CBC News: The National | Alberta COVID-19, Tokyo 2020, fertility doctor settlement



July 28, 2021 | Alberta prepares to remove most COVID-19 isolation and testing requirements even as cases rise in the province. Team Canada’s women dominate at Tokyo 2020. Plus, a fertility doctor at the centre of a controversial lawsuit agrees to a multi-million dollar settlement.
Note: Photos used in this broadcast at 7:19 were taken by Matt Hiscox

00:00 The National for July 28, 2021
01:03 Alberta to further ease COVID-19 protocols
04:01 B.C. declares COVID-19 outbreak in Okanagan
06:02 Quarantine required for visit to England, Scotland
06:25 Critics say Habs owner’s apology isn’t enough
08:41 Canadian rowers win bronze at Tokyo 2020
09:14 Canadian women dominating in Tokyo 2020
11:37 Gymnast Ellie Black reinjures ankle
12:08 Simone Biles withdrawals from all-around event
12:22 Tokyo officials plead with public to stay home
14:59 U.S. health-care workers face mandatory vaccinations
17:24 Afghan interpreters face tight resettlement deadline
20:33 Inflation slows as housing, gas prices rise
23:21 Tennis players feeling the Tokyo heat
23:48 Canada’s Benfeito, McKay miss diving podium
25:15 Andre De Grasse’s road to Tokyo 2020
32:02 What to watch for next at Tokyo 2020
34:08 Digraced fertility doctor agrees to settlement
36:50 $5.2B Muskrat Falls deal between feds, N.L.
37:25 Breaking gender barriers in the container ship industry
43:25 The Moment

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