Violence erupted between opponents and supporters of LGBTQ2S+ education during a pair of duelling protests held in downtown Vancouver on Wednesday.
The annual Union of B.C. Municipalities convention was in full swing on Wednesday, with mayors and councillors taking the rare opportunity to ask cabinet ministers tough questions in front of their peers.
B.C.’s housing minister has confirmed the province will be taking “a bigger role in addressing short-term rentals” when new legislation is introduced in the fall.
Four people were killed in a car crash early Tuesday morning on B.C.’s Highway 1, according to Mounties.
Two buildings at BCIT's Burnaby campus were evacuated Wednesday afternoon "due to a reported natural gas incident."
Mounties in Burnaby are asking the public for help identifying a man suspected of committing an "indecent act" at a coffee shop in the city earlier this month.
British Columbia's mayors and councillors have sent a clear message to the provincial government that their priorities revolve around health care, toxic drugs, and emergency services.
Mounties in Metro Vancouver have released a photo of a man alleged to have assaulted a restaurant worker more than two months ago.
The leader of B.C.'s official Opposition faced calls to condemn rallies against LGBTQ2S+ education happening across Canada Wednesday after suggesting the protesters have "legitimate concerns."
Conservation officers have killed one coyote in Mission, but say there are likely others behaving aggressively in the area after nine biting incidents in the last week.
A dozen District Parent Advisory Councils from around B.C. have signed onto a public statement supporting the inclusion of sexual orientation and gender identity in education, as marches calling for the end of such inclusion unfolded across the province Wednesday.
The Vancouver Police Department says it's beefing up security outside India's Consulate after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said this week there was credible intelligence about a potential link between India's government and the killing of a Sikh community leader in B.C.
Vancouver's mayor has added his voice to the chorus of officials condemning anti-LGBTQ2S+ protests planned to take place in B.C. and across the country Wednesday.
A facility in West Vancouver has partnered with a UBC researcher on a project that's introducing seniors to "social robots."
Local politicians in British Columbia have passed all three resolutions asking the province to boost funding and regulation around the drug decriminalization pilot program, including expanding possession and use prohibitions to parks and sports fields.
The driver of a truck that slammed into an overpass in North Vancouver – causing an overnight highway closure – fled the scene on foot, 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.
A former Vancouver Island gym teacher has permanently lost his teaching certificate after he started an intimate relationship with a vulnerable 15-year-old student and began dating the student shortly after graduation.
Hardeep Singh Nijjar is being remembered by family and supporters as a giving community activist. But in India, he was a wanted man, after authorities labelled him a terrorist in 2020.
After seven coyote attacks were reported in just over 24 hours late last week, there have been two more attacks in the same area of Mission, bringing the total to nine.
The government of India is advising its citizens living in Canada to be cautious amid what it calls 'growing anti-India activities' in the country, allegations from Ottawa that India may have been involved in the killing of a Sikh separatist leader.
Whereas toxic drugs and decriminalization of simple possession dominated the first day, the second day of the annual Union of B.C. Municipalities convention saw big emphasis and discussion on this year's horrific wildfire season and years of challenges ahead.
A pair of camouflage pants prompted an unusual request for RCMP assistance in B.C.'s West Kootenay region last week.
A West Vancouver man's exacting standards for the wine cooler in his rented townhome have led to three Residential Tenancy Board decisions, two court rulings and – ultimately – his eviction.
The owner of a Vancouver-based compostable packaging business says she's warned government officials for years about the dangers of paper products.
A sentencing hearing was held Friday for the man responsible for the death of a 14-year-old boy who was given a large amount of drugs at a skate park four years ago.
Vancouver city council has voted to approve a proposal that would add 'missing middle' housing to low-density residential neighbourhoods.
Conservation officials are warning people in Mission to remain vigilant after a seventh person was bitten by a coyote in the city Friday morning.
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.
The minimum annual income needed to buy a home in Vancouver inched closer to $250,000 last month, according to an online mortgage brokerage.
Tyler Fleming reports on a young boy earning medals and social media attention as he takes to BMX bike racing tracks in Ontario.
India's visa processing centre in Canada suspended services Thursday as a rift widened between the countries after Canada's leader said India may have been involved in the killing of a Canadian citizen.
Rupert Murdoch has stepped down as the chairman of Fox Corp and News Corp, ending a more than seven-decade career during which he created a media empire spanning from Australia to the United States.
The interim leader of Canada's newest federal party says he wants it to be an option for people who are tired of both the governing Liberals and the "rage farming" coming from the Conservatives.
Jury selection in the sexual-assault case against Canadian fashion mogul Peter Nygard is set to begin this morning in a Toronto courtroom.
Thousands of people gathered in cities across Canada on Wednesday for competing protests, screaming and chanting at each other about school policies on gender identity.
A Columbus police officer summoned to a home by a father concerned his 11-year-old daughter was being solicited by an adult man repeatedly asserted that the girl could face charges for sending explicit images of herself.
The federal government is hoping Canada's devastating wildfire season sparks momentum for carbon pricing at the United Nations.
Younger Canadians are being impacted by many compounding issues including the high cost of living, which is one of the reasons they aren't having children, a new report by Statistics Canada shows.