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on ctv >> A new study for children and screen time focus on parents. [ Sirens ] >> Roger: a possible escalation in the war between israel and hamas with reports hamas launched missiles at tel aviv today. >> Run by men who want to make it a norm. Destroying cities and villages. >> Roger: an urgent appeal from ukrainian president zelenskyy. He's calling on the U.S. and china so join a peace summit this month as his country struggles with a war with russia. >> Control and the back hand! She scores! >> Roger: we could have our first ever pwhl champion tonight if minnesota beats boston in game four of the league final. [ ] >> You're watching ctv news channel. I'm roger peterson. We start with breaking news. Hamas's armed wing says it has launched a big missile attack on tel aviv. [ Sirens ] >> Air raid sirens could be heard in the city blaring for the first time in four months. According to reports, hamas fired rockets toward tel aviv signalling an escalation in the fight between the two sides. Hamas is claiming without evidence to have captured an israeli soldier during fighting in northern gaza. Something israel denies. >>> Aid trucks have begun entering gaza through southern israel. This following a new agreement. The rafah border was closed. -- under U.S. and israeli pressure is agreed to divert traffic through the crossing in israel's southern end. It is also gaza's main cargo terminal. It is still unclear if humanitarian groups will be able to access the aid because of fighting in the area.

>>> Let's bring in retired major general david fraser our ctv military analyst. General, thank you very much for joining us as always. >> Roger, good to be with you. >> Roger: this attack a missile launch from hamas. Are you surprised by that? >> Well, I'm not surprised, but at the same time it is well planned by hamas that they well techicly won't have much significance. Strategically just shows from the area that israel is attacking into rafah, hamas still has the ability to reach out and attack at tel aviv. So it is a political strategic strike more than a tactical one, but it also demonstrates they have the abilities not with standing the idf are right on the door steps to inflict damage on to tel aviv. Just showing a bit of the weakness of what the idf and the prime minister of israel is trying to do. >> Now they have been quiet for four months when it comes to any kind of missile attacks. Is there a reason for right now? A specific reason? >> I think that will be the question whether or not they have enough missiles and they are just harbouring what resources they have. The idf are getting to disclose that they don't want to lose the missiles. It could be any or all of the above. The fact of the matter remains is that, you know, they fired these and there will be a lot of questions to the idf and the israeli prime minister what will you do as a result of this. But for hamas it just shows that they are a lethal force. >> Roger: tel aviv not a surprising target? >> Its not. If you want to get people's attention. Look at us on a sunday morning we're talking about tel aviv. We're not talking about missile attacks into israel or anywhere else. We're talking about into the israeli capital. Not the capital but the major city. You know that is important for the israelis to deal with and to show that hamas still has a lot of punch left in it. So, this is a political statement. >> Roger: is there any way that israel can retaliate to this or they'll just continue their operations. Roger I think you know they'll just double down on their operations. You know for the israeli ground commanders they'll probably getting a lot of encouragement and pressure from the politicians to say finish this off. Get it done. You know, so we will see a lot more attacks into rafah. We will probably see a speeding up of the ground fighting which is bad news for the gazaens and bad news for that humanitarian aid. How do you get through the fighting to get it to the people who need it the most. Saying yes to the moving of aid through the southern israel port rather than rafah? >> I think, you know, it is from the egyptians point of view they can't go through rafah. It is in israeli hands. The problem there what will squirt out if they are trying to get into there. They can't sit on their hands and do nothing while the humanitarian crisis just carries on. So between the U.S. and egypt, you know, they have worked with israel to find another way in there and it is in the southern part of israel's borders which is an important aspect in trying to push the aid into the people who need it. It is an accommodation of acknowledgement of the relates in the war. Rafah is too dangerous now. >> Roger: does it give israel more control over what is going in, what aid is getting in. >> Israel has always controlled