOUS PEOPLE TO BE UNITED, OR, IF THEY’RE NOT, THEN THAT’S SOME SORT OF CRITICISM, LIKE, YOU OBVIOUSLY DON’T HAVE YOUR HOUSE IN ORDER.>>BUT NOBODY IS UNITED ON ONE PARTICULAR THING.>>Reporter: IN KITIMAT A $40 MILLION LNG PLANT IS BEING BUILT IN HIS BACKYARDS. HE SAYS POLITICIANINGS SHOULD STAY OUT OF THE DISCUSSION INSIDE THE WET’SUWET’EN FIRST NATION.>>YOU HAVE TO LET THESE COMMUNITIES ALONG TO LET THEM DECIDE NAIR LEADERSHIP ISSUES ON THEIR OWN, NO INTERFERENCE.>>STOP THE DIVIDE. THE ELECTED COUNCILS ARE WE SWEAT PEOPLE. THEY’RE CLAN — WET’SUWET’EN PEOPLE, THEY’RE CLAN MEMBERS TOO. THEY ALL MATTER.>>WHICH GIVES OGAN-TAIT HOPES THEY CAN FIND A PATH FORWARD. TINA LOVGREEN, CBC NEWS, CHILLIWACK.>>Mike: A VANCOUVER MAN HAS PLEADED GUILTY IN A HIT-AND-RUN THAT LEFT A SKATEBOARDER DEAD IN 2016. BRIAN BARRON HAS SKATEBOARDING WITH A VRIENDD FRIEND ON HEATHER NEAR EAST 454th WHEN HE OFFICE HIT AND LATER DIED. ANOTHER CHARGE OF DANGEROUS CRYING CAUSING DEATH WAS — DRIVING CAUSING DEATH WAS STAYED.>>A TUNE DRIVER AND HIS TEACHER FACE STIFF PENALTIES AFTER POLICE SAY A SEEMLY ROUTINE TRAFFIC STOP ENDED IN THE STUDENT FAILING A ROADSIDE SOBRIETY TEST. A COQUITLAM R.C.M.P. R.C.M.P. PULLED THE CAR OVER FOR RUNNING A RELEVANT AND THEN REALIZED THE STUDENT DRIVER WAS DRUNK. COQUITLAM R.C.M.P. HAD NEVER SEEN ANYTHING LIKE T THE STUDENT LOST HIS LICENCE FOR 90 DAYS AND THE TEACHER’S CAR HAS BEEN IMPOUNDED FOR A MONTH.>>THE U.S. JUSTICE DEPARTMENT HAS FILED NEW CRIMINAL CHARGES AGAINST CHINESE TELECOM GIANT HUAWEI. AS KATIE SIMPSON REPORTS, IT’S ANOTHER SETBACK FOR THE TECH COMPANY THAT’S SEEKING TO DEVELOP 5G NETWORKS AROUND THE WORLD.>>Reporter: UP THE ANTE AGAINST HUAWEI, THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE ADDED FRESH CHARGES TO ITS CASE AGAINST THE CHINESE TECHNOLOGY GIANT, ACCUSING IT OF RACKETEERING, STEALING TRADE SECRET, AND VIOLATING SANKS BY DOING BUSINESS IN NORTH KOREA, ALLEGATIONS THAT COME AS CANADA IS STILL DECIDING WHETHER TO ALLOW THE CHINESE FIRM TO HELP BUILD ITS 5G NETWORK.>>WE’RE STILL DOING OUR DUE DILIGENCE EXAMINING THE RELEVANT FACTS, AND ENGAGING WITH OUR ALLIES.>>Reporter: THE TRUMP ADMINISTRATION IS DEMANDING CANADA AND OTHER ALLIES TO BAN HUAWEI FROM ANYTHING RELATED TO 5G THAT THE BOOST INTERNET SPEEDS. LAST MONTH THE UK DEFIED THE AMERICAN ENGLAND ALLOWING HUAWEI TO TAKE ON A LIMITED ROLL.>>THE U.K. HAS MADE A DECISION RECENTLY ABOUT HUAWEI AND THEIR 5G DEPLOYMENT. WE’RE EXAMINING THOSE OPTIONS.>>Reporter: THIS IS PART OF A MUCH LARGER BATTLE BETWEEN WASHINGTON AND BEIJING TO BE THE WORLD’S LEADER IN TECHNOLOGY. CANADA IS STUCK IN THE MIDDLE OF A POLICE IN VANCOUVER ARRESTED HUAWEI CFO MENG WANZHOU ON AN EXTRADITION REQUEST FROM THE U.S. CHINA HAS RETALIATED BY DETAINING TWO CANADIAN CITIZENS BY BLOCKING BILLIONS OF DOLLARS IN CANOLA SALES AND BY THREATENING TO MAKE THINGS WORSE IF HUAWEI IS BANNED.>>THERE ISN’T A GREAT OUTCOME HERE. EITHER WE’LL UPSET THE UNITED STATES OR WE’LL UPSET CHINA.>>Reporter: ONE CANADIAN TELECOM ISN’T WAITING FOR OTTAWA’S DECISION. IN A STATEMENT, TELUS ANNOUNCED TODAY IT WILL BEGIN ROLLING OUT ITS 5G NETWORK SHORTLY AND THE INITIAL MODULE WILL BE WITH HUAWEI.>>I THINK IT’S A WAY AT THAT TELUS IS APPLYING PRESSURE TO THE GOVERNMENT.>>TWO SHOULD BRACE FOR BLOW BACK IF IT DOESN’T BAN HUAWEI. KATIE SIMPSON, CBC NEWS, WASHINGTON.>>METEOROLOGIST BRETT SODERHOLM IS HERE WITH A FIRST CHECK OF THE FORECAST.>>WHETHER IT COMES TO FORECAST, THE COUNTRY IS DEEPLY DIVIDED.>>YES, WE’RE AT 5° RIGHT NOW IF YOU DRAW YOUR EYE TOWARD THE CENTRE PORTIONS OF CANADA, EVEN THE EAST, TEMPERATURES RIGHT NOW IN TORONTO, -11, -15 IN OTTAWA AND IT DOESN’T END THERE. THERE ARE EXTREME COLD WARNING IN EFFECT FOR ONTARIO AND QUEBEC. SO NOT NECESSARILY THE WARMEST PLACE TO BE IN THE COUNTRY. BY CONTRAST, WE’RE UP THERE ON THAT. TEMPERATURES HOVERING AROUND 4 OR 5°. NANAIMO EARLIER TODAY GOT CLOSE TO 10 AND A HALF DEGREES AND THE TREND FOR MILD CONDITIONS IS CONTINUING, NOT ONLY FOR TOMORROW BUT ALL THE WAY IN THE LEN. TOMORROW OF COURSE IS VALENTINE’S DAY. IF YOU NEED A REMINDER, IF YOU HAVEN’T GONE OUT TO GET SOMETHING, CONSIDER YOURSELF WARNED. AT THIS POINT IN TIME IF YOU NEED TO GO OUT TONIGHT NO PROBLEM. WE’RE NOT LOOKING AT ANY REAL SHOWERS OR PRECIPITATION TO BE DEALING WITH OVER THE NEXT FEW HOURS, THOUGH WE DID SEE SOME EARLIER GOING ACROSS SOUTHERN PORTIONS OF VANCOUVER ISLAND. AS WE LOOK AHEAD TOMORROW IN TERMS OF VALENTINE’S DAY FORECAST THIS IS GOING TO BE A WARMING SIGHT TO SEE, SUNSHINE SHOULD BE COMING THROUGHOUT THE AFTERNOON AND BY THE END OF THE DAY TOMORROW, SAY ABOUT MIDNIGHT, THAT’S WHEN WE’RE GOING TO GET SOME SHOWERS. WE’LL HAVE THE FULL WEEKEND FORECAST WHEN I COME BACK FOR YOU.