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  • THE SUPER BOWL IN LOS ANGELES

  • THIS WEEKEND.

  • >> Reporter: SOME PROTESTERS

  • BLOCKING THIS MAJOR CORRIDOR

  • BETWEEN THE U.S. AND CANADA SAY

  • THEY'LL RISK THEIR LIVES TO STAY

  • OUT HERE.

  • THREE NIGHTS ALREADY, NO SIGN OF

  • QUITTING.

  • >> YOU WOULD RISK YOUR LIFE

  • RATHER THAN LEAVE THIS PROTEST?

  • >> 100%.

  • ABSOLUTELY 100%.

  • >> Reporter: PROTESTS NOW

  • STARTING TO BITE DEEPLY INTO THE

  • ECONOMY.

  • SUPPLY CHAIN BOTTLENECKS, TRUCKS

  • BACKED UP FOR HOURS ACROSS THIS

  • BRIDGE AT PORT HURON.

  • AUTOMAKERS ON BOTH SIDES OF THE

  • BORDER STARTING TO SLOW OR

  • ALTOGETHER SUSPEND PRODUCTION.

  • WINDSOR'S MAYOR SAYS WHILE

  • CANADIANS HAVE THE RIGHT TO

  • PROTEST, PATIENCE FOR AN ILLEGAL

  • BLOCKADE IS RUNNING THIN.

  • >> THERE HAS TO BE A PATH GOING

  • FORWARD.

  • IF THAT'S PHYSICALLY REMOVING

  • THEM, WE'RE PREPARED TO DO THAT.

  • >> Reporter: THEY WANT ALL

  • CORONAVIRUS MANDATES AND

  • RESTRICTIONS LIFTED BEFORE THEY

  • SAY THEY'LL LEAVE.

  • >> I'M FIGHTING LIKE OUR

  • VETERANS DID FOR THE FREEDOM OF

  • OUR COUNTRY.

  • >> Reporter: PRIME MINISTER

  • JUSTIN TRUDEAU NOW A TARGET OVER

  • TOO MANY RULES.

  • THE PRIME MINISTER SO FAR NOT

  • BUDGING.

  • >> INDIVIDUALS ARE TRYING TO

  • BLOCKADE OUR ECONOMY, OUR

  • DEMO

  • DEMOCRACY, AND OUR FELLOW

  • CITIZENS' DAILY LIVES.

  • IT HAS TO STOP.

  • >> Reporter: MICHIGAN'S GOVERNOR

  • DEMANDING THAT THE BORDER

  • CROSSING BE REOPENED, CALLING

  • THE BLOCKADE UNACCEPTABLE.

  • ANTI-MANDATE ANGER SIMMERING FOR

  • WEEKS, STARTING WITH OPPOSITION

  • TO VACCINE MANDATES, EVEN THOUGH

  • GOVERNMENT STATISTICS SHOW MORE

  • THAN 80% OF CANADA'S TRUCKERS

  • ARE VACCINATED.

  • SOME PROVINCES SUCH AS

  • SASKATCHEWAN AND QUEBEC HAVE

  • RECENTLY ANNOUNCED PLANS TO ROLL

  • BACK COVID RESTRICTIONS.

  • BUT FOR THOSE WHO BELIEVE THE

  • GOVERNMENT HAS ROBBED THEM OF

  • THEIR LIVELIHOODS, THEY SAY IT'S

  • NOT ENOUGH.

  • >> YOU WANT THE ENTIRE COUNTRY?

  • >> NOT ONLY DO I WANT THE

  • PROVINCIAL ONES, I WANT THE

  • NATIONAL ONES DONE.

  • I WOULD LIKE TO SEE SOMETHING

  • WHERE THEY CAN'T HAPPEN AGAIN.

  • IF WE CAN GET THE RESTRICTIONS

  • GONE, THIS LITTLE BIT OF A

  • DISRUPTION IN OUR DAY TODAY FOR

  • THE NEXT WEEK OR TWO, WHATEVER

  • IT TAKES, THEY'LL THANK US FOR

  • I

  • IT.

  • >> Reporter: SO I WANT TO GIVE

  • YOU A SENSE OF HOW THESE

  • PROTESTS ARE GOING HERE EVERY

  • DAY HERE IN WINDSOR.

  • THE CROWD REALLY GROWS DURING

  • THE DAY.

  • YOU PROBABLY HAVE SEVERAL

  • HUNDRED PEOPLE OUT HERE RIGHT

  • NOW.

  • AT NIGHT MOST PEOPLE LEAVE,

  • OTHERS GO INTO THEIR CARS.

