After B.C. gyms were given the go-ahead to reopen with COVID-19 safety plans last week, the wedding and funeral industries are calling for the same treatment.
Fully vaccinated Canadian travellers who have recently recovered from COVID-19 are feeling more confident about travelling internationally, but some are learning the hard way that they can test positive on a PCR test weeks or months after getting over their infection.
SFU students are returning to the classroom Monday for the first time this year.
A search and rescue crew in the B.C. Interior is praising an injured skier for activating their SOS device "as early as possible" when they got into trouble.
A convoy of truckers and their supporters gathered in Delta Sunday morning for the start of a cross-country trip intended to deliver a message to Ottawa in protest of vaccine mandates for workers crossing the border between Canada and the United States.
Environment Canada has issued fog advisories for much of B.C.'s South Coast, including Metro Vancouver and Greater Victoria.
Mounties in Mission are investigating a shooting after two people with gunshot wounds were dropped off at the local hospital in the early hours of Saturday.
North Shore Rescue was called to help rescue an injured sledder in the B.C. Interior Saturday night.
The Vancouver Canucks are down two more goalies due to COVID-19.
Abbotsford police say a 27-year-old Langley man is facing several charges after an incident in which he fled from officers and drove over a spike belt Thursday morning.
Canada's top doctor has said the latest wave of COVID-19 driven by the Omicron variant may have reached its peak. But while the modelling appears encouraging, experts say the news should be interpreted with cautious optimism.
A federation representing truckers across Canada has denounced a series of planned protests against the federal government's cross-border travel vaccine mandate, arguing such demonstrations aren't a safe or effective way of resisting the policy.
For the majority of the pandemic, the provincial health officer has advised British Columbians to get tested if they have COVID-19 symptoms. That message changed dramatically on Friday.
A family who fled Egypt over fears of persecution for the father's political activism is fighting for the right to remain in Canada.
With thousands of health-care workers calling in sick in B.C. each day as the Omicron variant of COVID-19 continues to spread through the province, the head of the BC Nurses Union says a lack of access to personal protective equipment is contributing to the problem.
What happens if someone begins to develop COVID-19 symptoms right before they’re supposed to get their booster shot? Dr. Yanet Valdez, an immunologist and the B.C. lead for COVID-19 Resources Canada, gave CTV News Vancouver some insight.
Just before 6 a.m. on Saturday, Jan. 22, Williams Lake RCMP responded to a disturbance at a residence on Carson Drive.
New research from the University of British Columbia is shedding light on the ways that whales feed underwater without flooding their airways with seawater.
The risk of avalanches this weekend in the alpine areas of B.C.’s South Coast mountains is considerable, and Avalanche Canada’s special warning for multiple regions of B.C. remains in place.
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.
British Columbia is beginning to manage COVID-19 more like the common cold, the province's top doctor said Friday while explaining major shifts in the government's approach to the pandemic.
It's not unusual that lottery winners say they didn't believe what they saw when they found out about their sudden fortunes, but one of B.C.'s newest millionaires went a step further.
Abdul Bashir Hashimi is starting off 2022 with a full heart. After spending four years separated from his wife and children, they are by his side and settling into a new life in Canada.
When the provincial health officer told British Columbians she was removing isolation requirements and testing for most of the population and compared managing COVID-19 in similar terms to the flu or common cold, many people were shocked and some instantly alarmed.
A British Columbia high school is retiring its logo and mascot named “Hot Spot” after devastating wildfires in neighbouring communities cast them in a different light.
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.
Sellers of luxury real estate did well last year, data on the Vancouver market suggests. Sales of properties with price tags higher than $4 million were up a whopping 171 per cent year-over-year.
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.
Scientists in the South Pacific have uncovered a rare stretch of pristine coral reef. Daniele Hamamdjian reports.
Jeremy Rupke in on a mission to have the most Canadian backyard around for his son's 7th birthday.
An Edmonton man will spend three nights in an igloo he built if he raises money for multiple sclerosis research.
An Ontario man thought he won more than $1,400 on a sports bet, only to find out that when it comes to tie games, definitions differ.
Doctors in Maryland performed a medical first, transplanting a genetically-altered pig heart on a 57-year old man.
An 18-year-old from British Columbia has a song that’s climbing music charts after making it big on TikTok. Jordan Cunningham reports.
While Canadian authorities have yet to confirm the identities of the three Canadians shot at a resort near Playa de Carmen, Mexico, reports from Mexican media indicate that at least one Canadian killed was allegedly linked to an international criminal organization.
The State Department on Sunday ordered the families of all American personnel at the U.S. Embassy in Ukraine to leave the country amid heightened fears of a Russian invasion.
Pandemic home-based quarantines effectively put women under heightened levels of control from abusive partners, advocates say.
Following the alleged abduction of several female Afghan protestors from their homes a few days ago, the United Nations is urging the Taliban to provide information on their whereabouts.
The man accused of attempting to smuggle across the Canada-U.S. border a family, all four of whom died, will appear in court in Minnesota on Monday.
Despite the federal government's advisory against travelling outside of Canada taking effect midway through December, last month saw more international travel to and from Canada than any other period since the start of the pandemic.
A Taliban delegation led by acting Foreign Minister Amir Khan Muttaqi has started three days of talks in Oslo with Western officials and Afghan civil society representatives amid a deteriorating humanitarian situation in Afghanistan.
The loss of biodiversity of birds and mammals from human-induced climate change has reduced the ability of plants to spread their seeds via animals according to a new study.