Squamish Nation Councillor, Wilson Williams joins CTV Morning Live to discuss the 2nd Annual National Day for Truth and Reconciliation on Friday, September 30th.
Vancouver's own Ryan Reynolds is among 10 celebrities who have earned custom badges from Scouts Canada.
A cross-border passenger train connecting Vancouver to Seattle has entered Canada for the first time in years.
An afternoon rally was held at the Vancouver Art Gallery Sunday following the death of a 22-year-old Iranian woman while in police custody.
A letter sent to B.C.'s health minister from a society of radiologists is warning the province could see a 'tsunami of cancer cases' if a delay in medical imaging isn't addressed.
A Surrey nurse has had his registration suspended for four months for performing "a religious ritual" on a client without informed consent.
B.C. residents who were in Atlantic Canada when post-tropical storm Fiona struck are now sharing their frightening experiences.
As scientists and environmental experts assess the damage left by Fiona, one of the Maritimes' essential ecosystems was severely hit and it could potentially take up to a decade to recover.
An Edmonton woman says she heard someone calling for help moments before a man was killed by an LRT train in Edmonton on Monday.
While experts say it would be 'extremely difficult' to cheat at a high-level chess tournament, it has happened before.
Ukraine's president warned Tuesday that Russia's just concluded 'sham referendums' and attempts to annex Ukrainian territory rule out any talks with Moscow as long as Vladimir Putin remains president, and called for Russia's 'complete isolation' and tough new global sanctions.
While Canada prepares to honour the second annual National Day for Truth and Reconciliation on Friday, the majority of provinces have not followed the federal government's move to make it a statutory holiday for its workers.
P.E.I. begins the painful, long process of rebuilding; service members in Cape Breton, N.S., share how they’re helping their community.
An 18 m-tall fiddle has become a symbol of hope for Sydney, N.S., after it was left unscathed from Fiona. Creeson Agecoutay reports.