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IGOODNIGHT.
>> Andrew: GOODNIGHT.
>> Adrienne: GOODNIGHT.
(*)
>> Adrienne: TONIGHT, TENSIONS
RUN HIGH AT THE NATO SUMMIT.
>> Andrew: THE U.S. PRESIDENT
PRESSING ALLIES TO PAY UP.
>> President Donald Trump:
WE'LL PUT CANADA ON A PAYMENT
PLAN.
I'M SURE THAT THE PRIME MINISTER
WOULD LOVE THAT.
>> Andrew: TRUMP'S JABS,
JOKES, EVEN INSULTS AND JUSTIN
TRUDEAU'S
CANDID AND UNSCRIPTED REACTION.
>> Adrienne: A DAMNING
INDICTMENT OF DONALD TRUMP AS
THE HOUSE CREEPS CLOSER TO
IMPEACHMENT.
>> NOW I'M TRYING TO SPEAK TO A
HUMAN BEING, THEY WON'T EVEN PUT
ME ON HOLD.
>> Andrew: FRUSTRATED FLIERS.
WHY STRANDED
PASSENGERS CAN'T GET THROUGH TO
AIR CANADA.
>> Adrienne: OUR INVESTIGATION
INTO VAPING.
WHY THE DAMAGE TO YOUR TEETH
COULD BE PERMANENT.
>>> THIS IS "THE NATIONAL."
(*)
>> Andrew: WORLD LEADERS
GATHERED IN LONDON TODAY TO
CELEBRATE A NATO ALLIANCE THAT'S
LASTED DECADES.
BUT OVERSHADOWING THAT DIVISIONS
WITH WORLD LEADERS ON FULL
DISPLAY.
>> Adrienne: JAWS DROPPED AND
ALLIES TOOK SHOTS AT ALLIES AND
THERE WAS EVEN A VEILED THREAT.
AND AT THE CENTRE OF IT, U.S.
PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP.
FOR 70 YEARS, NATO HAS BEEN KEY
TO CANADA'S DEFENCE, AND THE
STABILITY OF THE WORLD ORDER.
AT LEAST IN WESTERN EYES.
BUT SQUABBLES OVER FUNDING AND
STRAINED RELATIONSHIPS AND
OPPOSING VISIONS HANG OVER THE
ALLIANCE.
SO THE CRUCIAL QUESTION NOW,
ROSIE, HOW NATO
WILL RESPOND TO AN UNPREDICTABLE
FORCE LIKE DONALD TRUMP.
>> Rosemary: TO SAY THE VERY
LEAST, ADRIENNE.
WE HAVE ALREADY SEEN SOME VERY
TENSE MOMENTS, CERTAINLY,
BETWEEN LEADERS.
AND TRUMP CHALLENGED SEVERAL
ALLIES
TODAY, INCLUDING CANADA.
EVAN DYER BEGINS OUR COVERAGE
WITH A SOMEWHAT
AWKWARD EXCHANGE BETWEEN THE
PRESIDENT AND OUR PRIME
MINISTER.
>> Reporter: PRESIDENT TRUMP
CAME TO THIS SUMMIT DETERMINED
TO SHAKE MORE MONEY OUT OF ANY
NATO ALLIES WHO DON'T SPEND AT
LEAST 2% OF THEIR NATIONAL
INCOME ON DEFENCE.
>> President Donald Trump:
GERMANY, AS AN EXAMPLE, IS
PAYING 1% AND THEY'RE SUPPOSED
TO BE PAYING 2%.
YOU'RE TALKING ABOUT BILLIONS OF
DOLLARS.
>> Reporter: CANADA ONLY SPENT
ABOUT 1.4% OF ITS G.D.P. ON
DEFENCE, THOUGH IT HAS BEEN
GOING UP.
>> President Donald Trump:
WELL, WE'LL PUT THEM ON A
PAYMENT PLAN, YOU KNOW?
>> Reporter: BUT TRUMP DIDN'T
SEEM TO KNOW THAT WHEN HE MET
JUSTIN TRUDEAU THIS AFTERNOON.
>> President Donald Trump:
WHAT IS YOUR NUMBER?
>> Prime Minister Justin
Trudeau: THE NUMBER IS 70%
INCREASE OVER THE PAST YEARS,
INCLUDING AND FOR THE COMING
YEARS.
THE PRESIDENT KNOWS AS WELL THAT
CANADA HAS BEEN THERE FOR EVERY
NATO DEPLOYMENT.
>> Reporter: TRUMP SEEMED TO
ACCEPT THE IDEA THAT CANADA'S
NATO DEPLOYMENTS MAKE UP FOR ITS
LOW BUDGET, CALLING CANADA
ONLY SLIGHTLY DELINQUENT AS
OPPOSED TO, SAY, GERMANY.
>> President Donald Trump:
SOME ARE WAY BELOW 1% AND THAT'S
UNACCEPTABLE.
AND THEN IF SOMETHING HAPPENS
WE'RE SUPPOSED TO PROTECT THEM
AND IT'S NOT REALLY FAIR.
>> Reporter: IT'S NOT THE
FIRST TIME THAT TRUMP HAS
QUESTIONED WHETHER THE U.S.
WOULD DEFEND A NATO MEMBER THAT
DOESN'T PAY ENOUGH.
THOSE PUBLIC DOUBTS HAVE MADE
THIS SUMMIT UNUSUALLY TENSE.
AND THAT TENSION WAS ON
FULL DISPLAY AS TRUMP MET WITH
FRENCH PRESIDENT
EMMANUEL MACRON AND TALKED ABOUT
ISIS TERRORISTS HELD PRISONER IN
SYRIA.
>> President Donald Trump:
MANY ARE FROM GERMANY AND MANY
FROM GERMANY, MANY FOR THE U.K.
THEY'RE MOSTLY FROM EUROPE.
AND SOME OF THE COUNTRIES ARE
AGREEING -- I HAVE NOT SPOKEN TO
THE PRESIDENT ABOUT THAT, WOULD
YOU LIKE SOME NICE ISIS
FIGHTERS.
I CAN GIVE THEM TO YOU.
YOU COULD TAKE EVERY ONE THAT
YOU WANT.
>> LET'S BE SERIOUS.
THERE ARE FIGHTERS ON THE GROUND
AND FIGHTERS COMING FROM SYRIA
AND IRAQ.
>> Reporter: TRUMP'S APPROACH
STILL SURPRISES WORLD LEADERS.
THIS CANDID MOMENT WAS CAPTURED
AT AN EVENING RECEPTION.
SHOWING THAT TRUMP'S PRESENCE
LOOMS LARGE OVER THE ALLIANCE,
EVEN WHEN HE'S NOT IN THE ROOM.
EVAN DYER, CBC NEWS, LONDON.
>> Rosemary: TRUMP AND TRUDEAU
COVERED A LOT OF GROUND IN THAT
PHOTO-OP THAT TURNED INTO A
40-MINUTE NEWS CONFERENCE,
INCLUDING EFFORTS TO PASS THE
NEW NAFTA.
TRUMP INDICATED THAT IT'S BEING
HELD
UP IN WASHINGTON BY POLITICAL
OPPONENTS.
>> President Donald Trump:
WE'RE TRYING TO GET NANCY PELOSI
TO PUT IT UP FOR A VOTE.
BUT SO FAR SHE HASN'T DECIDED TO 
DO THAT.
>> Rosemary: THE U.S.
DEMOCRATS HAVE SIGNALLED THEY
WANT CHANGES TO PROTECT LABOUR
STANDARDS IN MEXICO, WHILE THE
WHITE HOUSE AND CANADA ARE EAGER
TO SEW IT UP BY YEAR END.
>> President Donald Trump: NO,
WE FIND A TREMENDOUS SECURITY
PROBLEM WITH RESPECT TO HUAWEI.
>> Rosemary: TRUMP REITERATED
HIS SUSPICIONS ABOUT THE CHINESE
TELECOM GIANT THAT IS EAGER TO
COLLABORATE ON WESTERN SECURITY
NETWORKS.
BUT, HE SAID, CANADA WOULD MAKE
ITS OWN
DECISION TO WORK WITH THE
COMPANY OR BAN IT LIKE OTHER
ALLIES HAVE.
OF COURSE, CHINA IS FURIOUS WITH
CANADA FOR ARRESTING A HUAWEI
EXECUTIVE ONE YEAR AGO AT THE
REQUEST OF THE UNITED STATES.
AND IT ARRESTED TWO CANADIANS IN
RESPONSE.
TRUMP MENTIONED AGAIN TODAY THAT
HE HAS SPOKEN TO CHINA ON BEHALF
OF THE PRISONERS.
TOMORROW ALL OF THE WORLD
LEADERS THERE WILL MEET AGAIN
FOR A
MORNING OF MEETINGS SO WE'LL
WATCH THAT CLOSELY TOO.
THAT IS IT FOR NOW FROM OTTAWA.
BACK TO TORONTO.
>> Adrienne: ALL RIGHT.
WHILE DONALD TRUMP IS AWAY, BACK
IN THE U.S., ALL EYES ARE ARE
SQUARELY ON THE IMPEACHMENT
PROCEEDINGS.
TONIGHT IN WASHINGTON, A VOTE TO
TAKE THE NEXT STEP AFTER A
SCATHING REPORT WAS RELEASED
LAYING OUT THE EVIDENCE AGAINST
HIM.
