Ahead of the Surrey Canada Day celebrations, Lead Singer of the Arkells, Max Kerman joins CTV Morning Live to discuss their upcoming headlining show!
A B.C. father who printed off a blog post and submitted it to court in a bid to prevent his children's mother from vaccinating them against COVID-19 has lost the dispute, in part because the judge found his evidence inadmissible.
Dedication benches are a familiar sight for visitors in Vancouver's parks, with plaques that most often pay touching tribute to a lost loved one – but the space is also available to companies and organizations willing to make a large enough donation to the city.
A man convicted of the gruesome murder of his roommate more than a decade ago was back in a British Columbia court recently, trying to argue he is not criminally responsible for the death.
British Columbians are being warned that they may have to wait in the event of an emergency as the province's main 911 service operator has just a 'fraction of the dispatchers needed' working this weekend.
Regena Cameron remembers the shock of seeing cousin Jeanette in a B.C. hospital three years ago, after she was admitted in what a judge later called "an advanced state of neglect." Now, she is speaking out, hoping to prevent further suffering.
A dog found on a Fraser Valley property is being hailed as an "amazing mom" after helping BC SPCA officers find and rescue her nine puppies.
Three months since their arrival through a special evacuation program, Ukrainian families with children receiving care in hospital share their experience.
As Canadian airports deal with their own set of problems amid the busy summer travel season, by no means are they alone.
Two people are injured and a third is in custody after what RCMP describe as a 'public shooting' at a rodeo in B.C. Sunday.
A gunman opened fire inside a busy shopping mall in the Danish capital Sunday, killing three people and critically wounding three others, police said.
A Toronto woman says a dog she rescued from the Dominican Republic has been traumatized after being left in a corner of Toronto Pearson International Airport with baggage for about 21 hours.
Flight delays and cancellations continue for Canadian summertime travellers; meanwhile, Ohio police fatally shoot an unarmed Black man.
The touring Museum of Failure, now in Calgary, shines a light on the worst failures in history. Mark Villani reports.