Amid an ongoing strike at Western Canada's largest sugar refinery, bakery owners and chocolatiers are finding it hard to locate the amounts of sugar they need to keep their businesses going as we head into the holiday season.
A B.C. woman who thought she may have won a relatively modest jackpot got a life-changing surprise once she realized exactly how many zeroes she was looking at.
A hiker was rescued Monday morning after spending nine hours stuck on Mount Seymour on a cold, foggy night.
Mounties say a 32-year-old man from Sooke, B.C., has been charged after he falsely reported that a stranger attacked his dog with a blunt weapon.
The federal agency tasked with reviewing complaints against the RCMP says the police force is causing "significant delays" to an investigation of a unit set up to deal with protests against energy and logging projects.
A Vancouver Island First Nation has voted to reclaim full authority over child and family services for its members.
With sextortion being a growing problem in Canada, there are tips and resources online to help parents, caregivers and youth address it.
The U.S. House voted Friday to expel GOP Rep. George Santos, a historic vote that will make the New York congressman the sixth lawmaker ever to be expelled from the chamber.
A suspect has been charged with four counts of second-degree murder in connection with the Langside homicide.
Two Chinese community centres in the Montreal area are threatening to launch a $2.5 million defamation lawsuit against the RCMP and the Attorney General of Canada after being accused by the police force of hosting 'alleged Chinese police stations.'
Here's a list of recalled items that got taken off the shelves this week
CTV News' Rachel Aiello breaks down what you need to know from Parliament Hill and the key topics to keep an eye on next week.