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KISSING, TOUCHING AND SEXUALIZED LANGUAGE WHEN HE HIRED THEM AT THE PRESTIGIOUS TORONTO THEATRE COMPANY WHICH HE RAN UNTIL TODAY >> GIVE ME A HAND >> I WANT NOTHING TO DO WITH THIS >> SPECIAL STATUS, RIGHT? >> Adrienne: HE ROSE TO NATIONAL FAME IN THE ’90s AS A STAR OF THE CBC DRAMA “STREET LEGAL.” HE IS ONE OF THE EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS OF THE CBC COMEDY SERIES KIM’S CONVENIENCE >> TO THE CURRENT RUMOURS SINGING THE PHRASES >> Adrienne: HIS BIGGEST ACHIEVEMENT IS THE THEATRE COMPANY HE LED THE CREATION 20 YEARS AGO AND BUILT IT INTO A POWERHOUSE WITH A MANDATE TO EXPLORE THE CLASSICS AND TRAIN YOUNG ACTORS SOULPEPPER IS NAMED IN THE LAWSUITS FOR ALLEGEDLY FAILING TO PROVIDE A WORKPLACE FREE OF HARASSMENT >> Interview: WE WERE REHEARSING A SCENE WHERE THE CHARACTERS ARE SITTING DOWN STAGE TOGETHER, SO HE JUST STARTED RUBBING UNDERNEATH MY THIGH >> Adrienne: NONE OF THE ALLEGATIONS HAS BEEN PROVEN IN COURT TODAY, SOULPEPPER ANNOUNCED IT ASKED SCHULTZ TO STEP AWAY FROM ALL DUTIES WHILE THE COMPANY INVESTIGATES AND HE LATER DID SO STEPPING AWAY SCHULTZ’S WIFE, LESLIE LESTER, THE COMPANY’S EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR >>> THIS EVENING, ALBERT SCHULTZ RELEASED A STATEMENT ACKNOWLEDGING THE LAWSUITS HE SAID IN PART THESE CLAIMS MAKE SERIOUS ALLEGATIONS AGAINST ME WHICH I DO NOT TAKE LIGHTLY OVER THE COMING TIME PERIOD, I INTEND TO VEHEMENTLY DEFEND MYSELF >>> THE NATIONAL AND THE FIFTH ESTATE HAVE BEEN INVESTIGATING THE STORY FOR MONTHS TONIGHT, IOANNA ROUMELIOTIS THERE ARE EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEWS WITH TWO PLAINTIFFS THE SPECIAL REPORT AHEAD FIRST, WE WANT TO BRING YOU UP TO SPEED ON OTHER NEWS TONIGHT >> Ian: ADRIENNE, A DECISION BY TWO MY PROFILE OWNERS OF A TIM HORTONS FRANCHISE IN COLBERT, ONTARIO SPARKED A FURIOUS ONLINE BACKLASH TODAY ALL APPARENTLY CONNECTED TO THE PROVINCE’S MINIMUM WAGE HIKE TO $14 AN HOUR RON JOYCE JUNIOR AND JERI LYNN HORTON-JOYCE, THE SON AND DAUGHTER OF THE MEN WHO BUILT THE CHAIN SAID THEY WILL NOT RECEIVE PAID BREAKS AND WILL SEE CUTS TO THE BENEFITS THE DETAILS ARE IN A LETTER OBTAINED BY CBC NEWS THEY SAID THE CHANGES ARE DIRECTLY TIED TO THE MINIMUM WAGE INCREASE BREAKS WILL NO LONGER BE PAID AND THAT MEANS THAT 8 HOUR SHIFT WILL BE 7.5 HOURS OF PAY THE WORKERS WILL PAY BETWEEN 50 AND 75% OF THE COST OF THEIR BENEFITS >>> NON-UNION EMPLOYEES IN ONTARIO ARE COVERED BY THE EMPLOYMENT STANDARD ACT EMPLOYERS DON’T HAVE TO PAY FOR MEAL BREAKS IN A STATEMENT, TIM HORTONS SAID ALMOST ALL OF OUR RESTAURANTS IN CANADA ARE INDEPENDENTLY OWNED AND OPERATED BY SMALL BUSINESS OWNERS WHO ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR HANDLING ALL EMPLOYMENT MATTERS INCLUDING ALL POLICIES FOR BENEFITS AND WAGES FOR THEIR RESTAURANTS THE OWNERS OF THE LOCATION SUGGESTED THE CHANGES MAY BE TEMPORARY THE CHANGES TO MINIMUM WAGE HAS OTHER BUSINESS OWNERS TALKING AS WELL THE OWNERS OF THE COLBERT LOCATION SUGGESTED THE CHANGES MAY BE TEMPORARY LET’S LOOK AT WHAT SOME OF THE OTHER OWNERS ARE SAYING THEY SAID THAT IT IS ABOUT THE MATH AN EXTRA 2.40 AN HOUR, MEANS IN BOOSTING THE MINIMUM WAGE TO 14 BUCKS, $5,000 A YEAR EXTRA FOR BEFORE TAXES FOR ONTARIO NEEDIEST WORKERS THE MONEY HAS TO COME FROM SOMEWHERE AS WE LEARNED, BOSSES SAY IT IS A BLOW TO THEIR BOTTOM LINE >> Reporter: FINISHING ITEMS IN THIS CHERRY PIE, IT IS READY FOR THE OVEN THE EMPLOYEES AT THE BAKERY MAKE DOZENS OF DESSERTS EACH DAY NO MATTER HOW MANY LINE-UPS FOR

A TASTE, THE OWNER SAID SHE FACES SOME TOUGH DECISIONS >> Interview: OBVIOUSLY EVERYBODY HAS TO GET AN INCREASE IN THE WAGES I CALCULATED $50,000 A YEAR FOR THE FIRST YEAR IN — OFF THE BOTTOM LINE >> Reporter: AROUND THE CORNER, THIS BUTCHER SHOP HAS CUT EMPLOYEE HOURS IN FACT, MORE THAN HALF OF SMALL BUSINESS OWNERS SURVEYED BY THE CANADIAN INDEPENDENT BUSINESS SAID THEY RAISED PRICES IN ANTICIPATION OF THE TWO STEP WAGE INCREASE $14 NOW, AND UP TO 15 BY NEXT YEAR >> THE PREMIER WYNNE IS DOING THIS IN 15 MONTHS SO THE ISSUE IS THE SPEED, AND THE MAGNITUDE IT IS LIKE A TSUNAMI FOR SMALL BUSINESSES IN ONTARIO >> THERE IS A LOT OF DIRE PREDICTIONS ABOUT THE SKY WILL FALL IT WILL BE CATASTROPHIC WE ARE ON DAY THREE THE SKY IS UP RIGHT >> Reporter: HE SAID PAYING PEOPLE $14 AN HOUR WILL PUT THEM ABOVE THE POVERTY LINE >> WHEN YOU PUT YOUR LABOUR OUT THERE AND WORK, YOU SHOULD EARN A DECENT WAGE AND BE ABLE TO SUPPORT YOUR FAMILY, YOUR CHILDREN, PUT FOOD ON THEIR PLATE AND PAY YOUR RENT >> Reporter: THAT HELPED MOTIVATE IVAN TO MARKUP MENU ITEMS >> Interview: SOME OF THE LOWER PAID EMPLOYEES WERE COMING AND ASKING FOR ADVANCES ON THEIR CHEQUE FOR THINGS LIKE PAYING RENT GROCERIES, WHATEVER ELSE IT WAS HEARTBREAKING TO SEE THAT, THAT I AS AN OWNER WAS LIVING RELATIVELY COMFORTABLY, BUT MY STAFF WERE NOT THIS INCREASE WILL HELP A LOT >> Reporter: THAT IS THE THINKING HE HOPES OTHER EMPLOYERS WILL EMBRACE CBC NEWS, TORONTO >> Ian: HOW DOES ONTARIO’S $14 MINIMUM WAGE STACK UP TO THE REST OF THE COUNTRY? ALBERTA’S RATE IS SLIGHTLY LOWER AT THE MOMENT IT WILL REACH $15 LATER THIS YEAR