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These are the 5 headlines you should read this morning – CTV News

Nov. 23, 2023

Two people are dead after a vehicle explodes at the U.S.-Canada border, former RCMP intelligence official Cameron Jay Ortis is found guilty of breaching Canada’s secrets law and a Canadian city hunts for an official bird. Here’s what you need to know to start your day.

1. Rainbow Bridge: Two people are dead after a vehicle exploded on the U.S. side of the Rainbow Bridge(opens in a new tab) border crossing at Niagara Falls. U.S. officials say there is “no indication of a terrorist attack(opens in a new tab).”

2. Cameron Ortis: A jury has found former RCMP intelligence official Cameron Jay Ortis guilty(opens in a new tab) of breaching Canada’s secrets law, including revealing classified information to three individuals in 2015 and trying in a fourth instance.

3. Israel-Hamas war: Israel’s national security adviser says the hostage deal with Hamas will not take effect before Friday, a day later than expected(opens in a new tab).

4. ‘Gobsmacked’: Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre defended his party’s unanimous rejection of a bill on the Canada-Ukraine Free Trade Agreement over carbon tax(opens in a new tab) wording concerns.

Read More: https://www.ctvnews.ca/5-things/these-are-the-5-headlines-you-should-read-this-morning-1.6657035

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