The National for April 11, 2017


(♪♪♪)>>Peter: GOOD EVENING, I’M PETER MANSBRIDGE, AND THIS IS “THE NATIONAL.” (♪♪♪)>>>UNITED AIRLINES FINALLY APOLOGIZES FOR ITS NOT SO FRIENDLY SKIES.>>OH, MY GOD, LOOK WHAT YOU DID TO HIM!>>Peter: CAN IT RECOVER FROM THAT?>>>THE U.S. LANDS A DELEGATION IN MOSCOW SET FOR A SHOWDOWN.>>Interview: I’D BE REAL RELUCTANT TO TAKE TRUMP ON IF I WERE AN ADVERSARY OF THE UNITED STATES.>>Peter: BUT SEAN SPICER GIVES MAXIMUM OFFENSE AT HOME. PLUS…>>>CANADIANS FEELING PENNED IN BY FREEDOM 55, AIMED FOR MUCH LONGER.>>Interview: WELL, I’M GOING TO GO UNTIL I DROP. I LOVE WORKING. (♪♪♪)>>Peter: WELL, IT TOOK A WORLDWIDE BACKLASH AND A DRAMATIC DROP IN STOCK PRICE, BUT TODAY TWO FULL DAYS AFTER A KENTUCKY MAN WAS DRAGGED OFF AN OVERBOOKED UNITED AIRLINES FLIGHT, THE COMPANY FINALLY SOUNDED CONTRITE. THE C.E.O. APOLOGIZED, UNRESERVEDLY THIS TIME, BUT IT CAME TOO LATE TO NEUTRALIZE THE PUBLIC RELATIONS DISASTER OR THE SOCIAL MEDIA ONSLAUGHT.>>Interview: WE’RE UNITED AIRLINES, YOU DO WHAT WE SAY WHEN WE SAY. [laughter] AND THERE WON’T BE A PROBLEM.>>Reporter: WHOEVER SAID THAT THERE WAS NO SUCH THING AS BAD PUBLICITY WAS WRONG. FROM LATE-NIGHT SPOOF TO SOCIAL MEDIA AND A MOCK UNITED AIRLINES MOTTOS AND EVEN ONE FOR ARRIVAL AIRLINE. BUT THE ORIGINAL VIDEO ISN’T FUNNY AT ALL.>>OH, MY GOD!>>Interview: NONE OF YOU US COULD BELIEVE THAT IT WOULD GET TO THAT POINT.>>Interview: THE OTHER PASSENGERS WERE JUST BERATING THE EMPLOYEES AND SAYING THINGS LIKE YOU SHOULD BE ASHAMED OF YOURSELF.>>Reporter: A STATEMENT FROM UNITED’S C.E.O. APOLOGIZING FOR WHAT HE CALLED “RE-ACCOMMODATING CUSTOMERS” WAS WIDELY CRITICIZED. ADD TO THAT A LEAKED INTERNAL MEMO FROM THE C.E.O., DEFENDING HIS EMPLOYEES, SAYING THEY “FOLLOWED ESTABLISHED PROCEDURES.” AND “I ALSO EMPHATICALLY STAND BEHIND ALL OF YOU”, HE SAID. AND MANY QUESTION WHY THIS HAPPENED IN FIRST PLACE.>>Interview: THEY ALREADY KNEW THEY WERE OVERBOOKED SO WHY DIDN’T THEY JUST NOT BOARD THE LAST 10 PEOPLE PERHAPS, RATHER THAN FILL UP THE AIRPLANE AND GO THROUGH ALL OF THIS GRIEF?>>Reporter: NOW ON CHINA’S VERSION OF TWITTER THERE’S CALLS FOR A BOYCOTT OF UNITED IN A MARKET THAT’S ALREADY CRUCIAL TO THE AIRLINE. UNITED STOCK FELL IN TRADING TODAY, AT TIMES WIPING HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS OF DOLLARS OFF THE COMPANY’S VALUE AND THERE’S DEMANDS IN THE U.S. FOR A CONGRESSIONAL HEARING, EVEN SPARKING REACTION FROM THE WHITE HOUSE.>>Interview: TO WATCH A HUMAN BEING GET DRAGGED DOWN AN AISLE WITH THEIR HEAD BANGING OFF ARMRESTS AND NOT THINK THAT IT COULD HAVE BEEN HANDLED BETTER AND WE COULD PROBABLY ALL AGREE ON THAT.>>Reporter: THE THING IS THAT THE AIRLINE WHOSE REAL MOTTO IS “FLY THE FRIENDLY SKIES” HAS BEEN ACCUSED OF BEING UNFRIENDLY BEFORE. ♪ YOU BROKE MY TAYLOR GUITAR ♪>>Reporter: DAVE TERRELL HAD TO MAKE HIS OWN VIRAL VIDEO TO GET UNITED TO PAY FOR HIS BROKEN GUITAR. THIS LATEST CONTROVERSY, HE SAYS, SHOWS THAT THE AIRLINE HASN’T LEARNED MUCH.>>Interview: MY EXPERIENCE IS THEY HAD A WAYS TO GO AND IT SEEMS THAT MAYBE THEY STILL HAVE A WAYS TO GO YET.>>Reporter: FINALLY TODAY AFTER ALL OF THAT CRITICISM, UNITED’S C.E.O. RELEASED ANOTHER STATEMENT AND THIS TIME HE CALLED WHAT HAPPENED “HORRIFIC” AND SAYS THAT THE COMPANY TAKES FULL RESPONSIBILITY AND PROMISES IT WILL NEVER HAPPEN AGAIN. JACQUELINE HANSEN, CBC NEWS, TORONTO.>>Peter: CANADA’S TRANSPORTATION MINISTER SAYS HE’S IMPOSED NEW RULES ON SOME FLIGHTS TO CANADA, NOT ABOUT BUMPING PASSENGERS, BUT IT’S ABOUT SECURITY BUT THAT’S ALL HE WOULD SAY.>>Interview: THOSE MEASURES ARE NOW IN PLACE AND THEY ARE FROM DIFFERENT AIRPORTS WHERE THERE ARE FLIGHTS COMING TO CANADA AND IT IS BASED ON OUR EVALUATION OF RISK AND FOR OBVIOUS REASONS I CAN’T TELL YOU ON WHICH FLIGHTS AND IN WHICH PLACES AND I WILL NOT TELL YOU THAT INFORMATION BECAUSE IT’S IMPORTANT NOT TO MAKE THAT PUBLIC.>>Peter: GARNEAU SAYS THAT THE GOVERNMENT HAS DONE THINGS LIKE THIS IN THE PAST FOR FLIGHTS COMING FROM ASIA, AFRICA AND SOUTH AMERICA. HE DID SAY THAT THE MEASURES DO NOT INVOLVE ANY NEW RESTRICTIONS ON ELECTRONICS IN AIRPLANE CABINS.>>>AMERICA’S RESPONSE TO THE RECENT SYRIAN GAS ATTACK WAS A DOMINANT TOPIC IN WASHINGTON AGAIN TODAY ALTHOUGH IT WAS PRESS SECRETARY SEAN SPICER HIMSELF WHO ENDED UP GENERATING HEADLINES, ALL OVER THIS CLUMSY CONDEMNATION OF THE ASSAD REGIME…>>Interview: SOMEONE AS DESPICABLE AS HITLER WHO DIDN’T EVEN SINK TO USING CHEMICAL WEAPONS.>>Peter: EXCEPT, OF COURSE, THAT HITLER DID. JOURNALISTS QUICKLY GAVE SPICER THE OPPORTUNITY TO CLARIFY HIS COMMENTS.>>Question: QUOTE, HIT HER DIDN’T EVEN SINK TO THE LEVEL OF USING CHEMICAL WEAPONS WHAT DID YOU MEAN BY THAT?>>Interview: THANK YOU, I APPRECIATE THAT. THERE WAS NOT — IT BROUGHT HIM INTO — TO THE HELLO CAST CENTRE AND I UNDERSTAND THAT BUT I’M SAYING IN A WAY THAT ASSAD USED THEM AND HE WENT INTO TOWNS AND DROPPED THEM INTO THE MIDDLE OF TOWNS AND SO THE USE OF IT, AND I APPRECIATE THE CLARIFICATION AND THAT WAS NOT THE INTENT.>>Peter: SPICER LATER APOLOGIZED AND ISSUED A FORMAL STATEMENT OF CLARIFICATION AND IN IT HE SAID HE WAS NOT TRYING TO LESSEN THE HORRORS OF THE HOLOCAUST AND HE WAS REFERRING TO SYRIA’S PRACTISE OF DROPPING CHEMICAL WEAPONS ON CITIES DURING AIRSTRIKES.>>>SYRIA ALSO MONOPOLIZED TALKS IN ITALY. SUPPORT FOR THE MILITARY STRIKE IS STRONG, DESPITE A CONSENSUS ON WHERE WE GO FROM HERE. TONIGHT U.S. SECRETARY OF STATE REX TILLERSON HAS ALREADY GONE TO HIS NEXT BIG MEETING IN RUSSIA AND AS SUSAN ORMISTON REPORTS, HE WON’T LIKELY GET THE WARM WELCOME THAT HE ONCE DID.>>Reporter: REX TILLERSON JUST A FEW YEARS AGO A FRIEND OF RUSSIA HAS ARRIVED IN MOSCOW WITH A PATENTLY UNFRIENDLY MESSAGE. TILLERSON SAID THAT RUSSIA FAILED TO ENSURE AS IT PROMISED THAT SYRIA WOULD STOP USING CHEMICAL WEAPONS.>>Interview: IT IS UNCLEAR WHETHER RUSSIA FAILED TO TAKE THIS OBLIGATION SERIOUSLY, OR RUSSIA HAS BEEN INCOMPETENT, BUT THIS DISTINCTION DOESN’T MUCH MATTER TO THE DEAD.