SASKATCHEWAN, AT THE ON HIS END OF THE SCALE AND NOVA SCOTIA ARE BELOW $11 AN HOUR >>> ON TO A MAJOR DEVELOPMENT IN THE DEATH OF AN INMATE IN NEW BRUNSWICK TWO CORRECTIONS OFFICERS HAVE BEEN CHARGED, EVEN THOUGH THE INITIAL INVESTIGATION BY THE R.C.M.P. FOUND NO EVIDENCE OF WRONGDOING HINES WAS BEATEN AND PEPPER SPRAYED MORE THAN TWO YEARS AGO >> Reporter: IT STARTED WHEN MATTHEW HINES REFUSED TO RETURN TO HIS CELL IN MAY 2015 HE WAS BEATEN AND REPEATEDLY PEPPER SPRAYED HE DIED LESS THAN TWO HOURS LATER NOW, TWO CORRECTIONAL OFFICERS HAVE BEEN CHARGED IN HIS DEATH >> Interview: I THINK THE BIGGEST EMOTION THAT THEY ARE FEELING TODAY >> Reporter: A POSTMORTEM REPORT SHOW HIS DEATH WAS CAUSED BY LACK OF OXYGEN CAUSED BY PEPPER SPRAY THE TWO HAVE BEEN CHARGED WITH MANSLAUGHTER AND CRIMINAL NEGLIGENCE CAUSING DEATH THE NEW BRUNSWICK R.C.M.P ORIGINALLY INVESTIGATED HINES’ DEATH AND CONCLUDED THERE WAS NO FOUL PLAY >> Interview: IN MAY OF 2016, WE RECEIVED MORE INFORMATION REGARDING MR. HINES AND THE R.C.M.P. IN NOVA SCOTIA REVIEWED THE FILE >> Reporter: THE R.C.M.P. ARE STILL REFUSING TO SAY WHAT THAT NEW INFORMATION WAS CORRECTIONAL SERVICE CANADA SAID THE GUARDS NOW BEFORE THE COURTS ARE ON ADMINISTRATIVE LEAVE LAST YEAR, CANADA’S CORRECTIONAL INVESTIGATOR RELEASED A SCATHING REPORT INTO HINES’ DEATH DESCRIBING THE PRISON’S INVESTIGATION AS FLAWED AND SELF-SERVING IN AN EARLIER INTERVIEW, HIS SISTER TOLD CBC NEWS ABOUT THE NIGHT HER BROTHER WAS TAKEN TO PRISON AFTER HAVING HIS PAROLE REVOKED >> HE SAID I SWEAR TO GOD, IF I GO BACK THERE, I AM DEAD >> Reporter: FOR NEARLY THREE YEARS, THE FAMILY HAD QUESTIONS HOW HE DIED THEY HOPE THE CHARGES WILL PROVIDE MORE ANSWERS >> Interview: THEY DON’T NEED TO CARRY THAT BURDEN ANYMORE THE R.C.M.P. IS INVESTIGATED CHARGES HAVE BEEN LAID THE MATTER IS IN THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM WHERE IT BELONGS >> Reporter: THE TWO CORRECTIONAL OFFICERS WILL APPEAR IN MONCTON COURT NEXT MONTH CBC NEWS, HALIFAX >> Ian: A BIG INTERNATIONAL STORY, ANDREW, IT INVOLVES DONALD TRUMP’S TWITTER ACCOUNT >> Andrew: IAN, BY HIS STANDARDS, THE U.S. PRESIDENT HAS BEEN ON A TERROR TAUNTING NORTH KOREA LEADER ON TWITTER AND TODAY, UNLEASHING A BRUTALLY INSULTING SMACK DOWN OF HIS OWN FORMER TOP ADVISOR STEVEN BANNON WHAT SPARKED THE FIRE AND FURY >> UNOFFICIAL LEADER OF THE BREITBART WING, THE FORMER STRATEGIST AND FORMER CAMPAIGN CEO ACCORDING TO AN OFFICIAL STATEMENT FROM THE PRESIDENT MUCH THE UNITED STATES HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH ME OR MY PRESIDENCY WHEN HE WAS FIRED, HE NOT ONLY LOST HIS JOB, HE LOST HIS MIND

TRUMP DRIVING A BUS OVER BANNON WOULD SEEM UNIMAGINABLE UNTIL YOU READ THE THINGS BANNON SAID ABOUT TRUMP IN THE FORTHCOMING BOOK HE DESCRIBED DONALD JUNIOR AS TREASONOUS BANNON SAID TRUMP JUNIOR SHOULD HAVE CALLED THE F.B.I. INSTEAD AND THE SPECIAL COUNSEL INVESTIGATION WILL CRACK HIM LIKE AN EGG ON NATIONAL TV TRUMP AND EVERYONE AROUND HIM ASSUMED HE WOULD LOSE THE ELECTION UNTIL SOME BEHAVED RECKLESSLY THE GENERAL HAD BEEN ADVISED BY FRIENDS NOT TO TAKE MONEY BY RUSSIANS FOR DOING A SPEECH HE ASSURED HIM FLYNN PLEADED GUILTY TO LYING TO THE F.B.I. ABOUT THE RUSSIA CONNECTIONS AND IS COOPERATING WITH THE SPECIAL COUNSEL INVESTIGATING THE TRUMP CAMPAIGN THE BOOK UNDERMINES THE ASSERTIONS THAT THE INVESTIGATION IS PART OF AN ELABORATE HOAX ABOUT HIS RUSSIA CONNECTIONS BUT IT IS THE FAMILY STUFF THAT APPARENTLY GOT UNDER HIS SKIN >> I THINK FURIOUS, DISGUSTED WOULD PROBABLY FIT WHEN YOU MAKE SUCH OUTRAGEOUS CLAIMS AND COMPLETELY FALSE CLAIMS AGAINST THE PRESIDENT HIS ADMINISTRATION AND HIS FAMILY >> Reporter: A FORMER TRUMP CAMPAIGN MANAGER MANAFORT SAID THEY EXCEEDED THEIR AUTHORITY TO INVESTIGATE RUSSIAN MEDDLING WHEN THEY CHARGED MANAFORT WITH MONEY LAUNDERING AND OTHER FELONIES >> Andrew: NOW, WHILE PRESIDENT TRUMP UNLEASHED HIS TYPICALLY BOMBASTIC AND SELF-REGARDING ATTACK ON BANNON, HE COULD ONLY WATCH WHILE THE SENATE MAJORITY OFFICIALLY DWINDLED TODAY >> CONGRATULATIONS, SENATOR >> Andrew: THE SENATORS DOUG JONES AND TINA SMITH REPRESENTING ALABAMA AND MINNESOTA WERE SWORN IN TODAY BRINGING THE REPUBLICAN SENATE MAJORITY DOWN TO A VERY SLIM 51-49 YOU WILL RECALL JONES NARROWLY DEFEATED REPUBLICAN RIVAL ROY MOORE LAST MONTHS AFTER MOORE WAS SERIOUSLY DAMAGED BY A NUMBER OF SEXUAL MISCONDUCT ALLEGATIONS AND SMITH REPLACES AL FRANKEN WHO STEPPED DOWN OVER HIS OWN SEXUAL MISCONDUCT SCANDAL BROKE OUT LATE LAST YEAR SMITH IS NOW THE 22nd WOMAN CURRENTLY SITTING IN THE U.S SENATE WHICH IS A NEW RECORD >>> AT HOME, THERE IS A BIG QUESTION IN OTTAWA TONIGHT, SHOULD OFFICIALS IN THE PRIME MINISTER’S OFFICE HAVE THOUGHT TWICE BEFORE LETTING JUSTIN TRUDEAU MEET WITH FORMER HOSTAGE JOSHUA BOYLE? SOME ARE ASKING BECAUSE OF BOYLE’S CHECKERED PAST AND BECAUSE OF THE MULTIPLE CRIMINAL CHARGES HE NOW FACES TODAY, HE APPEARED BREIFLY BEFORE A JUDGE IN OTTAWA DAVID COCHRANE PICKS UP THE STORY >> RELEASED FROM BEING HELD ILLEGALLY OVERSEAS, HE IS IN LAWFUL CUSTODY AT HOME CHARGED WITH MANY OF THE OFFENCES BOYLE SAID HIS TERRORIST KIDNAPPERS COMMITTED AGAINST HIM AND HIS FAMILY BOYLE FACES 15 CHARGES