Due to what the province calls a "growing surge" of parkgoers, outdoor enthusiasts will soon need to have a day pass to spend time at a park on Metro Vancouver's North Shore.
A British Columbia judge went against precedent when determining a sentence for a woman who pleaded guilty to trafficking potent opioids in the province.
Days after human remains were found in a burning vehicle in Abbotsford, B.C., authorities have determined the cause of death to be non-suspicious.
Some major employers in Metro Vancouver are extending the deadlines for workers to prove they're fully vaccinated against COVID-19 after decisions made by B.C.'s Labour Relations Board.
A stretch of Highway 1 was closed Wednesday morning due to downed power lines, with no detour available.
The City of Vancouver has approved a new budget for 2022, which includes a higher-than-proposed property tax increase.
The prosecution can either appeal the latest decision to the state’s highest court, or proceed with a new trial. "Whether that takes another few months or years, we are steadfast in our desire to bring justice."
Canada will proceed with a diplomatic boycott of the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games, meaning government officials won’t attend but athletes can continue to compete.
What was supposed to be a week of relaxation in Mexico has turned into a nightmare for a Vancouver woman. Jamie Coutts, who flew to Playa Del Carmen last week, is facing extensive surgery after being attacked by a stranger in the resort town.
One woman has died and a man was taken to hospital after a serious crash in Mission, local Mounties say.
Canadian race walker Evan Dunfee plans to throw his hat into the political ring next fall.
British Columbia's provincial health officer says there's no guarantee that COVID-19 booster shots will be necessary every six months.
A security guard was rushed to hospital in serious condition Tuesday after he was repeatedly stabbed by a man shoplifting from a Walmart in Campbell River, B.C. The perpetrator, who was wearing a purple wig and a medical mask at the time, is still at large.
A missing Metro Vancouver teenager has been found dead, local police announced a day after alerting the public of her case.
British Columbia's worker protection agency says employers and employees should be aware of the hazards at job sites as the massive repair and recovery work begins after a series of torrential storms.
Health officials in B.C. have announced that certain people in the province will be eligible to receive a fourth dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
Another four cases of the concerning Omicron COVID-19 variant have been confirmed in British Columbia, health officials announced Tuesday.
Forty-eight dairy farms in Sumas Prairie, B.C. remain under evacuation order because of historic floods that have washed away most of their feed. However, dairy farmers in Ontario are stepping up to help by donating milk replacer.
As Abbotsford, B.C., lifts more evacuation orders for properties in Sumas Prairie, some residents who are starting to return home are finding not only are their belongings destroyed, but also stolen.
The B.C. government has promised more than $486,000 to help fund programs that discourage youth from participating in gang activity.
Recent data from Statistics Canada shows an increase in estimated mortality numbers, especially in the provinces of B.C. and Alberta. Along with COVID-19, the spike in these two provinces is largely owed to the summer heatwave and illicit drug overdoses across different age groups.
While Google Street View is a handy tool that allows users to virtually explore streets and landmarks, it can also capture some pretty unusual sights.
Extreme damage to public washrooms in Surrey, B.C., parks is under investigation and Mounties say they believe the vandalism may be connected to a social media trend.
The devastation from the recent floods in Abbotsford inspired one Sumas Mountain resident to use her artistic skills for a good cause.
Metro Vancouver Transit Police are searching for a suspect after a disturbing attack on a SkyTrain last month in Vancouver that sent an elderly woman to hospital.
A number of past patients at a Vancouver hospital are learning they were treated by a woman accused of fraudulently posing as a nurse.
A class action suit against the federal government can go ahead, despite Ottawa's claims that the right to fish "does not exist," a B.C. judge has ruled.
The B.C. floods are spilling over and affecting homeowners outside the flood areas. One homeowner nearly had his new home purchase fall apart because of it.
Plastic shopping bags will be banned in Vancouver in the New Year and consumers will have to pay extra for paper bags and single use cups.
Canadians and B.C. residents have dug down deep. In less than two weeks, the Red Cross has raised more than $12 million in donations for B.C. flood victims.
The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver says November home sales increased by almost 12 per cent from last year as demand continued to outpace supply.
The modest plans of two recent B.C. lottery winners highlight the challenge would-be homeowners face in the current real estate market.
A loud boom and bright flash seen on Dec. 7, 2021, may have been a meteor.
A Toronto family is heartbroken after their elaborate inflatable Christmas display was vandalized.
Hamid Hakimi and his partners at Elite Developments pledged $200,000 for Afghan refugees’ holiday shopping. Heather Butts reports.
Virgin Radio's Jax Irwin explains why she thinks the Canadian star withdrew his nominations this year.
Drone video shows the houses and fields of a village in Indonesia which have been devastated by the eruptions of Mount Semeru.
Three-time cancer survivor Tymaz Bagbani beat the odds and now hopes to inspire others, sharing his near-death leukemia journey through his music.
Bob and Cheryl Vandal set off from Alberta to make authentic Canadian dishes in the U.K. CTV’s Daniele Hamamdjian reports.
With the COVID-19 pandemic newly invigorated by emergence of the Omicron variant, CTVNews.ca looks at mask-wearing requirements, and their exemptions, across Canada.
A former employee of the Canadian Space Agency has been charged for allegedly acting on behalf of a Chinese aerospace company while carrying out his duties.
An emergency operation is underway after a car crashed into Niagara River and is floating dangerously close to the edge of Niagara Falls.
As provinces and territories work to inoculate their populations against COVID-19, questions are swirling over whether booster shots will soon be required for individuals to be considered 'fully vaccinated.'
One of two men charged in the death of a Calgary Police Service (CPS) officer pleaded guilty to the lesser charge of manslaughter in court on Wednesday.
The founder and CEO of Better.com has apologized for firing 900 employees over Zoom just before the holidays.
Pfizer said Wednesday that a booster dose of its COVID-19 vaccine may offer important protection against the new Omicron variant even though the initial two doses appear significantly less effective.