Canadians asked to wear masks, maintain distance at Remembrance Day ceremonies

 
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Canada marks Remembrance Day, Boeing has an agreement with plane crash victims' families, and officials are monitoring new derivatives of the Delta variant. Here's what you need to know to start your day.
 
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1
  Remembrance Day
This year's ceremonies will stand in stark contrast to last year, when organizers discouraged people from attending in person because of the second wave of COVID-19.
 
2
  Delta derivatives
Health officials are monitoring a pair of new derivatives of the COVID-19 Delta variant in Western Canada, although more evidence is needed to determine whether they are more transmissible or cause more severe illness.
 
3
  Plane crash settlement
Boeing has reached an agreement with the families of victims in the March 2019 crash of its 737-Max aircraft in Ethiopia.
 
4
  Afghan refugees
A group of volunteers has come together to help Afghan refugees settle into their new homes and start to build lives here in Canada.
 
5
  Gender bias
A new Canadian study has found that male physicians disproportionately refer patients to male surgeons over female surgeons despite both genders being equally qualified and experienced.
 
 
 
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While there are notable differences between the original poppies of 1921 and newer ones most Canadians are familiar with today, the concept has remained largely the same, even after 100 years.
 
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ONE MORE THING...
 
 
'True Patriot Love'
 
A Nova Scotia artist has created a charity piece designed to spark remembrance of a recent loss of lives in the Canadian Armed Forces.
 
 
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