Special Olympics Athlete, Amy Nelson joins CTV Morning Live to speak about her enriching experience as a soccer player!
British Columbia recorded 2,272 illicit drugs deaths last year, new data released by the BC Coroners Service shows.
Members of the Vancouver School Board have voted unanimously to support the renaming of Lord Roberts Elementary in the city's West End neighbourhood.
A crow that made the Vancouver International Airport its home for weeks has been released into the wild.
Disturbing video of a man berating a young couple with homophobic slurs in downtown Vancouver has triggered a police investigation – and prompted an outpouring of support for the victims.
B.C.'s highest court has given new life to a fraud victim's case against her bank, which she alleges had a duty to warn her about scams that had been reported in the community before allowing her to transfer $69,000 overseas.
ICBC has been ordered to pay over $2,500 for repairs to a man's Tesla after the province's Civil Resolution Tribunal dismissed the insurer's claim that the driver lied about what caused the damage.
President Joe Biden said on Saturday that he ordered U.S. officials to shoot down the suspected Chinese spy balloon earlier this week and that national security leaders decided the best time for the operation was when it got over water.
Canadians will continue to bundle up in the country's east this weekend as a recent bout of extreme cold persists in much of Quebec and the Atlantic provinces. CTVNews.ca looks at the signs and symptoms for frostbite and hypothermia to watch for if exposed to extreme cold.
An early study has shown keeping your gums and teeth healthy may have added benefits for your brain health.
A cold snap that triggered Environment Canada alerts involving eight provinces and territories extended into a second day on Saturday, shattering several past temperature records and leaving thousands of customers in Atlantic Canada without power.
The massive white orb drifting across U.S. airspace has triggered a diplomatic maelstrom and is blowing up on social media. A look at what's known about the balloon crossing the U.S. and what isn't.
According to professor at the University of Toronto who specializes in biological hazards and microfungi it may not just be the stuff of science fiction.