Special Olympics Athlete, Amy Nelson joins CTV Morning Live to speak about her enriching experience as a soccer player!
The jury in the coroner's inquest into the death of Vancouver police Const. Nicole Chan finished its deliberations Wednesday afternoon.
A B.C. man who stabbed his wife in the back was acquitted of aggravated assault after a judge found he was likely to have been "effectively asleep" at the time.
Vancouver’s only nude beach could see more RCMP police patrols this summer, according to a staff report.
The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver says January home sales were more than halved from the year before and down 21 per cent from December.
A new payment model for family doctors in B.C. kicked in Tuesday, but many are still hesitant.
An 2SLGBTQ+ advocate believes hateful online rhetoric is fuelling a rise in real world harassment against members of the queer community – and says a recent homophobic tirade caught on video in downtown Vancouver is only the latest example.
Beyonce stands alone on her Grammy throne: With her fourth win Sunday night, she has become the most decorated artist in the show's history surpassing the 26-year-old record once held by the late Hungarian-British conductor Georg Solti.
The first of the Leopard 2 tanks Canada is donating to Ukrainian forces has arrived in Poland.
Groups that advocate for seafarers are expressing concern for 11 sailors who are spending a harsh Quebec winter aboard three tugboats that have been detained for months in the port of Trois-Rivières.
Singer-songwriter Tobias Jesso Jr. became a first-time Grammy Award winner at the pre-broadcast ceremony where fellow Canadians Michael Buble and Drake also picked up trophies.
Charles Kimbrough, a Tony- and Emmy-nominated actor who played a straight-laced news anchor opposite Candice Bergen on “Murphy Brown,” died Jan. 11 in Culver City, California. He was 86.
Justice Minister David Lametti says feds are open to amending bail laws which critics say put too many dangerous people back on the streets.
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.