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Think you know the proper way to carve a pumpkin? Chances are there are three things you’re doing wrong which could put you at risk for injuries.
A revised plan would let Sears head office employees and store managers earn their bonuses if they stay with the company for a few months.
You can put an extra $30,000 in your pocket by driving your car 15 years or more.
A Surrey couple may be out thousands of dollars after the deal for their dream townhouse collapsed when they unknowingly relied on a mortgage broker who was no longer registered to do business.
There's evidence that shows a lack of sleep can do a lot more than just affect a child's mood.
Tips to help you complain and get results.
Ross McLaughlin on a class-action lawsuit and Canada taking the top spot when it comes to cashless payments.
If you want to give money as a gift, watch out for prepaid credit cards. You may find that fees could eat away at your gift, leaving the recipient with less money than you'd hoped.
Child identity theft is on the rise and our culture of digital oversharing is likely to blame.
After a CTV News report first exposed a Vancouver man’s struggle to get WestJet to fix his damaged wheelchair, more passengers have come forward to complain about the way their mobility devices were handled while travelling with the airline.
Ross McLaughlin has an update on the 2013 Yahoo hack and Sears Canada's fight to stay in business.
Turo, which is being touted as the Airbnb of car rentals, has officially launched in B.C. But it could be in for a bumpy ride due to the high cost of insurance.
The McLaughlin on Your Side team decided to hit the streets and take on the task of determining who makes the best doughnuts in the city
College and university students can be especially vulnerable to identity theft because they’re not always thinking about their security.
Consumer Reports tested dozens of toilets to see if they wash away debris, clean the bowl after a flush and are water efficient.
Twitter is doubling down, testing a plan to allow longer tweets. Ross McLaughlin has what users of the popular site need to know.
A shocked Cloverdale family was left to pick up the pieces after their glass patio table spontaneously exploded.
Canadian consumers don’t have the same protections as Americans, and can’t put a credit freeze on their report.
Fall cleanup can be a breeze with a pressure washer. But experts warn you should think before you spray.
Recent tests looked at the top pet restraint systems to keep your pet safe while travelling in a vehicle.
B.C. is considered a high-risk zone, so Ross McLaughlin has tips on how to prepare in case an earthquake strikes.
Many people looking to travel to the Caribbean are scrambling to make other plans, but some travel plans are more difficult to cancel than others.
The McLaughlin on Your Side team tested boxed vs. bottled wine to see which one came out on top.
Nutrition experts put 26 different frozen grain bowls to the test – for both nutrition and taste.
A security breach had some Canadians scrambling, but Ross McLaughlin explains it's only those who pay U.S. taxes who are at risk.
Picking a locksmith can be difficult. There are many websites advertising locksmith services and sometimes they look like good deals, but that may not be the case.
The Better Business Bureau has issued a warning that getting someone to pick your lock could leave you deeply out of pocket.
Ross McLaughlin has tips on travel cancellations, especially for those who've booked vacations to hurricane-ravaged regions.
Activated charcoal is being touted as a way to detoxify your body, but does it really work and is it safe?
Garlic has been said to do everything from warding off the common cold to lowering high blood pressure and reducing your risk of cancer, but is there any truth to those claims?
Ross McLaughlin is CTV News Vancouver’s consumer reporter and host of McLaughlin On Your Side.
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