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April 19, 2018 4:39 PM NASA’s Tess spacecraft embarks on ‘Goldilocks’ planet search

Discoveries by Tess will bring us closer to answering age-old questions such as ‘Does life exist beyond Earth?’ The most promising candidates will be studied by bigger, more powerful observatories of the future, including NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope, due to launch in another few years as the heir to Hubble. These telescopes will scour the planets’ 13

March 14, 2018 1:02 PM ECMA nomination withdrawal highlights debate of who is Métis

Maxim Cormier's nod in the Indigenous Artist of the Year category was withdrawn last week The East Coast Music Awards decision to withdraw the nomination of a Cape Breton guitarist in the Indigenous Artist of the Year category is drawing criticism from a group that says the association has no business deciding who is Indigenous. The ECMA's board of directors 25

February 19, 2018 9:43 PM New Pennsylvania congressional map could benefit Democrats

Republican lawmakers expected to challenge congressional district map in Federal Court Pennsylvania's high court issued a new congressional district map for the state's 2018 elections on its self-imposed deadline Monday, all but ensuring that Democratic prospects will improve in several seats and that Republican lawmakers challenge it in Federal Court 36

February 7, 2018 7:56 PM Consumer prices in Alberta rise higher than Canada

Consumer prices in Alberta showed the highest annual increase in October than any other province, says Statistics Canada. The federal agency reported Friday that the Consumer Price Index in Alberta rose by three per cent, after a 2.6 per cent annual hike in September. Prices in the Calgary census metropolitan area were up by 3.3 per cent following a 3.2 per cent annual 32

February 4, 2018 2:00 PM Mixed emotions for Labrador Inuit 5 years into caribou hunting ban

Scientists say there are fewer than 9,000 George River caribou left The George River caribou hunting ban brings out a mix of emotions for Labrador Inuit. Beneficiaries haven't been able to practise an important part of their culture for five years. Many people deeply miss eating caribou in a region where buying food comes at a great expense. The province 18

October 26, 2017 9:43 AM Trump coy on release of files concerning JFK assassination

WASHINGTON – U.S. President Donald Trump is playing it coy on what people will see from long-secret JFK assassination-era files. He's been caught between students of the killing who want every scrap of information out on that crucible of history and intelligence agencies that are said to be counselling restraint. How that plays out should be known Thursday 42

October 25, 2017 11:08 PM Share of new immigrants in Sask. climbs upward: StatsCan

Share of recent immigrants in Prairie provinces has doubled in past 15 years The number of new immigrants landing in Saskatchewan jumped in the last 15 years. According to Statistics Canada, the provincial share of Canada's recent immigrants grew from just under one per cent in 2001 to four per cent in 2016. The climb is part of a larger trend. During 34

October 25, 2017 10:20 PM Winnipeg's Indigenous population highest in Canada, but growth rate is slowing

Winnipeg has 92,810 people identifying as First Nations, Métis or Inuit Winnipeg has the largest Indigenous population of any major city in Canada, according to the latest census data. The Statistics Canada numbers, based on the 2016 census, show Winnipeg's census metropolitan area (CMA) with 92,810 people identifying as Indigenous — First Nations, Métis 30

October 25, 2017 9:32 PM More and more, 'average Canadian' is anything but, says latest 2016 census

OTTAWA -- Increasingly, the face of the average Canadian is anything but average. There was plenty of diversity on display in Wednesday's deposit of Statistics Canada census data, including 250 different ethnic origins across the country, and hints of more to come: visible minorities could comprise fully one-third of Canadians by 2036 as immigration 20

October 25, 2017 9:07 PM Evening Update newsletter: Census 2016, Bank of Canada, small-business tax changes

This is the daily Evening Update newsletter, a roundup of the important stories of the day and what everyone is talking about that will be delivered to your inbox every weekday around 5 p.m. ET. If you're reading this online, or if someone forwarded this e-mail to you, you can sign up for Evening Update and all Globe newsletters here. As we continue 45