>>Reporter: THE WHITE HOUSE IS NOW BLAMING RUSSIA FOR COVERING UP THE CHEMICAL ATTACK. FOR USING, QUOTE, FALSE NARRATIVES TO CONFUSE THE WORLD. BUT THE U.S. DEFENCE SECRETARY WOULDN’T SAY IF RUSSIA WAS COMPLICIT.>>Interview: IT WAS VERY CLEAR THAT THE ASSAD REGIME PLANNED IT, ORCHESTRATED IT, AND EXECUTED IT, AND BEYOND THAT WE CAN’T SAY RIGHT NOW.>>Reporter: THE SYRIAN BASE HIT BY THOSE U.S. MISSILES A WEEK AGO IS AGAIN OPERATIONAL AND RUSSIA STILL WON’T ACCEPT THAT SYRIA ORDERED THE GAS ATTACK. TODAY PRESIDENT PUTIN ADDED A STUNNING CLAIM –>>[speaking foreign LANGUAGE].>>Reporter: THAT ANOTHER CHEMICAL ATTACK IS PLANNED BY SYRIA’S ENEMIES, TARGETING DAMASCUS, WHICH WILL THEN BE USED TO FRAME ASSAD. NOT A PROMISING START. WHILE THE RHETORIC RISES IN AMERICA.>>Interview: QUIT HAVING YOUR HEAD IN THE SAND. PUTIN IS A WAR CRIMINAL. ASSAD IS A WAR CRIMINAL. THEY’RE BIRDS OF A FEATHER.>>Reporter: THE TRUMP ADMINISTRATION WITH SECRETARY TILLERSON IS TRYING TO SHAME RUSSIA, SAYING THEY’RE LINING UP WITH THE WRONG SIDE — SYRIA, IRAN AND NORTH KOREA — BUT THE OBAMA TEAM TRIED THE SAME THING AND THE SECRETARY USED THE SAME WORDS TWO YEARS AGO WITH NO SUCCESS. IT DIDN’T MOVE MOSCOW. RUSSIA’S ALLEGIANCE TO SYRIA, FOR ITS OWN PURPOSES, IS LONG AND DEEP AND IT WON’T BE BUDGED JUST BECAUSE THE U.S. SAYS IT’S HANGING WITH THE WRONG CROWD. THIS RUSSIA WATCHER SEES ONLY A SLIVER OF HOPE FOR ANYTHING POSITIVE.>>Interview: RUSSIA WILL NOT TAKE ANY ULTIMATUMS AND WE WILL BE REALLY ON THE EDGE OF A MAJOR DISASTER IF TILLERSON INSISTS FOR RUSSIA TO GIVE UP ON ASSAD.>>Reporter: TILLERSON’S PERSONAL HISTORY AS AN OIL EXECUTIVE DEALING IN RUSSIA AND GETTING THAT BADGE OF FRIENDSHIP COULD HELP WHEN HE MEETS TOMORROW WITH THE FOREIGN MINISTER LAVROV, BUT NOTABLY THE MAN WHO SMILED AT HIM BACK THEN HAS NOT AGREED TO MEET WITH TILLERSON YET. SUSAN ORMISTON CBC NEWS, TORONTO.>>Peter: CANADA’S FOREIGN MINISTER IS ALSO ATTENDING THE G7 MEETING IN ITALY AND TODAY CHRYSTIA FREELAND ECHOED THE PRIME MINISTER’S STATEMENTS ON REGIME CHANGE IN SYRIA AND TOOK A SHOT AT MOSCOW’S FOREIGN POLICY. IN AN INTERVIEW WITH THE BBC, FREELAND SAID THAT “A FINAL PEACEFUL OUTCOME FOR SYRIA CAN’T INCLUDE ASSAD REMAINING IN POWER” AND AS FOR THE RUSSIANS AND THEIR SUPPORT OF BASHAR al-ASSAD, FREE LAND SAID, “CANADA IS LOOKING VERY CAREFULLY AT ADDITIONAL SANCTIONS.” AS IF THE SYRIAN PROBLEM WASN’T PRESSING ENOUGH, NORTH KOREA IS THREATENING THE U.S. WITH A NUCLEAR ATTACK. PAUL HUNTER HAS MORE ON THE ESCALATING TENSION IN THAT PART OF THE WORLD.>>Reporter: AS THE U.S. NAVY HEADS TOWARDS THE KOREAN PENINSULA AND AS THE U.S. AND SOUTH KOREA TAKE PART IN THEIR BIGGEST EVER MILITARY EXERCISES, NORTH KOREA IS FIRING BACK. ANY SIGN OF U.S. AGGRESSION, IT SAID VIA STATE MEDIA, MAY BRING A NUCLEAR ATTACK ON AMERICA.>>[speaking foreign LANGUAGE].>>Reporter: WE WILL TAKE THE TOUGHEST COUNTER ACTION AGAINST THE PROVOCATEURS, SAID THIS STATE NEWS READER. AND THOUGH THE WHITE HOUSE UNDERLINES NORTH KOREA IS NOT YET CAPABLE OF A NUCLEAR ATTACK, IT’S A CLEAR RATCHETING OF TENSIONS AND COMING IN THE DAYS AFTER THAT U.S. STRIKE ON SYRIA WHICH CAUGHT THE WORLD BY SURPRISE. THIS CAUTION TODAY FROM A REPUBLICAN SENATOR…>>Interview: I THINK THAT THIS STRIKE WAS A GAME-CHANGER AND THERE’S A NEW SHERIFF IN TOWN. I HOPE THAT NORTH KOREA IS WATCHING. LET ME TELL YOU THIS, IF I WERE YOU I’D BE REAL RELUCTANT TO TAKE TRUMP ON IF I WERE AN ADVERSARY OF THE UNITED STATES.>>Reporter: AND DONALD TRUMP WEIGHED IN HIMSELF TODAY ON TWITTER “NORTH KOREA IS LOOKING FOR TROUBLE, HE WROTE. ADDING, IF CHINA DOESN’T HELP TO RESOLVE IT, THE U.S. WILL SOLVE THE PROBLEM WITHOUT THEM.>>Interview: THE LAST THING THAT WE WANT TO SEE IS A NUCLEAR NORTH KOREA THAT THREATENS THE COAST OF THE UNITED STATES OR FOR THAT MATTER, YOU KNOW, ANY OTHER COUNTRY AND ANY OTHER SET OF HUMAN BEINGS SO WE NEED STABILITY IN THAT REGION AND I THINK THAT HE’S PUT THEM CLEARLY ON NOTICE.>>Reporter: THE WHITE HOUSE SAYS THAT TRUMP IS KEEPING ALL OPTIONS OPEN ON NORTH KOREA, UNDERLINING THAT AS WITH SYRIA IF HE ACTS IT WILL BE AS THE WHITE HOUSE PUT IT DECISIVE AND PROPORTIONAL. PAUL HUNTER, CBC NEWS, WASHINGTON. (♪♪♪)>>Peter: COMING UP… DUNCAN McCUE LOOKS AT RETIREMENT IN CANADA 21st CENTURY STYLE.>>>PLUS… WE TAKE YOU INSIDE A MOST EXCLUSIVE SCHOOL.>>Interview: IT DIDN’T MATTER THAT SHE DIDN’T PHYSICALLY, STRENUOUSLY RESIST THE SEXUAL ACTIVITY, SHE SAID NO.>>Peter: TEACHING JUDGES THE ABCs OF THE LAW OF CONSENT. (♪♪♪)>>>THE GOVERNMENT HAS INTRODUCED A BILL TO HIKE FEES ON HUNDREDS OF FEDERAL SERVICES. THE NEW SERVICES FEES ACT IS INCLUDED IN ITS OMNIBUS BUDGET BILL. IT WOULD AUTOMATICALLY TRIGGER ANNUAL FEE INCREASES AT THE LEVEL OF INFLATION ON WHAT YOU PAY TO RENEW YOUR PASSPORT, FOR EXAMPLE, OR TO GET A FISHING LICENCE. THE NEW LAW IS SCHEDULED TO COME INTO EFFECT NEXT APRIL 1st.>>>VOTERS IN BRITISH COLUMBIA ALREADY KNEW THEY’D BE GOING TO THE POLLS MAY NINTH BUT TODAY WAS THE FORMAL KICKOFF OF THE PROVINCIAL CAMPAIGN. AND ALREADY THERE ARE ISSUES BUBBLING TO THE SURFACE THAT COULD AFFECT CANADIANS OUTSIDE OF B.C. TOO. CHRIS BROWN EXPLAINS.>>Reporter: AS THE B.C. ELECTION BEGINS, IT’S PROBABLY ADVANTAGE CHRISTY CLARK. SHE’S THE INCUMBENT PREMIER, LEADING A PROVINCE WITH A STRONG ECONOMY AND A PARTY WITH A FOUR ELECTION WINNING STREAK.>>Interview: HAVING A JOB AND GETTING A BETTER JOB, MAKING SURE THAT YOUR KIDS HAVE AN OPPORTUNITY TO GET A GREAT JOB, ALL OF THAT IS HOW YOU LOOK AFTER THE PEOPLE THAT YOU LOVE AND I THINK THAT THAT’S WHAT PEOPLE ARE GOING TO BE MAKING THEIR CHOICE ABOUT.>>Interview: A NEW CANADA FOR THE B.C. LIBERAL PARTY IN THIS RIDING.>>Reporter: BUT A LENGTHY INCUMBENCY CAN CAUSE VOTER FATIGUE AND THERE’S LINGERING SCANDALS TOO, ESPECIALLY OVER FUNDRAISING. SO N.D.P. LEADER JOHN HORGAN SEES AN OPENING TO WIN, SOMETHING THAT NEW DEMOCRATS HAVE ONLY EVER DONE THREE TIMES HERE.>>Interview: THIS IS NOT AS GOOD AS IT GETS. WE CAN DO BETTER THAN THIS AND WE WILL DO BETTER THAN THIS.