Oil's rebound continued this week, while some Canadians often unable to pay the bills
The actors talk to CBC's Eli Glasner about how they bonded during The Man Who Knew Infinity.
BBC Click's Nick Kwek looks at some of the best of the week's technology news
Brazilian police say they are hunting for more than 30 men suspected of participating in the gang rape of a 16-year-old over the weekend
Rocco Sollecito, linked to Rizzuto crime family, shot in SUV, pronounced dead at hospital
269 kilograms of dried marijuana, a large quantity of marijuana edibles, including cookies and candy, were seized
Tom Hiddleston's tells tales at the ceremony crowning the winners of the BBC's 500 Words competition.
Mark Saunders has a number of people removed during briefing
Hollywood star Jesse Eisenberg brings his off Broadway hit The Spoils to the West End and stars alongside Game of Thrones actor Alfie Allen and The Big Bang Theory's Kunal Nayyar.
Eleven states are suing the Obama administration over policies about which bathrooms transgender students should use in schools.
Many motorists in France are still having trouble finding fuel, as a result of strikes and blockades by French trade unions.
Marcus Thompson finds out what London's Europeans think of Britain possibly leaving the EU.
One of the survivors of a Mediterranean migrant capsize caught on film has told the BBC that he thought he was going to die.
PM had two goals, a statement against terror ransoms and another advocating stimulus spending. You win some, you lose some
U.S. president speaks at Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park alongside Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe
Writer Roberto Saviano tells the Victoria Derbyshire programme about living for 10 years under threat of death from the mafia.
Donald Trump's proposed wall on the US-Mexico border is seen as both the solution to illegal immigration and a potential nightmare for Mexico.
McDonald's employees are protesting outside the company's annual meeting in Chicago.
The water vole has become Britain's most endangered mammal, but a project in Worcestershire is trying to reverse the decline.
The final verdict in the historic human rights trial of Operation Condor is expected in Argentina this week.
Nearly 20 migrants on the Greek island of Chios are taking part in a hunger strike.
This year's Architecture Biennale in Venice explores how buildings can be designed creatively and sustainably to improve the environment and our lives.
The federal justice minister is taking a second look at the controversial murder conviction of former judge Jacques Delisle
Security, refugees, health and climate change are on the agenda
Former House of Commons sergeant-at-arms was at event commemorating the 100 British soldiers who died during the Easter Rising