PAUL HUNTER HAS THE DETAILS.
>> Reporter: THE LANGUAGE IS
POINTED AND DAMNING,
HIGHLIGHTING STARK EVIDENCE OF
MISCONDUCT AND AN ALARMING
SCHEME THAT WAS DEEPLY UNETHICAL
AND DAMAGING TO DEMOCRACY.
>> THIS IS THE RESULT OF A
PRESIDENT WHO BELIEVES THAT HE
IS BEYOND INDICTMENT, BEYOND
IMPEACHMENT, BEYOND ANY FORM
OF ACCOUNTABILITY AND, INDEED,
ABOVE THE LAW.
THAT IS A VERY DANGEROUS THING
FOR THIS COUNTRY.
>> Reporter: IN THE FINAL
REPORT FROM THE FIRST STAGE OF
THE IMPEACHMENT PROCEEDINGS, THE
300 PAGES DETAIL THE BY NOW
FAMILIAR ALLEGATIONS AND
EVIDENCE AGAINST DONALD TRUMP.
THE PRESIDENT, IT SAYS, PLACED
HIS OWN PERSONAL AND POLITICAL
INTERESTS ABOVE THE NATIONAL
INTERESTS OF THE UNITED STATES.
IN SHORT, THAT HE WRONGLY TRIED
TO FORCE UKRAINE'S PRESIDENT
INTO DIGGING UP DIRT ON TRUMP
RIVAL JOE BIDEN FOR TRUMP'S OWN
BENEFIT.
AND THEN THAT TRUMP BLOCKED
EFFORTS TO INVESTIGATE THAT.
SAY DEMOCRATS, A CLEAR ABUSE OF
POWER.
THE EVIDENCE OF THE PRESIDENT'S
MISCONDUCT IS OVERWHELMING, SAYS
THE REPORT, AND SO TOO IS THE
EVIDENCE OF HIS OBSTRUCTION OF
CONGRESS.
>> THE QUESTION NOW IS WHAT DOES
CONGRESS DO ABOUT THIS.
>> Reporter: TONIGHT THE NEXT
STEP IN ANSWERING THAT AS
LAWMAKERS VOTED TO SEND IT ALL
TO FURTHER HEARINGS WITH OTHER
LAWMAKERS WHO WILL DECIDE
WHETHER TO NOW CHARGE TRUMP AND
IMPEACH HIM.
>> President Donald Trump: THE
IMPEACHMENT HOAX IS GOING
NOWHERE.
>> Reporter: EARLIER TRUMP, AS
HE DOES, SLAMMED THE PROCESS AND
THE DEMOCRAT WHO HAS BEEN
LEADING IT.
>> President Donald Trump: I
THINK THAT ADAM SCHIFF IS A
DERANGED HUMAN BEING.
I THINK THAT HE GREW UP WITH A
COUPLE REASONS THAT ARE OBVIOUS,
AND I THINK THAT HE'S A VERY
SICK MAN.
AND HE LIES.
>> Reporter: THE REPORT ITSELF
MAKES NO RECOMMENDATION ON
WHETHER TO IMPEACH, BUT ITS
UNDERLYING MESSAGE IS CLEAR --
THAT THE ACTIONS OF DONALD TRUMP
ARE UNACCEPTABLE AND DANGEROUS
AND OUGHT NOT TO GO UNPUNISHED.
PAUL HUNTER, CBC NEWS,
WASHINGTON.
>> Adrienne: THERE IS, BY THE
WAY, ONE LESS COMPETITOR TONIGHT
FOR THE DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL
NOMINATION.
KAMALA HARRIS HAS QUIT THE RACE,
BUT NOT THE BATTLE AGAINST
DONALD TRUMP.
>> ALTHOUGH I AM NO LONGER
RUNNING FOR PRESIDENT, I WILL DO
EVERYTHING IN MY POWER TO DEFEAT
DONALD TRUMP AND FIGHT FOR THE
FUTURE OF OUR COUNTRY.
>> Adrienne: HARRIS TRIED TO
BRING TOGETHER YOUNG
PROGRESSIVES AND MODERATE
VOTERS.
HER CAMPAIGN STARTED STRONG,
GAINING MAJOR ENDORSEMENT, BUT
LOST MOMENTUM AND FELL BEHIND IN
FUNDRAISING IN RECENT MONTHS AS
MORE CANDIDATES JOINED THE RACE.
THERE ARE STILL 15 PEOPLE
SEEKING THE NOMINATION.
>> Andrew: HERE AT HOME A
MAJOR MILESTONE FOR THE TRANS
MOUNTAIN PIPELINE EXPANSION.
AFTER MULTIPLE DELAYS,
CONSTRUCTION OF THAT
CONTROVERSY PROJECT BEGAN TODAY.
THE EXPANSION WILL TWIN THE
CURRENT PIPELINE AND MOVE CLOSE
TO 900,000 BARRELS OF CRUDE A
DAY FROM ALBERTA TO B.C.'S
COAST, NEARLY TRIPLING THE
CURRENT FLOW.
SO WELCOME NEWS FOR THE
PROVINCE'S STRUGGLING ENERGY
SECTOR.
BUT IT MAY NOT BE ENOUGH TO
QUELL THE ANGER.
ERIN COLLINS EXPLAINS WHY.
>> Reporter: IN THE HEART OF
THE ALBERTA OILPATCH, A EARLY
GIFT FOR THE ENERGY SECTOR.
>> YOU CAN SEE PIPE ON THE
GROUND.
AND WITHIN DAYS, MAYBE A COUPLE
WEEKS, THAT PIPE WILL BE IN THE
GROUND.
IT WILL BE IN THE GROUND BEFORE
CHRISTMAS.
>> Reporter: AFTER YEARS OF
BACK AND FORTH, THE COMPLETION
OF THE TRANS MOUNTAIN EXPANSION
IS NOW IN SIGHT.
THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT
PAID $4.5 BILLION FOR THIS
PROJECT IN 2018, JUST TO KEEP IT
ALIVE.
>> IT'S AN IMPORTANT DAY FOR THE
ENERGY SECTOR IN THIS COUNTRY.
THERE'S BEEN, I KNOW, NAYSAYERS
AND THERE'S NO BETTER WAY TO PUT
THAT TO REST THAN TO SAY LOOK
AROUND YOU.
THIS IS BEING BUILT.
>> Reporter: THIS PROJECT IS
STILL FACING A COURT CHALLENGE
BY SEVERAL B.C. FIRST NATIONS.
BUT THE HOPE HERE IS THAT THIS
PIPELINE WILL BE COMPLETED,
OPENING UP NEW MARKETS AND
BOOSTING PRICES FOR ALBERTA OIL.
FRUSTRATION OVER PIPELINE DELAYS
HAS BEEN A SOURCE OF TENSION
BETWEEN ALBERTA AND OTTAWA.
IN PART LEADING TO THE LAUNCH OF
ALBERTA'S FAIR DEAL PANEL WHICH
KICKED OFF IN EDMONTON TONIGHT.
>> WE'RE GOING THROUGH A BIT OF
A BUST AFTER A VERY LONG BOOM,
AND PEOPLE DON'T FEEL
APPRECIATED FOR WHAT WE'RE
CONTRIBUTING.
>> Reporter: ALSO ON THE
AGENDA HERE, ALBERTA'S
RELATIONSHIP WITH OTTAWA ON
EVERYTHING FROM PENSIONS AND
TRANSFER PAYMENTS TO PROVINCIAL
POLICING.
IT HAS BEEN A GOOD WEEK FOR THE
PRO-PIPELINE CROWD.
ON SUNDAY, THE CANADIAN PORTION
OF ENBRIDGE'S LINE THREE
PIPELINE WENT INTO SERVICE.
AND IF THE T.M.X. EXPANSION IS
FINALLY BUILT, SOME SAY THAT
ALBERTA ANGER MAY FADE FOR NOW.
>> THAT CONSTANTLY PRESENT SENSE
OF UNFAIRNESS OR ALIENATION, IT
RISES, IT FALLS.
IT LAXES, IT WANES.
AND I THINK THAT WE'LL PROBABLY
SEE IT DIMINISH.
>> Reporter: OF COURSE THAT
FRUSTRATION COULD ALWAYS FLARE
UP AGAIN.
DESPITE THE START OF
CONSTRUCTION, THE T.M.X.
EXPANSION STILL FACES HURDLES.
ERIN COLLINS, CBC NEWS, CALGARY.
>> Andrew: SOME AIR CANADA
PASSENGERS SAY THEY'RE GETTING A
ROUGH RIDE, NOT DURING THE
FLIGHTS, BUT BEFORE.
AND AS SIMON NAKONECHNY FOUND
OUT, DEALING WITH CUSTOMER
SERVICE IS LEAVING FLIERS AS
FRUSTRATED.
>> RIGHT, AIRLINE OF THE YEAR.
>> Reporter: MYRIAM CARR
SHELLED OUT OVER $7,000 FOR AN
AIR CANADA FLIGHT PATH.
SHE WANTED TO TAKE HER SON AND
THE FAMILY ON A VACATION TO
FLORIDA, BUT WHEN SHE TRIED TO
BOOK ONLINE, MULTIPLE ERROR
MESSAGES.
SO SHE PICKED UP THE PHONE.
>> AIR CANADA HAS RECENTLY
ADOPTED A NEW RESERVATION SYSTEM
AND CALL VOLUMES ARE HIGHER THAN
NORMAL.
