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CBC News: The National | Julie Payette, Catholic Church allegations, Olympic mental health

CBC News: The National | Julie Payette, Catholic Church allegations, Olympic mental health



July 29, 2021 | Former governor general Julie Payette could be stripped of her Order of Canada. The Catholic Church spent millions for residential school survivors on lawyers and administration, documents suggest. Plus, Olympic athletes open up about the pressure to perform.

00:00 The National for July 29, 2021
01:02 Gold for Canada’s women’s eight rowing crew
01:46 Penny Oleksiak finishes 4th in 100m freestyle
02:15 Canada’s Tokyo 2020 performance
05:24 Olympic athletes open up about mental health
08:24 Julie Payette could be stripped of Order of Canada
11:40 Catholic Church residential school survivor money
14:07 Manitoba Catholic priest banned
14:40 Resettling Afghan interpreters
16:55 Police mistake fire victim for mannequin
19:44 Flash floods, landslides in southern Bangladesh
20:06 Sydney, Australia COVID-19 lockdown
20:33 Ontario hits 80% with first COVID-19 vaccine dose
21:03 N.L. expected to drop mandatory mask requirement
21:23 Israel to offer COVID-19 booster shots
23:38 Biden orders U.S. federal workers to get vaccinated
26:08 Training for the mental game of the Olympics
31:51 Haley and Kimberly Daniels make history
37:15 What’s the health impact of wildfire smoke?
42:34 The Moment

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