>>IN TERMS OF VALENTINE’S DAY I THINK WE CAN SAY WE LOVE THAT. THANKS, BRETT.>>>AND A REMINDER, YOU CAN WATCH THIS NEWSCAST ON CBC GEM. THE FREE APP IS ALSO WHERE YOU CAN FIND OTHER CBC PROGRAMS.>>>A ARE COMMUNITY CENTRES AND NEW HOUSING AREN’T THE ONLY IF HE IS LEG GUESS OF THE 2010 OLYMPICS. COMING UP, SOME OF THE LESSER KNOWN LEGACIES FROM THE GAMES FROM OUR JUSTIN MCILROY.>>THANKS FOR BEING WITH US ONLINE, WHERE WE ARE AD FREE DURING THE COMMERCIAL BREAK ON TELEVISION.>>THE SEDIN TWICE CONNECTEDDED WITH EACH OTHER ON THE ICE WITHOUT REALLY LOOKING AND THEY CONNECTED WITH VANCOUVERITES, AND LAST NIGHT THEY JOINED AN EXCLUSIVE CLUB, THE RETIREMENT OF NUMBERS 22 AND 33.>>Reporter: PLAYS LIKE THIS… LEAD TO HONOURS LIKE THIS.>>THEY ARE, SIMPLY PUT, THE TWO GREATEST CANUCKS OF ALL TIME. PLEASE WELCOME DANIEL AND HENRIK SEDIN! (CHEERS AND APPLAUSE)>>Reporter: SWEDISH STARS IMMORTALIZED HIGH ABOVE THE ICE AT ROGERS ARENA.>>IT’S EMOTIONAL. IT’S BEEN AN EMOTIONAL DAY. BUT WHEN YOU SEE THE BANNER GO UP, AND HIT THE ROOF, IT’S… IT WAS PRETTY AMAZING.>>Reporter: THEIR NUMBERS NOW HANG ALONGSIDE OTHER BELOVED CANUCKS. TRUE TO FORM THE SEDINS MADE THEIR JERSEY RETIREMENT A FAMILY AFFAIR. THIS MOM DID THE SAME.>>WE’VE BEEN FANS FOR A LONG TIME, AND… MY CHILDREN HAVE GOOD EXPERIENCES, THEY ALL LOVE HOCKEY, AND THEY’RE JUST GOOD MEN.>>Reporter: THE SEDINS ARE AMONG THE CANUCK’ GREATEST, AN ON ICE.>>Simi: BASIS FOR 18 YEARS.>>TEAM MATES MAY MOCK IT.>>PART OF THE REASON THEY ALWAYS KNEW WHERE THE OTHER WAS ON THE ICE IS BECAUSE THEY WORE AN EAR PIECE (LAUGH INTEREST)>>AND THEY TALK TO EACH OTHER S AND I APPROACHED THEM, SAID WHAT IS THAT, AND HE SAID I HAVE A WORD IN SWEDEN TOW EXPLAIN THAT. OH, YEAH, CHEATING>>BUT THEIR KINDNESS WAS STRONGER.>>IN 20 YEARS THERE WILL STILL BE A SEDIN CULTURE IN THAT DRESSING ROOM AND THAT WILL THAN EXTEND ANY ON ICE STATISTICS THAT THEY HAVE.>>Reporter: NAIR CELEBRATION CAPPED WITH A FINAL TRIBUTE TO FANS.>>WE CAME HERE IN 1999 AND IT FELT LIKE HOME FROM DAY ONE DO. PLAY IN FRONT OF YOU HAS TRULY BEEN AN HONOUR AND NOTHING WE’VE EVER TAKEN FOR GRANTED. TO THE BEST FANS IF THE LEAGUE, WE WILL NOW JOIN YOU IN CHEERING FOR THIS TEAM WHEN THEY GO FOR THE STANLEY CUP. (CHEERS).>>Reporter: JOEL BALLARD, CBC NEWS, VANCOUVER S (APPLAUSE)>>THANK YOU SO MUCH!>>Mike: THE CANUCKS DIDN’T END UP PLAYING VERY WELL AT THE GAME LAST NIGHT BUT THEY DID WIN 3-0 AGAINST CHICAGO, JAKE MASHES WITH A SHUTOUT LAST NIGHT. 10th ANSWER VERSE OF THE 2014 WINTER OLYMPICS, WE’LL DO MORE REMINISCING ABOUT THE GAMES COMING BACK INCLUDING JUSTIN MCILROY LOOKING AT ALL OF THE LEGACIES, YES, ALL OF THEM, OF THE WINTER GAMES AND WE’LL HAVE MORE OF OUR CONVERSATION WITH JOHN FURLONG. BACK IN JUST A COUPLE OF SECONDS.>>YES, IT HAS BEEN TAKEN YEARS SINCE THE OLYMPICS AND PARALYMPICS SET DOWN IN VANCOUVER AND IN WHISTLER. BESIDES SOME MEMORIES, WHAT DID THE OLYMPICS ACTUALLY LEAVE BEHIND? JUST IN-MCILROY ADDS THEM ALL UP.>>IT’S THE 10th ANNIVERSARY OF THE 2010 WINTER OLYMPICS AND YOU’LL HEAR A LOT ABOUT LEGACY THIS, AND LEGACY THAT. WHAT IS THE BEST WAY OF EXPLORING A LEGACY? IS IT BY TALKING TO PEOPLE OR READING REPORTS? I SAY IT’S VISITING EVERY SINGLE OLYMPIC LEGACY. A COUPLE OF GROUND RULES. WE’RE ONLY GOING TO INCLUDE THINGS IN THE CITIES THAT HOSTED OLYMPIC EVENTS, AND WE’RE ONLY GOING TO INCLUDE PHYSICAL THINGS THAT ARE STILL THERE THAT WERE BUILT PRETTY MUCH DIRECTLY BECAUSE OF THE GAMES. OF COURSE VANCOUVER IS UNIQUE BECAUSE THERE WERE SO FEW NEW BUILDINGS CONSTRUCTED FOR THE OLYMPICS. BUT THERE WERE SOME, LIKE THE HILLCREST CENTRE FOR CULLING, THE DOUG MITCHELL WINTER BURN SPORTS CENTRE FOR HOCKEY. OF COURSE THE OLYMPIC VILLAGE WAS AN ENTIRE RESIDENTIAL NEIGHBOURHOODS CREATED FROM THE GAMES. WOULD HE ALSO GOT THE REFURBISH ICE RINK AT ROBSON SQUARE AND THE NEW CONVENTION CENTRE, DIFFERENT FROM THE OLD CONVENTION CENTRE.>>THE PLACE WHERE THE OLYMPICS PROBABLY HAD THE BIGGEST LEGACY WAS WHISTLER, WHERE ALL THE OUTDOOR EVENTS WERE HELD. PART OF THAT WAS THE VENUES, THE OLYMPIC PARK FOR SKI JUMPING; BIATHLON AND CROSS-COUNTRY AND THE SLIDING CENTRE FOR BOBSLEIGH, LUGE AND SKELETON.