CKPR - Thursday, May 23, 2024 - 06:00 a.m. (ET) - Segment #8

>>> The U.S. department of justice could file a lawsuit against the owner of ticketmaster as soon as today. They have been investigating whether life nation is blocking competition. Ticketmaster has been facing immense scrutiny in recent months especially since millions of people tryed and failed to buy tickets for taylor swift's eras tour. >> The canadian food inspection agency is recalling mehta brand enoki mushrooms. The mushrooms are mostly sold in ontario. But canadian food inspection agency says they could have been sold in other provinces and territories. >> You could live in an island paradise right here in canada. Check out this private island in nova scotia's south shore. It sits on almost 10 acres of land. The three-storey home features a rustic bar and large dining room and kitchen. It is 9500 square feet. It costs $15.8 million. >> Kelsey: I could either buy an entire island in nova scotia or I could live ten minutes away from work. Those are my two choices for that amount of money. >> Akshay: that's if you want to live on bridal bath. Everything is not $15 million in toronto. >> Kelsey: I cannot buy a nice house for 3 or $4 million. Wishful thinking. One day. >> Lindsey: I went and looked at all of the pictures. Really stunning. Different locations. >> Kelsey: there's one house near us on a gigantic lot and it went up for sale. It was the best because we finally got to see inside. It was a swanky house. >> Akshay: how much was it for? >> Kelsey: 4.5 million. It took a while to find a good buyer. >> Akshay: if I had 15.8, I would never invest it on an island like that. You make money with money. Buy a house for 5 million and then use the rest of the money to make money. >> Kelsey: we are going to switch over to weather this morning. Coming up in ten minutes, I have your full national forecast. There are heavy rainfall warnings. Elsewhere today, it is less humid. We will talk about that forecast coming up. Morning thunderstorms tracking into atlantic canada and then in western communities, below average temperatures for the next couple of days. When will it finally warm up? I will have those details up. Stay with us. >> Kelsey: the world's first national indigenous broadcaster is getting an update this september. The crtc has granted aptn to streamline its programming to two channels. It will feature programming exclusively in indigenous languages. The changes come as the network celebrates its 25th anniversary. Monika ille is the ceo, aptn. She joins us from montréal. Great to have you this morning. >> Thank you so much for having me. >> Kelsey: I could see you nodding along with a giant smile on your face. How are you feeling about this upcoming change? >> Excited. Nervous. Anxious a bit as well.

september 1st is coming up so quickly. We have been working on this for a few years now. When we got the answer last week, it was quite emotional. Tears were coming down because I believe so much in this. For me, this is really the future. We are in this decade of indigenous languages right now and there are so many things happening. We are claiming our culture ask identity. And we are claiming our languages. I think that indigenous media, we play a very important role in promoting and preserving indigenous languages. >> Kelsey: how do you see as we go toward the future with the united nations declaring 2022 to 2032 as that decade of international languages. How do you see that role that aptn will play in preserving and passing on these languages >> We want people to hear the beauty of those languages. When you lose a language, you lose a big part of your identity. Your language, they hold your culture. They hold your traditions. They hold your songs and they hold your dance and your roots. By reclaiming these languages. Having more programming in those languages, it helps to revitalize and also there's many languages in canada that are very fragile. I know a bit of the language. I am trying to learn it. It's quite hard. But as you get other people to learn the language and make television shows, hopefully people are going to come and listen to those shows and will be able to learn the language through those programs. >> We have talked so much over the last 8 years of the show about the importance of representation. How much that means to people watching. The impact that has for kids to be able to look at the tv screen and see themselves represented. What are you hearing from your viewers about what indigenous programming on a national network like this will mean to them? >> I have to do a quick story. In 1999 when aptn went to the crtc asking for a channel, there was a quote and somebody said there were more aliens on tv than there were indigenous people. Thank god, things have changed. Since having the first english broadcaster in canada had a great impact on the media landscape. When aptn started, there were a handful of producers. Now there are hundreds working in a thriving production community. Getting our stories out there. Not only to atpn, but different networks. I think that brings a change. When you get to hear storys from other people, from other cultures, you get to understand better who they are. I think that is the best moment when you have that understanding and appreciation. I think that is where stereotypes and myths fall away. We have a great impact and by having the crtc say yes to this indigenous language, it shows that they are really supporting and respecting the updating broadcasting where you have english languages at the same level as french and english in the media landscape. >> What kind of programming can people in canada look forward to this september? >> The same programming we have on aptn. We have our news and current affairs in french and english. Basically on the english language feed will be the same of and more of. That's what we want to do is more indigenous language programming. >> Kelsey: thank you so much for coming on the show today. Good luck with this brand-new adventure. >> Thank you so much for having me. >> Kelsey: just ahead on the show, 10 centimetres of snow is It's Leon's Storewide Super Sale! Save up to 50% on furniture. Save up to 50% on mattresses. Plus, get an l2 washer and dryer set for only $998 including a 2 year warranty! On now for a limited time! What do you do when your tire goes flat and there's no air anywhere? You reach for Bullseye Pro. The smarter, faster, hands free way to fill it up with air. Bullseye Pro is equipped with a rechargeable power plant, smart pressure sensor and custom nozzles. It's like the power of an air compressor in the palm of your hand. Get your complete Bullseye Pro Inflation System for just $79.99 and get free shipping. Plus, we'll give you a 50%discount on a second one. Order now. Hi, I'm Doctor Pustina. Do you experience pain...numbness and tingling in your hands and feet? You may be suffering from Peripheral Neuropathy - a

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