Here & Now Monday, November 4, 2019

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Here & Now Monday, November 4, 2019


>>Announcer: THIS IS CBC “HERE & NOW.”>>WE STILL DON’T HAVE OUR NEW FIRE TRUCK AND NO MONEY TO GET THE NEW FIRE TRUCK.>>Anthony: PROBING THE BOOKS IN BUNION’S COVE AFTER $25,000 VANISHED. IT’S MONEY THAT WAS SUPPOSED TO BUY A NEW FIRE TRUCK.>>>HIS COMPANY FAILED TO DISCLOSE TO THE PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR CERTAIN EVENTS, AND CERTAIN INFORMATION THEY HAD.>>Anthony: THE PRESIDENT OF THE COMPANY BEHIND THE MASSIVE SALMON DIE-OFF ON THE SOUTH COAST IS COMING TO ST. JOHN’S FOR A MEETING.>>>GOOD EVENING, AND WELCOME TO “HERE & NOW.” I’M ANTHONY GERMAIN.>>>WE START WITH A STORY ABOUT BIG PROBLEMS IN A SMALL TOWN. THE MOUNTIES ARE PROBING THE FINANCES AT THE LOCAL SERVICE DISTRICT IN BUNION’S COVE. POLICE RECEIVED A COMPLAINT IN SEPTEMBER, AFTER A DISTRICT COMMITTEE WAS FORMED AND NOW SOME MEMBERS ARE RAISING QUESTIONS ABOUT THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS IN PAST SPENDING. “HERE & NOW’S” GARRETT BARRY HAS THIS CBC “INVESTIGATION.”>>Reporter: FIRE TRUCKS ARE VERY IMPORTANT IN RURAL PARTS OF THE PROVINCE, ESPECIALLY IN SMALL TOWNS. THIS IS THE FIRE TRUCK IN BUNION’S COVE. A FORD 750 THAT’S 48 YEARS OLD.>>THE INSIDE OF THIS IS A TANK THERE THAT HOLDS THE WATER AND IT LEAKS.>>Reporter: ITS REPLACEMENT IS DOWN THE HIGHWAY, PARKED ON A LOT IN CLARENVILLE, BUT IT HASN’T MADE IT HERE DUE TO A FINANCIAL SITUATION THAT HAS BEEN BROUGHT TO THE ATTENTION OF THE PROVINCE AND OF THE RCMP.>>WE HAD A PUBLIC MEETING WHEN WE FOUND OUT THAT THE MONEY WAS MISSING. AND WE HAD GROWN MEN AND WOMEN HERE, LIKE WITH TEARS IN THEIR EYES.>>Reporter: A NEW COMMITTEE WAS FORMED IN SEPTEMBER. THEY HAD ACCESS TO THE BANK RECORDS SOON AFTER AND IMMEDIATELY WENT TO T TO POLICE. THEY DISCOVERED THOUSANDS OF DOLLAR HIS APPEARED TO GONE MISSING. THEY HAD SENT $248,000 TO BUNYAN’S COVE BUT IT’S $25,000 UNACCOUNTED FOR.>>AND WE STILL DON’T HAVE OUR NEW FIRE TRUCK AND WE DON’T HAVE NO MONEY TO GET THE NEW FIRE TRUCK.>>Reporter: CBC NEWS HAS OBTAINED FINANCIAL DOCUMENTS RELATING TO THE LOCAL SERVICE DISTRICT. THE RECORDS SHOW PHOTOCOPIES OF 12 CHEQUES MADE OUT TO STEPHANIE CHAPMAN, A FORMER COMMITTEE MEMBER. THEY WERE EITHER WRITTEN TO HER DIRECTLY OR TO BUSINESSES LINKED TO HER, TOTALLING NEARLY $100,000. AND THE BIGGEST CHEQUE WAS $32,000, AND SHE WROTE A CHEQUE BACK TO THE LOCAL SERVICE DISTRICT FOR $100,000 AND IT WAS DEPOSITED ON THE VERY LAST DAY THAT SHE WAS A MEMBER OF THE COMMITTEE. CHAPMAN DIDN’T RESPOND TO REPEATED REQUESTS FOR COMMENT ABOUT THOSE CHEQUES AND HER TIME ON THE LOCAL SERVICE DISTRICT. THE COMMITTEE HERE IS RESPONSIBLE FOR WATER, FOR FIRE PROTECTION AND FOR GARBAGE PICKUP. MONEY IS COMING IN AS RESIDENTS PAY THEIR YEARLY BILLS, BUT WITH THE FINANCES THE WAY THEY ARE, THE MEMBERS ON THE COMMITTEE SAY THEY’RE NOT SURE WHETHER THEY CAN AFFORD TO PAY THE BACK BILLS THAT MAY HAVE BEEN PILING UP. WHILE SOME MEMBERS OF THE COMMUNITY ARE TALKING, OTHERS AREN’T. THERE’S A SPLIT ON THE NEW LOCAL SERVICE DISTRICT OVER WHETHER ANYONE SHOULD SAY ANYTHING WHILE THE POLICE INVESTIGATION IS UNDERWAY. AND FOR NOW THE COMMUNITY IS STILL RELYING ON THIS 48-YEAR-OLD FIRE TRUCK TO PROTECT THEIR HOMES. GARRETT BARRY, CBC NEWS, BUNYAN’S COVE.>>Anthony: THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY WAS BACK TODAY AND THE FIRST STEP WAS TO ELECT A NEW SPEAKER. PERRY TRIMPER WANTED HIS OLD JOB BACK BUT HE DIDN’T GET IT.>>I DECLARE MR. SCOTT REID, MEMBER FOR THE DISTRICT OF ST. GEORGE’S-HUMBER, ELECTED FOR SPEAKER FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE 49th GENERAL ASSEM PLEA.>ASSEMBLY.>>Anthony: WITH A NEW SPEAKER THE HOUSE CAN GET DOWN TO BUSINESS AND MANY OF THE QUESTIONS TODAY CENTRED AROUND THE 2.6 MILLION DEAD SALMON AND THE TORIES — OR THE TORY OPPOSITION — THEY WANT THE MINISTER TO BE TURFED. PETER COWAN IS LIVE WITH THE DETAILS. SO WHAT WERE THE CONCERNS FROM THE OPPOSITION?