Dorothy's ruby slippers from the 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz" are showing their age, and are in need of restoration.
A flotilla of Russian warships is passing through the English Channel. Two British naval ships are shadowing them.
Youngsters with albinism are stepping into the limelight, hoping to be named Kenya's first Mr and Miss Albino.
A flotilla of Russian warships is expected to enter the English Channel on Friday morning en route to Syria.
Lady Gaga talks about the inspiration behind her new album, and what she makes of the US presidential elections.
Chief digital officer Sree Sreenivasan is moving from New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art, to New York City.
Alice Irving was raped as a student at university after a night out. She welcomes new guidelines for supporting victims.
Rex Murphy's not impressed with Justin Trudeau's flip-flop on electoral reform
Charles McMillan on Ottawa considering the sale of airports to raise cash for infrastructure projects
Dianne Buckner looks into the best ways to book a budget getaway
BBC Click's Marc Cieslak looks at some of the best of the week's technology news.
Naveen Prasad is general manager of Elevation Pictures
Sean Speer of the Macdonald-Laurier Institute on possible changes in the CRTC's mandate
Theresa May has pledged to continue to "work closely" with the EU after Brexit, as she arrived for her first Brussels summit as prime minister
BBC World Have Your Say gets reaction from people in Lee's Sandwiches cafe, Las Vegas, to the final presidential debate.
The Scottish actor discusses his directorial debut, based on the Philip Roth novel, and co-starring Jennifer Connelly and Dakota Fanning.
ESA officials say more work is needed to figure out what happened
Iraqi forces continue to battle ISIS fighters
New Yorker accuses presidential candidate of groping her in 1998
Aberfan remembered: disaster in the Welsh valleys
CBC's Nil Köksal tours Jarabulus, where they try to pick up the pieces
Porter Bibb of Mediatech Capital Partners looks at whether Trump TV is a viable idea
Nintendo reveals its next games machine - Nintendo Switch - will be a handheld, portable device that doubles up as a home console.
CBC's Thomas Daigle walks through the squalid refugee camp