>>CHRISTY CLARK, SHE’S $300,000 RICHER THANKS TO HER WEALTHY DONORS…>>Reporter: THE N.D.P. HAS HAMMERED THE INTEGRITY THEME. BUT HAS APPEARED UNCERTAIN ON SOME OF THE KEY ISSUES SUCH AS PIPELINES. THE B.C. LIBERALS HAVE ENDORSED OTTAWA’S APPROVAL OF KINDER MORGAN’S OIL PIPELINE FROM ALBERTA AND JOHN HORGAN SAYS HE’LL KILL IT WITHOUT PRECISELY SAYING HOW. SETTING UP A SHOWDOWN WITH HIS N.D.P. COUSINS IN ALBERTA, SAYS THIS ELECTION WATCHER.>>Interview: IF THEY DO IT WILL SET UP QUITE A SHOWDOWN BETWEEN THE B.C. GOVERNMENT AND THE ALBERTA GOVERNMENT AND THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. IT COULD EVEN AFFECT HOW WE DO FEDERALISM IN CANADA BECAUSE IT WOULD BE A NASTY CHALLENGE. [Applause]>>Reporter: NOT TO BE OVERLOOKED ARE B.C.’S GREENS.>>Interview: I’M REALLY EXCITED…>>Reporter: AND THE LEADER AND CLIMATE SCIENTIST ANDREW WEAVER HOLDS THE PARTY’S ONLY SEAT BUT SURROUNDED BY CANDIDATES, INCLUDING SIX WITH PH.Ds, AND WEAVER SAYS THAT THEY HAVE MOVED BEYOND THE FRINGE.>>Interview: DO PEOPLE FEEL THEY ARE BEING SERVED BY THE SAME TIRED CHOICE BETWEEN THE B.C. LIBERALS AND THE B.C. N.D.P.?>>Reporter: THE N.D.P. FELT IT HAD THE LAST ELECTION IN THE BAG, RAN A SAFE, CAREFUL CAMPAIGN, AND BLEW IT. SO THIS TIME THE PARTY SAYS EXPECT LOTS OF ATTACK ADS AND AN ALL-OUT ASSAULT ON CHRISTY CLARK’S RECORD. CHRIS BROWN, CBC NEWS, VANCOUVER.>>Peter: IT MAY FEEL LIKE A LIFE SAVER WHEN YOU’RE DRIVING DOWN A SLIPPERY, ICY HIGHWAY, BUT ALL OF THAT SALT IS DOING NOTHING GOOD FOR NORTH AMERICA’S LAKES. IN FACT, EVEN THE SMALLEST AMOUNT ON A ROAD NOT EVEN THAT CLOSE TO A FRESHWATER LAKE CAN TURN FRESH WATERS TO BRINE, BUT THERE ARE SOLUTIONS. MARGO McDIARMID EXPLAINS.>>Reporter: IT’S HARD TO SEE A DOWNSIDE TO SPRING MELTING, BUT ALL OF THIS RUNOFF IS MAKING OUR LAKES SICK.>>Interview: ANY ROAD SALT THAT YOU SEE BEING APPLIED IS GOING TO EVENTUALLY END UP IN OUR WATERS.>>Reporter: A NEW STUDY OF MORE THAN 370 LAKES IN EASTERN NORTH AMERICA SHOWS THEY’RE GETTING SALTIER. ONTARIO’S LAKE SIMCOE IS AN EXAMPLE. IT’S NOW FIVE TIMES SALTIER THAN IT WAS 40 YEARS AGO WHICH IS VERY BAD NEWS FOR THE ECOSYSTEM.>>Interview: MOST SPECIES ARE ADAPTED TO EXTREMELY FRESH WATERS AND SO AS YOU ADD SALT IT JUST STRESSES OUT ANYTHING LIVING IN THE WATER.>>Reporter: THIS HUGE PILE IS AN EXAMPLE OF THE PROBLEM. IT’S SNOW THAT WAS REMOVED FROM OTTAWA’S STREETS THIS WINTER. IT CONTAINS SALT AND ALL KINDS OF NASTY STUFF. THE ISSUE IS WHAT TO DO WITH THE WATER THAT MELTS FROM IT.>>Interview: YOU CAN HEAR AND SEE THE WATER COMING IN FROM THE PILE OF SNOW.>>Reporter: MUNICIPALITIES LIKE OTTAWA ARE GRAPPLING WITH THE PROBLEM. IT’S ONE OF THE FEW CANADIAN CITIES WITH SPECIAL FACILITIES TO STORE SNOW. IN THE SPRING THE MELTING WATER IS DIVERTED INTO PONDS.>>Interview: SO WE WANT TO MITIGATE THE IMPACT TO THE ENVIRONMENT FROM A SALT AND SO THE STORM WATER DILUTES SOME OF THAT SALT WATER BEFORE IT CAN ACTUALLY I GUESS SEEP INTO THE ENVIRONMENT.>>Reporter: MOST NORTH AMERICAN CITIES ARE CUTTING BACK ON ROAD SALT. SOME ARE EVEN MIXING IT WITH BEET JUICE OR BRINE LEFT OVER FROM MAKING CHEESE. BUT THAT ONLY GOES SO FAR. HALF OF ALL OF THE SALT THAT’S DRAINING INTO LAKES IS BEING SPREAD BY HOMEOWNERS AND PRIVATE BUSINESSES. A GROUP TRYING TO CHANGE THAT HABIT SAYS THAT A LOT OF PEOPLE ARE UNREALISTIC ABOUT WINTER.>>Interview: THERE’S AN EXPECTATION THAT PEOPLE CAN DRIVE IN THE WINTER WITH A BARE PAVEMENT AND THEY CAN WALK INTO THE STORE AND NOT HAVE TO STEP OVER ANY SNOWBANKS AND THE SIDEWALK WILL BE FREE AND SAFE SO THEY CAN WEAR THEIR SUMMER SHOES IN ORDER TO DO THEIR BUSINESS AND BASICALLY NOT PREPARE FOR THE WINTER.>>Reporter: THE STUDY PREDICTS THAT IF THIS KEEPS UP ABOUT 10,000 LAKES IN EASTERN NORTH AMERICA ARE AT RISK OF GETTING SALTIER AND SICKER. MARGO McDIARMID, CBC NEWS, OTTAWA.>>Peter: THERE ARE CALLS TONIGHT FOR A PROVINCE-WIDE INVESTIGATION INTO THE SEX EDUCATION CURRICULUM IN ALBERTA. AFTER A CONTROVERSIAL VIDEO WAS SHOWN TO HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IN RED DEER.>>Interview: THE PRESENTATION WAS INAPPROPRIATE AND MISLEADING, USING INCORRECT INFORMATION AND, QUITE FRANKLY, FRIGHTENING.>>Peter: THE VIDEO COMPARES ABORTION TO THE KILLINGS AT AUSCHWITZ DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR. A LOCAL ANTI-ABORTION GROUP PLAYED THE VIDEO TO GRADE 10 STUDENTS. THE RED DEER CATHOLIC SCHOOL BOARD HAS APOLOGIZED AND SAYS THAT IT WILL NOW SCREEN PRESENTATIONS BY OUTSIDE GROUPS MORE CAREFULLY.>>>A CBC NEWS INVESTIGATION INTO HOME INSURANCE HAS FOUND THAT SOME VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CAN BE LEFT WITHOUT COVERAGE EVEN AFTER A DEVASTATING FIRE. AS INVESTIGATIVE CORRESPONDENT DIANA SWAIN TELLS US, WHAT THEY’RE ENTITLED TO DEPENDS ON WHERE THEY LIVE.>>Interview: THERE’S DEBLOW DES EVERYWHERE. YEP. THIS IS IT.>>Reporter: THIS IS CAREY LYNNE ROBSON’S BURNT OUT BEDROOM. WHEN SHE ASKED HER HUSBAND FOR A DIVORCE HE SET THEIR HOUSE ON FIRE.>>Interview: AND I WAS ACTUALLY OVER HERE AND I WAS PACKING HIS CLOTHES HERE AND HE LIT THE BED ON FIRE THERE AND IT’S VERY LUCKY THAT I GOT OUT.>>Reporter: THIS BEDROOM THIS HOUSE, A FAR CRY NOW FROM HOW IT LOOKED WHEN SHE LIVED HERE WITH HER HUSBAND, DAUGHTER AND SON. AFTER THE FIRE, THE INSURANCE COMPANY WENT IN TO ASSESS THE DAMAGE AND LEFT THE HOUSE A ROTTING MESS. FOR NEARLY A YEAR IT’S DONE NOTHING, EVEN ROBISON CARRYING A MORTGAGE ON A HOUSE SHE CAN’T LIVE IN.>>Interview: THE INSURANCE JUST TOOK THINGS AND IT MOVED EVERYTHING AROUND AND JUST LEFT, YOU KNOW, THEY WOULDN’T LET ME IN TO CLEAN ANYTHING. AND THAT’S WHAT EVERYTHING LOOKS LIKE NOW.>>Reporter: HER HUSBAND WAS CONVICTED OF ARSON AND LAST MONTH SENTENCED TO JAILTIME. BUT HER INSURANCE COMPANY, ALLSTATE, REFUSED TO PAY OUT. THAT’S BECAUSE SHE LIVES IN ONTARIO. ONE OF THE PROVINCES WHERE A CLAIM CAN BE DENIED IF ONE OF THE PEOPLE NAMED ON THE POLICY INTENTIONALLY SETS THE FIRE. SEVERAL OTHER PROVINCES HAVE PASSED LEGISLATION FORCING INSURANCE COMPANIES TO PAY OUT IN A CASE LIKE THIS. LAWYER SCOTT STANLEY HAS DEALT WITH SIMILAR CASES IN B.C. WHERE THE LAWS HAVE RECENTLY BEEN CHANGED TO GIVE VICTIMS SOME PROTECTION.