>>Reporter: ONE OF THE CONCERNS HOW LONG IT TOOK TO FIND OUT ABOUT THE MORE THAN TWO MILLION SALMON THAT DIED AND THE FACT THAT THE NEWS CAME FROM THE FISHERIES UNION AND NOT FROM THE GOVERNMENT ITSELF. NOW THE GOVERNMENT SAYS THAT THEY FIXED THAT PROBLEM. COMPANIES ARE NOW REQUIRED TO REPORT THIS INFORMATION WITHIN 24 HOURS OF IT HAPPENING. BUT THE P.C. CRITIC, KEVIN PARSONS, SAYS THAT THE FACT THAT IT TOOK THE MINISTER SIX WEEKS TO VULLY VISIT THE AREA AND TALK TO LOCAL PEOPLE ABOUT THE IMPACT THAT THIS IS HAVING, SHOWS THAT HE DOESN’T DESERVE TO BE IN HIS POSITION.>>EVERY TIME THAT HE COMES OUT AND PEOPLE WERE MORE CONFUSED THAN WHEN HE STARTED AND I THINK THAT THIS INDUSTRY IS IMPORTANT TO OUR PROVINCE AND WE NEED TO HAVE GOOD LEADERSHIP. AND MINISTER BYRNE HAS NOT GIVEN GOOD LEADERSHIP IN THIS.>>Reporter: DON’T EXPECT BYRNE TO GO ANYWHERE. AND HE’S GOT A MEETING WITH THE PRESIDENT OF THE BIG INTERNATIONAL COMPANY THAT OWNS NORTHERN HARVEST SEA FARMS, WHICH IS THE AQUACULTURE OPERATION WHERE WE HAD THESE SALMON DIE-OFFS. THIS MEETING WAS ONE OF THE DEMANDS THAT HE PUT OUT WHEN HE SUSPENDED A NUMBER OF THE COMPANIES’ LICENSES AND SO THEY’LL SIT DOWN AND TALK THIS WEEK. AND THE PREMIER INSISTED TODAY THAT HE HAS FULL CONFIDENCE IN HIS MINISTER.>>IF I DIDN’T HAVE CONFIDENCE IN THIS MINISTER, HE WOULDN’T BE THERE, MR. SPEAKER. IT’S BEEN DIFFICULT TIMES FOR THE PEOPLE ON SOUTH COAST OF THIS PROVINCE MR. SPEAKER. BUT WE ARE GOING TO CONTINUE TO GROW THE AQUACULTURE INDUSTRY IN THIS PROVINCE MR. SPEAKER. AND THIS MINISTER WILL BE PART OF THAT LEADERSHIP THAT WILL DO THAT, MR. SPEAKER. HE IS THERE, MR. SPEAKER, WITH MY CONFIDENCE.>>Reporter: SO WHAT DOES THE COMPANY HAVE TO DO IN ORDER TO GET ITS LICENSES BACK? WELL, TODAY THE FISHERIES MINISTER SAID THEY ARE STILL DOING AN INVESTIGATION AND UNTIL THEY HAVE THE FULL RESULTS OF THAT, THEY WON’T KNOW EXACTLY WHAT CONDITIONS WILL BE PUT ON THE COMPANY. REPORTING LIVE IN THE NEWSROOM I’M PETER COWAN FOR “HERE & NOW.”>>Anthony: STAYING WITH POLITICS AND A “HERE & NOW” EXCLUSIVE, THIS EMPTY CHAIR IN THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY BELONGS TO ANDREW PARSONS AND HE WAS THE MOST EXPERIENCED HOUSE LEADER IN THE LEGISLATURE BEFORE STEPPING DOWN BEHIND THE SCENES. AFTER “HERE & NOW” REPORTED PARSONS’ RESIGNATION, PREMIER DWIGHT BALL TOOK TO TWITTER TO THANK HIM AND SAYING THAT HIS FORMER HOUSE LEADER WANTS TO SPEND MORE TIME WITH HIS FAMILY. AND YET ANDREW PARSONS IS HANGING ON TO THE BUSY AND DEMANDING ROLE OF MINISTER OF PUBLIC SAFETY. AND SO HOW DO THEY LOSE A PRO AT DELICATE
TIME? IT ALL STARTED INSIDE OF THE PUBLIC ACCOUNTS COMMITTEE ON THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17th. THE P.A.C. HAS SEVEN MEMBERS, THE LIBERALS, PERRY TRIMPER AND PAM PARS PARSONS AND SARAH STOODLEY AND DEREK BENNETT. BUT FORGET ABOUT BENNETT, HE WAS OUT OF THE DISTRICT. AND THE OTHERS, WELL, THEY WERE EQUAL IN NUMBER — THREE ON BOTH SIDES. AND THE OPPOSITION INTRODUCED A MOTION TO CALL ON THE AUDITOR GENERAL TO INVESTIGATE THE COMPLICATED ISSUE OF WETLAND CAPPING AT MUSKRAT FALLS. AND WE KNOW THAT EVERYBODY, ALL SIX OF THEM, VOTED IN FAVOUR OF THE INVESTIGATION BECAUSE CHES CROSBIE GLOATED ABOUT THE UNANIMOUS VOTE THE VERY NEXT DAY, THE 18th. FOUR DAYS LATER ANDREW PARSONS RESIGNED. AND A WEEK LATER THAT INFO WAS LEAKED TO “HERE & NOW.” THE AUDITOR GENERAL WILL INVESTIGATE PARSONS’ ACTIONS BECAUSE HE WAS MINISTER OF THE ENVIRONMENT WHEN THE WETLAND CAPPING CONTROVERSY HAPPENED. CBC NEWS HAS LEARNED THAT PERRY TRIMPER TOOK THE PERSUASIVE LEAD IN THE DISCUSSION. NOW REMEMBER THAT TRIMPER RESIGNED FROM CABINET IN DISGRACE AFTER MAKING RACIALLY CHARGED COMMENTS IN AN ACCIDENTAL VOICE MAIL. AS A LABORED M.H.A. INVESTIGATING THE MUSKRAT FALLS MISHAP WOULD PLAY WELL, ESPECIALLY WITH THE INDIGENOUS COMMUNITY THAT HE OFFENDED. CBC NEWS HAS ALSO LEARNED THAT SARAH STOODLEY, THE ROOKIE LIBERAL M.H.A., SHE WAS AGAINST THIS INVESTIGATION. SHE WANTED TO VOTE AGAINST IT. BUT TRIMPER LEANED ON HER TO CHANGE HER MIND BECAUSE THE OPTICS OF A 3-3 TIE WOULD LOOK BAD. WELL, NORMALLY A COMMITTEE WITH MORE GOVERNMENT MEMBERS CAN CONTROL WHAT GETS PASSED AND WHAT DOESN’T, BUT NOT THIS TIME. SO ANDREW PARSONS IS STEPPING DOWN AS HOUSE LEADER TO SPEND MORE TIME WITH HIS FAMILY. BUT THE DECISION ALSO COMES RIGHT AFTER HE WAS BLINDSIDED BY AN AUDITOR GENERAL INVESTIGATION THAT HE WASN’T EXPECTING. AN INVESTIGATION INTO WHAT HAPPENED TO $30 MILLION EARMARKED FOR WETLAND CAPPING WHEN HE WAS ENVIRONMENT MINISTER, NOT THE KIND OF INVESTIGATION THAT A POTENTIAL LEADERSHIP CANDIDATE IS LIKELY TO WELCOME.