OUR AGENTS ARE ASSISTING OTHER
CUSTOMERS AT PRESENT AND I
APOLOGISE THAT WE CANNOT PLACE
YOU ON HOLD.
>> WE DIALED IT A FEW TIMES, A
COUPLE TIMES WE DIDN'T -- WE
WERE ACTUALLY PUT ON HOLD.
ONE TIME WE WERE PUT ON HOLD FOR
TWO HOURS.
AND THEN ALL OF A SUDDEN YOU
HEAR CLICK AND THE PHONE GOES
DEAD.
>> Reporter: AFTER A HUGE
NUMBER OF DELAYS AND
CANCELLATIONS THERE WAS A WAVE
OF CUSTOMER COMPLAINTS ONLINE.
WITH A COMMON HEADACHE -- THEY
CAN'T GET THROUGH TO AIR CANADA.
>> WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU CALL?
>> I COULDN'T GET NOBODY.
I WAS JUST ON HOLD, ON HOLD, ON
HOLD FOREVER.
>> Reporter: AIR CANADA DENIES
ITS NEW RESERVATION SYSTEM IS
CAUSING BOOKING DELAYS.
IT SAYS THAT THE SYSTEM IS
FUNCTIONING AS EXPECTED.
IT BLAMES BAD WEATHER IN
TORONTO FOR THE INCREASING CALL
VOLUME AND SOCIAL MEDIA TRAFFIC.
THAT'S COLD COMFORT FOR JOANNA
BROWN.
SHE'S BEEN STUCK IN TORONTO
SINCE HER FLIGHT TO CINCINNATI
WAS CANCELLED LAST NIGHT.
>> I WENT OVER TO THE AIR CANADA
CUSTOMER SERVICE AND THEY SAID
>> I WENT OVER TO THE AIR CANADA
CUSTOMER SERVICE AND THEY SAID
TO GO TO ANOTHER AREA.
WE WAITED THERE FOR AN HOUR AND
A HALF BEFORE ANYONE ACTUALLY
SHOWED UP TO HELP US.
AND WE WAITED FOR ANOTHER FOUR
TO FIVE HOURS TO GET ANOTHER
HOTEL BOOKED.
AND THEY REFUSED TO BOOK US ON
NEW FLIGHTS.
>> Reporter: TODAY SHE GAVE UP
AND BOOKED A TICKET HOME ON
DELTA.
>> I WOULD GIVE AIR CANADA A
ZERO OUT OF 10.
>> BE ACCOUNTABLE, DO SOMETHING.
>> Reporter: CARLE SAYS THAT
SHE JUST WANTS TO TALK TO
SOMEONE, ANYONE AT THE AIRLINE.
BUT FOR NOW THERE'S NOT MUCH
THAT YOU CAN DO EXCEPT TO HANG
UP AND TRY HER CALL AGAIN.
SIMON NAKONECHNY, CBC NEWS,
ST.-LAZARE, QUร‰BEC.
>> Adrienne: THE FORMER NHL
PLAYER WHOSE STORY OF ABUSE
SPARKED A NATIONAL CONVERSATION
ABOUT HOCKEY CULTURE SAYS THAT
HE'S EXPECTING A BIG CHANGE.
AKIM ALIU MET WITH TOP NHL
EXECUTIVES TODAY, INCLUDING
COMMISSIONER GARY BETTMAN.
>> I THINK THAT THERE'S SOME BIG 
CHANGE COMING.
AND IT'S LONG OVERDUE.
AND I'M EXCITED TO SEE
IT COME TO FRUITION.
>> Adrienne: ALIU'S STORY OF
BEING SUBJECTED TO RACIAL SLURS
IN THE LOCKER ROOM LED TO THE
RESIGNATION OF CALGARY FLAMES'
COACH BILL PETERS.
AND WITH ABUSE ALLEGATIONS BEING
LEVELED AGAINST OTHER COACHES
LIKE MIKE CRAWFORD AND MIKE
BABCOCK, THE LEAGUE IS
CONDUCTING A BROADER REVIEW.
AS KAREN PAULS REPORTS,
THE ACCUSATIONS HAVE SHONE A
SPOTLIGHT ON COACHING PRACTICES
AT ALL LEVELS OF THE GAME.
>> Reporter: THIS ISN'T QUITE
THE NHL... BUT REVELATIONS ABOUT
INAPPROPRIATE COACHING BEHAVIOUR
THERE ARE TOP OF MIND FOR PEOPLE
HERE.
>> ANYTHING THAT HAPPENS IN THE
NHL AFFECTS EVERYTHING.
SO PEOPLE HAVE HIGHER
EXPECTATIONS.
>> I WANT TO START WITH JUST
THANKING EVERYONE FOR THEIR
SUPPORT.
>> Reporter: IN THE LAST WEEK,
SEVERAL PLAYERS HAVE COME
FORWARD WITH ALLEGATIONS AGAINST
COACHES.
THE LATEST JOHANNES FRANZMAN WHO 
ALLEGES MIKE BABCOCK WOULD
BERATE HIM.
IT GOT SO BAD THAT HE SAID THAT
HE WAS SCARED TO GO TO THE RINK.
>> I THINK THAT IT'S WAY
OVERDUE, THAT
PEOPLE GET SYNTHESIZED TO IT.
>> Reporter: AS A SPORTS
PERFORMANCE PSYCHOLOGIST, HE
HEARD STORIES OF ABUSIVE
COACHES.
AS A HOCKEY DAD, HE SAW IT TOO.
HIS DAUGHTER JENNIFER
REPRESENTED CANADA IN FOUR
WINTER OLYMPICS.
AFTER PLAYING IN THE NHL, HIS
SON JASON IS NOW G.M. OF THE
BUFFALO SABRES.
>> EVERYBODY WANTS TO BE THE
BEST THEY CAN BE, AND YOU CAN
SELL THEM ON DEMANDING.
BUT WHEN YOU DEMEAN THEM AS A
PERSON, IT HURTS.
>> WE DON'T HAVE OUR BEST DAYS
EVERY DAY BUT WE TRY TO DO THE
BEST THAT WE CAN.
>> Reporter: DEAN COURT HAS
COACHED FOR YEARS AND HIS SONS
PLAY HIGH-LEVEL HOCKEY AND HE
SAYS THAT GOOD COACHING IS A LOT
LIKE GOOD PARENTING.
>> WE HAVE TO BE FIRM WITH
PLAYERS AND THESE ARE ATHLETES.
YOU KNOW, THEY'RE PREMIERE
ATHLETES THAT ARE TRYING TO
BECOME BETTER THAN THEY
PRESENTLY ARE.
SO FOR A CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT,
YOU KNOW, WE PUT ACCOUNTABILITY
ON THEM.
>> Reporter: IN A STATEMENT
TODAY THE NHL COACHES'
ASSOCIATION SAID "WHILE COACHING
PHILOSOPHIES MAY DIFFER, THERE
ARE LINES THAT CANNOT BE CROSSED
AND THERE IS CERTAINLY NO ROOM
IN THE NHL OR ANYWHERE ELSE FOR
ABUSIVE BEHAVIOUR OF ANY KIND."
PARENTS AND COACHES SAY THAT THE
NHL HAS AN OPPORTUNITY TO SEND A
VERY STRONG MESSAGE NOW AND THEY
HOPE THAT A CULTURE OF FEAR AND
INTIMIDATION WILL SOON JUST BE A
PART OF YESTERDAY'S PLAYBOOK.
KAREN PAULS, CBC NEWS, WINNIPEG.
>> Andrew: RCMP OFFICERS FACE
RISKS ON THE JOB ALL THE TIME,
BUT NOW A MONTH-LONG
RADIO-CANADA INVESTIGATION
REVEALS ONE OF THEIR TRAINING
FACILITIES MAY HAVE POSED A
SERIOUS HEALTH RISK.
BRIGITTE BUREAU LED THE
INVESTIGATION AND LEARNED THAT
THE NOW DEMOLISHED FACILITY WAS
RIDDLED WITH CONTAMINANTS.
>> I REMEMBER BEING SICK EVERY
TIME THAT I TRAINED HERE.
>> Reporter: ON THIS LOT IN
KEMPTVILLE SOUTH OF OTTAWA, A
TRAINING CENTRE FOR A COVERT
RCMP SQUAD USED TO STAND.
THIS RCMP OFFICER WHO WE ARE
CALLING "MIKE" TO PROTECT HIS
IDENTITY, TRAINED HERE FOR
MONTHS IN 2004.
>> AS YOU WALKED IN YOU WOULD
SMELL THE MOULD FROM THE
BASEMENT.
IT WAS ALMOST SICKENING.
THERE WAS LITERALLY HUNDREDS OF
DEAD FLIES IN OUR ROOMS.
>> Reporter: FROM 1998 UNTIL
IT CLOSED IN 2006, THIS BUNKER
SERVED AS A SCHOOL FOR RECRUITS
TASKED WITH INSTALLING
SURVEILLANCE EQUIPMENT FOR
UNDERCOVER INVESTIGATIONS.
>> WE WORKED IN THE CEILINGS.
WE HAD TO DRILL INTO CONCRETE,
CUT INTO DRYWALL.