>>Interview: I MEAN, THESE ARE THE WORST OF THE WORST CASES, AND NOTHING — I MEAN, AFTER YOUR HOME HAS BEEN BURNED DOWN, TRAGICALLY, HOW CAN LIFE GET MUCH WORSE EXCEPT IF YOUR INSURANCE COMPANY DOESN’T HELP YOU OUT AND YOU END UP BEING HOMELESS? SO THE IMPACT WAS PROFOUND.>>Reporter: WE APPROACHED ALLSTATE ABOUT HER STORY AND THE COMPANY SAYS THEY’LL NOW REVIEW THEIR PRACTICES TO ENSURE FAIR APPLICATION OF LAWS ACROSS ALL JURISDICTIONS. IT ALSO SEEMS TO BE WILLING TO TAKE A SECOND LOOK AT ROBISON’S CLAIM WHICH FOR HER COULD FINALLY BE A BIT OF GOOD NEWS.>>Interview: I’M JUST TIRED OF BEING PUNISHED OVER AND OVER AND OVER FOR SOMETHING THAT I JUST DIDN’T DO.>>Reporter: BUT HERE’S SOMETHING TO REMEMBER — EVEN IF ALLSTATE CHANGES ITS RULES IT’S JUST ONE COMPANY, LEAVING MANY OTHERS ABLE TO DENY A CLAIM BASED ON WHERE A PERSON LIVES. DIANA SWAIN, CBC NEWS, TORONTO.>>Peter: A CANADIAN MAN ACCUSED IN THAT HUGE HACK OF YAHOO! EMAILS HAS BEEN DENIED BAIL. KARIM BARATOV WAS ARRESTED AFTER U.S. AUTHORITIES CHARGED HIM FOR HACKING AND ESPIONAGE AND OTHER CRIMES. THEY SAY THAT THE 22-YEAR-OLD POSES A HIGH FLIGHT RISK AND HAS TIES TO RUSSIAN SPIES. HIS EXTRADITION HEARING IS NOT YET SET.>>>AND AN AMERICAN WOMAN PLEADED GUILTY TODAY FOR HELPING TO PLOT AN ATTACK AT A HALIFAX MALL ON VALENTINE’S DAY IN 2015. THEY PLANNED ON USING RIFLES AND GAS BOMBS TO KILL SHOPPERS. HER SENTENCING IS SET FOR OCTOBER.>>>THE CBC ISSUED AN APOLOGY TODAY AFTER JUST THREE EPISODES OF A NEW DOCU-DRAMA CALLED “CANADA: THE STORY OF US.” IT’S AN HISTORICALLY MINI-SERIES TO CELEBRATE THE 150th ANNIVERSARY OF CONFEDERATION BUT IT’S BEING CRITICIZED BY SOME FOR BEING INACCURATE, OFFENSIVE, AND INCOMPLETE. STEPHANIE vanKAMPEN HAS MORE. (♪♪♪)>>Reporter: THE NEW CBC SERIES “CANADA: THE STORY OF US” SET OUT TO EDUCATE. INSTEAD IT OFFENDED SOME CANADIANS, BOTH FOR WHAT IT INCLUDED, THE NEGATIVE PORTRAYAL OF FRENCH-CANADIANS AND NAMING QUÉBEC AS CANADA’S BIRTHPLACE.>>IT IS THE FIRST PERMANENT EUROPEAN SETTLEMENT IN CANADA.>>Reporter: AND WHAT IT LEFT OUT — ANY MENTION OF THE ACADIANS. GROUPS ACROSS THE COUNTRY CALLED FOR AN APOLOGY AND TODAY THEY GOT IT. CBC EXECUTIVES REFUSED AN INTERVIEW AND IN A STATEMENT SAID THAT SOME PEOPLE FELT MISREPRESENTED AND FOR THAT WE APOLOGIZE. OUR INTENTION WAS NEVER TO OFFEND ANYONE OR ANY GROUP NOR TO DIMINISH THE IMPORTANCE OF ANY STORIES THAT WERE NOT INCLUDED. THE PRODUCERS BEHIND THE SERIES SAID THEY REGRETTED OFFENDING ANYONE, BUT IN THIS FORMAT AND IN A TIGHTLY PACKED 10-HOUR TIMEFRAME WE NECESSARILY LEFT OUT HUGE SWATHS OF HISTORY. BUT FOR SOME WITHOUT A PLAN TO ADDRESS THE CONCERNS, THE APOLOGY DOESN’T CUT IT.>>Interview: UNTIL THEY MAKE A GENUINE APOLOGY, I THINK THAT THE CONTROVERSY WILL CONTINUE.>>Reporter: IT ISN’T ENOUGH FOR MARIE-CLAUDE RIDOUX EITHER. SHE CALLS THE SHOW A SLAP IN THE FACE IGNORING THE ACADIAN EXPERIENCE.>>Interview: WE DON’T FEEL THAT IT’S THE RIGHT WAY TO RIGHT A WRONG AND WE FEEL THAT IT’S A MISREPRESENTATION OF — OF THE IMPORTANCE OF ACADIANS AND WE, QUITE FRANKLY, WE STILL FEEL LEFT OUT.>>Reporter: LEFT OUT HERE TOO. AT THE NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE AT PORT-ROYAL IN NOVA SCOTIA, HISTORIANS SAY THAT THIS SETTLEMENT WAS FOUNDED THREE YEARS BEFORE QUÉBEC CITY, AND SHOWS IT AS THE FIRST EUROPEAN SETTLEMENT.>>Interview: THERE’S A STORY TO BE TOLD AND WE NEED THAT STORY TOLD, AND CBC IS NOT GOING TO DO THAT, AND THEN WE’LL HAVE TO FIND SOME OTHER WAY TO DO THAT.>>Reporter: THE MAYOR HAS ALREADY REACHED OUT TO A FILMMAKER TO LOOK AT CREATING THEIR OWN TELEVISION PRODUCTION. AS FOR THE CBC, THE BROADCASTER SAYS THAT IN ADDITION TO AN APOLOGY IT WILL ALSO CREATE A SPACE ONLINE TO FURTHER DISCUSSION AROUND THE SERIES. STEPHANIE vanKAMPEN, CBC NEWS, TORONTO.>>Peter: STRAIGHT AHEAD… WE’LL TAKE YOU INSIDE A SPECIAL SCHOOL WITH A SURPRISING STUDENT BODY. JUDGES ONLY. (♪♪♪)>>Peter: A NUMBER OF RECENT CONTROVERSIAL COURT RULINGS HAVE CAUSED MANY CANADIANS TO QUESTION JUST HOW WELL JUDGES UNDERSTAND THE LAWS ON SEXUAL VIOLENCE. THE IDEA OF MANDATORY EDUCATION HAS BEEN A HOT TOPIC AT A SEMINAR FOR CANADA’S NEWEST FEDERALLY APPOINTED JUDGES. ALISON CRAWFORD GOT RARE ACCESS TO THE MEETING.>>Reporter: THE SIGNS SAY IT ALL… ABOUT WOMEN AND CONSENT WHICH APPEAR TO EXIST. EVEN IN CANADA’S COURTROOMS WHEN JUDGES ARE SUPPOSED TO KNOW THE LAW. IN THE LAST 18 MONTHS CANADIANS HAVE TAKEN TO THE STREETS TO VENT ABOUT WHAT THEY CONSIDER OUTRAGEOUS, OUTDATED, AND OUTRIGHT SEXIST JUDICIAL COMMENTS. WHY COULDN’T YOU JUST KEEP YOUR KNEES TOGETHER? I AM NOT CONVINCED THAT SHE CLEARLY EXPRESSED HER OBJECTIONS. SHE DID NOT SCREAM, SHE DID NOT RUN FOR HELP… AT NO POINT DID SHE EVER MENTION THIS TO A FRIEND. CLEARLY, A DRUNK CAN CONSENT. A POSSIBLE SOLUTION? JUDGE SCHOOL. WHERE CBC WAS GIVEN EXCLUSIVE ACCESS. CANADA’S NEWEST FEDERAL JUDGES ARE LEARNING THE ROPES AND BRUSHING UP ON THE LAW. INCLUDING CANADA’S SEXUAL ASSAULT LAWS.>>Interview: THE CONTINUING LOW REPORTING RATE, THE FACTS THAT VERY FEW CASES GO TO TRIAL.>>Reporter: RETIRED B.C. SUPREME COURT JUSTICE LYNN SMITH ALSO ADDRESSED DISCREDITED RAPE MYTHS. THAT HONOURABLE WOMEN SCREAM AND FIGHT BACK, THEY DON’T FREEZE. THAT VICTIMS IMMEDIATELY TELL POLICE. THAT WOMEN WHO HAVE HAD MORE PARTNERS ARE LESS CREDIBLE.>>Interview: IT DIDN’T MATTER HOW THE GIRL WAS DRESSED, IT DIDN’T MATTER THAT SHE DIDN’T PHYSICALLY, STRENUOUSLY RESIST THE SEXUAL ACTIVITY, SHE SAID NO, SHE SAID STOP, AND SHE NEVER SAID YES OR GO AHEAD.>>HEY, NEIGHBOUR, DON’T DRINK TOO MANY OF THOSE. REMEMBER A DRUNK CAN CONSENT. [laughter]>>BOY YOU PIECE OF –>>Reporter: CANADIANS HAVE SHARED THIS VIDEO MILLIONS OF TIMES. GETTING A KICK OUT OF RIDICULING JUDGES FOR POOR JUDGMENT. CHIEF JUSTICE NEIL WHITMAN SAYS THAT MOST JUDGES STRIVE TO GET IT RIGHT.>>Interview: THERE’S EDUCATION, AND THEN THERE IS AN UNDERSTANDING, IN OTHER WORDS, GETTING IT.