>>SO TODAY, EFFECTIVE TODAY, I AM NO LONGER LEADER OF THE GREEN PARTY OF CANADA. AND THE NEW ACTING LEADER IS JOANNE ROBERTS.>>Anthony: WELL, IN NATIONAL NEWS, ELIZABETH MAY IS STEPPING DOWN AS FEDERAL GREEN PARTY LEADER. MAY SAYS THAT SHE’LL REMAIN A MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT AND SHE’LL BE THE PARTY’S PARLIAMENTARY CAUCUS LEADER. SHE’S LED THE GREENS SINCE 2006 AND BECAME THE FIRST AND THE ONLY FEDERALLY ELECTED GREEN M.P. IN 2011. AFTER YEARS AS THE SOLE GREEN M.P., SHE SAW HER PARTY GROW TO THREE MEMBERS IN THE COMMONS IN THE LAST MONTH’S ELECTION. MAY SAYS THAT A GREEN PARTY LEADERSHIP CONVENTION WILL HAPPEN NEXT OCTOBER ON PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND.>>Reporter: TONIGHT ON “HERE & NOW”… BEHIND THE SCENES WITH SHANNEYGANOCK AS THE BAND TURNS 25.>>I ALWAYS DREAMED OF BEING THE MUSICIAN UP ON STAGE IN FRONT OF THE GEORGE STREET CROWD. OR ANYWHERE AROUND THE WORLD. AND WE’VE MADE IT HAPPEN.>>SOMETIMES THE BANDS GET OLDER AND THEY GET LAZIER BUT WE’RE GETTING STRONGER.>>Reporter: SHANNEYGANOCK, 25 AND STILL ALIVE. THAT’S COMING UP ON “HERE & NOW.” [Cheers and Applause]>>Anthony: STAY TUNED FOR THAT ITEM.>>IN OTHER NEWS, THE PROVINCE IS MAKING IT EASIER FOR NEWFOUNDLANDERS AND LABRADORIANS TO GET TRANSITION RELATED SURGERY. UNTIL TODAY ANYONE LOOKING TO GET GENDER TRANSITION RELATED SURGERY IN NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR HAD TO GO TO ONTARIO FOR AN ASSESS SAYSMEN AN ASSESSMENT TO DET
ERMINE IF THEY WERE ELIGIBLE. BUT NOW THOSE ASSESSMENTS CAN BE DONE HERE. IT WILL REDUCE WAIT TIMES. TRANSGENDER ACTIVISTS AND HEALTH OFFICIALS ALSO EXPECT THAT IT WILL SAVE LIVES BECAUSE THERE’S A HIGH SUICIDE RATE IN PEOPLE WAITING FOR TRANSITION RELATED SURGERY.>>WELL, FOR PEOPLE LIKE MYSELF WHO ARE TRANSGENDER IT MEANS THAT THERE’S ONE LESS BARRIER FOR US TO RECEIVE THE APPROPRIATE HEALTH CARE THAT WE NEED. AND THAT’S REALLY, REALLY IMPORTANT. AND SO WE HAVE WHAT WE NEED TO GET ASSESSED HERE WITHOUT HAVING TO GO AWAY. SO I’M REALLY, REALLY ENCOURAGED BY THE ANNOUNCEMENT TODAY, AND THE ACTIONS OF THIS GOVERNMENT, AND I FEEL REALLY GOOD. IT’S REALLY SAVING LIVES.>>Anthony: A POLICE OFFICER IN ST. JOHN’S HAS BEEN CHARGED WITH IMPAIRED DRIVING AND REFUSING THE BREATHALYZER. ROYAL NEWFOUNDLAND CONSTABULARY SPOKESMAN JAMES CADIGAN SAID THAT IT HAPPENED ON FRIDAY. HE SAID THAT THE FORCE HAS NOT MADE ANY DECISIONS ABOUT THE OFFICER’S STATUS OF EMPLOYMENT. CADIGAN SAID THAT MORE DETAILS WOULD BE AVAILABLE LATER IN THE WEEK. THE ARREST HAPPENED ONE DAY AFTER THE RCMP CONFIRMED ANOTHER OFFICER IS FACING CHARGES. ON THURSDAY POLICE SAID THAT ONE OF THEIR OW OWN WAS ACCUSED OF ASSAULT AND THAT OFFICER HAS BEEN PLACED ON ADMINISTRATIVE DUTIES.>>A MASSIVE PILE OF DEAD RABBITS HAS MANY PEOPLE ASKING JUST WHAT HAPPENED.>>WE CAME DOWN HERE AND WE TOOK SOME NEW PICTURES AND SHOWED FACEBOOK.>>Anthony: THE GRUESOME FIND WAS MADE BY JASON PARSONS AND A FRIEND LATE LAST WEEK, JUST STEPS AWAY FROM THE GOULDS BY-PASS ROAD. AND HE POSTED IT TO FACEBOOK TO TRY TO GET ANSWERS. PARSONS MADE THE RIGHT CALLS TO THE DEPARTMENT OF WILDLIFE TO GET THEM TO COME TO CLEAN IT UP AND HE WANTS ANSWERS AS TO WHY SOMEONE WOULD DUMP A PILE OF DEAD RABBITS HERE.>>AND A FRIEND TOLD ME ABOUT IT AND, YEAH, HE HAD BROUGHT ME HERE TO SHOW ME.>>Reporter: WHAT DID YOU THINK ABOUT WHEN YOU SAW THIS PILE OF DEAD RABBITS?>>VERY DISGRACEFUL AND VERY DISGUSTING AND I’D REALLY LIKE TO KNOW HOW IT HAPPENED.>>Anthony: SINCE THE DISCOVERY THE PRESIDENT OF THE PROVINCE OF ANGLERS AND HUNTERS WENT TO THE AREA AND JOSEPH PENNAL SAYS THAT HE PICKED UP 74 DEAD HARES BUT HE BELIEVES THAT ANIMALS MAY HAVE TAKEN SOME OF THE OTHER RABBITS AWAY BEFORE HE GOT THERE. THE DEPARTMENT OF WILDLIFE IS ADVISING PEOPLE TO REPORT INCIDENTS LIKE THIS, BUT NOT TO MOVE DEAD ANIMALS. IT SAYS THAT DISTURBING THE SCENE CAN JEOPARDIZE THE INVESTIGATION.