CTV Morning Live discusses the exciting details of the new season of Amazing Race Canada with Host, Jon Montgomery!
A recent browse of real estate listings in Vancouver showed that several mansions in one particular area of the city are for sale.
The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver says last month's home sales dropped by about 35 per cent since last June and 16 per cent from May 2022 as houses remained on the market longer and interest rates rose.
Someone tried to smuggle more than 50 kilograms of illicit drugs across the U.S.-Canada border, officials say.
An unexpected move to pay British Columbia’s family doctors for the extra time required to assess high-risk COVID-19 patients has a physicians’ group urging the province to recognize many others deserve more time with their primary doctor as well.
A black bear that was caught on camera chasing geese at a busy Metro Vancouver park over the weekend was killed by conservation officers.
A B.C. man's claim that he did not pay an invoice for the installation of a wall-mounted TV because he somehow suffered a head injury due to shoddy work has been dismissed by a provincial tribunal.
The campaign for Patrick Brown said it was consulting its legal team after the leadership election organizing committee of the federal Conservatives voted to disqualify him from the race late Tuesday.
A woman who was set on fire while on a Toronto bus in a random attack last month has died, police say.
An emergency resolution before the Assembly of First Nations annual meeting to reaffirm the suspension of National Chief RoseAnne Archibald has failed in Vancouver.
The father of the Edmonton girl who was missing for nine days said he was getting ready to post another update on Facebook last Saturday when police knocked on his door.
Two young emergency room doctors, raised and trained in Montreal, are leaving their jobs after only two years to move back to Toronto – and they say the Quebec health-care model and Bill 96 are to blame.
Police charge suspect in deadly Fourth of July parade shooting; and, a surge in COVID-19 cases.
Former NHL player Mike Grier has become the first Black general manager in the league's history. Tom Walters reports.