A grieving family is outraged that the man accused in a double killing in Chilliwack last week is being released on bail.
A team leader at Tomahawk Ventures, a company contracted by the province to fight forest fires, is remembering four colleagues who died when their pickup truck crashed into a semi truck on the Trans-Canada Highway near Kamloops early Tuesday morning.
It may be happening too slow for some and too fast for others, but technological innovations are taking place in British Columbia's municipalities, with cybersecurity and funding key considerations as they move forward.
An investigation into unmarked graves and missing children by British Columbia's Sto:lo Nation has revealed at least 158 deaths, most of them at an Indigenous hospital.
After weeks of intensive care, six rescued seals have now headed back into the wild in what is the first seal release of this year's rescue season, according to the Vancouver Aquarium Marine Mammal Rescue Society.
The large wildfire that destroyed dozens of homes in West Kelowna, B.C., and was a key front in the province's most devastating fire season on record is now considered “held” after raging out of control since mid-August.
B.C.'s Civil Resolution Tribunal has ordered a Burnaby strata corporation to allow the owner of one of its units to continue parking in the parking stall she has used for more than a decade, even though the strata claims such a stall does not exist.
Citing "repeated non-compliance," the B.C. government's Environmental Assessment Office has fined the owners of the Coastal GasLink pipeline more than $340,000.
On the second anniversary of a fatal crash in Kamloops, RCMP have released a photo of a tractor-trailer in hopes of furthering the investigation.
A woman in her 70s is dead after a three-vehicle collision at the entrance to an underground parkade in New Westminster, police say.
As diplomatic tensions between India and Canada continue to mount, some B.C. residents are starting to feel the effects.
Income inequality, known for its corrosive effects on health, happiness and community ties, is worse in Vancouver and some nearby municipalities than in most other places in Canada, according to a new analysis of Statistics Canada data.
A sexual assault expert testifying at the trial of a man accused of killing a 13-year-old girl in a B.C. park said she suffered injuries more consistent with childbirth that would have made it difficult for her to walk.
The body of a young man who drowned in Windermere Lake in Invermere, B.C. last weekend has now been found, Mounties confirmed.
The BC SPCA has seized 30 dachshunds from a breeder in the Okanagan who was keeping them in crates on shelves in a squalid basement.
Mounties are appealing for help identifying a man whose body was pulled out of the Fraser River nearly 16 months ago.
A B.C. nurse has had her licence suspended for four months after she "repeatedly" accessed medical records of seven people who were not her patients, according to a decision from the professional regulator's disciplinary panel.
At the invitation of Michael Buble, 'property brother' Drew Scott has joined the ownership team of the Vancouver Giants junior hockey team.
Crews on the North Shore rescued a man who called 911 twice saying he was unsure how much longer he could hang on to a cliff Wednesday evening.
For the third time in two weeks, Vancouver firefighters were called to extinguish a blaze at a vacant apartment building in the Mount Pleasant neighbourhood on Wednesday.
The Supreme Court of Canada has refused to consider an appeal from a South Korean man who was fighting extradition to his home country where he is wanted for fraud related to a Metro Vancouver property development.
The parents of a Nanaimo teenager who was struck in a crosswalk and later died in hospital have been awarded $327,635 after a B.C. Supreme Court judge recognized the Korean practice of hyodo, in which a child is expected to provide financial and domestic support to their parents.
The Interior Health Authority has declared COVID-19 outbreaks at five long-term care homes in its jurisdiction in B.C.
The minimum annual income needed to buy a home in Vancouver inched closer to $250,000 last month, according to an online mortgage brokerage.
Thousands across Canada hit the pavement today to pay tribute to Terry Fox, while raising money for vital cancer research.
A B.C. couple nearly called off their wedding due to the devastating wildfire in the Shuswap region, but the two never gave up hope on celebrating their love, despite the tragedy surrounding them.
A number of Kevin Hart fans were left confused and disappointed by the comedian’s performance in Vancouver's Stanley Park over the weekend, with some saying they spent hundreds of dollars for a surprisingly short set.
UBC engineering student Stephanie Quon has been making a positive difference in her community since she was 15 years old.
An independent special adviser has found that Simon Fraser University's varsity football program would have the potential to operate in Canada but not south of the border.
The names on the outside are different, but most grocery stores are owned by the same companies — yet CTV News shopped around and found they charge significantly different prices for the same items.
Mounties in Richmond are out with a warning after fake phones "made by a well-known company named after fruit" were sold through Facebook Marketplace
A B.C. senior was defrauded of $7.5 million in a months-long cryptocurrency scam, according to authorities.
A team of researchers has crunched the numbers and estimates that British Columbia’s renters are paying roughly 20 per cent more than they otherwise would have due to the impact of short-term rentals.
Vancouver city council has voted to approve a proposal that would add 'missing middle' housing to low-density residential neighbourhoods.
Get a look inside an old school that was turned into a million-dollar home after six years of renovation in Iowa.
Health Canada has issued a recall notice affecting multiple Rainbow Road Board books due to a potential choking hazard.
The U.S. is in touch with Indians at high levels after Ottawa said Indian government agents had links to the murder of a Sikh separatist leader in Canada, and Washington is giving India no 'special exemption' in the matter, U.S. national security adviser Jake Sullivan said on Thursday.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy is set to arrive in the national capital for his first official visit to Canada since Russia launched a full-scale invasion in February 2022.
As Canadians report their frustrations with 'out-of-control' tipping culture, some wonder whether it is time to remove the option to tip at restaurants and is it even possible amid rising food costs?
A Canadian-founded video platform which has found success among right-wing commentators says it will not be removing the ability for Russell Brand to monetize videos on their platform after receiving an inquiry on the subject from the U.K. government amid a wave of sexual assault allegations against the comic.
A Toronto-based law firm was awarded a nearly $4.5 million contract to work on former special rapporteur David Johnston's ill-fated foreign interference probe.
A Toronto man has admitted to fatal poisoning of a toddler's breakfast cereal at a Scarborough residence in 2021 as part of an "obsessive" plot against a married woman.
Members of the Indo-Canadian community are reeling after the Indian government suspended visa services for citizens of Canada, upending travel plans for those set on visiting the country but now caught in the crossfire of a diplomatic blowup.