>>>WELL, THERE’S NOW GAS IN NAIN. YOU MIGHT RECALL THAT THE TOWN RAN OUT OF FUEL LATE LAST WEEK. A TANKER OWNED BY THE WOODWARD’S GROUP OF COMPANIES MADE IT TO NAIN OVER THE WEEKEND TO REFILL THESE TANKS AT THE TANK FARM. BUT WHILE MAKING THAT TRIP TO NAIN, THE TANKER BY-PASSED THE COMMUNITY OF HOPEDALE AND THAT TOWN HAS ALSO RUN OUT OF GAS. WOODWARD SAYS THAT THEY SHOULD ARRIVE IN HOPEDALE EARLY TOMORROW MORNING TO FILL UP THE TANKS.>>>WELL, HELLO THERE.>>Ashley>>Carolyn: HELLO THERE. I AM FILLING FOR ASHLEY TONIGHT.>>Anthony: A HEARTWARMING STORY FROM THE WEST COAST OF NEWFOUNDLAND IS ATTRACTING ATTENTION. YOU MUST HAVE SEEN THIS?>>Carolyn: I HAVEN’T.>>Anthony: YOU WILL LOVE THIS. CHECK THIS OUT. JASON FOSTER IN CORNER BROOK PUT THIS POST ON TWITTER LAST EVENING AND SAYING THAT HIS HEART WAS BROKEN BECAUSE NO ONE SHOWED UP TO HIS SON’S 11TH BIRTHDAY PARTY. WELL, THAT POST HAS GONE VIRAL WITH GREET FREQUENCY EVERYWHERE, INCLUDING MITCH MARNER, AND JOHN TAVARES WHO HINTED AT A PLAN TO GET KADE TO AN NHL GAME. AND THIS WORLD CHAMPION IS OFFERING TO MEET HIM WHEN THE HOUSTON ASTROS NEAR TORONTO. AND YOU HAVE LUKE SKYWALKER ALSO REACTING AND ALONG WITH LOTS OF OTHER FAMOUS NAMES. IT’S INCREDIBLE, ACTUALLY. BY THIS AFTERNOON HIS POST HAD RECEIVED CLOSE TO 50,000 RESPONSES.>>Carolyn: WOW.>>Anthony: AS FOR KADE AND THE FAMILY, THEY’RE NOT DOING INTERVIEWS RIGHT NOW, PROBABLY OVERWHELMED WITH THIS INCREDIBLE REACTION THEY’RE GETTING.>>Carolyn: A LOT OF LOVE FOR HIM AND I’M SURE THAT HE’S DELIGHTED.>>Anthony: I WAS WATCHING OVER THE WEEKEND AND HOW IS IT POSSIBLE, IS THE WEATHER SO BAD THAT NO ONE SHOWED UP. AND NOW EVERYONE IS REALIZING, HEY, MAKE THIS KID’S DAY.>>Carolyn: YAY.>>Anthony: YEAH, VERY NICE, Announcer: Murder
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SO THE GROUPS HIT UP MULTIPLE GROCERY STORES AROUND THE CITY AND GATHERING SUPPLIES FROM A LIST THAT IS GOING TO BE DONATED TO THE FOOD-SHARING ASSOCIATION MUCH.>>MY BIG IDEA WAS TO SORT OF GET PEOPLE OUT AND TO MAYBE HAVE THEM THINK ABOUT WHAT NETWORKS THEY CAN TAKE TO GET DIFFERENT PLACES. SO WE HAVE A FEW DIFFERENT CHECKPOINTS THAT ARE THE GROCERY STORES WHERE PEOPLE WILL GET THEIR FOOD AND, YOU KNOW, I WANTED PEOPLE TO THINK ABOUT THE DIFFERENT WAYS THEY CAN USE TO GET THERE. AND NOT MAIN THOROUGHFARES AND MAYBE SIDE ROADS AND TAKE OUT YOUR CELLPHONE AND THINK WHICH RIGHT AND WHICH LEFT AND THAT KIND OF THING. AND GET USED TO MOVING AROUND HERE IN ST. JOHN’S. AND THE WEATHER REALLY WORKED OUT. I’M REALLY PLEASED WITH IT. THIS IS PERFECT. (*)>>Anthony: CYCLISTS ARE AN OPTIMISTIC BUNCH, RIGHT?>>Carolyn: YIET A DIFFERENT STORY TODAY. AND TODAY IT WAS GORGEOUS IN ST. JOHN’S.>>Anthony: HAVE YOU GOTTEN USED TO THE HOUR YET?>>Carolyn: NOT YET. IT GETS SO DARK SO EARLY NOW, RIGHT? 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BUT THE REST OF THE ISLAND IS LOOKING NICE AND CLEAR OVERNIGHT TONIGHT. 3° AS THE OVERNIGHT LOW IN ST. JOHN’S. AND A BIT OF CLOUD COVER IN MARYSTOWN, A CHANCE OF A LIGHT SHOWER OVERNIGHT THERE. AND IN CORNER BROOK, ST. ANTHONY IS LOOKING AT A MIX OF SHOWERS AND FLURRIES TONIGHT. SO FOR LABRADOR, THOSE ARE THE FEW SHOWERS THAT COULD COME THROUGH, THE OVERNIGHT LOW OF -8°, AND THE WIND FAIRLY STRONG ALONG THE NORTH COAST, AND WESTERLY, GUSTING TO 60. SO TOMORROW, AS I WAS SAYING IF YOU’RE ON THE ISLAND, THINGS ARE LOOKING PRETTY GOOD. A BIT OF CLOUD COVER ON THE WEST COAST, AND IN LABRADOR SOME FLURRIES ARE PUSHING THROUGH THE WEST AND MAKING ITS WAY EAST THROUGHOUT THE DAY. SO IF YOU’RE ALONG THE LABRADOR COAST, THINGS SHOULD BE NICE FOR MOST OF THE DAY AND THEN THE FLURRIES MOVING IN A LITTLE BIT LATER ON. AND SO TEMPERATURES ON THE ISLAND ARE LOOKING REALLY NICE, 9° FOR THE EAST AND LOTS OF SUNSHINE TO ENJOY. AND YOU CAN SEE THE WINDS FAIRLY LIGHT TOMORROW AS WELL. 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IT’S STILL FUN. (*)>>YOU KNOW, THERE’S TIMES WHEN YOU THINK, JESUS, HOW DID WE MANAGE TO GET THIS FAR AND THERE’S OTHER TIMES THAT YOU GO AND YOU LOOK OUT WHEN YOU’RE PLAYING IN FRONT OF A CROWD LIKE TONIGHT AND YOU GO, OH, YEAH, THIS IS THE REASON THAT WE HAVE DONE IT. WE DO IT FOR THE FANS. (*) (singing).>>(indiscernible) AND THAT WAS 25 YEARS AGO.