>>Reporter: INTERIM CONSERVATIVE LEADER RONA AMBROSE HAS INTRODUCED A BILL THAT WOULD REQUIRE EVERYONE WHO WANTS TO BE A JUDGE TO TAKE IN-DEPTH TRAINING ON SEXUAL ASSAULT.>>The Hon. Rona Ambrose: THE TRAINING EXISTS. I JUST WANT YOU TO TAKE IT. TAKE IT. IT’S THERE FOR YOU.>>Reporter: SOME JUDGES THOUGH FEEL MANDATORY EDUCATION IS A THREAT. AMBROSE HAS NO PATIENCE FOR THE NAYSAYERS.>>The Hon. Rona Ambrose: I SAY THAT’S RUBBISH, IT’S LUDICROUS. BECAUSE THE BILL ITSELF, YOU KNOW, MANDATES LAWYERS WHO WANT TO BE APPOINTED TO BE A JUDGE AND IF YOU’RE A LAWYER AND YOU NEVER WANT TO BE A JUDGE YOU’LL NEVER HAVE TO DEAL WITH THIS.>>Reporter: THIS YEAR’S FEDERAL BUDGET INCLUDES ALMOST $3 MILLION FOR JUDICIAL EDUCATION. JUSTICE KENT HOPES THAT SOME WILL BE INVESTED IN ONLINE EDUCATION.>>Interview: IN THE LAST YEAR IT’S APPARENT THAT IF WE COULD OFFER ELECTRONIC RESOURCES TO JUDGES TO WATCH IN THEIR CHAMBERS IN SEXUAL ASSAULT TRIALS HOW TO MANAGE THEM, RAPE MYTHS AND STEREOTYPES, THE LAW AS YOU HEARD ABOUT THIS MORNING, THAT WOULD BE HELPFUL.>>Reporter: IN A WORKSHOP AFTER OUR CAMERAS CLOSED, A TOO JUDGES WERE ASKED WHAT ADVICE THEY WOULD GIVE TO A CLOSE FEMALE FRIEND OR CO-WORKER WHO HAD BEEN SEXUALLY ASSAULTED AND WANTED TO GO TO POLICE TO PRESS CRIMINAL CHARGES. FOR THE LONGEST TIME NO ONE SAID A WORD AND FINALLY WHEN SOME DID RAISE THEIR HANDS SOME SAID THEY WERE NOT SURE AND SOME SAID THEY’D ONLY FEEL COMFORTABLE TO SEND THAT WOMAN TO SUPPORT SERVICES. ALISON CRAWFORD, CBC NEWS, OTTAWA.>>Peter: JUST AHEAD THIS WEEK’S “VIEWPOINT” TAKES ON HIGH-TECH INCUBATORS. WHEN THE GOVERNMENTS POUR THE MONEY IN, WHOSE INTERESTS ARE SERVED?>>>FIRST, THE NEW FACE OF RETIREMENT.>>Interview: I THINK THAT YOU WORK UNTIL YOU GO.>>Peter: ARE BABY BOOMERS SUCKING THE AIR OUT OF THEIR GRANDKIDS’ JOB MARKET? THAT’S NEXT ON “THE NATIONAL.”>>>FIRST, A LOOK AT THE DAY’S BUSINESS NUMBERS AND THE T.S.X. DROPPED THREE POINTS. NO CHANGE TO THE DOLLAR. IN NEW YORK, THE DOW LOST SIX POINTS. THE PRICE OF OIL WENT UP .32 CENTS A BARREL. ♪ [theme] ♪ let ’em know it’s a fight ♪ ♪ pick it up, it’s alive ♪ Adrienne Arsenault:
Showing off some skin has moved from the TV screens to the streets and now
to the schools. It’s a hot day.
It’s a hot day. Too hot for some
anxious principals. It was causing a distraction,
there’s no question. She sent home this note. Keep the underwear hidden. No exposed boxer shorts, no wayward bra straps. They think that
we’re perverted, like some guy will go… Announcer: From the archives
of CBC News. If a girl should know
how to dress for school, I think it’s up to them, really. Tight sweaters, well they’re
not very good, I don’t think. I’d rather see a girl wearing
blouses and stuff like that. Do you enjoy wearing
mini-skirts? Yes. Well I don’t really prefer
them on girls but all’s I think is just that it it modernizes the way
the girls dress. The skirt rises up when you
sit down so you have to put your books or
something on your knees or something
to hold it down. I just don’t like the idea
of them wearing way up here. It looks, you know,
it looks not right. That was Barbara Amiel getting the long and short
of the mini-skirt story. School’s back all over
the country now. Did today’s back-to-schoolers reject the dictates of the department stores? Here on “What’s New”,
we took a look at how kids actually went
back to school this fall and what we saw were
students like these. You can read a book in jeans,
you can go to school in jeans, you can roll down
a hill in jeans, you can do whatever
you want in jeans. [school bell rings] Reporter:
In the late ’60s, there was pressure on the
schools to relax dress codes. Shorter skirts,
pants for girls, and eventually jeans
were allowed for everybody. The freedom that the children
have known for the past 15 years has been just
a little bit too much. Reporter: The parents
have decided to adopt a
uniform this year. They do seem to be
more serious. And then we work harder
because we look better. Reporter: Teachers don’t
really know whether uniforms make any difference to the
children’s school work, but both teachers and parents hope the uniform
is here to stay. I guess I was brought up
different than most kids. I just don’t believe
in wearing stuff that’s vulgar, as my
mother calls it. A piece of film was
supposed to have been cut to open this year’s
festival of festivals, but the organizers
couldn’t find any so an old fashioned
ribbon was used instead. This evening the gala premiere
belongs to a Canadian film “Ticket to Heaven”. A number of limousines
have pulled up with well dressed people.
Unfortunately, nobody seems to know
who they are. ♪ ♪ Despite the problems, after
the film, it was party time. And there was everything you’d
expect at a showbiz bash. Stars. Booze. Good looking women. Good looking men. People dancing to the music
of Martha and the Muffins. And more booze. It’s Warren Beatty night at
the festival of festivals, where the spotlight
shines on everyone. The ushers at the theatre
had their hands full. It was their job
to make sure the fans and the stars didn’t collide. But when the big black Continental pulled up
to the curb, there was no stopping
the autograph hounds. I’m very proud of myself
from restraining myself from attempting to wrestle
him to the ground because that’s exactly
what I wanted to do. Reporter:
This was opening night. A gala for the North
American premiere of “Joshua Then and Now”. There were klieg lights
and limousines, but there were also some
charming, down home touches. The star, James Woods, arrived
with his proud parents, who came in from Rhode
Island for the event. Arsenault: Now the “oh so cool”
set have decreed “Canada’s little festival
that could” a must. [laughter] [imitating Jean Chrétien] That, of course,
is Robin Williams, Claudia Schiffer. It’s the only film
festival in the world where you see all of
the most important films. You see a whole year
come in advance. Arsenault: As un-Canadian
as it is to gloat, movie critic Roger Ebert
says go right ahead. Yeah, it’s okay, Canada.
