Why Russia's pullout from Ukraine grain deal might impact prices in Canada

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November 2, 2022

GOOD MORNING

A look at why Russia pulling out from the Ukraine grain deal might impact prices in Canada, a Canadian man was taken into custody after allegedly killing a Mexican police officer, and the Emergencies Act inquiry hears directly from "Freedom Convoy" organizers.

Here's what you need to know to start your day.

Grain drain

Russia's recent pullout from a deal that allowed Ukraine to export grain will likely impact prices in Canada, experts say.

Canadian in custody

A Canadian man was taken into custody after allegedly shooting and killing a police officer responding to a call in the Mexican resort town of Tulum, prosecutors said Tuesday.

'Freedom Convoy' power struggle

The Emergencies Act inquiry began hearing from "Freedom Convoy" protest organizers Tuesday. From descriptions of a "power struggle" between various factions, to the role TikTok played in sparking the cross-Canada convoys, here's some key moments from the testimony.

Jets scrambled

While the Canadian government and military usually don't respond to reports of unidentified flying objects, there have been some recent exceptions, including cases where CF-18 fighter jets were scrambled.

'Tip of the iceberg'

A report from the Canadian Centre for Child Protection says 252 current or former school personnel committed or were accused of committing offences of a sexual nature against 548 children over a five-year span.

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A man reels in a massive muskie while fishing in the Toronto Harbour.

ONE MORE THING

Look up! Meteor showers, a lunar eclipse and Uranus at opposition are among the major astronomical events slated for November.

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