>>(indiscernible). (*) [Cheers and Applause] (*) (*) (singing) * I’VE GOT TO SAY THIS ISN’T REALLY WORKING FOR ME>>WE’RE IN LOGY BAY. WE’RE STARTING A NEW ALBUM, A NEW C.D. WE COME IN WITH A BUNCH OF SONGS, PROBABLY ABOUT 20, 30 SONGS AND WE TAKE IT DOWN TO 10 OR 13. AND WE’RE PUTTING ARRANGEMENTS TO SONGS AND THEN THEY’LL COME IN WITH THE STUDIO AND THEN WE’LL KNOCK IT OFF. * WE WERE WALKING ON WATER * FEELING FANCY AND FREE * I THINK THIS IS OUR 14th ALBUM. AND IT’S HARD, YOU KNOW, IT’S HARDER TO WRITE SONGS AND HARDER TO FIND GOOD SONGS. SO, YEAH, WE’RE DEFINITELY NERVOUSLY EXCITED ABOUT IT BECAUSE IT COSTS A LOT OF MONEY AND IT’S REALLY HARD TO GET YOUR MONEY BACK IN TODAY’S INDUSTRY.>>* WALKING ON THE WATER AND MAKING THINGS A LITTLE HARDER *>>IT’S THE REASON WE TOUR. IT’S A REASON TO GO BACK TO PLACES, YOU KNOW, INSTEAD OF COMING BACK, WE’RE COMING BACK WITH NEW MUSIC. AND COMING BACK WITH SOMETHING, ON — BECAUSE, YOU KNOW, YOU CAN ONLY GO BACK SO MANY TIMES, RIGHT, DOING THE SAME THING. SO YOU WANT TO CHANGE IT UP.>>* BACK TO THE OCEAN >>EVERYBODY ELSE IS DOING GREATEST HITS ALBUM AND IN OUR OPINION, GREATEST HIT ALBUMS ARE FOR FANS WHO DON’T PLAY ANYMORE OR ABOUT TO GIVE IT UP. [laughter]>>WE’RE NOT THERE. (*)>>WE’RE DOING SOLO ACTS AT THE PUB. AND RALPH O’BRIEN WHO OWNED THE PUB AT THE TIME AND SAID I WON’T SEND NEITHER OF YOU HOME UNTIL YOU GET UP ON STAGE AND SEE HOW IT WORKS OUT.>>I DO REMEMBER THINKING THAT HE’S REALLY GOOD BUT I DON’T LIKE THE SAME TYPE OF MUSIC THAT HE DOES. BUT I THINK THAT AFTER WE DID IT ONCE OR TWICE AND I REALISED, HEY, THIS IS A BLEND THAT PEOPLE COULD ENJOY AND IT COVERS A LOT MORE PEOPLE. SO WHEN YOU TAKE A SMALL NICHE, AND YOU OPEN IT UP, THAT’S MORE PEOPLE THAT YOU CAN GET TO.>>I RAN INTO HIM…>>AND THIS IS A BEAUTIFUL SET-UP ON THE GEORGE STREET FESTIVAL. AS YOU CAN SEE THEY DESPERATELY NEED A NEW STAGE — DESPERATELY. SO THIS IS WHERE YOU HANG OUT HERE BEFORE A SHOW. OR YOU HAVE TO GO ALL THE WAY OVER THERE TO A GREEN ROOM. THIS IS OUR 18th TIME HEADLINING THE GEORGE STREET FESTIVAL SO WE’RE USED TO THIS ROOM. (*)>>HOW ARE YOU GUYS DOING TODAY?>>GOOD.>>HAPPY GEORGE STREET FESTIVAL. WHO ARE YOU HERE TO SEE?>>SHANNEYGANOCK.>>SHABBY GA NOOK! RIGHT ON.>>CAME FROM TORONTO TO SEE HIM.>>HERE TO SEE SHANNEYGANOCK AND ALL OF THE BANDS. BUT I LIKE THEM.>>AND CHRIS ANDREWS HAS A GREAT VOICE AND THE ACCORDION AND ALL OF THE VOICES ARE GOOD. AND THEY LOVE IT AND LIVE IT.>>I JUST LIKE EVERYTHING ABOUT THEM, ACTUALLY. ALL OF THEIR MUSIC AND EVERYTHING.>>Reporter: HAVE YOU BEEN A FAN FOR A WHILE?>>A LONG TIME. EVER SINCE THEY HAVE BEEN AROUND.>>Reporter: WHO ARE YOU HERE TO SEE?>>SHANNEYGANOCK.>>EVERYONE — EVERYONE.>>BUT MOSTLY SHANNEYGANOCK. (*) (*)>>EVERY COUPLE YEARS WE WOULD TALK AND SAY, WHAT DO YOU THINK, YOU KNOW, STILL GOOD? AND AS LONG AS PEOPLE STILL WANT IT AND, YOU KNOW, THEY’RE ENJOYING IT AND WE CAN GIVE IT TO THEM, I THINK THAT WE’RE GOING TO GO ON. [Cheers and Applause]>>HOW ARE YOU DOING TONIGHT? [Cheers and Applause] (*) (singing) (singing). (*)>>YOU KNOW, WE’RE 25 YEARS IN AND WITH NO OFFENSE TO ALL OF THE OTHER WONDERFUL MUSICIAN WHOSE PLAYED WITH US, BUT THIS IS DEFINITELY THE BEST SHANNEYGANOCK.>>PROBABLY THE TIGHTEST BAND THAT WE’VE HAD BEHIND US FOR A LONG TIME.>>A LOT OF TIMES WHEN BANDS GET OLDER THEY GET LAZIER, BUT WE’RE GETTING TIGHTER. SO GOOD THING THAT WE’RE GOING THAT WAY. 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I’M THE VERY FIRST MINISTER IN THE HISTORY OF AQUACULTURE ACTIVITY IN NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, EVER TO PROVIDE A SANCTION AGAINST AN AQUACULTURE COMPANY. AND I DID SO BY SUSPENDING 10 LICENSES. THAT WILL BE A SIGNIFICANT FOCUS OF THE CONVERSATION BUT THE MESSAGE THAT I WANT TO SEND TO THE PRESIDENT, TO THE C.E.O. IS THAT THIS PROVINCE, THE PEOPLE WHO OWN THE RESOURCES OF THIS PROVINCE, EXPECT ALL THOSE WHO WE SHARE THOSE RESOURCES WITH TO REHAIBEHAVERESPONSIBLY AND TO EFFECTIVELY MANAGE THOSE RESOURCES FOR THE PUBLIC GOOD. AND THAT INCLUDES OUR AQUACULTURE RESOURCES. AND I ANTICIPATE THAT MESSAGE WILL BE WELL RECEIVED.>>Anthony: AT ONE POINT DURING THE DIE-OFF YOU SAID WORST CASE SCENARIO 2 MILLION FISH AND THEN YOU REALISED THAT IT WAS 2.6 MILLION. DID THE COMPANY DECEIVE YOU?