It’s okay. It’s a real big,
real good festival. Woo! [applause] ♪ [theme]>>Interview: WE DECIDED WHEN I TURNED 55, INSTEAD OF PACKING IT UP AND SITTING ON THE LAWN CHAIR WE DECIDED THAT WE’D CHANGE.>>Peter: RETIREMENT USED TO BE EASY, AT LEAST THE STORY WE TOLD OURSELVES ABOUT IT WAS. WORK HARD FOR SEVERAL DECADES AND THEN KICK BACK AND ENJOY THE R&R. BUT EVEN IF THAT STORY EVER WAS TRUE, THINGS HAVE CHANGED. WE’RE LIVING LONGER, THE MARKETS WHACKED THE SAVINGS, AND WORK CAN STILL BE SUCH A SATISFYING PART OF LIFE. SO DUNCAN McCUE TOOK A LITTLE TRIP TO ASK, JUST WHAT IS RETIREMENT ANYWAY? (♪♪♪)>>Reporter: GEORGETOWN, PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND. PRIME TOURIST DESTINATION. WELL, MAYBE A BIT SLOW FOR MARCH SINCE A LOT OF THE RESIDENDENTSE SNOWBIRDS GONE SOUTH FOR WINTER, BUT NOT PERRY. HE’S TOO BUSY WORKING, GETTING READY FOR THOSE SUMMER SIGHTSEERS AND HE MAY BE CLOSING IN ON 60 YEARS OLD BUT HE HAS NO PLANS TO SLOW DOWN.>>Interview: AND SOMETIMES WHEN I WALK BY THE MIRROR AT THE END OF THE HALL I DON’T RECOGNIZE THAT PERSON THERE BECAUSE OF THIS TIME THING. MY MIND AND MY BODY DON’T TELL ME THAT I’M 59 YEARS OLD. I STILL HAVE A LONG FUTURE AHEAD AND MOST IS STILL UNDISCOVERED, THAT’S THE EXCITING PART OF IT.>>Reporter: HE IS THE OWNER AND OPERATOR OF A COMPANY THAT SPECIALIZES IN EXPERIMENTIAL TOURISM, THAT GIVES PEOPLE A TASTE OF LIFE ON THE OCEAN. HIS DEEP-SEA FISHING TRIP IS BOOKED UP MONTHS IN ADVANCE, BUT THIS BOAT WASN’T ALWAYS HAULING TOURISTS. FOR MOST OF HIS ADULT LIFE, PERRY WAS A FISHERMAN LIKE HIS FATHER AND GRANDFATHER BEFORE, AND HE LOVED IT.>>Interview: THERE WAS NOT ONE TIME THAT MY FEET HIT THE FLOOR THAT I SAID, DAMN, I’M GOING TO THAT WHARF AND I DON’T WANT TO GO I ALWAYS WANTED TO GO AND I NEVER HAD AN ALARM CLOCK.>>Reporter: BUT AS GOOD AS FISHING WAS FOR HIS MIND, IT WAS HARD ON HIS BODY SO GOTELL AND HIS WIFE DECIDED THAT IT WAS TIME FOR THE NEXT CHAPTER.>>Interview: WE DECIDED WHEN I TURNED 55, INSTEAD OF PACKING IT UP AND SITTING ON THE LAWN CHAIR WE DECIDED THAT WE’D CHANGE AND I STARTED TRANQUILITY COVE ADVENTURES.>>Reporter: NOW IN THE WINTER MONTHS HE’S ADDING SNOWMOBILE GUY TO HIS LIST OF OFFERINGS. CALL HIM AN ENTREPRENEUR OR A MARKETING GENIUS OR CALL HIM A BABY BOOMER IF YOU LIKE, JUST DON’T CALL HIM A SENIOR.>>Interview: IT DOES. WHAT IS THAT THING THAT YOU’RE DOING HERE, YOU’RE WASHED UP HERE AND YOU’RE WATCHING TV AND YOU’RE WITH THE CLICKER. NO, I’M NOT THERE.>>Reporter: SO IS WORKING TIED UP WITH THAT THEN BE? WHEN YOU’RE STILL WORKING AND YOU’RE NOT WASHED UP AND YOU’RE NOT –>>Interview: YEAH, I MIGHT BE BRAINWASHED AND I MIGHT BE SOMEONE WHO IS TOTALLY BRAINWASHED IN THIS AREA BUT I THINK WORK UNTIL YOU GO.>>Reporter: WORK UNTIL YOU DROP. THAT’S MUSIC TO THE EARS OF THE GOVERNMENT OF CANADA. BECAUSE IN JUST A FEW YEARS’ TIME OUR ECONOMIC GROWTH COULD FALL UNDER 2% A YEAR AS MORE BOOMERS RETIRE. IF MORE DON’T KEEP ON WORKING PAST THE AGE OF 65, OUR COUNTRY’S ECONOMY COULD BE IN TROUBLE. FOR THE FIRST TIME IN CANADA’S HISTORY, THERE ARE MORE PEOPLE OVER THE AGE OF 65 THAN UNDER THE AGE OF 15. MORE PEOPLE LEAVING THE WORKFORCE THAN ENTER IT. AND ADD TO THE FACT THAT PEOPLE ARE LIVING LONGER AND YOU CAN SEE WHY ECONOMISTS ARE CHURNING OUT SOME PRETTY GLOOMY FORECAST, BUT NOT HERE IN THE MARITIMES. THIS PART OF CANADA MAY HAVE ONE OF THE OLDEST POPULATIONS IN THE COUNTRY BUT OUT HERE GREY POWER RULES. THE MARITIMES GIVE US A GLIMPSE WHERE CANADA IS QUICKLY HEADING. ALMOST 20% OF THE POPULATION HERE IS OVER THE AGE OF 65. BY 2040, IT WILL BE 30%. THAT’S WHY THE GOVERNMENT OF NOVA SCOTIA BECAME THE FIRST PROVINCE TO CREATE A DEPARTMENT SOLELY DEVOTED TO SENIORS. DEPUTY MINISTER SIMON DETREMEAUNT SAYS IT’S TIME FOR AN ATTITUDE CHANGE ABOUT RETIREMENT.>>Interview: WE’RE GOING LONGER THAN A HUNDRED YEARS AGO AND WE STILL AS A SOCIETY ACT LIKE 65 IS A DAY WHERE YOU TRANSFORM FROM BEING — TO BEING A DIFFERENT PERSON. AND TODAY IN SOCIETY IT SEEMS THAT THERE ARE PEOPLE WHO WANT RETIREMENT TO BE A DAY IN THEIR LIFE AND FOR MANY PEOPLE, IF NOT MOST PEOPLE, THEY WANT RETIREMENT TO BE A PROCESS OF WORKING LESS AND RETIRING MORE.>>Reporter: GERMAN CHANCELLOR BISMARCK IS GENERALLY CREDITED FOR SETTING 65 AS THE OFFICIAL AGE OF RETIREMENT BACK IN THE 1800s. AND THOSE DAYS HARDLY ANYONE LIVED THAT LONG SO IT DIDN’T COST THE GOVERNMENT MUCH.>>VISITING YOURSELF IN THE FUTURE…>>Reporter: A HUNDRED YEARS LATER, THIS SUCCESSFUL AD CAMPAIGN SOLD CANADIANS ON THE DREAM OF RETIRING AT AGE 55. THE PROBLEM IS OUR AVERAGE LIFE SPAN IS NOW ABOUT 82 YEARS AND THAT MAKES FREEDOM 55 AN EXPENSIVE PROPOSITION.>>Interview: WHEN I WAS YOUNGER I ALMOST FELL FOR IT BECAUSE YOU’RE SEEING THAT AND YOU THINK IT’S SO COOL AND 55 YEARS OLD AND YOU’RE STILL YOUNG AND GET OUT AND SEE THE WORLD AND DO STUFF BUT THAT ADVERTISEMENT WAS A CROCK FOR MOST CANADIANS, REALLY IT WAS FOR MOST.>>Reporter: WHY WAS IT A CROCK?>>Interview: BECAUSE MOST PEOPLE DON’T HAVE A PENSION PLAN OR RRSPs TOOK A BAD HIT AND LOST 80% OF THEM OR WHATEVER AND THE COST OF LIVING IS GOING UP SO MUCH THAT IT’S NOT THAT YOU HAVE TO WORK, IT’S IF YOU WANT TO KEEP THE LIFESTYLE THAT YOU HAVE YOU DO.>>Reporter: BUT WORK ISN’T ALWAYS A LIFESTYLE CHOICE. FOR FOLKS LIKE SHEILA HOGUE OF NEW GLASGOW, NOVA SCOTIA, IT’S A NECESSITY. SHE’S 70 YEARS OLD AND A VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR AT THE VICTORIA ORDER OF NURSES. SHE’S WORKED HERE FOR 15 YEARS.>>Interview: WHAT I LIKE ABOUT IT? WHY DON’T YOU ASK ME WHAT I DON’T LIKE ABOUT IT BECAUSE I THERE’S NOTHING ABOUT IT THAT I DON’T LIKE EXCEPT THAT I CAN’T DO MORE. I HEAR SUCH SAD STORIES AND THERE’S SO MANY WOMEN WHO ARE IN MY SITUATION BUT NOT ABLE TO WORK. THIS IS CHARLIE SHORTLY BEFORE HE DIED.>>Reporter: SHEILA’S SITUATION IS PRETTY COMMON. SHE WAS A YOUNG SINGLE MOM WITH THREE KIDS IN TOW WHEN SHE MET THE LOVE OF HER LIFE, CHARLIE HOGUE AND THEY RAISED THREE KIDS TOGETHER AND BOUGHT THE HOUSE SHE STILL LIVES IN.