Vice President of the BC Nurses' Union, Adriane Gear addresses the critical nursing shortage on CTV Morning Live.
One of the candidates for Vancouver's top job has left the race, according to a statement from his municipal party.
Falling for a ruse isn't a defence against extradition, a British Columbia court ruled recently in a case involving undercover cops and lots of fake cocaine.
The vice-president of B.C.'s nurses union says the staffing shortages and wait times in hospitals across the province are the worst she's ever seen.
Someone could be fined as much as $400,000 if the City of Kelowna finds out who's behind the recent deaths of several local trees.
A B.C. SPCA branch is looking for four missing dogs after a break-in at the local shelter.
While the low pricetag might sound enticing for some, the streetcar does come with a few strings attached – no pun intended.
Alberta Health Services has issued an enforcement order against a Banff home after an inspection discovered that as many as 42 people were staying inside the property, saying the maximum number of occupants of the facility 'was exceeded.'
Canada's summer of heat waves continues this weekend, with warnings issued in four provinces. CTVNews.ca looks at some of the heat records broken already this year in Canada.
Air Canada denied a customer complaint and instructed employees to classify flight cancellations caused by staff shortages as a "safety" problem, which would exclude travellers from compensation under federal regulations. That policy remains in place.
The rapid growth of a long-burning forest fire in central Newfoundland has triggered a state of emergency in the area and the expansion of an outdoor fire ban to the entire province.
Five people, including a suspect, were taken to hospital with serious injuries after a violent incident that drew a massive police presence to downtown Vancouver's main entertainment district Saturday night.
Newfoundland faces its largest wildfire in 61 years; the U.S. Senate passes a major bill that aims to help fight climate change.
Mi-Jung Lee follows CTV’s Ben Miljure as he makes the emotional journey to connect with his Indigenous family in Alert Bay, B.C.