>>THEY FAILED TO DISCLOSE. THE WORD “DECEPTION” IMPLIES AN INTENTIONAL ACT TO NOT DISCLOSE. AND I CANNOT AT THIS POINT IN TIME HAVE A CONSIDERED OPINION ABOUT WHAT I KNOW TO BE TRUE IS THAT THEY HAD INFORMATION, THEY DID NOT DISCLOSE IT, AND WHAT THEIR REASONS FOR THAT ARE ARE IMMATERIAL TO ME.>>Anthony: BUT YOU DIDN’T KNOW WHAT YOU WERE TALKING ABOUT BECAUSE OF WHAT THEY DIDN’T TELL YOU. AND THEY MADE YOU APPEAR FOOLISH AND YOU’RE CALLING THE C.E.O. HERE TO RECKON WITH? ARE YOU?>>I’MCALLYING THE C.E.O. HERE TO DISCUSS THE FUTURE OF THE COMPANY HERE IN NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR AND I’M CALLING THE COMPANY, THE C.E.O. OF THE COMPANY HERE SO THAT WE CAN HAVE A BACK-AND-FORTH AS TO HOW WE ANTICIPATE THIS — EXPECT THIS COMPANY TO BEHAVE. THAT WE EXPECT THEM TO FOLLOW THE RULES. AND WE COULD GET INTO A BROADER DISCUSSION ABOUT WHETHER OR NOT I SHOULD HAVE KNOWN WHEN THERE WAS NO WAY FOR ME TO KNOW AT THAT PARTICULAR POINT IN TIME. BUT WHAT I WOULD SAY IS THAT THE RESULT OF AN INVESTIGATION IS TO FIND THESE DETAILS. AND PART OF THAT INVESTIGATION IS CONTINUING TO NOT ONLY DO OUR OWN WORK BUT AS WELL TO COMMUNICATE WITH THE COMPANY TO FIND OUT WHAT THEY KNOW. AND THROUGH AN ACTIVE INVESTIGATION, PART OF THAT WAS THAT DISCLOSURE. AND SO, IN OTHER WORDS, THE INVESTIGATION IS THE JOB.>>Anthony: WELL, ANOTHER STORY NOW AND THIS IS A FIRST — A MEMORIAL UNIVERSITY PROFESSOR WAS AWARDED ONE OF RUSSIA’S TOP HONOURS TODAY IN MOSCOW. (*) THAT IS JOHN STEWART DURANT RECEIVING THE ORDER OF FRIENDSHIP FROM VLADIMIR PUTIN. IT’S FOR HIS WORK AS CONSUL TO RUSSIA ON CANADA’S EAST COAST. IT’S AN A-POLITICAL ROLE THAT HELPS VISITING RUSSIAN HOCKEY PLAYERS WHEN HERE AND TAKING RUSSIAN OFFICIALS ON TOUR OF ATLANTIC DAN AND ARRANGING CANADIAN STUDENT EXCHANGES IN RUSSIA.>>>WELL, CANADA’S RELATIONS WITH MOSCOW HAVE BEEN STRAINED OVER HUMAN RIGHTS AND RUSSIA’S ANNEXATION OF CRIMEA, BUT TODAY DURANT SAID THAT IS ALL THE MORE REASON FOR DIALOGUE WITH OUR NORTHERN NEIGHBOUR.>>IT’S OUR BACKYARD, LET’S SAY. AND WE CAN BUILD FENCES HIGHER AND HIGHER AND NOT DEAL WITH PEOPLE ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THE FENCE. BUT YOU WANT TO GET ANYWHERE AND REACH RESOLUTION, YOU BETTER TALK AND LOOK FOR ASPECTS OF OUR RELATIONSHIP IN OUR NEIGHBOURHOOD THAT IS CONNECTED, RATHER THAN WHAT IS GOING TO BE DIVISIVE. I THINK THAT IS COMMON SENSE.>>Anthony: WELL, TO ANOTHER MEMORIAL PROFESSOR NOW. AFTER 11 YEARS BEHIND THE COUNTER, A LONG-TIME VENDOR AT THE ST. JOHN’S FARMERS’ MARKET IS PACKING UP. SHE’S BEEN WITH THE MARKET SINCE 2008 AND THAT’S NOT ALL, AS I MENTIONED SHE TAUGHT FOLKLORE AT MEMORIAL UNIVERSITY. AND JARRETT HAD A STORE IN ST. JOHN’S SPECIALIZING IN AFRICAN WARES AND AT THE ST. JOHN’S FARMERS’ MARKET SHE RAN THE MULTIETHNIC FOOD KITCHEN. WHILE YOU WON’T SEE HER SERVING THE WEEKEND CROWDS ANYMORE, SHE’S NOT STEPPING AWAY ENTIRELY. “HERE & NOW’S” JEREMY EATON HAS THE STORY.>>SOUP, RIGHT?>>Reporter: ZANA JARRETT SAID GOODBYE TO LONG-TIME FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS.>>ESPECIALLY THIS IS MY LAST DAY AT THE FARMERS’ MARKET.>>Reporter: JARRETT WAS A VENDOR IN JUNE 2008, MOVING WITH THE MARKET AS IT CONTINUED TO EXPAND AND GROW OVER THE YEARS.>>AND WE USED TO BE THERE AND SOMETIMES IF THERE WERE EVENTS THEY WOULD MOVE US TO A HALL DOWNTOWN. AND WE HAVE BEEN THROUGH SEVERAL HALLS DOWNTOWN. I CAN’T REMEMBER THE NAMES.>>Reporter: ST. JOHN’S FARMER’ MARKET HAS A PERMANENT HOME IN A RECENTLY REFURBISHED METROBUS BUILDING. AS THE MARKET GREW, SO DID JARRETT’S MENU.>>I LOOKED TO COOK INTERNATIONAL FOOD, JUST BY INTERACTION WITH MY NEW IMMIGRANTS OR WITH VENDORS FROM DIFFERENT COUNTRIES. AND, OF COURSE, I HAVE GROWN AS A PERSON. AND IT’S REALLY AMAZING, REALLY. I AM REALLY BLESSED.>>Reporter: JARRETT’S FARMERS’ MARKET FAREWELL FILLED THE NIGERIAN-BORN WOMAN WITH MIXED EMOTIONS.>>TO BE HONEST WITH I, IT WAS A LOT OF WORK, SLEEPLESS NIGHTS AND SLEEPLESS DAYS. SO I’M HAPPY THAT I’M RETIRING. BUT IN A WAY I’M KIND OF EMOTIONAL BECAUSE I WILL MISS MY FRIENDS.>>Reporter: FRIENDS LIKE FELLOW VENDOR REEVA McKIE.