CTV News at 11:30
An angry former homeowner who believes he’s a victim of “shadow flipping” is speaking out about a Richmond real estate investor.
The crooner believes B.C. has the potential to become the "Nashville of Canada."
Organizers are moving the annual pro-pot protest into the West End neighbourhood this year.
Canada plans to make a bid for a seat on the UN Security Council, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Thursday as he hosted UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon.
Its Special Investigations Unit is sending investigators online to troll drivers' Facebook and Twitter statuses.
Mounties investigating reports of strange lights over Nanaimo found a man flying a kite with lights attached.
The rate of syphilis in gay men has reached its highest level in 30 years in British Columbia, and Vancouver Coastal Health is urging regular testing.
Victoria police say a driver who hit a police vehicle confessed to distracted driving in a text message.
More than 850,000 payments are at least 31 days overdue, according to the Canadian Taxpayers Federation.
Crews managed to keep the flames from spreading to the attached house and two other people got out safely.
Watch the top stories from CTV Morning Live Vancouver
Watch the top stories from CTV News Vancouver at Noon
Watch the top stories from CTV News Vancouver at Five
Watch the top stories from CTV News Vancouver at Six
Watch the top stories from CTV News Vancouver at 11:30
Consumer Reports has some recommendations for the cook in your life.
The purebred and designer canines were taken into BC SPCA custody amid widespread allegations of puppy mill practices.
Follow CTV Vancouver on Facebook
Mouthwatering recipes and cooking tips.
Enter CTV contests for a chance to win tickets to your favourite shows.
Powered by 94.5 Virgin Radio and 103.5 QM/FM.
Real-time personalized traffic reporting for Metro Vancouver
Go behind the scenes with CTV Vancouver on Instagram