>>Interview: HE MADE THINGS HAPPEN FOR ME LIKE YOU WOULDN’T BELIEVE. IN THE TIME THAT WE WERE TOGETHER I DID MORE WITH HIM THAN I EVER EXPECTED TO DO IN MY LIFE AND, YEAH, HE WAS SUCH A GOOD GUY. GOD, I MISS HIM. I MISS HIM SO.>>Reporter: CHARLIE HAD BIG PLANS FOR THEIR RETIREMENT, BUT THEN HE DIED SUDDENLY, JUST TWO YEARS BEFORE THEY PUT THOSE PLANS IN MOTION. SHEILA NEEDED TO WORK NOT ONLY FOR FULFILLMENT BUT TO KEEP A ROOF OVER HER HEAD.>>Interview: I HAVE NO PLANS FOR RETIREMENT. THAT’S THE TRUTH. I WANT TO STAY IN MY HOME AND I’D LIKE TO DIE IN MY HOME. WE’RE HEADED OUT… THIS IS A CLIENT THAT WE’RE GOING TO SEE.>>Reporter: HER LIFE DIDN’T TURN OUT EXACTLY AS PLANNED BUT DON’T WASTE TIME PITYING SHEILA HOGUE. HER JOB BRINGS HER IN TOUCH WITH SENIORS WHO STRUGGLE TO PAY BILLS.>>Interview: HI, VERA. HOW ARE YA?>>HI.>>Reporter: BEING ABLE TO HELP SENIORS LIKE 91-YEAR-OLD VERA GIVES MEANING TO SHEILA’S LIFE AND MAKES WORK ABOUT MUCH MORE THAN COLLECTING A PAYCHEQUE. STILL, WHEN SHE GETS TOGETHER WITH COUPLES SHE AND CHARLIE ONCE SOCIALIZED WITH IT’S HARD.>>Interview: SOME OF THEM REALLY CLOSE FRIENDS OF OURS AND THEY’RE ALL GOING ON A CRUISE THIS WEEK. MY HEART WAS BREAKING, I TELL YA. YOU KNOW, THEY’RE ALL, OH, WE’RE GOING TO BE DOING THIS AND THIS, OH, YOU SHOULD COME AND YOU SHOULD MAKE PLANS AND YOU SHOULD RETIRE, SHEILA AND YOU SHOULD COME. AND I SAID, COUPLES, AND THEY SAID, YEAH, THAT’S RIGHT. WELL…>>Reporter: SO IS THE COUPLE ASPECT OF IT THAT YOU SAID IS WHAT MAKES IT DIFFICULT FOR YOU TO PARTICIPATE? IS THERE A FINANCIAL ASPECT AS WELL?>>Interview: OH, YEAH, YEAH. WELL, I’D HAVE TO — YOU KNOW, TO LIVE THEIR LIFESTYLE, EVEN AS A SINGLE PERSON, I WOULD HAVE TO GIVE UP MY HOME AND I HAVE NO PENSION. I WORK BECAUSE I FINANCIALLY WANT TO LIVE IN MY HOME AND IN ORDER FOR THAT TO HAPPEN I NEED TO WORK. BOTTOM LINE.>>Reporter: HOW LONG WILL A TRAP LAST?>>Interview: IF YOU PUT IT INSIDE YOU SHOULD GET 10 YEARS OUT OF THEM.>>Reporter: PERRY GOTELL COULD AFFORD TO QUIT BUT HE’S JUST GETTING GOING. AND TODAY HE’S WRANGLED ME INTO DOING HIS WORK FOR HIM.>>Interview: EVERY ONE OF THESE HEADS — SEE THAT HOLE — YOU HAVE TO PUT THE TWINE THROUGH AND COME UP AND PULL.>>Reporter: TOURISTS NOW PAY HIM TO LEARN HOW TO MAKE THEIR OWN LOBSTER TRAPS SO THEY CAN EXPERIENCE THE LIFE HE LEFT BEHIND. BUSINESS IS SO GOOD THAT HE’S TAKEN ON FIVE EMPLOYEES, A COUPLE OF THEM PUSHING 70.>>YOU WILL GET IT.>>Reporter: NO DOUBT MORE SKILLED THAN ME. WHY ISN’T IT A BENEFIT FOR YOU TO HIRE SENIORS AND –>>Interview: THEY NEVER SHOW UP LATE AND THEY DON’T COME IN WITH HANGOVERS. THEY DON’T PHONE IN SICK. THERE’S ALL KINDS OF REASONS WHY THEY’RE AMAZING WORKERS.>>Reporter: THAT MAY BE, BUT MANY OLDER WORKERS CAN FEEL GUILTY ABOUT HANGING ON TO JOBS THAT COULD GO TO YOUNGER WORKERS AND THAT’S A FALLACY SAYS DON…>>Interview: THIS THEORY SO WIDELY BELIEVED THAT THE ECONOMISTS HAVE GIVEN IT A NAME AND IT’S CALLED A LUMP OF LABOUR FALLACY WHICH IMPLIES THAT THERE’S A FIXED NUMBER OF JOBS IN THE ECONOMY AND IF YOU GIVE A JOB TO SOMEONE YOU TAKE IT AWAY FROM SOMEONE ELSE. AT THE MICRO LEVEL IT’S PERHAPS TRUE, BUT AT A MACRO-ECONOMIC LEVEL WE NEED ALL WORKERS AND OLDER WORKERS HAVE A LOT OF CONTRIBUTIONS AND SOMETIMES MORE SPENDING POWER THAN THEIR YOUNGER COUNTERPARTS AND CREATE MORE SPINOFF BENEFITS.>>Reporter: THAT’S WHAT GERMAN CAR MAKER B.M.W. DISCOVERED. THEY DIDN’T WANT TO LOSE THEIR HIGHLY SKILLED WORKFORCE TO RETIREMENT, SO IN 2007 THEY CONDUCTED A PILOT PROJECT. THEY CREATED AN ENTIRE SHIFT OF WORKERS 10 YEARS OLDER THAN AVERAGE TO SEE WHAT THE IMPACT WOULD BE.>>Interview: AND THEY FOUND THAT FOR 20,000 POUNDS OR $20,000 OR $30,000 THEY MADE SMALL ACCOMMODATIONS AND INCREASED THEIR PRODUCTIVITY BY 7%, DISSPELLING THE MYTH THAT OLDER WORKERS ARE LESS PRODUCTIVE.>>Reporter: BABY BOOMERS ARE THE BIGGEST DEMOGRAPHIC WAVE TO EVER HIT OUR COUNTRY. BY SHEER FORCE OF NUMBERS, BOOMERS HAVE CHANGED JUST ABOUT EVERY INSTITUTION THEY’VE ENCOUNTERED. NOW IT SEEMS TO CHANGE IDEAS ABOUT RETIREMENT, LIKE PERRY GOTELL AND HE JUST WON’T STOP.>>Interview: I WILL GO UNTIL I DROP. I LOVE THE CHALLENGE AND I LIKE MEETING PEOPLE AND I LIKE THE MONEY NO DOUBT.>>Reporter: FORGET FREEDOM 55. CANADA AGES AND FAST, MAYBE FORGET RETIREMENT ALL TOGETHER. DUNCAN McCUE, CBC NEWS, GEORGETOWN, P.E.I.>>Peter: WELL, A COUPLE USEFUL TIPS THERE.>>>WHEN WE COME BACK ANOTHER ASSUMPTION ABOUT JOB CREATION COMES UNDER FIRE. TECHNOLOGY FUTURISTS JESSE ♪ [theme] ♪ [indistinct singing] Reporter: In Toronto today, nearly a thousand
women gathered. Women from kitchens, offices, factories and schools. We know very well that we are at the bottom of the
economic and the political pile. But not for long. [applause] Reporter: International Women’s
Day commemorates an angry rebellion by women sweatshop
workers in New York who walked off the job to indecent wages and
working conditions. Today the women’s
goals and demands are just as pointed. There’s no excuse in the world
for us being, earning 60 per cent of what men earn.
That’s an intolerable situation. ♪ as we go marching, marching ♪ ♪ in the beauty of the day ♪ Is it frustrating to you that a
lot of people are simply not aware that today is
International Women’s Day? A lot of women are not aware? Well sometimes it is frustrating
but on the other hand the celebrations have been
growing from year to year. To have five or six
thousand people out in the street in Toronto is
quite a feat, let me tell you. Reporter: For participants,
the demonstration is a declaration
of hope and belief that a different kind
of society is possible. They’re here because
they don’t accept that women are naturally inferior,
passive and submissive. They don’t believe women
are born to be dependent. They don’t think women
are emotionally unstable, unable to make
their own decisions. ♪ [singing in French] Reporter: 20 years ago, graduates grappled
with the idea of careers. These young women assume
they’ll have careers, and more. I want to try
and have it all. I’d like to have an education
and a job that I’m happy with. I’m not as radical.
