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B.C.'s health minister is facing growing backlash and anger from the province's doctors over a comment he tried to deny making, even though it was recorded and publicly available.
The grieving father of the 14-year-old girl who was killed by a dump truck in Burnaby, B.C., last week says his daughter's dream was to become a doctor and support her family.
Recurring wheelchair malfunctions have left Tessa Schmidt stranded in the middle of a busy street, but she's not eligible for a government replacement until 2026.
Zoe Si's work has been seen by millions splashed on the pages of The New Yorker and this week she learned she was up for a Pulitzer Prize for several of her drawings.
A man from British Columbia was sentenced to several years behind bars following the import of opium to Canada.
A number of Lytton residents, both current and former, are voicing their anger over a corporate video that was filmed in the town's fire ruins.
Justice advocate David Milgaard, a man who was wrongfully convicted of murder and spent more than two decades in prison, has died.
Aaron Salter was one of 10 killed in an attack whose victims represented a cross-section of life in the predominantly Black neighbourhood in Buffalo, New York. They included a church deacon, a man at the store buying a birthday cake for his grandson and an 86-year-old who had just visited her husband at a nursing home.
The white 18-year-old who shot and killed 10 people at a Buffalo supermarket had researched the local demographics and drove to the area a day in advance to conduct reconnaissance with the intent of killing as many Black people as possible, officials said Sunday.
Not long before Russian President Vladimir Putin launched his invasion of Ukraine in February, CTV News' Chief International Correspondent Paul Workman returned to Afghanistan, a country he last visited in 2008 that is now faced with a humanitarian crisis under Taliban rule.
While the Red River is starting to recede in southern Manitoba, flood waters linger in communities and more than 2,000 people are still displaced.
Someone in Miramichi, N.B. has been leaving $50 and $100 bills around and no one knows why. Derek Haggett reports.