>> Reporter: WHAT SOME RCMP
OFFICERS DIDN'T KNOW IS THAT
THIS BUILDING WAS CONTAMINATED
WITH LEAD IN THE WATER AND
PAINT, ASBESTOS IN THE WALLS,
SILICONE IN THE CEMENT, AND
TOXIC MOULDS, ACCORDING TO THE
INSPECTION REPORTS, THAT SPANNED
A DECADE.
>> AN X-RAY INDICATED A LUMP ON
MY LUNG.
I HAD SURGERY.
>> Reporter: MIKE ALMOST DIED
IN 2010 FROM A LUNG INFECTION
CAUSED BY A FUNGUS THAT HAS
DOCTOR BLAMED DIRECTLY ON THE
BUILDING.
THROUGH OUR INVESTIGATION WE
HAVE IDENTIFIED AT LEAST SIX
MEMBERS OF THE RCMP WHO DIED
PREMATURELY OF NEUROLOGICAL
DISEASE OR CANCERS AND WHO
TRAINED AT THE KEMPTVILLE
CENTRE.
>> WE HAVE KNOWN FOR YEARS THAT
CERTAIN HEAVY METALS SUCH AS
MANGANESE AND LEAD CAN AFFECT
THE MOTOR SYSTEM.
>> Reporter: THIS NEUROLOGIST
TREATED ONE OF THE DECEASED
OFFICERS.
WITHOUT TOXOLOGY REPORTS IT'S
DIFFICULT TO MAKE A DIRECT LINK
TO THE BUILDING, BUT SAYS SOME
PEOPLE WHO ARE GENETICALLY
PREDISPOSED CAN GET SICK WHEN
EXPOSED TO HEAVY METALS AND
MOULD.
>> THE IMMUNE REACTION THAT
OCCURRED AFTER, SAY, ONE IS
EXPOSED TO DIFFERENT FUNGI OR
BACTERIA IN THE ENVIRONMENT.
>> WHAT I WANT IS THIS IS
PUBLICLY DISCLOSED SO PEOPLE CAN
UNDERSTAND WHAT DANGERS THEY
WERE EXPOSED TO WHILE THEY WERE
AT THAT BUILDING SITE.
>> Reporter: THE RCMP SAYS
THAT IT'S WILLING TO TAKE
FOLLOW-UP MEASURES IF NEEDED.
BUT IT ASSERTS THAT THE OFFICERS
WERE INFORMED AT THE TIME OF THE
PRESENCE OF CONTAMINANTS IN THE
BUILDING.
THAT'S NOT THE CASE, SAY A DOZEN
RCMP OFFICERS THAT WE SPOKE
WITH, MANY OF WHOM SUFFER FROM
HEALTH PROBLEMS SINCE TRAINING
IN KEMPTVILLE.
BRIGITTE BUREAU, RADIO-CANADA,
OTTAWA.
>> Adrienne: TIME FOR A QUICK
BAKE.
WE ARE BACK IN JUST TWO MINUTES
WITH MORE NEWS,
INCLUDING A RASH OF HIGH-END CAR
THEFTS BY HIGH-TECH THIEVES AND
A WARNING ABOUT SOME CAR
SECURITY SYSTEMS.
>> Andrew: AND, LATER, DOCTORS
AGREE THAT VAPING CAN BE HARMFUL
FOR YOUR LUNGS, BUT NOW DENTISTS
ARE SPEAKING OUT WITH THEIR OWN
CONCERNS.
WE CONTINUE OUR INVESTIGATION.
>> Ian: AND WE'RE WATCHING A
LOOMING MIDNIGHT DEADLINE THAT
COULD SHUT DOWN HUNDREDS OF
SCHOOLS ACROSS
>> Adrienne: WELCOME BACK.
MORE THAN A HUNDRED TRUCKS AND
S.U.V.s HAVE BEEN STOLEN IN
OTTAWA OVER THE LAST SEVERAL
MONTHS.
AND IT'S UNSETTLING TO LEARN HOW
SOME OF THESE CRIMINALS ARE
DOING IT.
STU MILLS SHOWS US WHY.
>> Reporter: SURVEILLANCE
VIDEO SHOWS IT DIDN'T TAKE LONG
FOR THIEVES TO CLIMB IN AND
DRIVE OFF IN A $60,000 TOYOTA
S.U.V.
PART OF THE SHOCK FOR ALAN LIN
WAS HOW BRAZEN THEY WERE.
>> ALL WITHIN A FEW SECONDS.
I THOUGHT THAT I WAS DREAMING.
I DIDN'T EVEN KNOW THAT IT WAS
POSSIBLE.
>> Reporter: LAST MONTH
THIEVES HIT NEIGHBOURHOODS RIGHT
ACROSS OTTAWA, MAKING OFF WITH
FOUR-RUNNERS AND HIGHLANDERS AND
TACOMA PICKUPS AND LEXUS
S.U.V.s.
IN ONE SUBURB NEIGHBOURHOOD,
THIEVES STOLE FOUR CARS IN ONE
NIGHT.
LIN DOESN'T WANT TO BE HIT AGAIN
SO HE'S TURNING TO A LOW-TECH
SOLUTION.
>> THAT'S THE FIRST THING THAT I
BOUGHT YESTERDAY, GOOD
OLD-FASHIONED STEERING WHEEL
LOCK.
>> Reporter: THIS CAR SECURITY
EXPERT SAYS THAT SOME THIEVES
ARE USING A BOOSTER TO EXTEND
THE REACH OF THE SIGNALS SENT
BETWEEN THE VEHICLE AND ITS KEY
FOB.
>> SO THE WAY THAT IT WORKS IS
ESSENTIALLY A THIEF WILL HAVE A
RADIO FREQUENCY AMPLIFIER AND
THEY'LL INCREASE THE SIGNAL
RANGE OF THE FACTORY O.E.M. KEY
FOB SO THAT THE DISTANCE THAT IT
TRANSMITS FROM IS INCREASED.
THEREBY, GIVING THEM ACCESS TO
THE VEHICLE.
>> Reporter: EVEN IF THAT KEY
IS SITTING BEHIND THE WALLS OF A
LOCKED HOUSE, THE BOOSTER TRICKS
THE CAR INTO THINKING THAT IT'S
SAFELY NEARBY.
>> WELL, MY KEYS WERE IN MY
PURSE IN THE BEDROOM.
HIS KEYS WERE ON THE KITCHEN
COUNTER.
NEITHER OF WHICH ARE ANYWHERE
CLOSE TO THE FRONT DOOR.
>> Reporter: THIS COUPLE LOST
A 2017 FOUR-RUNNER.
>> IF IT'S NOT RECOVERED AND WE
HAVE TO PURCHASE ANOTHER CAR I
FOR SURE WILL NOT HAVE ANOTHER
TOYOTA S.U.V.
>> Reporter: TOYOTA TOLD US
THAT YOU CAN ACTUALLY DISABLE
THE KEY FOB, HOLD DOWN THE LOCK
BUTTON,
PRESS THE UNLOCK BUTTON TWICE.
IF YOU DON'T WANT TO DO THAT,
TOYOTA HAS OTHER TIPS.
WHEN NOT IN USE PLACE YOUR FOB
INSIDE OF A RADIO-PROOF FARADAY
BAG.
INVEST IN YOUR OWN CAR ALARM AND
STEERING WHEEL LOCK.
AND IF POSSIBLE PARK YOUR
VEHICLE IN A LOCKED GARAGE.
STU MILLS, CBC NEWS, OTTAWA.
>> Andrew: OKAY, LET'S GO TO
OUR NATIONAL NEWSROOM IN
VANCOUVER WHERE IAN IS WATCHING
STORIES FROM ACROSS CANADA.
>> Ian: LET'S START WITH THE
LOOMING STRIKE DEADLINE FOR
PUBLIC TEACHERS IN ONTARIO.
THE PROVINCE'S EDUCATION
MINISTER AND TEACHERS' UNION
HELD BACK-TO-BACK NEWS
CONFERENCE THIS EVENING,
SIGNALLING NEGOTIATIONS ARE NOT
GOING WELL.
>> THE ONUS IS ON THEM TO BE
REASONABLE, TO STAY AT THE TABLE
AND TO CANCEL -- TO CANCEL THIS
NEEDLESS ESCALATION THAT IS
HURTING CHILDREN, PARENTS AND
FAMILIES IN THIS PROVINCE.
>> A SINGLE-DAY STRIKE DOESN'T
COME CLOSE TO THE KIND OF
DISRUPTION THAT THIS GOVERNMENT
WILL WREAK ON THE EDUCATION
SYSTEM IF THEY'RE ALLOWED TO GO
FORWARD WITH THEIR DESTRUCTIVE
PROPOSALS.
>> Ian: PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOL
TEACHERS HAVE BEEN WITHOUT A
CONTRACT SINCE AUGUST.
IF THERE'S NO DEAL BY MIDNIGHT
EASTERN, THEY'RE THREATENING TO
WALK OFF THE JOB TOMORROW.
AND THEY'RE PUSHING BACK AGAINST
A PLAN TO INCREASE CLASS SIZES
AND INTRODUCE MANDATORY
E-LEARNING COURSES.
>>> MORE THAN 20 FIREFIGHTERS
WILL HEAD TO AUSTRALIA TO HELP
TO FIGHT WILDFIRES.
SIX PEOPLE HAVE DIED AND
HUNDREDS OF HOMES HAVE BEEN
DESTROYED.