>>THE BIGGEST IMPACT TO WHISTLER THOUGH MAY HAVE BEEN THE ATHLETES CENTRE AND OLYMPIC VILLAGE BUILT SOUTH OF THE REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY IN CHEAKAMUS CREEK. THE REASON? AFTER THE OLYMPICS THE ENTIRE AREA WAS GIVEN TO THE REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY>>THE WHISTLER HAS BEEN VERY FOCUSED ON NONMARKET HOUSING. THAT PIECE OF LAND ALLOWED US TO MAKE A HUGE JUMP FORWARD AS FAR AS THE PROVISION OF THAT EMPLOYEE HOUSING. THE ATHLETES VILLAGE HAS ALLOWED US TO CONTINUE TO HOUSE OUR COMMUNITY IN WHISTLER.>>Reporter: BUT WE’VE ALSO GOT A FEW QUIRKY LEGACY PROJECTS BY OTHER GROUPS TO TICK OFF AS WELL. LIKE THIS BASKETBALL COURT, WHICH ONLY EXISTS BECAUSE COCA-COLA SPENT $3,450,000 ON IT FOR AN OLYMPIC LEGACY. OR SPECIALLY BUILT PLAYGROUND, IN RICHMOND, VANCOUVER! AND WHISTLER! ALSO IN WHISTLER THERE’S THIS HOUSE, BUILT BY AND FOR AUSTRIA FOR THE GAMES. AND A DRIVING RANGE THAT WAS EXPANDED AND UPGRADED AFTER IT WAS CONVERTED INTO A PARKING LOT FOR THE GAMES. AND THAT’S IT. EVERY SINGLE PHYSICAL PIECE OF INFRASTRUCTURE LEGACY FROM THE 2010… THE ARTWORK. WE FORGOT ABOUT THE ARTWORK. WHILE WE MAY NOT THINK OF IT THE SAME WAY, A LOT OF THE PHYSICAL LEGACY OF THE GAMES CAN BE FOUND IN ART COMMISSIONED FOR IT. IN VANCOUVER ALONE SOME HAVE ALREADY BECOME ICONIC LIKE THE WEAVER SIGN, THE OLYMPIC VILLAGE BURBS AND THE OLYMPIC TORCH ITSELF. BUT THERE ARE SMALLER EXHIBITS THAT STILL DOT THE CITY LIKE THE WORDS DON’T FIT THE PICTURE DISPLAY, AERODYNAMIC FORMS IN SPACE OR THE NIKE STATUES GIVEN TO US BY GREECE IN 200 # BUT ONLY INSTALLED IN 2017 FOR SOME REGION. SMALLER ARTWORK IN OLYMPIC VILLAGE, MORE IN OLYMPIC VILLAGE, TROUT LAKE, KILLARNEY CENTRE; HILLCREST PARK, DISPLAYS INSIDE KILLARNEY COMMUNITY CENTRE. EVEN THESE THREE STRANGE LIGHTS AT KING WAY AND KNIGHT IS THE OLYMPIC LEGACY PROJECT. BUT THE SMALLEST MIGHT BE UNDER THE CAMBIE STREET BRIDGE. THERE IN 2010 A REGINA SCULPTURE WAS BUILT THAT WOULD CHANGE COLOUR THROUGHOUT THE NIGHT. THE SCULPTURE IS LONG GONE BUT THE PODIUM BUILT FOR IT, STILL HERE. AND THOSE ARE ALL THE LEGACIES IS THE 2010 OLYMPICS, FROM THE VERY BIG TO THE VERY SMALL. FOR CBC NEWS, I’M JUSTICE DIN MCILROY.>>FOR FORMER OLYMPIC BOSS JOHN FURLONG, PARTNERING WITH CANADA’S INDIGENOUS COMMUNITY HE SAYS PROVIDED AN STUDENT TO BUILD ON. IN THE SECOND PART OF THE SERIES ON THE 2010 GAMES I SPOKE WITH FURLONG ABOUT THAT AND OTHER THING AT A PLACE THAT IS TRULY SPECIAL FOR HIM.>>HERE WE ARE AT JACK POOLE PLAZA.>>YEAH.>>YOUR FRIEND, YOUR PARTNER IN CRIME FOR THE GAMES. TALK ABOUT JACK’S ROLE IN ALL OF THIS.>>WELL, JACK WAS — MY FAVORITE MEMORY OF ALL THE MEMORIES I HAVE OF JACK WAS THE FIRST TIME I MET HIM, SEPTEMBER 11, 2001, THE DAY OF THE BOMBS, IN HIS OFFICE. IT WAS ALL HAMMING ON TV AND THE WORLD WAS CHANGING RIGHT IN FRONT OF US AND WE STARTED TO TALK ABOUT THIS AND CHATTED FOR TWO OR THREE HOURS ABOUT A VISION OF WHAT WE THAT YOU WANT THE GAMES COULD DO. I STOOD UP AND SHOOK MY HANDS, AND HE SAID TO ME, I’LL TELL YOU ONE THING, I’M NOT DOING THAT WITHOUT.>>THAT’S THE FIRST TIME I HAD JACK POOLE — HE HAD THIS INCREDIBLE ABILITY TO TELL YOU YOU’RE THE ONLY PERSON WHO CAN DEAL WITH THIS, KNOWING HE’S PLAYING YOU, AND YOU’RE STILL FALLING FOR IT.>>TALK A BIT ABOUT THE NIGHT OF THE OPENING — SORT OF AFTER EVERYTHING HAPPENED AT B.C. PLACE, AND YOU SOMEHOW FOUND YOURSELF HERE,.>>SURE, OF COURSE, THIS BECAME THE PLACE WHERE EVERYBODY WANTED TO TAKE THEIR PICTURE HERE. PEOPLE ARE ANNOYED BY THE FENCE AND I THINK IF WE HAD IT OVER AGAIN WE WOULD HAVE COME UP WITH A DIFFERENT SOLUTION. IT TOOK A FEW DAYS TO FIND A SOLUTION THAT PEOPLE SEEMED OKAY WITH.>>YEAH, IT’S FANTASTIC. THE CITHER GET A CHANCE TO GET UP CLOSE.>>IT’S AMAZING THEY CAN DO SOMETHING LIKE THIS IN A NIGHT. THAT’S REALLY GREAT.>>Reporter: JACK POOLE STARTED HIS LIFE 76 YEARS AGO IN HUMBLE SURROUNDINGS, AHOYS WITH NO PLUMBING OR ELECTRICITY. HE ENDED HIS LIFE LEAVING HYPED A LEGACY OF REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT IN DOWNTOWN VANCOUVER, BUT MOSTLY THIS…>>VANCOUVER…>>THE GAMES ARE COMING BACK TO CANADA!>>GREATEST REGRET OF ALL SHA HE WASN’T THERE. TRAGIC.>>HE HAD HIS FINGERPRINTS WERE ALL OVER THE GAMES.>>YES, THEY WERE. AND ONE OF THE THINGS THAT WAS ON HIS MINED MINDS ALL ALONG IS THAT WE WOULD LIVE UP TO OUR OBLIGATION TO BE GOOD PARTNERS WITH THE ABORIGINAL COMMUNITY.>>THERE WERE CHALLENGES WITH OUR INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES FOR THE ORGANIZING COMMITTEE ALONG THE WAY.