ACCUSED OF DRUGGING, CONFINING, ASSAULTING AND SEXUAL ASSAULTING ONE ALLEGED VICTIM AND ASSAULTING ANOTHER THEIR IDENTITIES ARE PROTECTED BY A PUBLICATION BAN >> WOULD BE THE HAPPIEST DAY OF MY LIFE >> Reporter: ACCORDING TO COURT DOCUMENTS THIS STARTED AROUND THE TIME BOYLE AND HIS FAMILY WERE FREED AND WAS GOING ON AROUND THE TIME BOYLE AND HIS FAMILY HAD A PRIVATE MEETING WITH THE PRIME MINISTER A WEEK BEFORE CHRISTMAS A GOVERNMENT OFFICIAL SAID TRUDEAU AGREED TO THE MEETING BECAUSE OF WHAT THE BOYLE FAMILY HAD ENDURED AND WOULD MEET WITH ANY OTHER CANADIAN WHO HAD A SIMILAR EXPERIENCE THE OFFICIAL WOULD NOT COMMENT ON ANY SECURITY CONCERNS THAT MEETING RAISED OR PRECAUTIONS THAT WERE TAKEN >> Interview: JOSHUA BOYLE’S HISTORY, HE IS NOT A STATE SECRET IT IS VERY OPEN WELL AVAILABLE PUBLICLY >> Reporter: THE ANALYST SAID THE HISTORY SHOULD HAVE RAISED ALARM BELLS BOYLE AND HIS WIFE WERE CAPTURED WHILE BACKPACKING IN TALIBAN CONTROLLED AFGHANISTAN BEFORE THAT, HE WAS MARRIED TO KHADR’S SISTER >> Interview: A JIHADIST FAMILY IN CANADA >> Reporter: THE BOYLE FAMILY IS ASKING FOR PRIVACY THE POLICE WENT TO THE FAMILY APARTMENT SATURDAY NIGHT AS PART OF THE INVESTIGATION HIS LAWYER STRESSED BOYLE IS PRESUMED INNOCENT HE IS BACK IN COURT ON MONDAY >> Andrew: OTHER STORIES WE ARE FOLLOWING TONIGHT, POLICE IN

B.C. SAID THE FATHER OF TWO GIRLS FOUND DEAD ON CHRISTMAS DAY HAS BEEN CHARGED WITH TWO COUNTS OF SECOND DEGREE MURDER ACCORDING TO THE R.C.M.P., 43-YEAR-OLD ANDREW BERRY HAD BEEN IN THE HOSPITAL AND WAS ARRESTED AND CHARGED AFTER HIS RELEASE HIS TWO DAUGHTERS 6-YEAR-OLD CHLOE AND AUBREY WERE FOUND DEAD IN BERRY’S APARTMENT IN OAK BAY >>> AFTER DAYS OF UNREST IN IRAN, RALLIES SUPPORTING THE GOVERNMENT WERE HELD IN CITIES ACROSS THE COUNTRY TODAY WITH VIDEO OF THOSE DEMONSTRATIONS FEATURING PROMINENTLY ON STATE TV BUT WHILE IRAN’S REVOLUTIONARY GUARD ANNOUNCED ANTI-GOVERNMENT PROTESTS ARE OVER, WE HAVE SEEN REPORTS OF MORE UNREST AT LEAST 21 PEOPLE HAVE BEEN KILLED AND HUNDREDS MORE HAVE BEEN DETAINED SINCE PROTESTS BROKE OUT LATE LAST WEEK >>> A MILESTONE MOMENT FOR RELATIONS BETWEEN NORTH AND SOUTH KOREA FOR THE FIRST TIME IN TWO YEARS, THE TWO SIDES TALKED ON THE PHONE THEY APPARENTLY DID NOT WASTE TIME AFTER NORTH KOREA KIM JUNG-UN ORDERED THE HOTLINE OPEN LAST NIGHT WE DON’T KNOW WHAT THE TWO SIDES ACTUALLY TALKED ABOUT NORTH KOREA IS LOOKING TO SEND ATHLETES TO THE UPCOMING WINTER OLYMPICS IN SOUTH KOREA >> Ian: STILL TO COME, TONIGHT, A DAY OF CELEBRATION FOR THE LIFE OF JOHNY BOWER I WILL SPEAK ABOUT WHAT THE HOCKEY HALL OF FAMER MEANT TO FANS >> Andrew: THE AMERICAN SOUTH WILL EXPERIENCE A MONSTER WINTER STORM WE WILL SHOW YOU HOW THEY ARE PREPPING FOR THE SO-CALLED BOMB CYCLONE >> Adrienne: CBC NEWS INVESTIGATION, THE WOMEN WHO ALLEGE SEXUAL MISCONDUCT AGAINST CANADIAN THEATRE STAR ALBERT SCHULTZ IOANNA ROUMELIOTIS WITH AN EXCLUSIVE TELEVISION INTERVIEW NEXT >> THERE WERE TIMES ♪ ♪ Reporter: On a street where there are more marijuana cafés than ones that sell coffee, it’s not surprising the idea of legalizing pot is an easy sell Man: It’s actually happening There’s nothing you can really do to control it and you’re gonna still go back and do it anyways so why not legalize it? Reporter: That’s the question a very unlikely source is also asking In his report on BC’s marijuana industry, this economics professor says by legalizing then taxing pot, cash-strapped governments could collect an extra $2 billion a year The report was funded by the very conservative Fraser Institute Who’s going to get the spoils? We know it’s out there already The question is to whom should the revenue go? Should the revenue go to people who you really may not like? Organized crime and all its guises or perhaps should we have as society have more access to that revenue to perhaps undo some of the harms that we think it may do? Reporter: But try selling that idea to government BC’s Solicitor General says any gains made by taxing pot would be lost in trade with the US They have always made it pretty clear that even the issue of decriminalization, which was being looked at last fall by the federal government, would tighten up the borders and affect trade between the two countries Reporter: There are an estimated 17,000 grow ops in BC alone, tens of thousands more in the rest of the country But police say legalization wouldn’t lighten their load, it would just cause more problems Man: The Fraser report talks about regulation Who’s responsible for that? More and more — who is? Does anybody know? That report didn’t talk about that How do you get that taxes in there? Who’s going to be responsible for collecting those taxes? Easton’s report doesn’t address the health or social concerns of legalization His findings are limited to the bottom line Just after the report’s release though the Fraser Institute took pains to point out its own bottom line saying it doesn’t necessarily agree with the report’s findings Rosa Marchitelli, CBC News, Vancouver ♪ ♪ >> Interview: I WAS WALKING UP THE STAIRS TO — GETTING READY TO DO AN ENTRANCE AND HE RAN UP BEHIND ME AND I TURNED AROUND AND HE SHOWED ME HIS PENIS >> Adrienne: THAT IS ONE OF THE ALLEGATIONS OF SEXUAL MISCONDUCT AGAINST CANADIAN THEATRE DIRECTOR AND TV STAR ALBERT SCHULTZ FOUR CIVIL LAWSUITS WERE FILED TODAY THE NATIONAL AND THE FIFTH ESTATE HAVE BEEN ON THE STORY FOR MONTHS AND TONIGHT, IOANNA ROUMELIOTIS HAS EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEWS WITH TWO OF THE PLAINTIFFS >> Reporter: THEY MET NEARLY TWO DECADES AGO WHEN THEY WERE BOTH BREAKING ON TO THE STAGE >> HI, GUYS >> Reporter: KRISTIN BOOTH AND CHRIS FAGAN ARE BREAKING THEIR SILENCE