>>> LET'S TAKE A LOOK AT WHAT
SYDNEY WAS LIKE TODAY AS THE
SMOKE FROM A NEARBY BRUSH FIRE
BLANKETED MUCH OF THE REGION.
CANADA AND AUSTRALIA HAVE A
HISTORY OF HELPING EACH OTHER
DURING WILDFIRE SEASON.
>>> AN UPDATE TO A STORY THAT WE
TOLD YOU ABOUT LAST NIGHT.
OUR COLLEAGUES AT RADIO-CANADA
HAVE OBTAINED FOOTAGE MOMENTS
BEFORE AN APPARENT ROAD RAGE
SHOOTING IN MONTRร‰AL YESTERDAY.
POLICE ARE LOOKING FOR THE
DRIVER OF THAT WHITE CAR.
MOMENTS AFTER THE VIDEO WAS
TAKEN THE 23-YEAR-OLD DRIVER OF
THE DELIVERY VAN WAS SHOT.
HE'S GOING TO BE OKAY.
THE SUSPECT STILL ON THE RUN.
AND POLICE ARE HOPING THAT
SURVEILLANCE VIDEO FROM NEARBY
BUSINESSES WILL TURN UP A
LICENCE PLATE NUMBER.
>>> BILLIONAIRE ELON MUSK WAS IN
COURT TODAY FOR TWEETING, QUOTE
"PEDO GUY", THAT'S AN INTERIOR
STORY THAT WE'LL LOOK AT IN
ABOUT 10 MINUTES.
>> Adrienne: ALSO AHEAD
TONIGHT ON "THE NATIONAL," A
DEFENCEMAN LIVES UP TO HIS TITLE
OFF THE ICE MUCH.
>> I SAID, ALL RIGHT, DUDE, LAST
CHANCE, PUT THE BAG DOWN.
ETHIOPIA HOW HE FOILED AN
ATTEMPTED ROBBERY.
>> Andrew: FIRST, A GIANT IN
THE VAPING WORLD.
HOW JUUL CHANGED THE GAME AND
HELPED TO IGNITE A 
>> Adrienne: AFTER A SLIGHT
SLUMP LAST YEAR, VANCOUVER'S
REAL ESTATE MARKET IS BACK TO
BEING AS UNAFFORDABLE AS EVER.
AND THAT'S CREATING A HOUSING
CRISIS IN VANCOUVER.
BUT IT'S HAVING A RIPPLE EFFECT
IN SMALLER B.C. CITIES TOO.
FOR BOTH HOME BUYERS AND FOR THE
MOST VULNERABLE.
IT'S CREATED A TENSE SITUATION
IN SEVERAL CITIES, A STANDOFF OF
SORTS, BETWEEN THOSE LIVING ON
SORTS, BETWEEN THOSE LIVING ON
THE MARGINS AND THE REST OF THE
COMMUNITY.
IN KELOWNA LAST WEEK, A TENT
CITY WAS DISMANTLED BY POLICE
AND ITS RESIDENTS MOVED TO A
PARK BECAUSE THE LOCAL SHELTERS
ARE FULL.
ACTIVISTS ACCUSE SURREY OF
WAGING A WAR ON THE POOR.
THAT CITY USED HEAVY MACHINERY
TO CLEAR TENTS.
NANAIMO MOVED SOME RESIDENTS OF
THIS TENT CITY TO MODULAR
HOUSING, BUT ADMITS THAT IS JUST
A TEMPORARY FIX.
AND CLOSER TO VANCOUVER THE
CRISIS IS PARTICULARLY ACUTE.
CHRIS O'NEILL-YATES BRINGS US
THIS STORY FROM MAPLE RIDGE.
>> Reporter: JOE BOWMAN FOUND
SHELTER THIS DOORWAY ON THE
COLDEST NIGHT OF THE YEAR SO
FAR.
>> I KNEW THAT IT WAS PRETTY
SECLUDED.
>> Reporter: THREE YEARS AGO
HE LOST HIS JOB, SOON HIS
SAVINGS RAN OUT AND HE FOUND
HIMSELF WITHOUT A PLACE TO LIVE.
>> THERE'S JUST SO FEW HOUSING
OPPORTUNITIES AND SO MANY PEOPLE
LOOKING THAT THEY -- THE
LANDLORDS HAVE THE PICK OF THE
LITTER, RIGHT?
>> Reporter: LIVING ON THE
MARGINS IS TOUGH.
BOWMAN HAS BEEN CHARGED WITH
TRESPASSING AND HIS TENT TRASHED
BY LOCALS WHO WANTED HIM GONE.
>> THREATENED ME AND TOLD ME
THAT THEY'D PUT ME IN A HOLE AND
THAT NOBODY
WOULD EVER COME LOOKING BECAUSE
I'M A PIECE OF SHIT AND I'M NOT
WORTH LOOKING FOR.
TO GO OUT AND TO SEEK YOU OUT IN
THE COMMUNITY AND FILM AND YOU
BERATE YOU?
THAT'S ON ANOTHER LEVEL.
>> Reporter: BOWMAN LIVES IN
THE SMALL CITY OF MAPLE RIDGE,
AN HOUR FROM VANCOUVER.
PEOPLE PRICED OUT OF THE HOUSING
>> Reporter: BOWMAN LIVES IN
THE SMALL CITY OF MAPLE RIDGE,
AN HOUR FROM VANCOUVER.
PEOPLE PRICED OUT OF THE HOUSING
MARKET THERE COME HERE.
>> THROUGH CONDO CONSTRUCTION,
ENDLESS CONDO CONSTRUCTION.
>> Reporter: HOMELESS
ADVOCATES SAY THAT LOW-COST
RENTAL UNITS ARE DRYING UP HERE
TOO.
>> AND IF YOU CAN'T FIND A PLACE
THAT IS SIMILAR RENT TO WHAT YOU
ALREADY COULDN'T AFFORD, THEN
YOU'RE HOMELESS.
>> Reporter: TENSIONS HERE
HAVE REACHED A BOILING POINT.
>> PEOPLE COME HERE TO CARRY ON
DOING DRUGS AND BASICALLY RAPING
AND PILLAGING ALL OF OUR
COMMUNITY AND OUR BUSINESSES AND
THAT'S GOT TO STOP.
>> Reporter: THAT'S MAYOR MIKE
MORTEN LAST SPRING.
IN APRIL THE CITY GOT A COURT
ORDER TO DISMANTLE A TENT CITY.
LAST MONTH THEY BANNED
PANHANDLING.
THE MAYOR TURNED DOWN A REQUEST
FOR AN INTERVIEW.
>> IT CRIMINALIZES PEOPLE WHO
ARE HOMELESS AND PEOPLE
STRUGGLING WITH POVERTY.
>> Reporter: KIERSTEN DUNCAN
WAS THE ONLY COUNCILLOR TO VOTE
AGAINST THE BAN.
>> WE HAVE A LOT OF PEOPLE,
UNFORTUNATELY, THAT ARE VERY
FRUSTRATED AND VERY ANGRY.
AND OTHERS WHO JUST DON'T HAVE
COMPASSION
OR EMPATHY OR UNDERSTANDING FOR
THE ISSUE.
>> Reporter: EXPERTS SAY THAT
MUNICIPALITIES ARE LARGELY LEFT
TO DEAL WITH THE PROBLEM ON
THEIR OWN, OVERLOADING THE
SYSTEMS ALREADY STRETCHED THIN.
>> AND THAT'S CHALLENGING FOR
ANY CITY AND MAYBE MORE
CHALLENGING FOR SMALLER CITIES
THAT DON'T HAVE A SPECIAL
PLANNING KIND OF CULTURE, THAT
MAYBE DON'T HAVE THE HOUSING
INFRASTRUCTURE THAT A PLACE LIKE
VANCOUVER MIGHT HAVE.
>> Reporter: BOWMAN IS
PHILOSOPHICAL ABOUT THE ANGER
THAT HE FACES.
>> THERE ARE SO MANY PEOPLE ON
THE VERGE OF BEING HOMELESS
THEMSELVES THAT THEY DON'T KNOW
HOW TO DEAL WITH THAT.
SO THEY'RE LASHING OUT.
>> Reporter: FOR NOW THOUGH
HIS BIGGEST CONCERN IS GETTING
THROUGH ANOTHER COLD NIGHT.
CHRIS O'NEILL-YATES, CBC NEWS,
MAPLE RIDGE, BRITISH COLUMBIA.
>> Andrew: AND UP NEXT WE
CONTINUE OUR INVESTIGATION INTO
VAPING.
WITH NEW RESEARCH INTO THE WAY
THAT IT CAN EFFECT YOUR TEETH
AND GUMS.
IS IT ACTUALLY ALMOST AS BAD AS
SMOKING?
(*)
>> Ian: WELCOME BACK.
ONE OF THE
INTERNATIONAL STORIES THAT WE'RE
WATCHING TONIGHT IS IN THE
PHILIPPINES WHERE IT'S ALREADY
WEDNESDAY AND THE CLEANUP IS
ALREADY UNDERWAY AFTER A DEADLY
TYPHOON.
AT LEAST FOUR PEOPLE ARE DEAD
AFTER THE STORM BROUGHT VIOLENT
WINDS AND RAIN.
IN PLACES THE GUSTS REACHED 235
km/h, DAMAGING BUILDINGS AND
BRINGING DOWN TREES.
HALF A MILLION PEOPLE ARE OUT OF
THEIR HOMES.