>>YES, THERE WERE. AT THE BEGINNING I JUST THINK THAT, YOU KNOW, THERE WAS JUST BASICALLY LACK OF TRUST BECAUSE WE HADN’T REALLY DONE ANYTHING YET, AND IT WAS IMPORTANT TO HIM THAT THEY WERE — THAT, FIRST OF ALL, THE CHIEFS WERE REPRESENTED ON THE BOARD, THAT THEY WERE EMPLOYED IN THE ORGANIZING COMMITTEE, THAT THEIR COMPANIES WERE DOING WORK FOR THE GAMES, AND THEN WE STARTED TO SEE OPPORTUNITIES TO JUST ENHANCE THE WHOLE FEELING OF THE GAMES.>>THERE WERE HUNDREDS OF COLOURFUL FIRST NATION DANCERS FROM EVERY ABORIGINAL GROUP IN CANADA.>>AND IN THE END, YOU KNOW, WHEN YOU THINK OF OLYMPIC GAMES AND YOU GO BACK AND YOU SAY, WELL, YOU KNOW, HOW WAS OURS DIFFERENT THAN SALT LAKE OR SOCHI OR TORINO? THAT WAS ONE OF THE HUGE DIFFERENCES. WE DID SOMETHING THAT’S NOT EASY TO DO BUT REALLY ENHANCED THE LOOK AND FEEL AND MADE US ALL FEEL QUITE A BIT MORE PROUD.>>Mike: PART 3 OF MY CONVERSATION WITH JOHN FURLONG TOMORROW NIGHT ON CBC VANCOUVER NEWS AT 6. ALSO TOMORROW CBC RADIO ONE IS HITTING THE ROAD TO CELEBRATE OF TENTH ANNIVERSARY OF THE OPENS. REQUESTING THE EARLY EDITION WILL BE LIVE IN WHISTLER AT THE SOUTH SIDE DINER FROM 5:00 O’CLOCK TOMORROW MORNING, AND B.C. TODAY AS WELL AS ON THE COAST WILL BE LIVE FROM THE RICHMOND OLYMPIC OVAL FROM NOON TILL 1 AND 3 TO 6 P.M. TOMORROW.>>>THE EFFORTS TO CONTAIN THE CORONA VIRUS OUTBREAK CONTINUE, BUT ONE HOTSPOT REMAINS OFFSHORE, A CRUISE SHIP WHERE THE NUMBER OF INFECTIONS CONTINUES TO GROW. WE’LL TAKE YOU TO JAPAN NEXT.>>TENS OF THOUSANDS FLOCKED TO THE DOWNTOWN CORE EAGER TO CATCH APPEAR TASTE OF THE OLYMPIC SPIRIT. FOR MANY, THAT MEANT CHECKING OUT THE CANADA PAVEL JOHN PAVILION AND WHAT $10 MILLION BUYS.>>IT’S A GREAT DESIGN. I LOVE IT.>>Reporter: WHAT YOU GET IS THIS, AN INTERACTIVE DISPLAY OF ALL THINGS CANADIAN, FROM TAKING SLAPSHOTS TO HOLDING THE OLYMPIC TORCH. VISITORS SAY IT’S WORTH THE WAIT.>>IT’S NICE TO HAVE IT HERE AND IT’S NICE TO BE SO CENTRALLY LOCATED.>>Reporter: ANOTHER BIG ATTRACTION IS THE VANCOUVER ART GALLERY, FREE DURING THE GAMES, IT’S DRAWING HUGE CROWDS.>>BACK IN 2007 WE HAD 7,000 VISITORS THROUGH THE GALLERY THAT DAY. SO IT’S HIGHLY LIKELY THAT WE WILL EITHER MEET OR BREAK THAT RECORD.>>Reporter: MANY OF THOSE VISITORS ARE HEADING TO THE TOP FLOOR, WHERE THE B.C. PAVILION IS LOCATED.>>JUST WAVE AFTER WAVE AFTER WAVE OF PEOPLE COMING AND ASKING QUESTIONS ABOUT CARVINGS.>>ONE OF THE MOST POPULAR ATTRACTIONS IS THE OLYMPIC FLAME AT THE VANCOUVER CONVENTION CENTRE. MANY VISITORS HERE WERE A LITTLE SURPRISED AND CAUGHT OFF GUARD BY THE METAL FENCING AROUND THE FLAMES.>>IT COULD HAVE BEEN FLEX GLASS IF NOTHING ELSE, AT LEAST YOU COULD SEE FROM IT.>>IT SEEMS STRANGE SOMETHING YOU WOULD EXPECT TO BE PUBLIC ACCESS TO WOULD BE FENCED OFF.>>EITHER WAY IT’S ENOUGH TO WOW THESE NORWEGIAN BROTHERS.>>IT’S REAL GREAT. IT’S THE BIGGEST ONE WE’VE EVER SEEN.>>IT’S VERY NICE.>>Reporter: ONE OF THE MANY SPECIAL THINGS TO DO OVER THE NEXT TWO WEEKS. JUSTINE MA, CBC NEWS, VANCOUVER.>>>IN THE BEGINNING, POLICE ONLY WATCHED AS THE PROTESTERS TOOK OUT THEIR ANGER ON CITY STREETS. BUT THERE CAME A POINT WHEN THIS WENT FROM UGLY TO FRIGHTENING. (SHOUTING) TOURISTS AND LOCALS WATCHED, STUNNED BY WHAT THEY WERE SEEING, SOME FURIOUS THIS POLICE HADN’T YET MOVED IN WANTED TO TAKE THINGS INTO THEIR OWN HANDS.>>THAT’S NOT A GOOD IDEA.>>Reporter: BUT MOMENTS LATER AND ARE HUNDREDS OF POLICE WERE ON DOWNTOWN STREETS. TENSIONS RUNNING VERY HIGH ON BOTH SIDES. WHEN AN INNOCENT BYSTANDER ARGUES WITH A PROTESTER, THIS IS WHAT HAPPENED. (SCREAMS)>>HEY, HEY!>>Reporter: NOT ALL MARCHING ARE MILITANT BUT THEY ARE UNITED IN THEIR OPPOSITION TO THE OLYMPICS.>>THE POLICE BELIEVE MANY HAVE COME FROM OTHER PARTS OF CANADA AND THE U.S.>>ABOUT HALF THE GROUP TODAY WERE CRIMINALS WHO WERE INTENT ON COMMITTING VIOLENT ACTS, INCLUDING DAMAGE TO PROPERTY, INCLUDING ASSAULTING PASSERSBY.>>Reporter: BUT THE PROTESTERS SAY IT’S THE POLICE WHO WERE COMMITTING THE CRIME AND THAT IT’S THE I.O.C. WHO IS DESTROYING THE CITY.>>THEY ARE THE CRITICAL ELEMENT WHO HAVE PILFERED THE PUBLIC COFFER OF AS MUCH MONEY AS THEY CAN TAKE.>>Reporter: SO FROM GEORGIA STREET TO ROBSON THEY MARCH. THE LIONS GATE BRIDGE IS SHOT DOWN TO PREVENT THE PROTESTERS WERE BLOCK BEING THE CAUSEWAY BUT THAT CAUSES MAJOR TRAFFIC BACKUPS. EVENTUALLY SEARCH PEOPLE ARE ARRESTED. THE PROTESTERS WILL NOT SAY IF THIS IS THE LAST MILITARY ACTION THEY WILL BE TAKING DURING THE OLYMPICS. DEBORAH GOBLE, CBC NEWS, VANCOUVER. MIGHT BE MIKE A QUICK CHECK ON MANY OF THE STORIES WE’RE FOLLOWING TONIGHT ON CBC VANCOUVER NEWS. ALL WEST COAST EXPRESS TRAINS ARE CANCELLED TONIGHT AFTER PROTESTERS SET UP A BLOCKADE ON THE C.P. RAIL LINE IN COQUITLAM. INDIGENOUS BLOCKADES ALSO FORCED C.N. RAIL AND VIA RAIL TO SHUT DOWN HUGE SECTIONS OF THEIR RAILWAY NETWORKS. ♪>>WE DON’T FEEL LIKE WE’RE BEING HEARD BECAUSE IF WE WERE, SOMETHING WOULD BE CHANGING.