>>I CAME TO GET MY LUNCH AND I WONDERED WHY SHE WAS RETIRING. SHE SAID SHE’S NOT GETTING YOUNGER BUT NONE OF US ARE. BUT SHE’S A WONDERFUL LADY AND A BRIGHT SPARK THAT WE’LL MISS HERE VERY MUCH.>>Reporter: JARRETT WILL CONTINUE TO COOK AND CATERING FOR BUSINESSES AND EVENTS. SHE ALSO HAS A NUMBER OF JOBS TO KEEP HER BUSY.>>I HAVE BEEN DOING THE A FESTIVAL AND THE WORK WITH THE FOUNDATION WILL CONTINUE, TO DO HUMANITARIAN WORK IN NIGERIA.>>Reporter: BUT NEXT SAID JARRETT’S FOOD WILL BE MISSING, SOMETHING THAT THE FARMER’ MARKET HASN’T SEEN SINCE IT STARTED. JEREMY EATON, CBC NEWS, ST. JOHN’S.>>Anthony: A NICE STORY.>>Carolyn: IT IS.>>>Anthony: AND IT MAKES YOU HUNGRY.>>Carolyn: IT DOES. I HAVE HAD THAT FOOD BEFORE AND IT’S REALLY GOOD.>>Anthony: A FOLKLORE PROFESSOR.>>Carolyn: YEP.>>Anthony: AND, THEREFORE, MUST STAY HERE FOREVER. I HAVE SEEN THAT MOVIE.>>Carolyn: CONGRATULATIONS.>>I HAVEN’T SEEN AN M.V. POWER ENVELOPE ARRIVE IN MY MAILBOX FOR 15 YEARS.>>Anthony: IF YOU THINK THAT THIS WOMAN IS ROUGHING IT, YOU’RE WAY OFF. HER STORY AND HER HOT TUB NEXT. (* Jonny: It was hard times, until
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AND SO THEN AS WE MOVE INTO THURSDAY MORNING, THIS COULD BE THE FIRST TIME THAT WE’RE GOING TO SEE SOME ACCUMULATION OF SNOW FOR THE WEST COAST. A SNOW SQUALL SET-UP IS LOOKING LIKE THAT MAY HAPPEN FOR THE WEST COAST, WITH SOME STRONG WINDS AND THOSE FLURRIES STICKING AROUND THROUGHOUT THE DAY FOR LABRADOR CITY AS WELL AND FOR THE COAST. SO THESE ARE THE WINDS. THIS IS THURSDAY OVERNIGHT, 1:00 a.m.. SO YOU CAN SEE STEPHENVILLE AND PORT AUX BASQUE, 85 km/h AND THAT’S GOING TO STAY PRETTY STRONG THROUGHOUT THE DAY AND LOOKING AT SOME HIGH WINDS AS WELL FOR NAIN AND MAKKOVIK. PRETTY MUCH EVERYONE IS LOOKING AT SOME STRONGER WINDS ON THURSDAY. SO FRIDAY MORNING, YOU COULD SEE SOME RAIN FOR THE EAST AND MORE FLURRIES FOR LABRADOR. AND THINGS ARE GETTING MESSY AGAIN ON FRIDAY EVENING WITH MORE RAIN, MORE SNOW PUSHING THROUGH FOR THE WEST COAST OF THE ISLAND. AS WELL AS FOR COASTAL LABRADOR. SO FIVE-DAY FORECAST, 11° FOR WEDNESDAY, WITH THOSE HEAVIER SHOWERS, CLEARING UP ON THURSDAY. 5°. AND SO FRIDAY AFTERNOON LOOKING AT SOME SHOWERS AND THEN MESSY ON SATURDAY. BUT THE TEMPERATURES STAYING ABOVE 0° AT LEAST FOR CENTRAL AREAS. LOOKING AT SOME SHOWERS FOR FRIDAY AS WELL. AND THEN THAT CHANCE OF SOME FLURRIES FOR SATURDAY, 2° AS THE HIGH ON SATURDAY. AND SO LOOKING LIKE THE WEEKEND IS SHAPING UP TO BE A LITTLE BIT MESSY AND FOR THE WEST COAST, LOOKING AT A STRETCH OF FLURRIES OF FLURRIES THERE AND THAT MIX ON THURSDAY OF SHOWERS AND FLURRIES. AND FOR EASTERN LABRADOR, FRIDAY IS DIPPING DOWN BELOW THE FREEZING MARK, -1°, WITH SOME SUNSHINE AND SOME FLURRIES ON SATURDAY, -3° IS THE HIGH THERE. AND FOR WESTERN LABRADOR, FRIDAY IS LOOKING CHILLY, BUT CLEAR, AND SOME CLOUD COVER IS MOVING IN ON SATURDAY. AND -8° AS THE HIGH. SO THAT’S YOUR FORECAST. ANTHONY, BACK TO YOU.>>>>Anthony: IN INTERNATIONAL CLIMATE NEWS, DON’T COMPLAIN ABOUT ANYTHING THAT THE AIR AND WEATHER IS LIKE HERE. IN INDIA IT’S DIFFICULT FOR PEOPLE TO BREATHE IN INDIA’S CAPITAL.>>I JUST ARRIVED YESTERDAY AND THIS IS WHEN I GOT ME THIS MASK BECAUSE IT’S JUST NOT POSSIBLE TO BREATHE WITHOUT IT.>>Anthony: OUTDOOR EXPOSURE LED TO RESPIRATORY PROBLEMS AND STINGING EYES. THERE’S SCHOOLS CLOSED AND ALL CONSTRUCTION HAS BEEN HALTED. THE SMOG HAS CAUSED FLIGHT DELAYS AND CANCELLATIONS AT THE CITY’S INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. A U.S. MEASURE FOR THE AIR QUALITY INDEX SUGGESTS THAT THE POLLUTION IS HARSH ENOUGH TO AGGRAVATE HEART AND LUNG DISEASE AND EVEN LEAD TO DEATH FOR THE ELDERLY OR THE SICK. NEW DELHI TYPICALLY ENDURES SEVERE OR HAZARDOUS AIR POLLUTION FROM OCTOBER TO DECEMBER.>>>WELL, BACK HERE IN ATLANTIC CANADA, MANY PEOPLE IN THE MARITIMES SPENT THEIR WEEKEND IN THE DARK AND THIS IS AFTER LAST WEEK’S WINDSTORM KNOCKED OUT POWER IN THOUSANDS OF HOMES. BUT FOR ONE NEW BRUNSWICK WOMAN, POWER PROBLEMS HAVEN’T BEEN A CONCERN FOR HER FOR, WELL, 15 YEARS. CBC’S GARY MOORE WITH THAT STORY.>>Reporter: WENDY KEEKS FIRES UP HER HOT TUB. THIS ISN’T YOUR TYPICAL PLASTIC MOLDED LUXURY. IT’S A CUSTOM BUILT CEDAR BARREL, FUELLED BY A WOODSTOVE. IT GETS SO HOT THAT IT’S EARNED THE NAME “KEATS CALDERON” AND IT SEATS 13 PEOPLE. AND THE BEST PART? IT DOESN’T MAKE ANY NOISE.