>>> SWEDISH ACTIVIST GRETA
THUNBERG ARRIVED BACK ON
EUROPEAN SHORES WITH A MESSAGE
FOR WORLD LEADERS.
>> WE ARE RUNNING OUT OF TIME.
AND WE ARE WORKING WITH THE
YOUNGER GENERATION AND WATCHING
YOU AND WE WILL MAKE SURE THAT
YOU ACTUALLY MOVE FORWARD.
>> Ian: THUNBERG SAILED INTO
LISBON AFTER A THREE-WEEK
CATAMARAN VOYAGE ACROSS THE
ATLANTIC.
SHE'S NOW ON THE WAY TO MADRID
FOR A CLIMATE SUMMIT.
>>> AND BILLIONAIRE ELON MUSK'S
DEVOTE HAS LANDED HIM IN A LOS
ANGELES COURTROOM.
THE TESLA FOUNDER IS BEING SUED
FOR DEFAMATION
AFTER CALLING A BRITISH CAVE
EXPLORER GUIDE "PEDO GUY", SHORT
FOR PEDOPHILE.
IT ALL STEMS FROM A 2018 RACE
BETWEEN MUSK AND VERNON UNSWORTH
TO RESCUE A YOUNG SOCCER TEAM
THAT HAD BEEN TRAPPED BY RISING
WATERS IN A CAVE IN THAILAND.
THE TWO MEN PUBLICLY DISPARAGED
EACH OTHER'S EFFORTS.
MUSK'S LAWYERS ARGUED TODAY THAT
THE TWEET WAS A GENERIC INSULT
AND NOT AN ATTEMPT TO PAINT HIS
OPPONENT AS A PEDOPHILE.
>>> THAT'S IT FOR NOW FROM
VANCOUVER.
NOW BACK TO TORONTO.
>> Andrew: THIS WEEK CBC NEWS
IS DIGGING INTO VAPING AND HOW
IT AFFECTS YOUR HEALTH, FROM THE
POLICIES TO THE INDUSTRY
FAILURES, WE ARE EXAMINING HOW
WHAT STARTED AS A POSSIBLE FIX
FOR SMOKING BECAME ITSELF
DANGEROUSLY ADDICTIVE, STILL
FULL OF UNKNOWNS AND ATTRACTING
MILLIONS OF NEW USERS.
LAST NIGHT WE TOOK A CLOSER LOOK
AT WHAT CANADIANS ARE INHALING
WHEN THEY VAPE.
WHAT WE FOUND POTENTIALLY IS
HARMFUL CHEMICALS IN SEVERAL
NICOTINE VAPING LIQUIDS.
>> NO ONE SUGGESTED THAT IT WAS
BENIGN.
>> Andrew: SO IS VAPING A
SAFER ALTERNATIVE?
IT TURNS OUT THAT WE DON'T
ACTUALLY KNOW.
AND EVEN MORE CONCERNING, IT'S
ATTRACTING
A GENERATION OF NON-SMOKERS.
ONE IN FOUR CANADIAN HIGH SCHOOL
STUDENTS RECENTLY SAID THEY'VE
VAPED IN THE LAST MONTH.
AND THAT NUMBER IS ON THE RISE.
>> HOW MANY OF YOU KNOW SOMEONE
WHO VAPED?
OKAY.
>> Andrew: THAT'S BECAUSE THE
MARKETING IS TARGETING THEM.
BIG TOBACCO IS NOW BIG VAPE.
BUT THE REGULATIONS, THEY
HAVEN'T CAUGHT UP.
AND TONIGHT WE LOOK AT ANOTHER
HEALTH IMPACT -- WHAT VAPING CAN
DO TO YOUR TEETH.
AS CHRISTINE BIRAK EXPLAINS, THE
RISKS QUITE SIMILAR TO SMOKING
AND THE DAMAGE IRREVERSIBLE.
>> Reporter: HAVE YOU HEARD
ANYTHING ABOUT TEETH, THE EFFECT
THAT VAPING HAS ON YOUR TEETH?
>> NO, I DIDN'T.
I DON'T KNOW ANYTHING WHAT IT
DOES TO YOUR TEETH.
>> IS THERE SOMETHING DIFFERENT?
>> Reporter: HERE'S WHAT
SCIENTISTS ARE FINDING.
>> WE EXTRACTED THESE FROM
DONORS.
>> Reporter: AT THIS LAB AT
LAVAL UNIVERSITY, RESEARCHERS
TOOK CELLS FROM A HEALTHY MOUSE
AND EXPOSED THEM TO
e-CIGARETTES OR VAPE PRODUCTS.
PROFESSOR RABIA EXPECTED THAT
VAPING WOULD BE MUCH LESS
HARMFUL THAN SMOKING.
>> WHEN WE DID THE FIRST
EXPERIMENTS WE WERE NOT POSITIVE
SO WE FOUND SOMETHING WHICH IS A
LITTLE BIT STRANGE.
>> Reporter: RESULTS SHOWED
THAT e-CIGARETTE VAPOUR LED TO
CELL DEATH AFTER JUST TWO OR
THREE EXPOSURES.
COMPARATIVELY, NOT AS BAD AS
SMOKING, BUT CLEARLY HARMFUL.
REPEATED EXPERIMENTS CONFIRMED
IT AND ALSO FOUND THAT VAPING
DELAYED WOUND HEALING IN THE
MOUTH.
>> YOU SEE THESE BLUE DOTS HERE?
THIS MEANS THAT THE CELLS ARE
DYING.
WHEN WE DID THAT EXPERIMENT AND
WE SAW THAT THERE'S SOME DAMAGE,
WE MOVED ON FROM POSITIVE
FEELING TO REAL NEGATIVE
FEELING.
>> Reporter: WE KNOW THAT
SMOKING TRADITIONAL CIGARETTES
CAUSES DISEASE AND DAMAGE TO THE
MOUTH WITH A LIST OF CONDITIONS,
RANGING FROM STAINED TEETH AND
CAVITIES TO GUM DISEASE, COATED
TONGUE AND ORAL CANCER.
BUT DENTISTS SAY THAT VAPING
ISN'T FAR OFF.
>> A LOT OF THE DAMAGE THAT'S
BEEN CAUSED HERE IS
IRREVERSIBLE.
AND THE EFFECTS THAT VAPING
HAS...
>> Reporter: DR. MICHAEL
GLOGOWER IS
SEEING THE EFFECTS FIRSTHAND.
>> THIS IS A HEALTHY MOUTH AND
YOU HAVE NICE PINK GUM TISSUE
AND NICE CLEAN TEETH.
>> Reporter: AND THEN ADD
HEAT, FLAVOURED VAPE CHEMICALS
AND NICOTINE.
>> DOWN HERE ON A PATIENT THAT
IS VAPING SIGNIFICANTLY YOU CAN
SEE RECESSION WHERE THE GUM
TISSUE IS BEING DESTROYED OR
KILLED BY THE CHEMICALS IN THE
VAPING SOLUTION.
>> Reporter: VAPING IS TOO NEW
TO KNOW THE LONG-TERM EFFECTS.
DR. GLOGOWER EXPECTS THAT TELL
TAKE THE HEAVIEST TOLL ON YOUNG
PEOPLE.
>> SO SOMEBODY WHO CAN START AT
AGE 18.
BY THE TIME THEY'RE 21, THEY
COULD HAVE A SIGNIFICANT
RECESSION AND STAIN BUILDUP ON
THE TEETH.
>> Reporter: THAT'S NEWS TO
SOME VAPOURS.
>> I IMAGINE THAT THERE COULD BE
A PROBLEM BECAUSE IT'S STILL
COLOURED JUICE.
>> Reporter: WHILE VAPING MAY
MEAN FEWER HARMS FOR AN
EX-SMOKER, IT'S UNLEASHING NEW
HARMS ON PEOPLE WHO MIGHT NEVER
HAVE PICKED UP A CIGARETTE.
CHRISTINE BIRAK, CBC NEWS,
TORONTO.
CHRISTINE BIRAK, CBC NEWS,
TORONTO.
>> Andrew: SO AS WE CONTINUE
TO LEARN ABOUT THE HEALTH
IMPACTS OF VAPING, THE BACKLASH
AGAINST THE COMPANIES BEHIND
e-CIGARETTES IS GROWING.
TAKE JUUL AS AN EXAMPLE.
IT'S A NAME THAT A LOT OF US HAD
NOT EVEN HEARD OF A YEAR AGO AND
NOW IT'S EVERYWHERE.
AARON SALTZMAN TRACKED THE
COMPANY'S MEDIORIC RISE AND HOW
SINCE IT HANDLES ITS CRITICS.
>> WE STARTED THIS PROJECT WITH
THE FIRM BELIEF THAT INNOVATION
COULD ADDRESS ALL OF THE
PROBLEMS ASSOCIATED WITH SMOKING 
SMOKING.
>> IF WE BUILD A PRODUCT THAT IS
BETTER THAN CIGARETTES, THAT'S
ONE THING.
PEOPLE WANT TO MOVE PAST
CIGARETTES.
>> Reporter: JUUL, THE MOST
SUCCESSFUL MAKER OF ELECTRONIC
CIGARETTES.
>> SO JUUL REVOLUTIONIZED
VAPING.
>> Reporter: A TRIUMPH OF
TECHNOLOGY THAT CRITICS SAY THAT 
SPARK A MASSIVE PUBLIC HEALTH
CRISIS.