>>Mike: ANTI-PIPELINE PROTESTERS TAKE OVER THE VANCOUVER OFFICE OF ATTORNEY-GENERAL DAVID EBY. A COURT INJUNCTION COULD PREVENT PROTESTERS FROM INTERFERING WITH BUSINESS AT THE B.C. LEGISLATURE.>>>THE CORONA VIRUS DEATH TOLL IN CHINA’S HUBEI PROVINCE ROSE TODAY BY 116 PEOPLE AND CONFIRMED CASES ARE UP NEARLY 5,000. THAT MEANS MORE THAN 12,000 TOTAL DEATHS TO DATE AND NEARLY 52,000 CONFIRMED CASES. THOSE FIGURES SAW MASSIVE SPIKES YESTERDAY. BUT THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION IS CAUTIONING THAT REPRESENTS A CHANGE IN THE DIAGNOSTIC METHOD AND NOT NECESSARILY IN THE TRAJECTORY OF THE VIRUS. WELL, CANADIANS QUARANTINED FOR DAYS ON A CRUISE SHIP OFF THE COAST OF JAPAN ARE GETTING DESPERATE. MORE THAN 200 PASSENGERS ARE SICK WITH CORONA VIRUS. AMONG THEM 12 CANADIANS. HERE’S KELLY CROWE WITH ONE COUPLE’S PLEA FOR HELP.>>IT HAS BECOME THE CRUISE FROM HELL, WITH MORE THAN 250 CANADIANS TRAPPED IN THEIR CABINS.>>A FLOATING JAILHOUSE.>>Reporter: THAT’S ALAN CHOW AND HIS WIFE DIANA FROM TORONTO. THEY HAVEN’T LEFT THEIR ROOM IN SEVEN DAYS AND THEY DESPERATELY WANT OFF THE SHIP. THEY EVEN JOINED TRITER TWO CALL FOR HELP TWEETING PHOTOS OF THEIR MEALS, THEIR ROOM, AND THEY’RE ALSO WORKING THE PHONES CALLING OTTAWA AND A LOCAL EMBASSY IN JAPAN.>>THE ANSWER IS THE SAME THING.>>THEY’RE WORKING ON IT.>>YEAH, THEY’RE WORKING ON IT.>>THE MINISTRY OF HEALTH HAS JUST ADVISE US OF AN ADDITIONAL 44 POSITIVE DEATHS FROM PRIOR TESTS.>>Reporter: THE PASSENGERS ON SHIP ARE NOW PART OF A LIVING SCIENCE EXPERIMENT, A FLOATING PETRY DISH.>>WE’VE KNOWN FOR A LONG TIME OOP CRUISE SHIPS ARE PERFECTLY DESIGNED TO SPREAD VIRAL INFECTIONS.>>ALSO LIMIT CLOSE CONTACT BY MAINTAINING A SIX FEET OR TWO METRE DISTANCE AWAY FROM OTHERS.>>Reporter: THE NARROW QUARTERS ON BOARD MAKE IT HARD TO FOLLOW EVEN THAT INSTRUCTION, AND ALREADY AT LEAST 218 PASSENGERS HAVE SOMEHOW BECOME INFECTION, THE LARGEST CONCENTRATION OF CASES OUTSIDE CHINA. SO FAR 12 CANADIANS ARE SICK, INCLUDING THE COUPLE TRAVELLING WITH THE CHOWS.>>I AM AFRAID RIGHT NOW THERE’S ONLY SEVEN DAYS, 218 AFFECTED, INCLUDING MY FRIEND AND SOME OF THEM ARE SERIOUS, LIKE MY FRIEND.>>Reporter: TODAY CANADA’S FOREIGN AFFAIRS MINISTER HAD SOME PROMISING NEWS.>>WE UNDERSTAND THAT FROM THE JAPANESE AUTHORITIES THEY MAY ALLOW FOR SOME PEOPLE TO DISEMBARK FROM THE SHIP AND BE PUT IN QUARANTINE ON SHORE. WE’RE FOLLOWING WITH THAT.>>Reporter: THE DETAILS OF THAT MAN HAVE SO FAR NOT BEEN RELEASED.>>GET US HOME.>>Reporter: IT CAN’T HAPPEN SOON ENOUGH FOR THE CHOWS. KELLY CROWE, CBC NEWS, TORONTO.>>Mike: NEW HOPE TONIGHT FOR PASSENGERS STUCK ABOARD ANOTHER CRUISE SHIP, AFTER BEING STRANDED AT SEA FOR NEARLY TWO WEEKS. CHEERS ERUPTED WHEN THE M.S. WESTER DAM DOCKED IN CAMBODIA THIS MORNING MUCH IT WAS BARRED FROM FIVE OTHER KINS DUE TO CORONA VIRUS FEARS, THOUGH THERE ARE NO CONFIRMED CASES ON BOARD. 279 CANADIANS ARE BELONG THE 2200 PEOPLE ON THE SHIP. PASSENGERS COULD BE ALLOWED TO START HEADING HOME AS EARLY AS TOMORROW.>>>MEANWHILE, IN CHINA, TENS OF MILLIONS OF PEOPLE ARE STILL UNDERSTOOD LOCKDOWN IN THE OUTBREAK ZONE, AND BUSINESSES RIGHT ACROSS THE COUNTRY ARE SHUTTERED OR SLOWED. THE ECONOMIC IMPACT OF CORONA VIRUS HAS BEEN STAGGERING, AND AS THE CBC’S SASA PETRICIC TELLS US TONIGHT, SO TOO HAS THE POLITICAL FALLOUT FOR CHINA’S AUTHORITARIAN GOVERNMENT.>>SOME TWO MONTHS SINCE THE CORONA VIRUS WAS FIRST FOUND IN WUHAN AND HUSHED UP, SENIOR COMMUNIST PARTY OFFICIALS ARE PAYING THE PRICE. THE TOP MAN IN VIRUS FILLED HUBEI PROVINCE WAS FIRED TODAY AS WAS THE PARTY BOSS FOR WUHAN. BOTH WERE DISMISSED BY PRESIDENCY JIN PING. IT WAS (HI’S FIRST REAL STRIKE AGAINST LOCAL OFFICIALS WHO HAVE ANGERED PEOPLE AT THE EPICENTER OF THE CRISIS. AFTER DISAPPEARING FOR DAYS AS THE EPIDEMIC GREW BIGGER AND AS DOCTORS AND PATIENTS GREW DESPERATE… XI ONLY RESURFACED THIS WEEK IN BEIJING, JOKING WITH LOCALS, TOURING A HOSPITAL. (APPLAUSE)>>Reporter: AND URGING ON WUHAN MEDICAL WORKERS BY VIDEO LINK. XI HAS AVOIDED ACTUALLY VISITING THE HARDEST-HIT AREA EVENS THE GOVERNMENT RESPONSE INITIALLY FLOUNDERED.