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#GlobalNews Global National: April 30, 2022 | “Rolling Thunder” protest hits the streets of Canada’s capital

Downtown Ottawa is once again the scene of mass protests, with a series of rallies expected to impact the capital throughout the weekend. Many of the attendees took part in the weeks-long occupation of Ottawa back in February. However, this time, police say they will not allow protesters to paralyze the city. Dan Spector has the latest developments. 

Ukrainian forces are fighting to hold back a renewed Russian advance from the east. It comes as the United Nations works to broker a civilian evacuation of the devastated city of Mariupol. David Akin has the latest. 

Meanwhile, on her first official trip to Washington, D.C. as Canada’s defence minister last week, Anita Anand visited her U.S. counterpart at the Pentagon. The pair discussed their allyship and each country’s response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Abigail Bimman speaks with the minister. 

The Archbishop of Canterbury is in Saskatchewan this weekend on a trip billed as an opportunity to repent and atone for the Anglican church’s role in Canada’s residential school system. Nathaniel Dove reports.

The Department of National Defence is investigating an incident on the campus of Kingston’s Royal Military College. Tonight, we’re learning more about those who lost their lives in the crash. Sean O’Shea reports. 

Millions of Americans are under a severe storm threat right now, while several storm systems are bringing damaging winds, hail and tornadoes to the central plains. That’s in addition to the wildfires in the West. Jennifer Johnson has the details.

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