Tanzania pushes ahead with controversial campaign to evict Maasai people

Tanzania pushes ahead with controversial campaign to evict Maasai people

A Maasai man arrives home with his cows in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area in Tanzania, in March.Robert Bociaga/The Globe and Mail In defiance of international protests, the Tanzanian government is pushing ahead with a crackdown on Maasai cattle-herding people who have resisted efforts to evict them from a planned wildlife reserve that will allegedly become … Read more

RBC’s global energy conference: Top 3 takeaways and stock picks

RBC’s global energy conference: Top 3 takeaways and stock picks

A daily roundup of research and analysis from The Globe and Mail’s market strategist Scott Barlow RBC Capital Markets recently held a global energy conference in New York featuring more than 100 corporate presentations, panels, and keynote speakers. The RBC research team published a recap report Tuesday morning, ” We recognized three themes across our … Read more

Members of Patriot Front charged with planning riot at Idaho pride event

Members of Patriot Front charged with planning riot at Idaho pride event

Police in northwest Idaho arrested more than two dozen members of a white nationalist group on Saturday and charged them with planning to stage a riot near a LGBTQ pride event, authorities said. Lee White, police chief in the city of Coeur D’Alene, told reporters 31 members of Patriot Front face misdemeanour charges of conspiracy … Read more

Truck strikes four in residential school march, RCMP describes incident as ‘impatient driver’

Truck strikes four in residential school march, RCMP describes incident as ‘impatient driver’

Two men say they were struck by a truck while participating in a residential school march in Mission, BC, and they want to see the driver found and charged. Troy Ingraldi and Ashton Edwards said they were taking part Saturday in a march calling for a search of the former St. Mary’s residential school grounds … Read more

Ukrainian man crosses front lines to lead risky evacuation of thousands

Ukrainian man crosses front lines to lead risky evacuation of thousands

Oleksander Chausov in Zaporizhzhia on May 26.Anton Skyba/The Globe and Mail The first time Oleksandr Chausov drove evacuees across the front lines that surrounded his home in Russian-controlled Ukraine, he found himself on a road at the top of a dam, his car full of passengers and the world exploding around him. An artillery shell … Read more

Unvaccinated disproportionately risk safety of those vaccinated against COVID-19, study shows

Unvaccinated disproportionately risk safety of those vaccinated against COVID-19, study shows

A person wears a mask as most people surrounding them did not, as the Toronto Raptors play in Toronto, on March 24. Government-led public-health measures such as vaccine passports and mask mandates are lifting across the country, with the public being told to assess and manage personal risk.Nathan Denette/The Canadian Press People who have not … Read more

This Hubble Anniversary Pic of Unusual Galaxies Is Out-of-This-World Gorgeous

This Hubble Anniversary Pic of Unusual Galaxies Is Out-of-This-World Gorgeous

We’ve written about some truly stunning deep space pictures here on ScienceAlert, but a new Hubble snap showcasing a special collection of five galaxies has to be one of the best yet – even by our high standards. The group of galaxies is called the Hickson Compact Group 40, and they’re unusually close together at … Read more

Tanenbaum group’s bid for top UK soccer club highlights MLSE links

Tanenbaum group’s bid for top UK soccer club highlights MLSE links

A giant Chelsea flag flies before Chelsea and Everton kick off a Premier League game at London’s Stamford Bridge on Jan. 16, 2016.JUSTIN TALLIS/AFP/Getty Images With four deep-pocketed suitors preparing to submit bids for Premier League soccer team Chelsea, one group is using Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment chair Larry Tanenbaum’s sporting and community credentials … Read more