>>PROOF THAT THIS KIND OF PARTY STATE SYSTEM IS QUITE FRAGILE.>>Reporter: COMMENTATORS LIKE BRUCE LUI SAYS AFTER BUILDING UP HIS POWER FOR SEARCH YEARS XI IS TRYING TO DUCK RESPONSIBILITY.>>IN GOOD TIMES YEAH, HE CAN GET ALL THE APPLAUSE. BUT DURING THE BAD TIMES, WHEN PEOPLE WANT TO FIND SOMEONE TO BLAME, HE IS THE ONE TO BLAME.>>Reporter: AND AN EVEN BIGGER CRISIS COULD BE LOOMING FOR XI, AN ECONOMIC ONE, IF QUARANTINED WORKERS CAN’T GET BACK TO THEIR FACTORIES SOON.>>NOT ONLY CHINESE COMPANIES BUT ALSO LIKE ASIAN COMPANIES AND ALSO LIKE IN THE U.S., BECAUSE AS I SAID, THE SUPPLY CHAIN WILL CREATE SOME KIND OF PRESSURE.>>Reporter: AS THE PROBLEMS PILE UP, XI IS FACING THE BIGGEST CHALLENGE SINCE HE BECAME PRESIDENT, HIS POWER AND STATURE HAVE GROWN SO MUCH HE’S NOW REVERENTLY CALLED “THE PEOPLE’S LEADER.” TROUBLE IS, THE PEOPLE AREN’T HAPPY. SASA PETRICIC, CBC NEWS; HONG KONG.>>Mike: 21 MINUTES BEFORE 7 O’CLOCK, THERE’S A LIVE SHOT FROM REVELSTOKE TONIGHT, WHERE THE SNOW, AS YOU CAN SEE, IS FALLING. NO SNOW HERE ON THE SOUTH COAST. WE’VE ALSO BEEN EXPERIENCING A BIT OF A DAMP DAY. BUT IT’S NOT ALL CLOUDS AND WET STUFF IN THE FORECAST. BRETT IS HERE TO BREAK IT ALL DOWN>>Mike: WOMEN’S BOXING MANY VANCOUVER RECENTLY REACHED A MILE SEWN, HOSTING THE FIRST ALL WOMEN’S FIGHT IN THE LOWER MAINLAND. MAURICE ADLER SPOKE TO PARTICIPANTS WHO SAY THE SPOKE IS ABOUT MORE THAN JUST PUGILISM.>>Reporter: TWO MINUTE ROUNDS, A TOTAL SIX MINUTES OF FIGHTING. EVE YEAH HAVE A JANKOVIC IS PUTTING HER TRAINING TO THE TEST.>>NOW I’M ALSO KIND OF A BIT SHAKY AND TIRED. BUT YEAH, THIS IS JUST THE WILDEST ROLLER COASTER FOR SIX MINUTES.>>Reporter: THIS IS JANKOVIC’S FIRST EXHIBITION FIGHT. IT’S A CULMINATION OF TWO MONTHS OF INTENSE TRAINING ALL LEADING UP TO WHAT ORGANIZERS SAY WAS THE FIRST ALL WOMEN’S MATCH IN METRO VANCOUVER.>>WAIT A MINUTE BOXING HAS ALWAYS BEEN A BIT OF AN UPHILL BATTLE, ON WHEN I WAS AN ACTIVE FIGHTER FIVE YEARS AGO PEOPLE WOULD ALWAYS SAY, WELL, YOU KNOW, IT’S WOMEN’S BOXING SO THAT’S KINDS OF THE THE WAY IT IS.>>Reporter: IT ONLY TOOK TWO WEEKS FOR THIS EVENT TO SELL OUT.>>I GREW UP WATCHING BOXING WITH MY DAD BUT REALLY NEVER SAW WOMEN FIGHTING, IT’S NICE TO SEE HERE SEEING WOMEN’S BOXING INSTEAD.>>IT’S NOT JUST THE AUDIENCE THAT WANTS MORE. WOMEN ARE FLOCKING TO THE SPORT.>>WOMEN ARE AT THAT POINT WHERE THEY NEED AN OUTLET. THEY NEED TO FEEL POWERFUL AND BOXING MAKES THEM FEEL EXTREMELY POWERFUL.>>IT FEELS REALLY COOL TO THINK ABOUT HOW STRONG I AM AND ALSO LIKE TODAY WAS KIND OF LIKE SEEING HOW FAR I’VE COME IN THAT JOURNEY.>>Reporter: BUT FOR JANKOVIC SPENDING INTO THE RING WASN’T EASY GEE AS A GIRL GROWING UP, I COULD DO SOME OF THE PARTIAL ARTS BUT BOXING WAS TOO MANLY, FOR SOME REASON, YOU BECAUSE IT INVOLVED HARD HITTING PUNCHES AND THE STEREOTYPE THAT GIRLS ARE DELICATE AND DON’T LOOK GOOD WHETHER THEY’RE STRONG.>>THIS IS WITH CAUGHT KNEW CLUBS THAT OFFER WOMEN’S ONLY BOXING CLASSES AND THE ONLY GYM THAT OFFERS FIGHT ARE TRAINING SPECIFICALLY FOR WOMEN WITH FEMALE COACHES.>>IT’S A HARD MENTALITY TO GET INTO.>>Reporter: FIGHTERS LIKE JANKOVIC SAY THE CLUB IS A SOURCE OF SUPPORT AND ENCOURAGEMENT TO TAKE PART IN A SPORT THAT GIVES THEM STRENGTH IN AND OUT OF THE RING. MARIE SIDE LETTER, CBC NEWS — SEIDLER, CBC NEWS, VANCOUVER.>>BRETT IS BACK, VALENTINE’S DAY EVE, I DON’T KNOW IF THAT’S SIGNIFICANT OR NOT IN ANY WAY, BUT IT’S ANA IVANOVIC.>>IT’S A GOOD TIME TO REMINISCE. THOSE OF US HERE LAST YEAR, TALKING ABOUT 2019 VALENTINE’S DAY, IS THAT BRINGING BACK ANY MEMORIES?>>I THINK I WAS IN TOWN.>>IT WAS PARTICULARLY SNOWY. IT ENDED WITH FOUR CENTIMETRES FALLING ON VALENTINE’S DAY AND THIS WAS FOUR DAYS IN A ROW, THAT WEEK, WHERE VANCOUVER ACCUMULATED THE MOST SNOWFALL IN ALL OF 2019. NO WORRIES IF THAT WAS NOT ENJOYABLE FOR YOU BECAUSE THIS YEAR IT’S GOING TO BE VERY DIFFERENT. YOU’LL BE ABLE ENJOY A BEAUTIFUL DAY OUTSIDE AND NO SNOW TO WORRY ABOUT AT ALL. WE’LL GET INTO THE DETAILS AFTER WE TAKE A LOOK BACK AT WHAT THIS MORNING WAS HERE IN TOWN. OH, YEAH, NO REAL SURPRISE HERE, THIS WAS A VERY SHOWERY START TO THE DAY, A KIND OF ALWAYS COMPARE THIS TO A CAR WASH FOR VALID REASONS, THAT’S WHAT I THINK OF EVERY TIME. BUT, YEAH, IT TOOK A LITTLE WHILE FOR IT TO CLEAR OUT BUT BY THE AFTERNOON THERE WERE A FEW CATCHES OF CLEAR SKIES. FOR THE NEXT FEW HOURS, ISOLATED POCKETS OF PRECIPITATION, MAYBE A FEW FLURRIES ON THE NORTH SHORE MOUNTAINS AND FRIDAY MORNING MOSTLY CLEAR SKIES. BY THE AFTERNOON THING WILL CLOUD OVER A BIT BUT IT’S NOT REALLY UNTIL TOMORROW NIGHT, ABOUT 10, 11, BEFORE THINGS BECOME A LITTLE MORE SHOWERY. WE’RE KIND OF THE EXCEPTION. ACROSS THE PROVINCE WE’RE GOING TO BE DEALING WITH SOME SNOW, THE KOOTENAYS, AND KELOWNA; AND FURTHER.