  • BUT THE RESOURCES ARE COMING IN

  • BOTH HERE AND WINDSOR AND THE

  • PRIME MINISTER TODAY SAYING HE

  • IS SENDING MORE RESOURCES,

  • POLICE RESOURCES TO OTHER

  • PROTESTS IN OTHER PARTS OF THE

  • COUNTRY.

  • CLEARLY PATIENCE ACROSS CANADA

  • ARE RUNNING OUT.

  • JAKE.

  • >> MIGUEL MARQUEZ, THANK YOU

  • VERY MUCH.

  • >>> THESE SUPPLY CHAIN WORRIES

  • COME AS WE LEARN INFLATION IS

  • NEAR A 40-YEAR HIGH, CLIMBING

  • 7.5% IN JUST 12 MONTHS.

  • WE LEARNED TODAY FROM THE BUREAU

  • OF LABOR STATISTICS.

  • IT'S THE STEEPEST RISE SINCE

  • 1982.

  • PRESIDENT BIDEN ACKNOWLEDGING

  • THAT INFLATION IS PUTTING STRESS

  • ON AMERICANS' BUDGETS.

  • IT'S ALSO A HUGE POLITICAL

  • LIABILITY FOR PRESIDENT BIDEN.

  • A NEW CNN POLL SHOWS NEARLY SIX

  • IN TEN AMERICANS DISAPPROVE OF

  • HIS TIME AS PRESIDENT.

  • 62% DISAPPROVE OF HIS HANDLING

  • OF THE ECONOMY WHILE 37%

  • APPROVE.

  • VANESSA NOW LOOKS INTO THE

  • GROWING STICKER SHOCK ON

  • EVERYTHING FROM CARS TO YOUR

  • GROCERY BILLS.

  • >> Reporter: YOU SEE IT AT

  • CHECKOUT, SEEMINGLY EVERYTHING

  • IS MORE EXPENSIVE.

  • THE BENCHMARK FOR PRICES, THE

  • CONSUMER PRICE INDEX, UP 0.6% IN

  • JANUARY AND 7.5% IN THE LAST 12

  • MONTHS.

  • THE HIGHEST JUMP IN NEARLY 40

  • YEARS.

  • >> THIS IS A CHALLENGE THAT IS

  • FIRST AND FOREMOST IN OUR

  • SIGHTS.

  • WE HAVE WAY MORE WORK TO DO.

  • >> Reporter: BIG INCREASES IN

  • CARS, GROCERIES AND ELECTRICITY

  • YEAR OVER YEAR, AND FOOD UP

  • NEARLY 1% IN JANUARY.

  • A HUGE SPIKE FROM DECEMBER.

  • >> IT'S A CONSTANT REJUGGLING OF

  • BUDGETS TO TRY TO KEEP UP WITH

  • THE FOOD PRICES LATELY.

  • >> Reporter: GAS DID DROP

  • BY 0.8% LAST MONTH, BUT WITH OIL

  • PRICES RISING, THAT LIKELY WON'T

  • LAST.

  • FILLING UP YOUR CAR COSTS 40%

  • MORE THAN IT DID A YEAR AGO.

  • >> I USED TO BUY ABOUT $20 BUT

  • I'M BUYING ABOUT $35.

  • >> FOR THE SAME AMOUNT?

  • >> YES.

  • FOR THE SAME QUANTITY.

  • >> Reporter: LAST MONTH, NEW

  • ALL-TIME PRICE RECORDS.

  • TRUCKS, SEAFOOD, MEALS AND

  • FURNITURE SAW THE HIGHEST JUMPS

  • EVER YEAR OVER YEAR.

  • AND USED CARS UP A WHOPPING

  • 40.5% IN THE LAST 12 MONTHS.

  • THIS BECAUSE OF SUPPLY CHAIN

  • SHORTAGES, PARTICULARLY THE

  • ELUSIVE SEMICONDUCTOR COMPUTER

  • CHIP, WHICH MEANS FEWER NEW CARS

  • ON THE MARKET.

  • >> WE'VE SEEN ANYWHERE FROM ZERO

  • CARS IN OUR LOT, NEW CARS NOW,

  • ZERO NEW CARS IN OUR LOT TO

  • HAVING AS MANY AS NINE, TEN, 12.

  • >> AND NOW TRUCKERS BLOCKING A

  • KEY TRADING ROUTE BETWEEN THE

  • U.S. AND CANADA, CUTTING

  • PRODUCTION AT GENERAL MOTORS AND

  • FORD PLANTS, WHICH COULD LEAD TO

  • HIGHER PRICES.

  • >> WE CAN'T HAVE A SITUATION

  • WHERE FAMILIES DON'T GET FOOD TO

  • THEIR TABLE.

  • >> Reporter: WHILE THE COST OF

  • SHELTER CLIMBED LESS THAN IT DID

  • IN DECEMBER, IT'S UP 4.4% SINCE