Families of children waiting for heart transplants at the now suspended program at BC Children’s Hospital have to decide whether to move to Ontario or get on a waitlist in Alberta.
The man found guilty in the death of a senior outside a Vancouver Costco wiped away tears Tuesday as he told a B.C. Supreme Court judge he's sorry for what he did.
B.C. will remain in a state of emergency due to COVID-19 for two more weeks, even as daily case counts are falling.
A toddler fell from the second floor of a Burnaby, B.C., apartment building over the weekend, prompting a public warning about leaving windows unsecured during the province's heat wave.
Canada’s women's softball team is ready to hit it out of the ballpark at the Tokyo Olympic Games this summer.
B.C. has seen a 40 per cent drop in demand for the AstraZeneca vaccine since NACI began advising against getting a second dose of that vaccine.
The Ontario government has confirmed that the province will enter the second stage of its COVID-19 reopening strategy two days ahead of schedule.
The Cowessess First Nation in Saskatchewan says it has made a 'horrific and shocking discovery of hundreds of unmarked graves' near the former Marieval Indian Residential School.
The discovery of hundreds of unmarked graves at a residential school in Saskatchewan is again bringing to light the horrific experiences of Indigenous children who survived. Here are some of their stories and the challenge of reckoning with how many more children’s graves are left to find.
The sea-view side of a beachfront condo tower collapsed in the Miami-area town of Surfside early Thursday morning, killing at least one, trapping residents in rubble and twisted metal and sending a cloud of debris throughout the neighbourhood.
About 130,000 canisters of bear spray have been recalled in Canada due to canisters not functioning properly when users need them for protection against bears.
The Cowessess First Nation in Saskatchewan says it has found 'hundreds' of unmarked burial sites near a former residential school.
Jaxen Green arrived premature, the size of Sharpie marker on Feb. 5.
A three-year-old boy, suffering from a terminal illness, was able to meet his heroes in heavy metal band Metallica.
In this edition of Indigenous Circle, Merella Fernandez has the story of how the discovery of 215 unmarked graves in B.C. inspired one Ontario artist's creations.
From CTV Kitchener: Officials are investigating the cause of a massive fire that destroyed 12 under-construction homes and damaged others.
A diver in Michigan found a message in a bottle nearly 100 years old, and reunited the note with the owner's daughter after searching on Facebook.
A Saskatoon man has captured a video of a beaver standing underneath a Canadian flag near the Meewasin Trail.
Canada's only interprovincial zip line will open soon. CTV's Tyler Fleming takes a trip over the Ottawa River.