Herman Narula, founder and chief executive of British tech start-up company Improbable, sets out his roadmap for UK tech success.
Ben Stanway, founder of the Moneybox app, talks about the difference between the UK and US when it comes to business ambition.
BBC Click's Dan Simmons finds out how companies are changing the way we communicate.
A look back at the life and career of former Israeli PM and President Shimon Peres.
CBC's Adrienne Arsenault looks at the life and legacy of one of Israel's founding fathers
A five-month-old boy is the first baby to be born using a controversial technique involving DNA from three individuals
Project will build a liquefied natural gas terminal on coast and pipeline spanning province
Steve Faguy of the Montreal Gazette on the demise of Shomi
Shannon Lee Simmons, founder of New School of Finance, on the age-old debate
Robert Shiller, economic professor at Yale University, on housing markets and U.S. politics
Felix Salmon, senior editor at Fusion, on what we learned from the U.S. presidential debate
A recent exhibition of photographs aims to show the "turban power" of the Sikh community
Naomi Watts describes Liev Schriber's passion for their latest film The Bleeder on the TIFF red carpet
In one part of rebel-held Aleppo, nearly all families have left - the ones who remain face starvation.
Rhenium, zirconium, thallium - obscure metals trader Anthony Lipmann shows off his wares, but who would want to buy them?
Historic deal between government and rebels aims to halt hostilities
Heavy rain, high winds result in several injuries and at least 1 death
The veteran Canadian actor on receiving the Stratford Festival's Legacy Award and why younger actors should 'ground themselves' in theatre.
In five words, what does Canada offer the world?
Chairman of Israel's Foreign Affairs and Defence committee on prospects for peace.
Bird's-eye view captures true impact from years of war
Manufacturer says sludge in Ford Fusion's oil cap due to Newfoundland woman's driving habits
People watching in Seattle react to the Clinton-Trump presidential debate.
We asked African-American voters in Harlem what they made of the US presidential debate.
Clinton's response? 'Please, the fact-checkers, get to work'