AND STEPPING INTO A SPOTLIGHT THEY NEVER WANTED >> Interview: I CONSIDER MYSELF ONE OF THEM, THERE ARE MANY COMING OUT RIGHT NOW, YEAH >> Interview: SILENCE IS WHAT BRINGS MORE PREDATORY BEHAVIOUR THE MORE WE STAY QUIET, THE MORE IT WILL HAPPEN >> Reporter: BOOTH AND FAGAN ARE TWO OF ACTRESSS SUING ACCLAIMED ACTOR ALBERT SCHULTZ THEY SPOKE WHEN THEY HAD THE PROTECTION THAT COMES FROM FILING A LAWSUIT IN COURT THE ACCUSATIONS ARE DETAILED IN SEPARATE LAWSUITS AND RANGE FROM HARASSMENT TO SEXUAL BATTERY DEFINED AS UNWANTED TOUCHING THE SUITS NAME THE THEATRE FOR FAILING TO PROVIDE A WORKPLACE FREE OF HARASSMENT NONE OF THE ALLEGATIONS HAVE BEEN PROVEN IN COURT, IN SOME CASES THERE WERE NO WITNESSES SCHULTZ HAS ISSUED A STATEMENT SAYING HE DOES NOT TAKE THE ALLEGATIONS LIGHTLY AND PLANS TO VEHEMENTLY DEFEND HIMSELF >> PLEASE WELCOME YOUR HOST FOR THE EVENING, ALBERT SCHULTZ >> Reporter: SCHULTZ IS A TOWERING FIGURE IN CANADA’S CULTURAL COMMUNITY >> WELCOME TO THE 19th ANNUAL JEANNIE AWARDS >> Reporter: A CELEBRATED ACTOR AND LAUDED VISIONARY BEHIND ONE OF THE MOST PRESTIGIOUS THEATRE COMPANIES IN THE COUNTRY BOOTH AND FAGAN CLAIM THE HARASSMENT STARTED NEARLY 20 YEARS AGO BUT IT IS ONLY NOW, THEY SAID, AS WOMEN AROUND THE WORLD SPEAK OUT AGAINST SEXUAL HARASSMENT AND ASSAULT THAT THEY FOUND THE STRENGTH TO COME FORWARD WITH THEIR STORIES >> Interview: IT AFFECTED MY DECISIONS A LOT I THINK BECAUSE IT FELT LIKE A WINDOW HAD BEEN OPEN FOR WOMEN LIKE MYSELF AND TRISH BECAUSE FINALLY PEOPLE WERE STARTING TO LISTEN >> Reporter: FAGAN IS 41, AN ACCOMPLISHED THEATRE ACTRESS WHO STARRED IN DOZENS OF PRODUCTIONS BACK IN 2000, SHE WAS A 23-YEAR-OLD FRESH OUT OF ACTING SCHOOL WHEN SHE GOT THE FIRST BIG BREAK AT SOULPEPPER RUN BY THE HUGE STAR, ALBERT SCHULTZ AT THE TIME, IT WAS THE UP AND COMING THEATRE COMPANY IN TORONTO AND SCHULTZ THEN IN HIS LATE 30s, WAS THE CREATIVE AND SHE SAID BRAIN BEHIND IT >> Interview: IT WAS A LOT OF MOCKING, RIDICULING, BELITTLING, AND ANGER IT WAS FRIGHTENING, UTTERLY CONFUSING HORRIBLE >> Reporter: WHAT WAS MORE HORRIBLE, SHE SAID, WAS HIS UNWANTED SEXUAL ATTENTION IN NEARLY 20 PAGES, SHE DESCRIBED SCHULTZ AS A SERIAL SEXUAL PREDATOR WHO CONSTANTLY AND FORCIBLY TOUCHED HER IN A SEXUAL WAY AND OFTEN MADE SEXUAL COMMENTS FAGAN SAID THE BEHAVIOUR MADE HER FEEL VULNERABLE AND HUNTED AND MOLESTED >> Interview: WE WERE REHEARSING A SCENE WHERE OUR TWO CHARACTERS ARE SITTING DOWN STAGE TOGETHER, SO HE JUST STARTED RUBBING UNDERNEATH MY THIGH >> Reporter: OUT OF THE BLUE >> HIS HAND SLIPPED UNDER MY THIGH AND RUBBED IT FOR WHAT FELT LIKE A LONG TIME AND I FROZE AND KEPT, YOU KNOW, KEPT MY EYES WHERE THEY WERE SUPPOSED TO BE IN THE SCENE UNTIL IT STOPPED >> Reporter: HOW DO YOU FEEL ABOUT THE FACT THAT YOU DID NOT SAY ANYTHING THEN? >> Interview: IT WAS EASIER TO JUST SAY DON’T WORRY ABOUT IT, BECAUSE THEN IF YOU ARE ANGRY, IF YOU ARE TROUBLESOME, IF YOU ARE CHALLENGING THE STATUS QUO, IF YOU ARE SAYING YOU ARE EASILY REPLACEABLE >> Reporter: LOSING A COVETED THEATRE JOB AND TANGLED IN THAT TOO, THE BELIEF THAT THE THEATRE WORLD IS INHERENTLY LIBERAL AND THAT A TRUE ARTIST IS WILLING TO PUSH BOUNDARIES IS WILLING TO CROSS LINES IN THE NAME OF THE CRAFT SO FAGAN SAID SHE REMAINED SILENT AND DID NOT SHARE MANY OF THE INCIDENTS WITH ANYONE AT THE TIME EVEN AS SCHULTZ’S BEHAVIOUR, SHE SAID, BECAME MORE PROVOCATIVE LIKE THE TIME THEY WERE PERFORMING FOR A LIVE AUDIENCE >> Interview: I WAS WALKING UP THE STAIRS TO — GETTING READY TO DO AN ENTRANCE AND HE RAN UP BEHIND ME AND I TURNED AROUND AND HE SHOWED ME HIS PENIS AND I JUST KIND OF FLINCHED AND KEPT GOING AND THEN MY DIRECTOR, HE RAN UP BEHIND — ALBERT LEFT AND HE RAN UP AND SAID WHAT DID

HE DO, I ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ The fight for a 15 dollar minimum wage goes back years in several U.S. cities – New York, Seattle, San Francisco – just to name a few But it’s only recently gained enough momentum in Canada to become policy First in Alberta, where that bump takes effect next year And then as we heard today, Ontario’s plan is for the year after that We want to talk more now about the impact all those planned labour changes could have on workers and businesses Armine Yalnizyan is a public economist Karl Baldauf is with the Ontario Chamber of Commerce Both here to talk about it So, Armine, let me start with you, what especially do you like about what you heard today, assuming you like it? Oh, I think it’s a long overdue suite of packages that actually bring back respect for worker’s abilities as well as time And I think it’ll build the economy from the bottom