>> AFTER YEARS OF STEADY
DECLINE, YOUTH NICOTINE USE HAS
SUDDENLY
REVERSED COURSE, SEEMINGLY
OVERNIGHT.
>> JUUL MUST BE HELD TO ACCOUNT
FOR THE EPIDEMIC THAT IT'S
CREATED.
>> I DON'T THINK THAT THEY WERE
EVER ANTI-TOBACCO.
I THINK THAT THEY WERE PRO THEM
MAKING A LOT OF MONEY.
>> Reporter: THEY MADE
BILLIONS, BECAUSE JUUL SUCCEEDED
WHERE THE TOBACCO INDUSTRY
COULDN'T.
IT MADE AN OLD ADDICTION NEW AND
COOL AND PRODUCED SOMETHING EVEN
BETTER T
WHERE THE TOBACCO INDUSTRY
COULDN'T.
IT MADE AN OLD ADDICTION NEW AND
COOL AND PRODUCED SOMETHING EVEN
BETTER THAN CIGARETTES AT
DELIVERING NICOTINE.
>> WELCOME TO WHERE WE DO A LOT
OF OUR PRE-CLINICAL
AEROSOL TESTING.
>> Reporter: FOR DECADES,
TOBACCO COMPANIES HAVE BEEN
SPENDING MILLIONS TRYING TO COME
UP WITH A PRODUCT THAT IS LESS
HARMFUL THAN CIGARETTES.
UP WITH A PRODUCT THAT IS LESS
HARMFUL THAN CIGARETTES.
HERE AT BRITISH AMERICAN
TOBACCO'S LARGEST RESEARCH AND
DEVELOPMENT FACILITY, THEY HAVE
ADAPTED THEIR MACHINES TO BE
ABLE TO TEST ELECTRONIC
CIGARETTES.
>> OBVIOUSLY, THERE'S A LOT OF
INVESTMENT BEING DONE HERE, ON
R.R.P., CALLED REDUCED RISK
PRODUCTS.
OUR OBJECTIVE IS TO BRING LESS
HARMFUL PRODUCTS TO CONSUMERS
AROUND THE WORLD.
>> Reporter: THE RESULT IS
NAMES LIKE VIKYE AND ALTO, SOME
OF THE NEXT GENERATION PRODUCTS
OUT THERE.
BUT OF THE DOZENS OF, SICK RITES
ON THE MARKET, NONE COMES CLOSE
TO MATCHING THE MARKET SHARE OF
JUUL.
SO HOW DID THEY DO IT?
THE STORY OF JUUL BEGINS WITH
TWO STANFORD UNIVERSITY
STUDENTS, BOTH SMOKERS WANTING
TO QUIT.
JAMES MONSEES AND ADAM BOWEN
WERE LOOKING FOR A WAY TO GET A
NICOTINE FIX WITHOUT SUCKING
CARCINOGENS FROM A CIGARETTE.
BUT NICOTINE TASTES AWFUL.
IT'S BITTER AND BURNS THE
THROAT.
JUUL FOUND A WAY TO MAKE HIGH
DOSES OF NICOTINE PALATABLE.
>> SO BEFORE JUUL TYPICALLY AN
e-CIGARETTE HAD 1% OR 2%
NICOTINE AND IF HAD 3%, IT WAS
FOR THE TWO PACK A DAY SMOKER.
JUUL'S NICOTINE IS THREE TIMES
MORE CONCENTRATED.
>> YOU HAVE FIVE MINUTES.
>> Reporter: ROBERT JACKLER
WAS ONE OF THE FIRST TO SOUND AN
ALARM, TESTIFYING BEFORE U.S.
CONGRESS ABOUT WHAT HE CALLED A
NEW NICOTINE ARMS RACE, WHERE
THE MOST POWERFUL WEAPON LOOKED
ANYTHING BUT.
>> IT'S SMALL AND RECTANGULAR
AND IT LOOKS LIKE U.S.B. FLASH
DRIVE.
SO IF IT'S LEFT ON THE BEDSIDE
TABLE OF A TEENAGER, A PARENT
WOULDN'T RECOGNIZE IT AS A
VAPING DEVICE.
>> Reporter: THEN THERE WAS
JUUL'S ADVERTISING, FEATURING A
HOST OF YOUNG-LOOKING MODELS.
MULTIPLE STUDIES FOUND THAT
JUUL'S ADS ANDONLINE PRESENCE
APPEALED TO YOUNG PEOPLE.
AN ECONOMIST PUBLISHED A PAPER
WHO HE CALLED JUUL'S
YOUTH-ORIENTED MARKETING.
INCLUDING A SOCIAL MEDIA
CAMPAIGN THAT HE SAID THAT LED
DIRECTLY TO INCREASED SALES.
>> WELL, JUUL CLAIMED TO HAVE
ALWAYS CLAIMED THAT THEIR
TARGETED AUDIENCE IS THE ADULT
SMOKERS.
BUT BASED ON THEIR MARKETING AND
THE CONTENT OF MARKETING AND
WHERE THEY MARKETED THEIR
PRODUCTS, I DON'T BELIEVE WHAT
THEY CLAIM IS CONSISTENT WITH
THEIR ACTUAL MARKETING
PRACTICES.
>> Reporter: WITH CRITICS
SLAMMING THE COMPANY AND
PRESSURE FROM REGULATORS
MOUNTING, JUUL RESPONDED.
IT STOPPED USING ALMOST ALL
SOCIAL MEDIA.
IT DROPPED FLAVOURS, ALTHOUGH
ONLY IN THE U.S.
AND IT ANNOUNCED THAT IT WOULD
SPEND $30 MILLION TO HELP TO
PREVENT YOUTH FROM USING ITS
PRODUCTS.
MANY OF THOSE CHANGES CAME AS
THE COMPANY'S EXPLOSIVE GROWTH
WAS ABOUT TO HIT A NEW LEVEL.
BY 2018, JUUL HAD GONE FROM
VIRTUAL UNKNOWN TO THE LARGEST
RETAIL e-CIGARETTE BRAND IN
THE U.S.
IN JUST THREE YEARS.
AT ONE POINT JUUL HAD MORE THAN
70% OF THE MARKET.
LAST YEAR ALTRIA, ONE OF THE
WORLD'S LARGEST TOBACCO
COMPANIES, PAID NEARLY
$13 BILLION FOR A 35% STAKE IN
JUUL.
JUUL WAS SUDDENLY MORE VALUABLE
THAN FORD.
A VALUE FINANCIAL ANALYST IAN
BUTLER SAYS THAT IS BASED ON A
GROWTH RATE THAT COMES FROM NOT
ATTRACTING ADULT SMOKERS BUT NEW
USERS.
>> IT CAN'T JUST BE PEOPLE
SWITCHING.
>> Reporter: IT CAN'T?
NOT FOR THE VALUATION, NO WAY.
THEY'RE NOT ONLY BASING THAT ON
CAPTURING FORMER ALTRIA
CUSTOMERS, SO TO SPEAK.
>> Reporter: THIS PAST SUMMER,
THOUSANDS OF STUDENTS PROTESTED
OUTSIDE OF JUUL OFFICES ACROSS
THE U.S.
>> THEY ARE REALLY ANGRY.
>> Reporter: THE TRUTH
INITIATIVE, A NON-PROFIT
ANTI-TOBACCO ORGINISATION,
HELPED TO ORGANIZE THE PROTESTS.
>> WITHOUT JUUL WE WOULDN'T HAVE
THE EPIDEMIC THAT WE HAVE NOW.
THEY KNEW THAT KIDS WERE USING
IT AND THEY KNEW THAT THEIR
MARKETING STRATEGY WAS GEARED
TOWARDS KIDS.
THEY KNEW THAT THE PRODUCT WAS
SO ADDICT THEY HAVE PEOPLE WOULD
GET HOOKED AND COULDN'T GET OFF
OF IT.
BUT THEY DID IT ANYWAY.
WHY DID THEY DO IT?
TO MAKE A BUCK.
I PUT A LOT OF THE BLAME AT
THEIR FEET.
>> Reporter: JUUL INSISTS THAT
ITS PRODUCTS ARE MEANT FOR ADULT
SMOKERS, NOT MINORS AND
NON-SMOKERS.
IT SAYS THAT THE COMPANY'S GOAL
WAS TO ELIMINATE CIGARETTES.
BUT JUUL IS NOW FACING LAWSUITS
FROM SCHOOL BOARDS, CITIES AND
STATE GOVERNMENTS.
>> JUUL VIOLATED NEW YORK STATE
LAW BY REPEATEDLY TARGETING
TEENAGERS.
>> Reporter: THERE ARE CALLS
FOR AN OUTRIGHT BAN ON VAPING.
A THIRD OF JUUL'S VALUE HAS GONE
UP IN SMOKE AND IT'S NOW WORTH
ONLY $24 BILLION, OR A LITTLE
MORE THAN TWITTER.
AARON SALTZMAN, CBC NEWS,
TORONTO.
>> Andrew: AND YOU CAN READ
MORE ABOUT JUUL ON OUR WEBSITE,
CBC NEWS.CA/HOOKED.
AND TOMORROW NIGHT RIGHT HERE ON
"THE NATIONAL" I'LL MODERATE A
CONVERSATION ABOUT THE WAY THAT
WE APPROACH VAPING.
AND WE NEED YOUR QUESTIONS TO
DRIVE IT FORWARD.