what was going in and coming out. And this just gives them to your point a lot more control because it is an israel controlled territory. >> Roger: thank you as always for your insight. >> Roger, thank you. >> Roger: to ukraine now where president zelenskyy is speaking about the importance of a peace summit to be held next month. >> To president biden, the leader of the united states, and to president xi, the leader of china, we do not want the un charter to be burned. Burned down just like that these books. >> Roger: in a prerecorded message, zelenskyy spoke inside the charged remains of a printing press burned down last week. In the ukrainian air strike. Russia has stepped up attacks on ukrainian cities and zelenskyy hopes the june meeting will help put more pressure on president putin

>>> Large bomb hit a construction supply store in the city of kharkiv saturday afternoon ending in a massive fire. The death toll from the attack is 14. Another 43 people were injured. 16 are missing still. Zelenskyy has said that over 200 people could have been in the store when it was hit. Ukraine's problems have been mounting in recent months as it tries to hold out against russia and the war appears to be at a critical point. >>> The death toll from that massive land slide in papa new guinea has increased. The un migration mission in the says that the up dated death toll follows another 100 homes buried in the debris. Initially they thought there was only 60. Now at 150 homes that were buried. They'll likely find more. The death toll on friday was 100 but that has jumped aways told you. Five bodies that's it have been recovered. The national government is saying that this may ask for more international assistance. >>> And in afghanistan, heavy rains triggering flash floods there. 15 people are dead including two parents and their eight children. That was in the north east of the country. The unusually heavy seasonal rains have been killing hundreds of people and destroying property and crops. The latest disaster comes on the heels of devastating floods that killed at least 70 people in april. [ ] >> Roger: still ahead, a garage sale in the nation's capital that brings out bargain hunters and helps the ottawa food bank. Up next [ ] >> Announcer: if it happens here or around the world, trust ctv news channel to deliver live, breaking, 24 hours a day. Download the app or stream any time at >> A new study for children and screen time focus on PARENTS.(Snickering) Hanging tree Nutty...and sweet. Latte macchiato. ( ) This one is for the prize? Intenso. No, cool. Definitely iced. ( ) Sweet. Bye. Nespresso, what else? It's like a shower for yournose. This thing is amazing!Navage flushes salin to help clear congestionby quickly sucking out mucus, allergens, and germs. There's no other productout there like it! Navage. Clean nose,healthy life. Find a great deal foryour ideal hotel.Open trivago, type inwhere you want t select your check-in andcheck-out dates and search. Compare prices forthe same hotel and save up to $50 a night. Hotel? trivago. It's odd how in an instant things can transform. Slipping out of balance into freefall. (The stock market is now down 23%). This is happening people. Where there are so few certainties... (laughing) Look around you. You deserve to know. as we navigate a future unknown. I'm glad I found stability amidst it all. Gold. Standing the test of time. (Blowing) (Blowing) (Bright upbeat music) (Crunching) Hm-hmm. (Laughing) (Growling) (Cutlery clinking) McCain. Make it a fry day. Hey! Wake-up. The words in your head, you're the only one that can hear them. Say it! Yes. I. Can. Move! Feel it. Hold onto this feeling. Yes I can, Yes I must. Watch me! Start your 30—day home trial at Terms apply. >> A new study for children and screen time focus on parents. Experts say when it comes to a child's development parents should focus on reducing their own screen time. Researchers say parents need to be fully engaged with their children and when they are not it can have a negative affect on a child's development. >> Any time you spend more time doing one time you haveless time to do something else. Less time to pay attention. I think that many moments in parenting that golden moment when you suddenly need to be in your child's development where they need 30 seconds that will help them get past something. >> Roger: they have found that parents can spend up to 30% of their time looking at their