up, which is something we’ve been waiting for for a long time I think it’s actually an inclusive growth strategy So I’m lovin’ it Okay, so build the economy is not what you often hear from business as a reaction to an increase in the minimum wage Karl, is there something about this you don’t like in particular? Well, we all deserve evidence based reform and our message to the government of Ontario is, “Of course we all want to share in prosperity but if you’re going to proceed with such dramatic changes, we need to do so in a way that is evidence based.” And so all though this review has taken two years, at no point have they conducted a cost benefit analysis to fully understand what will be the impact of these changes on the economy broadly? And we’re a bit concerned that

there will be broadly negative changes as a result of the reforms announced today Swain: Such as? Well, a number of businesses have indicated to us that they’re going to have to increase prices on everyday goods to consumers Other businesses have said they’re going to have to scale back on the number of workers that they have And still other businesses, especially small businesses, have said that they’re gonna have to close up shop completely Because after a number of new costs such as the CPP enhancement, such as cap-and-trade, such as rising electricity prices, they’re at the end And they cannot take any more new costs Swain: Okay, so Armine, I mean, job losses, businesses moving, businesses shutting down, what’s the counter to that? Well, definitely there will be job losses, definitely businesses will have to shut down There’s is always businesses operating at the margin where any little thing will tip them over But what will happen is that the people that are getting paid are going to actually be able to spend more money And that is going to actually increase business for some businesses It’s going to build the economy from the bottom up, because it’s not businesses that create jobs, it’s the customers And when customers have more money to spend they are able to – especially minimum wage workers – are able to spend more money in the economy because they’re not being squeezed with housing costs There’s more disposable income to spend On the point of evidence base reform, you know, it was the premier’s own advisory panel on minimum wages, three years ago, that said, for every 10 per cent increase in minimum wage the youth unemployment it goes up six per cent So this is the real challenge that we have right now There are a lot of unintended consequences and the government has not done the proper work to fully understand what that will mean And that also means that they haven’t prepared for the offsets that will be needed to help businesses transition into this new reality I don’t think we need any offsets for what’s about to happen Because the new reality is not a 20th century reality, it’s a 21st century reality, where our young people are working and not seeing any increases So this 15 dollar an hour minimum wage is not a working wage as our banner tells us, it’s a living wage It helps people actually do more in life than just work, to scramble, to try and make ends meet And I think the idea that businesses have to be offset for everything that happens I don’t understand why it is that workers don’t need to be offset for every time a Tim Hortons decides to raise the price of coffee without raising the price of wages We need to understand what it will cost us Swain: Karl, Armine, thanks so much for this Thank you ♪ ♪ [♪♪♪] >> Andrew: IT IS COLD, IT IS RARE, AND IT IS DANGEROUS THE STORM BEARING DOWN ON PARTS OF THE U.S. RIGHT NOW IS BEING CALLED A BOMB CYCLONE IT IS PART OF A LARGER COLD SNAP THAT PUT A STRANGLEHOLD ON MUCH OF NORTH AMERICA SINCE CHRISTMAS IT HAS BEEN DEADLY IN THE U.S., THE DEEPFREEZE HAS KILLED AT LEAST 16 PEOPLE AND THIS NEW STORM WARNING STARTS SURPRISINGLY WHERE CANADIANS GO TO ESCAPE THE COLD FLORIDA IT IS HEADING UP THE EAST COAST AS STEVEN D’SOUZA TELLS US, THE AMERICANS ARE BRACING FOR A POTENTIALLY DANGEROUS COMBINATION OF SNOW, FREEZING RAIN AND HURRICANE FORCED WINDS >> Reporter: IN GEORGIA, A PLACE USUALLY KNOWN FOR SWELTERING HEAT, THEY ARE DEALING WITH THE FIRST MAJOR SNOWFALL IN 30 YEARS IT MAY BE A FEW CENTIMETRES, IT IS ENOUGH TO MAKE ROADS TREACHEROUS AND SUCH DOWN THE AIRPORT ALL WHILE RESIDENTS TRY TO MAKE THE BEST OF IT >> Interview: IT IS COLD >> Reporter: MUCH OF THE EASTERN U.S. HAS BEEN IN A DEEPFREEZE OVER THE HOLIDAYS IN TAMPA, MANATEES TRIED TO ESCAPE THE COLD BY SEEKING WARMER WATERS NEAR A POWER PLANT NORTHERN FLORIDA, THEY WERE HAVING FUN WITH THE RARE DUSTING, MAKING SNOW ANGELS WAKING UP TO FROZEN SWIMMING POOLS OR TURNING ON THE HOSE TO MAKE ICE SCULPTURES THEY MAY NOT ENJOY THINGS TOMORROW THE MASSIVE STORM IS EXPECTED TO HIT FROM VIRGINIA, NORTH UP THE COAST, IT COULD BRING FROM 15-30 CENTIMETRES OF SNOW SNOW IS COMING DOWN IN UNLIKELY PLACES LIKE CHARLESTON, WHERE POWER IS OUT IN SOME AREAS AND NUMEROUS ROADS AND BRIDGES ARE SHUT DOWN >> IT IS PRETTY WILD I HAVE NEVER SEEN PALM TREES WITH SNOW ON THEM BEFORE >> Reporter: IN NORTH CAROLINA, SOME SCHOOLS LET OUT EARLY OR WERE CLOSED ALTOGETHER >> THE STORM IS MOVING QUICKLY AND SHOULD BE GONE BY THURSDAY EVENING THE BAD NEWS IS THAT WE WILL HAVE UNUSUALLY COLD TEMPERATURES STICKING AROUND FOR SEVERAL DAYS >> Reporter: THE NORTHEAST IS EXPECTED TO GET HARDEST HIT THE RESIDENTS AND OFFICIALS THERE ARE PREPARE