SO SEND THEM OUR WAY TO
THENATIONAL@CBC.CA AND YOU CAN
JOIN OUR LIVE FACEBOOK Q. AND A.
TOMORROW AFTERNOON AT 2:00
p.m. EASTERN.
>> Adrienne: ALL RIGHT, TIME
FOR A QUICK BREAK.
UP NEXT, A POWERFUL CONNECTION
AND A LASTING FRIENDSHIP.
>> WHILE HE'S WITH THE RCMP HE'S
A HAPPY CAMPER.
>> Adrienne: A RETIRED MOUNTIE
KEEPS HIS PROMISE TO A PAL IN
NEED.
WE'RE BACK AFTER THIS.
>> Adrienne: A RETIRED RCMP
SERGEANT IN SASKATCHEWAN REFUSES
TO GIVE UP ONE LAST DUTY.
AFTER 37 YEARS OF SERVICE, HE
STILL MAKES TIME FOR THE WEEKLY
PARADE.
AS BONNIE ALLEN EXPLAINS, HE
SHOWS UP FOR ONE VERY IMPORTANT
FRIEND.
(*)
>> Reporter: A REGIMENTED
ROUTINE STRICTLY FOLLOWED BY
CADETS AND BY MATTHEW BRANDON.
THE 28-YEAR-OLD MAN KNOWN AS
MATTY LOVES MARCHING BANDS.
HE'S COME HERE TO SEE THE
SERGEANT MAJORS PARADE EVERY
TUESDAY WITHOUT FAIL FOR SIX
YEARS.
INDOORS IN THE WINTER AND
OUTDOORS IN THE SUMMER AND
ALWAYS WITH SERGEANT PIERRE
GOSSELIN BY HIS SIDE.
>> EVERY TUESDAY IT'S GROUNDHOG
DAY AGAIN AND WE DO THE SAME
THING.
AND IT'S IMPORTANT FOR MATTY
BECAUSE AS SOON AS WE CHANGE HIS
SCHEDULE HE GOES OFF.
>> Reporter: MATTY HAS
AUTISM, CEREBRAL PALSY AND FETAL
ALCOHOL SPECTRUM DISORDER.
THE INDIGENOUS MAN HAS THE
COGNITIVE ABILITIES OF A
TODDLER.
HE'S NON-VERBAL.
>> WE HAVE OFTEN SAID THAT WE
WANTED MATTHEW TO BE MET BY
THE POLICE IN HIS HAPPY PLACE.
NOT IN A MOMENT OF CRISIS.
>> Reporter: HIS CAREGIVER,
CHRIS AND SHANNON GARDINER, SAY
THAT A BREAK FROM ROUTINE CAN
MAKE MATTY AGITATED, EVEN
AGGRESSIVE.
>> TO COME TO A PLACE LIKE THIS,
AND TO BE ACCEPTED, WHETHER HE'S
HAVING A GOOD OR A BAD DAY, THEY 
JUST SORT OF ACCEPT HIM HOW HE
IS AND THEY ROLL WITH IT.
>> Reporter: FROM THE
BEGINNING, MATTIE GRAVITATED TO
SERGEANT GOSSELIN.
THE SENIOR OFFICER WOULD BEND
THE RULES A BIT TO ACCOMMODATE
HIM.
AN IMPORTANT LESSON FOR THESE
FUTURE POLICE OFFICERS.
GOSSELIN EVEN MADE MATTY AN
HONOURARY CADET.
>> MATTY IS MATTY, AND WE CANNOT
KNOW EXACTLY HOW HE'LL REACT.
WHILE HE'S WITH THE RCMP HE'S A
HAPPY CAMPER.
>> Reporter: THIS YEAR AFTER
37 YEARS ON THE FORCE IT WAS
TIME FOR GOSSELIN TO RETIRE.
THE GARDINERS WERE WORRIED THAT
IT WOULD TURN HIS WORLD UPSIDE
DOWN.
>> I FREAKED OUT.
>> NOW THAT HE'S RETIRED, HE
DOESN'T NEED TO BE DOING THIS
ANYMORE.
>> Reporter: GOSSELIN'S LAST
DAY ON THE JOB WAS FIVE MONTHS
AGO ON JULY 5th.
AND YET EVERY TUESDAY HERE HE IS 
IS.
AND IF YOU WATCH CLOSELY YOU CAN 
SEE HOW HAPPY MATTY IS.
>> HE'S ONE OF MY GOOD FRIENDS.
YOU HAVE GOOD FRIENDS IN LIFE
AND MATTY IS ONE OF MY GOOD
FRIENDS.
>> Reporter: AS USUAL GOSSELIN
ESCORTS MATTY TO MEET CADETS.
>> IT MEANS EVERYTHING.
HE'S A MAN OF HIS WORD.
>> Reporter: AND FINALLY
GOSSELIN BUCKLES HIS SEATBELT.
>> AS LONG AS I'M CAPABLE OF
BEING HERE
EVERY TUESDAY, I'LL BE HERE FOR
MATTY
>> Reporter: TO ANSWER HIS
CALL TO DUTY AS AN OFFICER AND A
FRIEND.
BONNIE ALLEN, CBC NEWS, REGINA.
>> Andrew: ONE HELL OF A HUMAN
BEING.
WE'LL BE RIGHT BACK AFTER THE
BREAK WITH OUR "MOMENT" ABOUT AN
NHL DEFENCEMAN WHO
(*)
>> Adrienne: MARK BOROWIECKI
PLAYS DEFENCE FOR THE OTTAWA
SENATORS.
HIS NICKNAME ON THE ICE IS
"BOROCOP" AND HE EARNED THAT
THIS WEEK PLAYING A BIT OFF-ICE
DEFENCE IN VANCOUVER.
SO AS WE TOLD YOU LAST NIGHT,
THE DEFENCEMAN STOPPED A CAR
ROBBERY IN PROGRESS.
AND TODAY WE HEARD FROM THE NHL
PLAYER HIMSELF.
AND HIS STORY IS OUR "MOMENT."
>> BANG.
AND THE PASSENGER SIDE WINDOW
WAS JUST SHATTERED.
AND I LIKE LOOK OVER AND I KIND
OF YELLED, HEY!
AND I SEE HIM WRESTLING THIS BIG
HIKING BACKPACK OUT OF THE
FRONT.
AND I STARTED RUNNING TOWARDS
HIM AND HE GOT ON HIS BIKE.
AND I HAD MY BABY STUFF IN MY
RIGHT ARM AND SO I USED MY LEFT
ARM -- AND MY FIRST THOUGHT IF I
ABSOLUTELY DESTROY THIS GUY AND
HE GETS HURT, WHAT ARE THE LEGAL
RAMIFICATIONS FOR ME.
OR I COULD HAVE DONE SOME
DAMAGE.
SO I WAS LIKE TRYING TO DO THIS
AS GENTLY AS I CAN.
SO I JUST LIKE KIND OF HOOKED MY
LEFT ARM AND SORT OF LIKE UNDER
HIS ARM AND PULLED HIM OFF THE
BIKE TO THE GROUND.
AND THEN THE COPS WERE LIKE,
YEAH, TOOK MY STATEMENT AND SAID
THAT THEY'D TRY TO CONTACT
WHOEVER IT WAS.
AND THEY OPENED UP THE BAG UP
AND THEY FOUND A COUPLE
PASSPORTS.
SO I DIDN'T DO ANYTHING ABOVE
AND BEYOND.
IT WAS JUST THE RIGHT THING TO
DO.
>> Adrienne: YEAH, THE RIGHT
THING TO DO.
VERY HARD THING TO DO.
THE OTTAWA SENATORS ARE VERY
PROUD OF "BORO COP," THINKING OF
"ROBO COP" SO THE SOCIAL MEDIA
GURUS AT THE TEAM PUT A LITTLE
SOMETHING TOGETHER.
HAVE A LOOK AT THIS...
>> YOU ARE UNDER ARREST.
(*)
>> THANK YOU FOR YOUR
COOPERATION.
GOODNIGHT.
THE JUDGE BOROCOP," THE FUTURE
OF LAW
ENFORCEMENT.
>> Andrew: THEY EVEN MAKE IT
LOOK EASY THERE.
SO HERE'S THE THING THAT I FIND
AMAZING.
HE'LL BE A DAD SOON AND HE WAS
SHOPPING FOR BABY STUFF.
AND I HAVE TO SAY THAT SINCE I
BECAME A DAD MY TOLERANCE FOR
RISK HAS JUST PLUMMETED, SO I
DON'T KNOW HOW HE DOES IT.
>> Ian: BUT FOR HIM, HE DIDN'T
THINK TWICE.
AND HE ALSO AS WE HEARD WAS
CONSIDERING HOW GENTLE SHOULD I
BE.
AND IT WAS JUST GENTLE ENOUGH TO
RETRIEVE THE STOLEN GOODS AND
LET THE BAD GUY GET AWAY WITH NO
OTHER HARM.
IT IS A REMARKABLE STORY AND HE
EXPLAINED IT TONIGHT HERE IN
VANCOUVER.
PROBABLY WILL GET A RARE OVATION
FOR A VISITING PLAYER.
THAT IS "THE NATIONAL" FOR
DECEMBER 3rd.
GOODNIGHT.
>> Andrew: GOODNIGHT.
>> Adrienne: GOODNIGHT.
(*)

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