Special Olympics Athlete, Amy Nelson joins CTV Morning Live to speak about her enriching experience as a soccer player!
British Columbia recorded 2,272 illicit drugs deaths last year, new data released by the BC Coroners Service shows.
Members of the Vancouver School Board have voted unanimously to support the renaming of Lord Roberts Elementary in the city's West End neighbourhood.
A crow that made the Vancouver International Airport its home for weeks has been released into the wild.
Disturbing video of a man berating a young couple with homophobic slurs in downtown Vancouver has triggered a police investigation – and prompted an outpouring of support for the victims.
B.C.'s highest court has given new life to a fraud victim's case against her bank, which she alleges had a duty to warn her about scams that had been reported in the community before allowing her to transfer $69,000 overseas.
ICBC has been ordered to pay over $2,500 for repairs to a man's Tesla after the province's Civil Resolution Tribunal dismissed the insurer's claim that the driver lied about what caused the damage.
Canada announced that it had called China's ambassador onto the carpet as Ottawa and Washington expressed their disapproval Friday over a high-altitude balloon found to have been hovering over sensitive sites in the United States.
The federal Liberals have withdrawn an amendment to their gun bill aimed at enshrining a definition of banned assault-style firearms, citing 'legitimate concerns' about the need for more consultation on the measure.
A federal government department has fired 49 employees who received the Canada Emergency Response Benefit while they were employed.
Medicago Inc., the Quebec-based drug manufacturer of a Canadian COVID-19 vaccine and other plant-based drugs, is being shut down by parent company Mitsubishi Chemical Group.
White-tailed deer may be a reservoir for COVID-19 variants of concern including Alpha, Delta and Gamma, according to new research out of Cornell University that raises questions about whether deer could re-introduce nearly extinct variants back into the human population.
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.