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CBC News: The National | Encampment removal, Monster storm, Loblaws CEO raise

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April 5, 2023 | The standoff in Vancouver as the city and police try to remove an encampment in the Downtown Eastside. A monster storm brings tornados, freezing rain and blackouts from Texas to the Maritimes. Plus, Loblaws defends boosting its CEO's pay as grocery prices continue to rise.

00:00 The National for April 5, 2023
00:52 Crews move in to remove Vancouver encampment
04:10 Major storm system slams the U.S. and Canada
04:43 Quebec and Ontario hit by freezing rain
07:25 Storm brings tornadoes to U.S. Midwest, South
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12:28 Attack at Brazil daycare leaves 4 children dead
12:50 Canadian women, children leaving ISIS camp
15:31 Taiwan president meets with U.S. leaders
16:10 Zelenskyy in Poland to shore up military support
18:35 Brian Mulroney recovering after cancer treatment
18:55 Election interference group denied cabinet records
22:16 Severe rodent infestation at 24 Sussex
23:15 Loblaws CEO Galen Weston gets a raise
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