>>Nick: 2 NORTH AND WEST, SHOWERS ACROSS HAIDA GWAII, PRINCE RUPERT AND THAT’S DEFINITELY A SIGNIFICANT AMOUNT OF SNOW FURTHER INLAND AS WELL. THE SAME SYSTEM IS COMING OUR WAY THROUGHOUT FRIDAY OVERNIGHT INTO FLICK 2 SATURDAY BRINGING WHICH IT FAIRLY WIDESPREAD RAIN BUT NOT A BAD WEEKEND BY ANY STRETCH. IF YOU’RE NOT A FAN OF THE RAIN WE’RE LOOKING AT ALL SORTS OF CONDITIONS, INCLUDING SUN AND TEMPERATURES THAT SHOULD BE BE MILD. AT GROUPS WE’RE EXPECTING 10, 15 CENTIMETRES OF SNOW ACCUMULATING ON SATURDAY. IN TERMS OF THE FIVE-DAY FORECAST YOU’LL GET A BIT OF EVERYTHING THIS LONG WEEKEND, AS WE APPROACH FAMILY DAY. A NICE DAY FRIDAY, SHOWERS SATURDAY AND SUNDAY, MONDAY, LOOKING PRETTY GOOD, SO GET OUT THERE AND ENJOY IT.>>Mike: WILL DO. THANK, BRETT.>>>LONG THE JEWEL IN THE CROWN OF BOMBARDIER, THE COMPANY IS SELLING OFFER THE LAST BIT OF ITS COMMERCIAL AIRLINE DIVISION, GIVING UP A SHARE OF THE AIRCRAFT THEY DESIGNED AND FIRST BUILT. WHY THEY’RE SELLING TO AIRBUS AND WHAT THAT MEANS FOR CANADA, NEXT.>>HI, I’M AIM BELL HERE’S WHAT’S IN YOUR CBC VANCOUVER IN-BOX. JOIN ANITA BATHE AND JOIN THE BIV’S INFLUENTIAL WOMEN BUSINESS AWARDS MARCH 6. AND ON MARCH 1; JOIN MIKE KILLEEN AT THE STEP-UP CHALLENGE. CLIMB THE M.N.P. TOWER ASK HELP RAISE FUNDS TO IMPROVE DETECTION, TREATMENT AND SURVIVORSHIP OF PROSTATE CANCER.>>>AND CHECK US OUT AT CBC.CA/BC.>>AEROSPACE GIANT BOMBARDIER IS LEAVING THE COMMERCIAL AVIATION MARKET. THE MONTREAL-BASED COMPANY HAS SOLD ITS STAKE IN A PARTNERSHIP THAT BUILDS A 220 PASSENGER JETS. BUT AS ALISON NORTHCOTT EXPLAINS, THE FACTORY WILL REMAIN IN QUEBEC AND THE PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT WILL REMAIN A LEADING INVESTOR.>>Reporter: FOR MONTHS, BOMBARDIER WORKERS HAVE FACED UNCERTAINTY AROUND THE COMPANY’S FUTURE AND THEIR JOBS. [ SPEAKING FRENCH ]>>Reporter: WE’LL CONTINUE TO DO OUR WORK, HE SAYS, WITH A LITTLE BUILT OF RELIEF.>>>WITH SOARING DEBT AND FACING LOSSES THIS YEAR, BOMBARDIER ANNOUNCED TODAY IT’S LEAVING THE COMMERCIAL PLANE BUSINESS, SELLING OFF ITS PART OF THE A 220 PASSENGER JET PROGRAM TO AIRBUS.>>WE WANT TO EXIT COMMERCIAL AVIATION AND TO CONCENTRATE ON BUSINESS JETS, BECAUSE THIS IS A PLACE WHERE WE BELIEVE THERE IS A BIGGER POTENTIAL.>>Reporter: IN 2015, THE PREVIOUS QUEBEC GOVERNMENT INVESTED MORE THAN $1 BILLION IN THE A-220 PROGRAM, FORMERLY CALLED THE C-SERIES.>>THE NERVOUS CENTRE OF THE A-220, THE KNOWLEDGE, IS NOTHING TO LOSE, NOTHING TO (INDISCERNIBLE) IT’S HERE.>>Reporter: TODAY QUEBEC’S ECONOMY MINISTER WAS OPTIMISTIC THE PROVINCE WILL ONE DAY SEE A RETURN ON THAT INVESTMENT AND CONFIDENT MORE THAN 3,000 JOBS WILL BE PROTECTED.>>THIS IS HUGE IMPACT ON THE PROVINCE. NOT ONLY BY BOMBARDIER BUT FILL A BIG IMPACT FOR US. WE SHOULD BE HAPPY THAT.>>Reporter: BOMBARDIER HAS BEEN AN ANCHOR OF QUEBEC AEROSPACE INDUSTRY AND BENEFIT INTERESTED MILLIONS OF TAXPAYER DOLLARS. BUT THE PROVINCE SAYS IT HAS NO PLANS TO GIVE IT ANY MORE.>>Reporter: ANALYSTS SAY BOMBARDIER TOOK ON TOO MUCH AT ONCE.>>THREE PROGRAMS ALL IN ONE GO FOR SUCH A SMALL PLAYER, WITHOUT THE DEEP POCKETS THAT, YOU KNOW, THE BOEING AND AIRBUS OF THIS WORLD HAVE, WAS A BIG GAMBLE.>>Reporter: THE UNION SAYS THIS GEHL IS THE BEST CASE SCENARIO UNDER THE CIRCUMSTANCES.>>WE END UP WITH AN EMPLOYER WHO’S ALREADY SHOWN THEIR INTENT IN THE LAST TWO YEARS IS TO GROW THEIR FOOTPRINT AND MAINTAIN QUEBEC JOBS AND MAINTAIN A GOOD RELATIONS WITH THE QUEBEC GOVERNMENT.>>Reporter: THE COMPANY HAS REPORTEDLY BEEN IN TALKS TO SELL OFF ITS RAIL DIVISION, TOO.>>Mike: CANADA’S NEW AIR PASSENGER REGULATIONS ARE OFF TO A BURCHY START. THE FINAL PHASE TOOK EFFECT IN DECEMBER MANDATING COMPENSATION FOR DELAYED OR CANCELLED FLIGHTS. BUT AS JACQUELINE HANSEN TELLS US, COMPLAINTS ARE POURING IN FROM TRAVELLERS ABOUT HOW THE RULES ARE BEING APPLIED.>>Reporter: KRISTIN RADKA AND FEAR SAY WERE RECENTLY DEALT VERY DIFFERENT HANDS BY AIR CANADA AFTER THEIR FLIGHT WAS CANCELLED DELAYING THEIR TRIP FROM EDMONTON TO MONTREAL BY SIX HOURS.>>IT SAID CANCELLED DUE TO CREW CONSTRAINTS.>>Reporter: WHEN THE COUPLE FILED SEPARATELY FOR COMPENSATION AIR CANADA SENT HER FIANCE A CHEQUE FOR $700 BUT HER CLAIM WAS DENIED. IN AN E-MAIL SHE WAS TOLD HER TRIP DELAY WAS CAUSED BY A SAFETY-RELATED ISSUE.