>>IT’S SO NICE TO JUST SIT THERE AND TO LISTEN TO THE FIRE CRACKLING UNDER THE STARS WITH NO NOISE WHATSOEVER.>>Reporter: NESTLED ALONG THE RIVER NEAR SALISBURY, KEATS ENJOYED A QUIET LIFE UNPLUGGED. BUT WHEN SHE CUT TIES WITH N.B. POWER NEARLY 15 YEARS AGO SHE WAS A PIONEER AND SHE’S A FIRST TO ADMIT THAT SHE MADE MISTAKES.>>OH, WRONG SIZE SYSTEM, NOT UNDERSTANDING HOW BATTERIES WORK AND RUINED MY FIRST SET OF BATTERIES. YOU KNOW, JUST, YOU KNOW, REALLY NOT UNDERSTANDING I THINK AND SO, THEREFORE, NOT BEING ABLE TO DO THE BEST JOB THAT YOU CAN WITH THE EQUIPMENT THAT YOU’VE GOT.>>Reporter: BUT KEATS STUCK WITH IT AND IS NOW A BIT OF A TRAILBLAZER FOR PEOPLE LOOKING TO MAKE A SIMILAR MOVE.>>OH, IT’S VERY VIABLE NOW, MUCH MORE I THINK THAN IT WAS WHEN I WENT OFF THE GRID.>>Reporter: BUT KEATS’ HOMESTEAD IS POWERED BY SOLAR PANELS AND HEATED BY SOUTH FACING WINDOWS AND A WOODSTOVE. AND SHE HAS AN ON-DEMAND HOT WATER SYSTEM. SHE CONTINUES TO REASON VAITD HER 2,000-SQUARE-FOOT HOME AND ADDING A GUEST ROOM AND AN OFFICE. BUT THE BIGGEST PAYOFF?>>I HAVEN’T SEEN AN N.B. POWER ENVELOPE ARRIVE IN MY MAILBOX FOR 15 YEARS NOW SO THAT’S COOL.>>Reporter: SHE SPEND BUSY $100 A YEAR FOR WOOD AND PROPANE AND LAUGHS AT THE THOUGHT OF EVER RECONNECTING TO THE GRID. GARY MOORE, CBC NEWS, SALISBURY. (*)>>Carolyn: WELL, LOOK AT THIS STUNNING VIEWER PHOTO. A BEAUTIFUL SUNRISE AND WAVES ARE CRASHING AGAINST THE BEACH. 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on my own. (Shaky breath) Yes, it’s bad. I’ll need help. (Sharp intake of breath)
Ooh… Can I help you with that? No, I’m good. Thanks. How do you feel about the
changes A&W is making? [*] [*] All-Wheel Drive confidence. All-Wheel Drive fun. [*] The Hyundai Tucson. [*] (*)>>Anthony: WINDING DOWN THE SHOW WITH SOMETHING — WELL, YOU JUDGE FOR YOURSELF. THERE’S WATCHING OUT FOR WILD WEEKEND DRIVERS AND THEN THERE’S THIS.>>Carolyn: YES, TODAY POLICE IN ONTARIO ARE INVESTIGATING AFTER A GROUP OF STUNT DRIVES STOPPED TRAFFIC ON A MAJOR HIGHWAY.>>Anthony: YEAH, CHECK THAT OUT. THE VIDEO SHARED OVER THE WEEKEND WITH THE DRIVER DOING DONUTS IN THE MIDDLE OF AN EIGHT-LANE HIGHWAY IN TORONTO.>>Anthony>>Carolyn: AND THE VIDEO SHOWS A LONG LINE OF STOPPED TRAFFIC AS WELL AS SEVERAL ONLOOKERS RECORDING THE STUNT.>>Anthony: YEP. IT ALL HAPPENED NEAR TORONTO’S PEARSON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. THAT IS A VERY, VERY BUSY STRETCH OF HIGHWAY ON THE 417 WHERE IT CONNECTS UP THERE. WHAT WERE THEY THINKING?>>Carolyn: I DON’T KNOW. THAT IS SO DANGEROUS.>>Anthony: I WONDER IF THEY’LL GET CAUGHT.>>Carolyn: REMEMBER ON KENMOUNT ROAD THE GUY DOING DONUTS?>>Anthony: DID HE MOVE TO TORONTO IN. [laughter]>>Carolyn: I DON’T REMEMBER. ANYWAY.>>Anthony: A LOOK AT THE PHOTO?>>Carolyn: YES, WHAT A GREAT SHOT THIS IS. THIS IS SENT IN BY SOMEBODY WHO SENDS BEAUTIFUL SHOTS AND IT WAS TAKEN HERE IN NORTHERN SPAIN.>>Anthony: YOU GET DISTRACTED BECAUSE OF THE STOP-ACTION ON THE WATER BUT IT’S DEFINITELY THERE. I CAN SEE IT NOW.>>Carolyn: THANK YOU, EUGENE HOWELL, FOR SENDING THAT GORGEOUS PHOTO IN. AND IF YOU HAVE A PHOTO, YOU WOULD LIKE TO SEE ON THE NEWS, SEND IT TO US THROUGH EMAIL AT [email protected]>>Anthony: GOOD TO SEE YOU AGAIN. AND WE HAVEN’T DONE THE NEWS AND WEATHER FOR A WHILE.>>Carolyn: LIKE TWO WEEKS.>>Anthony: GOOD TO SEE YOU. AND I WANT TO THANK PEOPLE WHO SHOWED UP AT THE TERRA NOVA GRANNIES SCRAB BELL TOURNEY. THEY HAD A MUG THAT IS GRANNY POWER TOO. AND THEY GAVE ME ONE, NOT SURE WHAT TO MAKE OF THAT. BUT THERE WAS A WORD WORTH 185 POINTS BOTTOMUT IT WAS SPELLED THREE TRIPLES ON THE TOP AND IT’S TRIPLE AND YOU TRIPLE THAT. IT WAS A STANDING OVATION.>>Carolyn: DID PEOPLE CHEER?>>Anthony: THEY DO. AND IT WAS A LOT OF FUN AND ALL OF THE MONEY FOR A GREAT CAUSE. IT WAS A BEAUTIFUL DAY AND I WAS AFRAID THAT PEOPLE WOULD STAY AWAY BUT THE BEST CROWD EVER AND SO WE’LL SEE YOU IN APRIL OR MAY.>>Carolyn: SOUNDS LIKE FUN FOR SOME PEOPLE. GOODNIGHT, EVERYONE.>>Anthony: I’LL CONVINCE HER. [laughter] (*)

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