>> I AM CHIPPING AT THE ICE TO PREPARE FOR THE SNOWSTORM WE ARE EXPECT TO GET A FOOT >> THE BIGGEST COLD SNAP IN 100 YEARS FOLLOWED BY WHAT POTENTIALLY WILL BE A VERY SIGNIFICANT STORM WILL CREATE CHALLENGES >> Reporter: IN BOSTON, THEY ARE TRUCKING A MOUNTAIN OF SALT ON TO THE ROADWAYS READY TO MEET THE WINTER BLAST OF 2018 HEAD ON >> Andrew: A CLOSE EYE ON ALL OF THIS IS THE SENIOR METEOROLOGIST JOHANNA WAGSTAFFE A YEAR AGO WE TALKED ABOUT A POLAR VORTEX WE ARE TALKING ABOUT A BOMB CYCLONE WHAT IS IT AND WHY DOES IT PACK SUCH A PUNCH? >> Johanna: THESE ARE METEOROLOGICAL DEFINITIONS HOW DOES A SYSTEM BOMB OUT SO TO SPEAK? THE PROCESS OF BOMB GENESIS IS WHEN A SYSTEM’S CENTRAL PRESSURE DEEPENS SO RAPIDLY IN A SHORT AMOUNT OF TIME, DROPPING 24 MILO BARS IN 24 HOURS THAT LEADS TO EXPLOSIVE STRENGTH THAT IS WHAT WE ARE SEEING WITH THE STORM SLIDING UP THE EAST COAST OF THE U.S THAT WILL MERGE OR COLLIDE WITH THE POLAR VORTEX AIR THAT IS IN PLACE ACROSS CANADA THOSE TWO FACTORS WILL CAUSE THIS EXPLOSIVE STORM, JUST SOUTH OF THE MARITIMES IN ABOUT 24 HOURS >> Andrew: BOMBOGENESIS STEVE GAVE US THE VIEW WHAT SHOULD CANADIANS EXPECT IN THE NEXT DAYS? >> Johanna: WE ARE TALKING HIGH IMPACT I WANT TO SHOW YOU A WEATHER GRAPHIC HERE TO SEE HOW THE TWO SYSTEMS MERGE THE STORM IS SLIDING UP THE EAST COAST THAT WILL COME TOGETHER WITH THAT ARCTIC AIR STARTING TO SEE THE CONDITIONS THROUGH THE DAY TOMORROW, FOR THE MARITIMES, SEEING SNOW SPREAD ACROSS ALL THREE MARITIME PROVINCES, THEN THOSE WINDS ARE GOING TO KICK IN TOMORROW NIGHT, THROUGH TO FRIDAY MORNING, WE ARE TALKING HURRICANE FORCED WINDS OVER 120 km/h GUSTS AT TIMES ALONG WITH ACCUMULATING SNOW FOR PARTS OF THE MARITIMES UPWARDS OF 40 CENTIMETRES AND AS THE SYSTEM TRACKS OFF TOWARD NEWFOUNDLAND, IT IS GOING TO BRING THAT POLAR VORTEX, THE -30° TEMPERATURES BACK IN BEHIND IT THE BIG CONCERN, WHEN WE ARE TALKING WIDESPREAD POWER OUTAGES FOR THOSE LEFT IN THE COLD AS WE HEAD INTO THE WEEKEND >> Andrew: THANK YOU VERY MUCH >> Andrew: CANADIAN ON THE EAST COAST ARE NOT ONLY BRACING THEMSELVES, THEY ARE PREPARING >> Interview: WE WANT TO GET THE MESSAGE OUT THAT WE WANT PEOPLE TO STAY HOME AT ALL POSSIBLE AVOID DRIVING IF YOU CAN, ESPECIALLY AVOID DRIVING ON THE HIGHWAYS >> Andrew: IN FREDERICTON, STAYING HOME MEANS STOCKING UP FOLKS WERE OUT BUYING SHOVELS AND BATTERIES AND GENERATORS IN HALIFAX, SALT TRUCK AND SNOW PLOWS WERE INSPECTED AND PREPARED FOR DEPLOYMENT >>> AS WE TOLD YOU LAST NIGHT, THE DEEPFREEZE IS PUTTING PRESSURE ON TORONTO CREATE MORE HOMELESS SHELTER SPACES NOW, THE CITY IS ASKING THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TO OPEN UP AT NIGHT, AN ARMORY USED BY CANADIAN FORCES DURING THE DAY AN OLD IDEA, ONE THAT COUNCIL REJECTED LAST MONTH BUT THAT WAS BEFORE THE EXTREME COLD SET IN >> THE TEMPERATURES, THE INFLUX OF REFUGEES, WE HAVE EXPERIENCED OVER THE LAST TWO YEARS AND THE PRESSURES OF A HUGE MENTAL HEALTH CHALLENGE HAVE PLACED UNPRECEDENTED PRESSURE ON OUR SHELTER SYSTEM >> Andrew: THE MAYOR SAID DEMAND IS UP 30% THE CITY IS INVESTIGATING HOW IT KEEPS TRACK OF SHELTER SPACES ON A NIGHTLY BASIS AFTER PEOPLE LOOKING FOR BEDS EARLIER THIS WEEK WERE TOLD THE SHELTERS WERE FULL WHEN BEDS WERE AVAILABLE >> Ian: COMING UP NEXT, A TOUGH COMPETITOR ON THE ICE AND A HUMBLE GUY OFF IT HOW FANS CELEBRATED THE LIFE OF HOCKEY GREAT JOHNY BOWER >> HE WAS AN IDOL AND AN ICON TO EVERY YOUNG BOY IN THE CITY OF ♪ ♪ ♪ Oooh ooh ooh ooh oooh ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ Hanky panky ♪ Hanky panky ♪ Hanky panky ♪ Hanky panky ♪ Hanky panky ♪ Hanky panky [vocalizes] ♪ Hanky panky ♪ Hanky panky ♪ Hanky panky [applause and cheering] Peter: I met KD Lang on her own turf in Alberta Although this radio studio is in Edmonton, not in her hometown of Consort The more I talked with her the more I was intrigued by the complexity of her personality How do I, seeing this articulate, reflective, philosophical, spiritual young woman, reconcile that

with the person I just see singing, “Hanky Panky?” ‘Cause I think it isn’t It is the same person and you know it’s the same person Give me a hand here Yeah, but the thing is that nothing can be separated Nothing that we know or dream or think or taste or smell or or what have you, can be separated because it’s all reality, it’s all every thing It’s something we experience Anyway Peter: Enough of this philosophy Tell me about the time you threw yourself on the floor, on the street in Japan Okay We actually have you doing it live and in action on film KD: Oh, yeah Peter: This moment is preserved in history Okay, this is Harajuku Street in Japan In which, probably about three or four years ago, became very popular for the alternative youths of Japan to go Now it’s very touristy and it’s losing its “alternation.” Is that a word? Peter: