Police have released video of an attack that occurred in Vancouver on New Year's Eve, hoping the public will help investigators solve the case.
Health authorities in B.C. announced their plans to address persistent staff shortages amid the latest wave in the COVID-19 pandemic, with strategies including reduced hours, cancelled surgeries and fewer hospital beds.
A relief grant meant to ease the financial burden of B.C. businesses closed by public health order has doubled.
An early morning shooting at a warming centre in Surrey sent two people to hospital Wednesday.
Over 200 Afghan refugees have arrived in Vancouver, the most to reach the province since the Taliban took control of Afghanistan last August.
Zachary Armitage and James Lee Busch are both charged with the first-degree murder of Martin Payne, a 60-year-old Metchosin, B.C., man who was found dead in his home near the prison in July 2019.
Mounties in Chilliwack are applauding the efforts of two Good Samaritans and an off-duty officer who pulled a driver from a creek after he was ejected from his vehicle late last week.
Two more B.C. schools appear to have been impacted by COVID-19 cases in the community, forcing them to close temporarily to in-person learning.
British Columbia's police watchdog is investigating whether the death of a man in custody was linked to police action.
It's a question that's been asked since the early days of the booster shot rollout: eventually, will everyone in B.C. need three doses instead of two to be considered fully vaccinated?
B.C.'s latest COVID-19 case update will be released Wednesday afternoon, the day after health officials announced an extension to nearly all public health orders in the province.
On Tuesday, Dr. Bonnie Henry announced gyms could re-open on Jan. 20 – but pubs and nightclubs must remain closed until at least Feb. 16.
Ottawa paramedics are thanking an eight-year-old boy for saving an elderly man who was almost completely buried in snow during a blizzard Monday morning.
B.C.'s top doctor spoke Tuesday about who in the province will be eligible to receive the just-approved at-home COVID-19 antiviral prescription drug.
A Cape Breton man is cashing in on a bet he made with his friend in 1994.
A scrapbook filled with photos of a soldier’s life during the war somehow ended up in a B.C. thrift shop, and the man who found it is trying to reunite the album with its rightful owner.
Two months after a runaway barge got stuck on Vancouver’s shores during a series of historic storms, plans to recover the vessel remain on the rocks.
The B.C. government has extended most of the COVID-19 restrictions imposed last month to combat the spread of Omicron, but is allowing gyms to reopen under new guidelines.
British Columbia's surge in coronavirus-positive patients in hospital continued on Tuesday, as officials confirmed most of the province's COVID-19 restrictions are being extended into next month.
A 37-year-old man is facing charges after allegedly breaking into a high-end retailer in downtown Vancouver and was "caught in the act" trying to steal merchandise, police said.
A woman whose body was found in a Kelowna, B.C., dog park over the weekend has been identified as a resident of Ontario.
The Coquihalla Highway is being reopened to regular traffic on Wednesday, but with fewer lanes and lower speed limits than usual in some areas.
A man has been arrested following a bizarre and "random" series of events in New Westminster, police say.
While there are many ways we can live more sustainably, a popular option is to adjust our diet to include more plant-based foods - like oat milk.
A warning was issued by B.C. conservation officers after a cougar reportedly lunged at a man while he was walking his dog in a Kelowna park over the weekend.
Sixty-two extra kilometres per hour is costing one dangerous driver $368, and one week without their Toyota Corolla.
As the highly-transmissible Omicron variant continues to fuel COVID-19 cases in the province, a B.C. physician is warning people to stay the course when it comes to restrictions set out by health officials.
The federal government says an herbal medicine company has pleaded guilty in provincial court in Vancouver to a charge of unlawfully importing a protected shark species without a permit.
Amid multiple public health crises, B.C.'s ambulance paramedics responded to a record-breaking number of calls last year.
You may have paid extra for a to-go cup for your favorite beverage in Vancouver. Retailers get to keep the money. But what are they offering in return?
Portable space heaters can be great for warming up drafty rooms but if not handled properly they can be dangerous.
CTV News chief anchor Lisa LaFlamme is not happy that her name and likeness have been used to promote CBD products. The ads are fake, but so-called celebrity endorsements can fool consumers.
B.C. saw a record number of new homes registered for construction in 2021, but data from the Bank of Canada suggests a significant share of them are likely to be purchased by investors.
Despite a full year of COVID-19 impacts, the number of homes sold in British Columbia broke a record, as did the sales dollar volume.
From the speculation and vacancy tax to the foreign buyers tax, B.C.'s current measures designed to improve housing affordability haven't managed to slow a market that's often considered a cash cow. Now, a West Coast think tank argues a surtax on equity may be part of the solution.
A viral video of an exhausted Toronto kid out with his snow shovel has struck a chord with many. Scott Lightfoot reports.
A man from Wisconsin set a couple of bucks free after their antlers got stuck together on his property.
Clayton McGuire found a man stuck face down in the snow and he ran for help. CTV's Peter Szperling reports.
A rare reflection of light is believed to be the cause of an iceberg seemingly appearing off the coast of Vancouver Island.
Canada has enough supply of COVID-19 vaccines to offer booster doses to all who are eligible, though so far just 35 per cent of Canadians have received their third shot, according to the federal health minister.
CTVNews.ca created five charts using data from Statistics Canada and interviewed economists to help explain why inflation in Canada remains so high, amid the continuing effects of the pandemic on the global supply chain.
A recent increase in the number of small-for-gestational-age births—an important indicator of infant health—has been observed in Canada. While the reasons for this increase are unclear, a University of British Columbia report hypothesizes that systemic issues such as immigration, economic stress and increasing maternal age may play a role.
An infectious diseases specialist says the COVID-19 pandemic could begin pivoting to an endemic status in higher-income countries by early spring, based on how Omicron is spreading and affecting hospitalization rates.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is once again condemning mounting aggression from Russia against Ukraine, indicating that Canada fears the situation could dissolve into armed conflict.
A Canadian study suggests the antiviral medication remdesivir could have a 'modest but significant effect' on COVID-19 patient outcomes, including decreasing the need for mechanical ventilation by approximately 50 per cent.
Not only is Earth in the middle of its next mass extinction event, but it may be too late to undo the harm inflicted upon the planet’s species, one study suggests.
Canadian fashion mogul Peter Nygard will remain behind bars in Toronto as he awaits trial on sexual assault charges after an Ontario court rejected his bid to be released on bail.
A new study involving a systematic review of COVID-19 vaccine trials suggests that the negative version of the placebo effect may be behind mild COVID-19 vaccine side-effects like headache and fatigue, and not the vaccines themselves.