Canada marks Remembrance Day, Boeing has an settlement with airplane crash victims’ households, and officers are monitoring new derivatives of the Delta variant. This is what you want to know to begin your day.
1. Remembrance Day: This yr’s ceremonies will stand in stark distinction to final yr, when organizers discouraged folks from attending in individual due to the second wave of COVID-19.
2. Delta derivatives: Well being officers are monitoring a pair of recent derivatives of the COVID-19 Delta variant in Western Canada, though extra proof is required to find out whether or not they’re extra transmissible or trigger extra extreme sickness.
3. Airplane crash settlement: Boeing has reached an settlement with the households of victims within the March 2019 crash of its 737-Max plane in Ethiopia.
4. Afghan refugees: A bunch of volunteers has come collectively to assist Afghan refugees settle into their new properties and begin to construct lives right here in Canada.
5. Gender bias: A brand new Canadian research has discovered that male physicians disproportionately refer sufferers to male surgeons over feminine surgeons regardless of each genders being equally certified and skilled.
‘True Patriot Love’: A Nova Scotia artist has created a charity piece designed to spark remembrance of a latest lack of lives within the Canadian Armed Forces.