phones while the kids are in the playground. >>> Quebec premier francois legault says that he is open to taking major steps to curb children's social media use. It comes amid pressure from his party's youngest members. We have more [ Speaking Alternate Language ] >> Reporter: robots are rolling around the convention and social media and ai are topics of discussion with its eye on the future of quebec, the party says it is concerned about youth and technology. [ Speaking French ] >> Reporter: the premier says platforms such as instagram and tiktok are nothing less than virtual pushers. That's why he's offering to hold a committee to study the affect of screens and social media platforms on the health of young people. This comes after party quebec leader has been calling on the government to ban access to social networks for certain young people. The caq says studying will hopefully help parents with young children. >> We don't want to substitute their role. We want to help them that seems to be worrying a lot of parents but as you saw earlier today a lot of youth as well. I think the youth today are most vocal about this issue. And that was very impressive to me. >> Reporter: the heart of the debate was was the youthaling proposal for the minimum age for accessing social media to 16 years old. The proposal was watered down and in the end legault made his offer. To the opposition leader. The government has already banned cell phones in class education minister says it will help them see if it should be banned further. >> I'm looking forward to this commission helping me and helping us to have a better comprehension on this particular issue. >> Reporter: they say that the commission will be formed by 2025 by the latest which could bring changes. Legault says the party will continue to make for the next generation. >> Roger: the ontario ndp is calling for action to assist families following the province's latest funding delay on its $10 a day child care program. >> It is simple. No more delays. Share the funding formula with providers now so centres can start working and know what they are working with. >> Roger: this comes after the province told child care centres it will implement a new way of funding the program next year. Many are warning that they may have to close in the funding formula is not up dated. 92% of licensed child care providers have opted in to the program. >> Reporter: rallies are held in alberta to send a message to the provincial government. >> Had enough of the lies. Enough of the deception. The gas lighting. >> A lot of the decisions that the ucp and people inside the party have nothing to do with evidence or science or expertise. >> Roger: about 500 people gathered outside of city hall demanding transparency. Some of the major issues the alberta pension plan and what protesters say are attacks on education and healthcare. In a statement, the ucp's member says the party supports albertans rights to peaceful protests >> Thousands people on the streets. They were looking for treasures at the annual great glebe garage sale. It is a big boost for business ands the ottawa food bank. We report. [ Singing ] [ ] >> Reporter: as the saying goes, one person's trash is another's treasure. Just ask steven. He's been part of the great garage sale since the inception in 1986. >> It has expanded in terms of area and the number of people who come. >> Reporter: a haven for bargain hunters. >> I collect pottery. I love pottery and this is my best one today. >> Reporter: she's one of thousands who flock to the neighbours going through everything from antiques to clothes and even this saddle. >> Just so fantastic. Residents you can get rid of old inventory or things in the basement for a long time. Great opportunities and great sales and discounts.

>> Reporter: it is not just a big day for treasure hunters. It is a big day for the ottawa food bank. A portion of the sales will be donated to help those in need. >> With food prices the way they are. It is a huge day for us. >> Reporter: it was a warm one and refreshments were in high demand. 6-year-old sold out. >> First time being a vendor. I think it was a good success. Did it go well? >> Yeah. >> Right? We sold lots of lemonade and people loved it. >> Reporter: businesses were feeling the love including third son taylor shop who's new store officially opens next thursday. >> Events like this are critical to the success of businesses and new business like us. We couldn't have a more positive event especially coming into our opening. >> Reporter: with the treasure trof of items everywhere you look most were able toed find something special, but getting it home may have been the biggest challenge yet. Ctv news. >> Roger: all right. >> The question is... Do you have it in you to make it epic? >> Roger: coming up, I am so excited about this. The action prequel makes its way to the theater. More on the movies of the week with richard crouse after the break [ ] (Dramatic music) (Cheering) She'll be coming ‘round the mountain when she comes. She'll be coming ‘round the mountain when she comes. She'll be coming ‘round the mountain. And the river. And the desert. And whatever types of terrain she can find out there. Yeehaw. The Ford Bronco family. Designed to take you here, there and