Harry Potter fans gather at bookshops across the country for the release of latest instalment in the series.
Reports from the besieged Syrian city of Aleppo suggest that only a small number of people have made use of humanitarian corridors set up to allow them to leave rebel-held areas
Steve Huffman, co-founder and chief executive of Reddit, offers the business advice he wishes he had been given before he started out, for the BBC News series CEO Secrets.
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child had its gala opening Saturday in London and J.K. Rowling says there's already talk of a Broadway run
Program in Toronto offers patients a chance to happily forget about the past by encouraging them to focus on the present
Democrats dealing with a cybersecurity nightmare after they were reportedly hacked for a third time
With death and destruction spreading across Syria, the world waits to see if reported humanitarian corridors can bring relief
No survivors after hot air balloon caught fire and crashed in central Texas
CBC's Greg Ross caught up with some of the athletes before their flight at Toronto's Pearson Airport Friday night
Dr. Joelene Huber offers some tips for protecting yourself when travelling
At least 2 people are dead after Syrian hospital supported by the charity Save the Children was bombed
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As the Harry Potter and the Cursed Child play premieres in London, the BBC grabbed a quick word with author JK Rowling.
Hundreds of people have held rallies in Australia following allegations of abuse against boys in juvenile detention.
U of T professor of medicine Dr. Joelene Huber tells Canadians what they need to know now that Florida is investigating its first local cases of the Zika virus
A maternity hospital in Idlib province was hit in an air strike on Friday. Two people are reported to have been killed.
Towers of lettuce and pak choi, or a three-storey farm in an office building - could this be the future of farming?
Kenya is dealing with a wave of arson attacks that has seen more than 100 schools burnt down this year.
A rare, and extremely pungent. 'corpse flower' has bloomed in New York Botanical Garden.
Stuart Lombard is founder and CEO of Toronto's Ecobee, the maker of internet-connected thermostats
Laurence Cooke, CEO and co-founder of nanoPay, on the firm's new app MintChip
A retrospective of work by William Eggleston, often referred to as the father of colour photography, is being held in London.
Emanuella Enenajor is the Canada and U.S. economist for the Bank of America Merrill Lynch
Organizers may have the best intentions, but when thousands of strangers show up to party, how they act is largely out of their control
From B.C.'s foreign home-buyer tax to the benefits of higher education, the CBC's Jacqueline Hansen sorts out the details in her weekly video recap
Some key moments from the presidential nominating conventions over the past 2 weeks