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The McLaughlin on Your Side team tested several the purses of several CTV anchors to see what germs were lurking in the bags.
Health clubs can be a breeding ground for some nasty germs, including bacteria, viruses and fungi.
Ross McLaughlin responds to questions and concerns sent to the McLaughlin on Your Side inbox.
If you rent or use car share you need to make sure you’re protected or you could face a fine.
As Metro Vancouver continues to shiver through this cold snap a lot of people are feeling the chill inside their homes.
Consumer Reports took a look at the two top-selling models, Toyota’s RAV4 and the Honda CR-V.
It's common to overindulge on sweet holiday treats, but it is possible to enjoy the season without packing on the pounds.
Is the hottest toy of the year a bit of a bad egg? Ross McLaughlin on a Hatchimal that some parents say has a foul mouth.
It's an annual tradition. People lining up the day after Christmas for big Boxing Day sales, but is this tradition coming to end or morphing into something else?
If someone did something nice for you would that inspire you to do something nice for someone else? That’s the question the McLaughlin on Your Side team wanted to answer as part of our Pay it Forward series this holiday season.
Nitrogen-infused cold brew has been served in specialty coffee shops to a niche market. Starbucks is planning to deliver it to the masses.
Donating to charity can be a win-win: not only is it a great way to give back and make a difference, but it can also reduce your tax burden.
Recent UBC grads Alex Chua and Charli Shi are bringing virtual reality to the masses at UNIVRS.
Drinking even a little alcohol when you’re taking certain prescription and over-the-counter drugs can be a health hazard.
The Delta Police Department joined forces with CTV News to help spread holiday cheer and Pay it Forward.
Ross McLaughlin reviews Canada Post shipping deadlines on the busiest day of the year for the agency.
Ross McLaughlin answers questions and concerns from the CTV viewer inbox.
Consumer Reports surveyed 65,000 readers and combined their satisfaction scores with research to help develop key factors for making a good luggage choice.
McLaughlin on Your Side is challenging people to spread some holiday cheer in the hope it will ignite a movement in the community that could last all year round.
CTV’s Ross McLaughlin went on the hunt to track down the coveted Hatchimal toy and went to extreme measures to buy one.
The snowfall had many motorists anxious to get winter tires on their vehicles, but unless you made an appointment last week, you are likely out of luck.
A Vancouver company may have the solution to fight the stink in your workout gear, and its secret weapon is a little fishy.
Added sugars can lurk in surprising places, including many foods that sound healthy.
A North Vancouver couple who tried to send money to the Philippines says something went wrong and their family didn’t receive the transfer.
Ross McLaughlin finds out how new smartphones from Apple, Samsung and Google stack up.
Trevor Chan now owes his bank thousands of dollars, and his credit has been ruined.
Ross McLaughlin answers questions from viewers, including how the Mobi bike share helmets are cleaned.
The calorie counts of common Starbucks drinks are now posted on menus, but some research shows it may not have a big impact on consumers’ choices.
Ross McLaughlin is CTV News Vancouver’s consumer reporter and host of McLaughlin On Your Side.
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