Yeah, but I don’t think it fits in exactly that slot [both chuckle] Okay, it’s losing its — Peter: Its alternative nature of its alternative possibilities to the [indistinct] universe Thank you. That’s why you write and I sing [chuckles] KD: No, anyway — Are there other reasons? [laughs] [KD scoffs] So, so we went there And we set up a small PA and we did some music and that’s just my ordinary show I put on for them Peter: So you sang “Johnny Get Angry” and threw yourself on the ground Yeah, but see, they looked at me very strangely and I figured out the other night that it’s because they don’t understand the words [both chuckle] I just spit on the piano They like Yeah? Of course, they’re having to watch somebody Well of course they’re looking at you Boy-girl throwing themselves down on the asphalt with expressionless faces What do you say What is the last line of that song? Johnny! ♪ You know I love you, of course ♪ Let me know that you’re the boss ♪ Oh, Johnny get angry Johnny get mad ♪ Give me the biggest lecture I ever had ♪ I want a brave man I want a cave man ♪ Johnny! ♪ [ theme ] ♪ ♪ >> SOME PEOPLE ASKED ME WHO WAS THE TOUGHEST GOALIE YOU PLAYED AGAINST? I SAID JOHNY BOWER IN PRACTICE >> HE WAS THE CENTERPIECE OF OUR TEAM WINNING THE CUP TAKES HEART BUT JOHN WAS OUR SOUL >> Ian: IN TORONTO TODAY, FANS AND PLAYERS PAYING TRIBUTE TO THE NHL LEGEND JOHNY BOWER DYING LAST WEEK AT THE AGE OF 93 IT HAS BEEN A LONG TIME SINCE BOWER WORE THE BLUE AND WHITE, ALMOST 50 YEARS THERE HAVE BEEN OTHER MEMBERS OF THE TEAM WHO WERE MORE COLOURFUL, PERHAPS MORE EXCITING WHEN I SPOKE TO FANS AT AIR CANADA CENTRE THIS AFTERNOON, IT QUICKLY BECAME CLEAR WHY BOWER IS CONSIDERED ONE OF THE ALL TIME MAPLE LEAF GREATS IT WAS NOT THE NUMBER OF PEOPLE WHO CAME ON THE WEEKDAY AFTERNOON TO PAY THEIR RESPECTS, THAT WAS REMARKABLE IT WAS HOW MANY OF THEM, NO MATTER THEIR AGE, WHO FELT THEY HAD A PERSONAL CONNECTION WHY ARE YOU COMING TO THE CELEBRATION OF LIFE? >> Interview: WE GOT TO MEET MR BOWER IN 2014 AT A FESTIVAL IN TORONTO >> Ian: THERE WILL BE PEOPLE ACROSS THE COUNTRY WATCHING WONDERING WHAT IS SO SPECIAL ABOUT JOHNY BOWER, WHO WOULD YOU SAY? >> Interview: IN OUR TIMES MEETING HIM, HE WAS SO PATIENT AND SO KIND HE SIGNED PICTURES OF HIMSELF, HIS HOCKEY CARDS FOR EACH OF THE CHILDREN AND IT WASN’T A RUSH IT WASN’T AN INCONVENIENCE IT WAS DELIGHT >> Interview: JOHNY BOWER WAS AN AMAZING PERSON AN INCREDIBLE GOALIE ONE OF THE BEST OF — EVER FOUR STANLEY CUPS MORE THAN THAT, HE WAS A GREAT PERSON I MET HIM SEVERAL TIMES I USED TO LOVE GOING TO SEE HIM AND GET AUTOGRAPHS HE WAS ALWAYS HAPPY TO SEE EVERY PERSON >> Ian: WHY ARE YOU HERE? >> JOHNY HAS ALWAYS BEEN AROUND AND ALWAYS BEEN HERE FOR US EVERY TIME YOU SAW HIM, HE WAS SMILING HE WAS ALWAYS A LEADER THAT IS WHY I AM HERE I TOOK THE AFTERNOON OFF WORK

I WANT TO BE HERE >> Ian: AS SOMEBODY WHO KNEW HIM PERSONALLY, WHAT SHOULD PEOPLE HERE KNOW ABOUT JOHNY BOWER? >> Interview: IT IS HARD TO PUT INTO WORDS HE WAS THE KINDEST, MOST GENEROUS PERSON HE HAD TIME FOR EVERYBODY KIDS WOULD KNOCK AT HIS DOOR AT ANY TIME, HE WOULD OPEN IT AND SAY DO YOU WANT AN AUTOGRAPH PICTURE ANYTIME HE HAD PATIENCE AND CONSIDERATION FOR EVERYBODY HE MET THE KINDEST MAN I HAVE KNOWN >> Ian: NO DARK SIDE? >> Interview: NO, NEVER, NO HE USED TO SHOVEL THE POND, I SKATED OUT BACK, JUST AN INCREDIBLE PERSON REALLY, I SAID, I DON’T HAVE — I AM SADDENED BY HIS DEATH >> Ian: HE CLEANED OFF THE SNOW ON A POND SO YOU COULD PLAY HOCKEY? >> Interview: YES IN THE LATER YEARS NOT LONG AGO I WOULD SAY ’96 HE WAS OUT THERE AND SKATING OUT THERE AND IT WAS A THRILL >> Ian: WHEN THE FANS CLAMOURED TO MEET HIM, BOWER SAID HE DID NOT UNDERSTAND WHAT THE FUSS WAS ABOUT HIS FAMILY SAW HOW MUCH BOWER MEANT TO THEM >> WE THOUGHT WE UNDERSTOOD THE IMPACT OF GRANDPA THE OUT POURING OF LOVE, AND SUPPORT FROM THE MAPLE LEAFS AND HOCKEY FANS FROM AROUND THE WORLD >> Ian: A GREAT PERSON AND WE SHOULD NOTE, A GREAT GOALTENDER TOO HE DIDN’T EVEN START IN THE NHL UNTIL HE WAS IN HIS MID-30s WON FOUR STANLEY CUPS AND WAS RECENTLY NAMED BY THE LEAGUE AS ONE OF THE GREATEST 100 PLAYERS >> Adrienne: AFTER THE BREAK, THE MOMENT OF THE DAY, BUT FIRST, THE NATIONAL HAS BEEN LOOKING BACK AT SOME OF 2017’S MOST MEMORABLE IMAGES AND HEARING FROM THE PEOPLE WHO WERE BEHIND THE LENS AN OTTAWA VIDEOGRAPHER, HE WAS SENT TO AN R.C.M.P. CHECKPOINT AT THE QUEBEC, U.S. BORDER, HE CAUGHT THIS MOMENT OF AN ASYLUM SEEKER WAITING TO CROSS >> TIMING IS ALL OF IT ANYTHING COULD MAKE A BEAUTIFUL SHOT IF YOU ARE JUST AT THE RIGHT TIME WE STARTED OFF A DAY WITH LIKE, OKAY, COMING ACROSS THE BORDER FROM THE U.S. INTO CANADA THEY WERE GETTING ARRESTED ON THE SPOT WE COULD NOT INTERVIEW THEM THE R.C.M.P. OFFICERS COULD NOT TALK TO US SO THE SHOTS HAD TO TELL THE STORY BECAUSE THEY COULD NOT TELL THE STORY THERE IS AN R.C.M.P. VEHICLE, YOU CAN SEE SHE IS PREGNANT AND HER OTHER KID IS BY HER SIDE YOU HAVE TO BE PRETTY DESPERATE TO BE 8 MONTHS PREGNANT WITH ONE OR TWO OTHER CHILDREN, JUMP IN A CAB AND CROSS THE BORDER INTO A COUNTRY THAT YOU DO NOT KNOW AND YOU KNOW YOU WILL GET ARRESTED THAT’S IMPORTANT TO SHOW SO