We’re more equalists. Reporter: Like many
young women today, these students say
they’re not feminists. On this International
Women’s Day, which celebrates the efforts of
women to build a better world, they believe that world
is here already. ♪ and all that I’ve got ♪ ♪ is the workin’ girl blues ♪ ♪ ooh ♪ [cheers] Reporter: Pop superstar Alanis
Morissette’s homecoming is a big deal, if not
a bit overwhelming for the city
that knew her when. ♪ never too young,
never too old ♪ You can forgive the good people
of Ottawa for not seeing it. They remember Morissette
as a teenage dance queen with big hair and frosted
lipstick who sang at the mall. ♪ never too old ♪ Today, at her first
press conference since she unveiled her new
look, sound, and record “Jagged Little Pill”,
Morissette was asked to explain what happened
to the dance queen. The biggest changes that I went
through personally were between the ages of 16 and 21
and I think it’s inevitable, it’s going to come out
in your music. ♪ and every time
you speak her name ♪ Reporter: Despite some
people’s confusion at her radical
musical makeover, Ottawa’s Mayor proclaimed today
Alanis Morissette Day and handed over
the Key to the City. [applause] This just represents that
the city that I grew up in, that I went through
so many things in is is something that I don’t want
to put in my past, really. I just want to make peace
with where I came from and you know, I’m apprehensive
to accept an Alanis Morissette Day. I’ll take
an Alanis Morissette moment. Reporter: She says
her musical priorities and motives have
completely changed. Over the last four years,
just learned how how to write
for my own reasons and write for myself
and as I said, it’s it’s pretty ironic that the
moment I started doing that was the moment that most
people related to it. [no audio] (♪♪♪) (♪♪♪)>>MY NAME IS JESSE HIRSCH AND I’M A TECHNOLOGY FUTURIST, WRITER AND RESEARCHER. AND I WANT TO TALK TO YOU ABOUT WHAT CURRENTLY HAPPENS WHEN GOVERNMENTS POUR MONEY INTO SUPPORTING START-UPS. DISRUPTION IS A WORLD THAT YOU HEAR A LOT IN THE TECH SECTOR AND IT DRIVES COMPANIES THAT SEEK TO TRANSFORM INDUSTRIES AS FACEBOOK AND UBER AND AIRBNB HAVE DONE. IT REQUIRES MONEY, AND THAT’S WHERE INCUBATORS COME FROM. INCUBATORS HELP TO CREATE AND GROW A BUSINESS AND THEY OFFER EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES, A PLACE TO WORK AND ACCESS TO POTENTIAL INVESTORS. TENS OF MILLIONS OF PUBLIC DOLLARS FROM ALL LEVELS OF GOVERNMENT ARE BEING SPENT TO SUPPORT THESE INCUBATORS. BUT HOW DO WE KNOW THAT THEY ACTUALLY DELIVER? HOW ARE WE MEASURING THE JOBS THEY’RE CREATING? AND WHO’S GOING TO REAP THE BENEFIT OF ALL OF THAT PUBLIC INVESTMENT? IN TORONTO ALONE THERE’S NOW OVER 60 DIFFERENT INCUBATORS, BRITISH COLUMBIA HAS ABOUT 20, MONTREAL HAS OVER 15. THE HOPE IS THAT THIS WILL LEAD TO THE RISE OF THE NEXT NORTEL OR BLACKBERRY, THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT EVEN USES THE PHRASE HIGH GROWTH BUSINESSES WHEN DESCRIBING THEIR DESIRED OUTCOME. BUT THIS IS NOT THE REALITY OF WHAT HAPPENS TO START-UPS IN CANADA. FOR MOST OF THESE COMPANIES, ESPECIALLY FOR THE ENTREPRENEURS WHO DRIVE THEM, THE MAIN METRIC OF SUCCESS IS THE EXIT. THAT EXIT IS THE MOMENT THAT A COMPANY SELLS, LIKE WHEN SNAPCHAT BOUGHT THE TORONTO-BASED COMPANY THAT MADE EMOJIS FOR OVER $100 MILLION. IT’S WHEN THE FOUNDERS AND THE EARLY INVESTORS ARE ABLE TO LEAVE THE COMPANY AND GET A RETURN ON THEIR INVESTMENT BUT HOW DOES THIS HELP THE TAXPAYERS WHO PUT UP ALL OF THAT INCUBATOR MONEY? WHAT ABOUT THE BROADER CANADIAN ECONOMY? MOST OF THESE EXITS MEAN THAT THE IDEAS, INNOVATION AND JOBS DON’T STAY IN THE PLACES THAT INCUBATE THEM AND EVEN IF SOME OF THESE JOBS STAY, THE OWNERSHIP OF THESE COMPANIES MEAN THAT THE WEALTH DOES NOT. BECAUSE THOSE EXITS BENEFIT U.S. TECH GIANTS LIKE GOOGLE, FACEBOOK AND SNAP AND MICROSOFT. RIGHT NOW CANADA’S INCUBATOR MODEL IS SERVING THE INTERESTS OF MAJOR AMERICAN TECH COMPANIES. IT UNDERMINES CANADIAN SOVEREIGNTY BECAUSE THE PROFITS IN INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY GENERATED BY THESE FIRMS GOES SOUTH. BUT IT DOESN’T HAVE TO BE THIS WAY. RATHER THAN HELP A FEW PEOPLE GET VERY RICH, INCUBATORS COULD BE USED TO HELP TO CREATE SMALL AND MEDIUM-SIZED BUSINESSES. THEY CAN DO THIS VIA THE SELECTION PROCESS, CHOOSING WHO GETS ACCESS TO THESE INCUBATORS AND HOW ENTREPRENEURS ARE GUIDED AND NURTURED. WHILE THESE START-UPS MAY NOT BE DESTINED FOR PURCHASE BY A TECH GIANT THEY’LL STILL BE ABLE TO BE ACTIVE AND PROFITABLE PARTICIPANTS IN THE CANADIAN ECONOMY. IT’S TIME TO STOP INCUBATING DREAMS OF A BILLION DOLLAR EXIT AND START REWARDING START-UPS THAT WANT TO STAY. FOR “THE NATIONAL” I’M JESSE ♪ [“The National” theme] This afternoon in
St. John’s, Newfoundland a young man named Terry Fox
started running. Reporter: Many people have run
or walked across Canada, but Fox hopes to be
the first to do it with an artificial leg. I got a lot of positive attitude
and I think I can do it. Knowlton Nash: He calls his
running style “The Fox Trot”. After 25 days in Newfoundland,
Terry had raised $25,000. ♪ ♪ ♪ run, Terry, run ♪ ♪ leave your troubles
far past behind you ♪ Reporter: That song
was commissioned by the Cancer Society, which had its own doubts
when he started off. Now as he pounds
out the kilometres, the money pours in.
Most of it in cash. He’s got all the
guts in the world. And I wish him all the
luck in the world, too. I hope he makes it. What do you think
of Terry Fox? I think he’s great. He’ll make it.
He’ll make it. Reporter: The run to City Hall
down University Avenue took Terry by
hundreds of people. It was an emotional
moment for many of them. I knew I could
make 20 miles when people are out
there like that. It was incredible today. Reporter: We’ve seen
him surrounded by crowds of supporters, but the crowds go home.
Terry keeps running. I’m stubborn and competitive. And I really enjoy life.
I enjoy challenges. I don’t like people
feeling sorry for me. I don’t like pity. And I wanted to show these
other people what I could do. ♪ ♪ Announcer: The National
with Knowlton Nash. Good evening. A story
of incredible courage came to an end today. Yesterday I was running and I had noticed
a little bit of hardness in breathing. I decided I had to
go see the doctor. And it was discovered then that the cancer had spread. Now I’ve got cancer
in my lungs, and uh… Nash: From one end of the
country to the other, there has been a spontaneous outpouring of support
for Terry Fox and cancer research. ♪ ♪ Rarely, if ever,
have so many people been so deeply moved
by one individual. If it comes to a
point where I’m told I’m going to
die of cancer, I haven’t got a chance,
I’ve got to be able to face
that, and… Good evening. Terry Fox died this morning in
a British Columbia hospital, one month before
his 23rd birthday. He was very brave boy,
I must say. I feel very sad about it. Don’t cry, love. It’s alright.
Don’t cry, sweetie. It’s alright. I think he touched the hearts
of a lot of Canadians and they all really
look up to him. More than our sympathy. We would like you to express as
well our profound gratitude for the gift which Terry
gave to all of us. The gift of his own boundless
courage and hope. Mansbridge: Canadians
everywhere walked and jogged and ran to raise money for
the fight against cancer. ♪ ♪ [horn blares] Announcer: He accomplished
more in a few short months than most of us can
hope for in a lifetime. ♪ [“The National” theme] [no audio] (♪♪♪) (♪♪♪)>>Peter: THE WIFE OF MICHAEL BUBLE SAYS THAT THEIR YOUNG SON IS NOW WELL FOLLOWING CANCER TREATMENT. 3-YEAR-OLD NOAH BUBLE WAS DIAGNOSED WITH CANCER LAST FALL AND PROMPTING HIS DAD TOW WITHDRAWAL FROM ALL APPEARANCES, INCLUDING THE JUNO AWARDS EARLIER THIS MONTH. IN HER NATIVE ARGENTINA, SHE SAID THAT NOAH’S RECOVERY IS STILL A LONG PROCESS AND THAT CHECK-UPS CONTINUE BUT THE FAMILY IS VERY HAPPY AND LOOKING FORWARD TO THE FUTURE.>>>BEFORE WE GO TONIGHT HERE’S A PEEK AT A FEATURE STORY THAT ADRIENNE ARSENAULT WAS WORKING ON FOR TOMORROW NIGHT.>>WHAT ABOUT THIS COP CAR RIGHT HERE…>>Reporter: THIS IS THE PHILIPPINES AND OPERATION DOUBLE BARREL RELOADED. A WAR ON DRUGS AS UGLY AS IT SOUNDS.>>WHAT’S GOING ON, ADRIENNE?>>Reporter: NOW THEY’RE TAKING A BODY TO THE FUNERAL PARLOUR AND THE FAMILY IS GOING TO FOLLOW. ALL OF THE SILENCE OF THE NIGHT GONE. HIS NAME WAS R.J. AND HE WAS 16. THE TRUTH TELLERS OF THE PHILIPPINES TOMORROW ON “THE NATIONAL.”>>Peter: THAT’S “THE NATIONAL” THIS TUESDAY NIGHT. FOR NEWS AT ANY HOUR YOU CAN ALWAYS GO TO OUR WEBSITE cbcnews.ca. I’M PETER MANSBRIDGE. THANKS FOR WATCHING. (♪♪♪)

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