home again. The future is not just going to happen. You have to make it. And if you want a successful business, all it takes is an idea, and Now becomes the Future where you grew a dream into a reality. The all new godaddy airo. Put your business online in minutes with the power of ai. Find a great deal foryour ideal hotel.Open trivago, type inwhere you want t select your check-in andcheck-out dates and search. Compare prices forthe same hotel and save up to $50 a night. Hotel? trivago. -Ahh... this thing isn't getting any better... -And it won't get better. It's a nail fungus infection. -On top of that, it looks gross! -and it can spread to other people. It's contagious. You need a prescription. Ask your doctor or foot care practitioner about prescription treatments that can be applied to the nail. If you're frustrated with occasional bloating or gas. Your body's giving you signs... it's time to try Align. Align Probiotic was designed by gastroenterologists to help relieve symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome. When you feel the signs... it's time to try Align/ Isn't it absolutely bonkers that you can walk into a store... hand someone a piece of plastic... and they will willingly hand over Reese's cups? Forget flying cars— this is it. We're at the pinnacle. Our hero Paul lovesto help others.But today, ...he's helping protecthimself... ...against pneumococcalpneumonia, which can put you in the hospital. He got the Prevnar 20 vaccine. Yes, even heroes... ...should think protection. Ask about Prevnar 20 today. >> I'm furiosa! More on the movies this weekend > The darkest of angels. [ ] >> The question is... Do you have it in you to make it epic? [ ] >> Roger: all right. I am very excited about that. Let's bring in our film critic richard crouse. I love the mad max series. I can't even lie about it. This one looks great. Good morning. How are you? [ Laughter ] >> I'm good thanks. Nice to see. >> Roger: I was just drawn into the movie. >> That clip is great when chris hemsworth character in the film says do you have it in you to make it epic. He could be talking directly to director george miller who at 79 years old has delivered what will be the best action movie of the year. It is a prequel to mad max furiosa. Which came out about 10 years ago. That was the story of the warrior then played by -- this is now the origin story. How did they become furiosa.

she's played by anya taylor-joy in this version of the film. This is just pedalled to the meddle story telling. There is a scene in here called the stowaway. It is cut up into five different chapters. It reminded me of the old monster truck ads. That you would hear on late night television. You'll pay for the whole seat but only use the edge. Because I found myself moving closer to the screen to be immersed into the eye popping action that he has created here. It is really something. And the story is a little lighter than furry road because it takes place over 18 years rather than furry road's two or three days. Between the actors this is an entertaining day at the movies. >> Roger: does miller do mostly special affects? >> He keeps it to the minimum. That scene that I just told you about took 78 days to shoot because most of it is called practical. People on wires being flown around and that sort of thing. Not a lot of green screen work and anything that I think will look like it will take you out. My eye can spot cgi now and it kind of takes me out of the story. This drew me in because it feels real and it feels visceral. >> Roger: chris hemsworth? Having fun by the looks of it. >> Yeah. With a new nose. He has a different nose in it. He plays a war lord in this that has most of the movie's best lines. When he makes an entrance on a chariot that is being driven by three motorcycles it will stick in your mind. That's an image that stays with you. >> Roger: we have to move on. I would love to keep talking about this, but we're almost out of time. Quickly hit man another four star rating. >> One of my favourite movie from the last year's tiff. Glenn powell plays a person who impersonating hit men for the police. So that he can entrap people that want to kill a loved one or whatever. When I saw this movie there is a scene about three-quarters of a way through that is so well performed. It is funny. It is slap stick and a lot of things going on. The audience applauded during the movie. You don't see that often. It is called hit man. This should make glenn powell a super star. Because he is so good in it. Four out of five stars and in theaters now. >> Roger: we have to go richard, but you did you talked about quickly about gar field and three stars and babes is 3 and a half stars. Thank you very much for joining us. Can't wait to see it. Have a good one. Richard crouse is our film critic.

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