THAT PEOPLE SAY, YOU KNOW WHAT, MAYBE THESE PEOPLE ARE REALLY IN TROUBLE OR SCARED OF ♪ [“The National” theme] And this is something else that’s in use now, and will one day be a part of every home It’s called the video phone It’s very simple to use Pick up the dial, punch the buttons And I just press a button and here I see Lloyd, hi! Hi, Sandy And how are you? I’m fine, thank you I can’t see you yet You can’t see me? You can just punch up a button Oh, there you are, there you are See, I’m right in front of the lens Beautiful, mhm Very good, but I can control this if I’m off centre, you can’t see me anymore So You’d only want to do that if you weren’t properly dressed, though, wouldn’t you? Right, so there’ll be no peeking at ladies when they’re dripping wet and fresh from the tub ♪ [eerie, futuristic] Say, what’s going on here? Hey, what’s your name, what are you doing? Je m’appelle William Liberman, et je prends le Français Oh, he says he’s Willy Liberman, and he’s learning how to speak French Well, tell me how this little machine works, Willy Well, this is a teaching machine, and it’s very simple Even an adult could use it [chuckles] You see, in this box on magnetic tapes are 22 15-minute French lessons Mhm So say I want lesson number five I turn the dial and pull the switch Yes Now, after each phrase in French, there’s a pause so if I want, I can repeat the phrase into this microphone right here Mhm And it will be recorded on another channel Later, I can turn back and hear both myself and the teacher and I can check my pronunciation That’s great Say, Willy, how would you like to have

a nice, juicy hot dog? Oh, oui monsieur! Oui? Bon, très bien! Sandy, can we use your oven? By all means, get right in there [speaking French] Lloyd, Willy’s machine is not experimental, it’s actually being used in schools today Lloyd: Well now, here, Sandy, I see a very old and a very beautiful painting It looks great, but I don’t quite see the point What’s this got to do with the future? Well it is very beautiful, I agree, and it’s real It was painted by Aelbert Cuyp And it was painted in the 17th century, and now hangs in the art gallery in Toronto It’s worth about $20,000 You see, some things won’t change Ovens and telephones and teaching aids may get newer and more progressive, but this painting represents something which is very dear to us– and that something, in a word, is art ♪ [“The National” theme] >> Hi, I’m Kristin Kreuk from Burden of Truth and you’re watching CBC Thanks for watching >> Announcer: A new Olympic sport and one more chance for Canada’s curlers The Mixed Doubles Curling Trials, last chance for Olympic glory, begins January 5th on CBC Sports >> I was diagnosed with boner cancer right after my 18th birthday And like I’ve barely really started my life yet And so Harry has been at the hospital every week He’s so supportive and loving And like he makes it easier >> Announcer: Hello Goodbye New season arrives January 12th on CBC >> Representing Canada, Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir! [cheers] >> These two sprinkle magic moments all through their performance >> One of the most decorated teams of all time >> Won Olympic gold in Vancouver >> So much chemistry >> That was wonderful ♪ ♪ >> Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir >> Awesome ♪ ♪ [♪♪♪] >> ON THE NATIONAL, THE FORMER CEO OF SHAW COMMUNICATIONS HAS DIED AT THE AGE OF 60 THE COMPANY SAID HE PASSED AWAY AFTER A BRIEF ILLNESS HE WAS THE CEO OF THE GIANT FROM 1998 TO 2010 WHEN HE STEPPED DOWN AND HANDED CONTROL OVER TO HIS BROTHER BRAD IN A STATEMENT, TONIGHT, HIS BROTHER REMEMBERED HIM AS A GREAT FRIEND AND MENTOR >>> ALSO TONIGHT, A GLIMPSE AT THE NEXT BIG MISSION FOR SPACE X THE COMPANY RELEASED THE STUNNING VIDEO OF THE MASSIVE FALCON HEAVY ROCKET ON THE LAUNCH PAD AWAITING BLAST OFF IF AND WHEN THAT HAPPENS, SPACE X SAID IT WILL BE TWICE AS POWERFUL AS ANY ROCKET FLYING CURRENTLY THEY HOPE TO HAVE THE FIRST TEST LAUNCH AT THE END OF THIS MONTH >> Adrienne: NOW, BEFORE WE GO TONIGHT, IT IS USUALLY A DUMB IDEA TO MESS AROUND WITH A WILD MOOSE AS WE KNOW BUT WHEN A GROUP OF SNOWMOBILERS IN NEWFOUNDLAND BACK COUNTRY CAME ACROSS ONE, BURY IN A DRIFT, THEY DID THE CANADIAN THING AND CRACKED OUT THE SHOVELS AND THIS IS OUR “MOMENT OF THE DAY.” >> POOR GUY IS STUCK >> Adrienne: DEFINITELY STUCK THE ANIMAL WAS TRAPPED IN A BOG HOLE ITS EFFORTS TO GET OUT LEFT IT IN DISTRESS AFTER 15 MINUTES OF SHOVELLING, THE MOOSE MANAGED TO PULL ITSELF OUT AND IT HUNG AROUND FOR A FEW MORE MINUTES TO DRY OFF OR MAYBE JUST TO SAY THANK YOU I THINK THE FACT THAT IT DIDN’T PLOW INTO THEM IS HOW THEY KNOW HE WAS GRATEFUL >> Ian: ROSEMARY BARTON WHO KEEPS US ABREAST OF THE BIG OTTAWA STORIES SENT MESSAGES TO US SAYING MUST HAVE MOOSE ON THE NATIONAL MISSION ACCOMPLISHED >> Andrew: THERE YOU GO ASK AND YOU SHALL RECEIVE I DON’T KNOW IF — HOW CLOSE YOU HAVE GOTTEN TO A MOOSE I HAVE GOTTEN CLOSE, 20 FEET AWAY, YOU DON’T REALLY GET AN APPRECIATION HOW BIG THEY ARE UNTIL YOU ARE RIGHT THERE AND THEY ARE BIG! I CAN TELL YOU THAT MUCH >> Adrienne: WE WILL FIND OUT WHY LATER >> Andrew: ANOTHER NIGHT