>>I JUST DIDN’T UNDERSTAND WHAT COULD POSSIBLY HAVE HAPPENED TO GO FROM CREW CONSTRAINTS TO MECHANICAL SAFETY ISSUES. THOSE SEEMED LIKE TWO VERY DISTINCT REASONS TO ME.>>Reporter: UNDER THE NEW PASSENGER RIGHTS RULES, AIRLINES ONLY HAVE TO PAY WHEN DELAYS ARE WITHIN THEIR CONTROL. SAFETY CONCERNS OR BAD WEATHER DON’T QUALIFY.>>THERE’S NO EXCUSE FOR TELLING TWO PASSENGERS ON THE SAME PLANE DIFFERENT REASONS FOR WHY THEY WERE DELAYED.>>Reporter: AIR CANADA SAYS ITS INTENTION IS TO FULLY ABIDE BY THE AIR PASSENGER PROTECTION REGULATIONS AND IT SAYS, WE HAVE PUT IN PLACE THE NECESSARY POLICIES AND PROCEDURES TO ENSURE COMPLIANCE.>>>SINCE CBC NEWS FIRST PUBLISHED RADKE’S STORY ONLINE SUNDAY, MORE THAN 60 PEOPLE HAVE WRITTEN IN QUESTIONING WHY THEIR OWN REQUESTS FOR COMPENSATION FOR DELAYED FLIGHTS WERE ALSO REJECTED.>>WE HAVE TO ACCEPT A VERY TINY ERROR RATE. BUT THE VOLUME OF COMPLAINTS WE’RE SEEING RIGHT NOW SEEMS TO BE WELL ABOVE A NORMAL RATE OF ERROR.>>Reporter: THE INDUSTRY GROUP THAT REPRESENTS SOME CANADIAN AIRLINES SAYS OVERALL, THE SYSTEM IS WORKING.>>I THINK WE DO NEED TO GIVE IT A BIT MORE TIME, AND WE CAN SEE AT A LATER DATE IF FURTHER CHANGES ARE REQUIRED.>>Reporter: FOR RADKE, AIR CANADA IS NOW PROMISING COMPENSATION. IT TOLD HER THE REJECTION E-MAIL SHE RECEIVES WAS IN ERROR.>>I’LL BELIEVE IF WHENY SEE THE CHEEK.>>Reporter: ANOTHER DELAY BUT POTENTIALLY NOW WORTH HEREDITARY CHIEFS TIME. JACQUELINE HANSEN, CBC NEWS, TORONTO.>>Mike: EVER WONDERED WHAT IT’S LIKE TO HURTLE DOWN A TRACK LIKE THIS ONE? WE’RE GOING TO TAKE YOU UP TO WHISTLER AND PUT YOU ON BOARD, VIRTUALLY SPE>>TEN YEARS AGO THIS WEEK VANCOUVER AND WHISTLER WELCOMED THE WE RECALLED FOR THE 2010 OLYMPIC GAMES. TOMORROW ON “THE EARLY EDITION” PEEL TALK UP AND TAKE THE SHOW TO LIVE IN WHISTLER.>>YES, IT WAS A DECADE AGO THAT THE EYES OF THE WORLD WERE ON VANCOUVER AND WHISTLER FOR THE 2010 WINTER OLYMPICS, AND ONE OF THE MOST EXCITING PLACES DURING THE GAMES WAS THE WHISTLER SLIDING CENTRE.>>NOT ONLY IS IT STILL BEING USED TODAY BUT THANK YOU REMAINS THE SINGLE FASTEST TRACK ON THE PLANET, AND YOU DON’T EVEN HAVE TO BE A PROFESSIONAL TO TRY IT OUT. JAYS D’SOUZA TOOK A 120 KILOMETRE ARREST HOUR SLIDE DOWN THE TRACK. YOU GOTTA SEE THIS. (CHEERS) (WHOO!)>>GOOD JOB!>>DID DOES LOOK LIKE FUN.>>THAT GOT INTENSE ABOUT LAUGH WAY TRY SIEVES FOLLOWING ALONG, NOT TOO BAD, NOT TOO BAD AND THEN I FELT LIKE THE CAMERA COULDN’T KEEP UP WITH THE SPEED HE WAS TRAVELLING.>>AND YOU CAN TRY IT OUT.>>I HAD NO IDEA THIS IS POSSIBLE. NOW THAT I KNOW, DEFINITELY –>>IT’S NOT A FREE RIDE BUT YOU KNOW WHAT I MEAN, THERE’S NOTHING CONNECTED.>>YOU’RE JUST GOING CAN HE WHILES OF GRAVITY.>>”THE EARLY EDITION” WILL BE IN WHISTLER TOMORROW AS PART OF THE TENTH ANNIVERSARY COVERAGE, ON THE COAST AND B.C. TODAY AT THE RICHMOND OLYMPIC OVAL. SO THAT’S COMING UP TOMORROW ON CBC RADIO. DAN IS HERE AT 11:00 O’CLOCK AFTER “THE NATIONAL”.>>Brett: GOOD NIGHT.

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7 thoughts on “WATCH LIVE: CBC Vancouver News at 6 for Feb 13. — Rail Blockades, Olympic Legacy, Coronavirus”

  • this is insane. i grew up poor and in group homes in vancouver and i cant afford rent while i try to launch a small business, everyone needs a movement for affordable housing not whatever the hell is going on now. if these people get money or some settlement because of this mafia style movement im gonna be furious. All the protestors have wasted most of the progressives political capital in canada. this is devastating long term for the left and progressives. All these dumb middle class, usually young ignorant people are hijacking the left for nothing more then a small group of people trying to extort the government. to top it off they are showing signs of racism and bigotry to regular people, complete insanity.

  • What are they demanding anyway? They don’t want it? But of most their own people already said “yes”. Then they want dictatorship. They are just dictators!!!! Respect the majority!!!! That is democracy !!!!

  • Misinformation has caused this to become bigger than it should have, all the Wet’suwet’en elected leaders on the route support the pipeline.

  • Right now Treadue is donating Canadian money to fund coal and other natural resources in Africa. These protesters who voted for him have no clue what he's doing

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