B.C.'s top doctor says the province is considering mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations for workers in long-term care homes, along with a suite of other potential policies aimed at ensuring that residents of such facilities have as much protection from the coronavirus as possible.
A substitute teacher on Vancouver Island who discussed vaping during class even after a principal asked him to stop has been given an official reprimand.
The owner of a human-scale dollhouse in White Rock, B.C., is selling the eye-catching property for $4 million. Here's the story behind the whimsical property.
CTV News reporter Ben Miljure struggled to maintain his composure during a recent report on the Kamloops residential school tragedy. The incident inspired him to reveal a side of himself he has never shared publicly.
A new study from the B.C. Centre for Disease Control found that a single shot of Pfizer or Moderna COVID-19 vaccines reduced the risk of infection in British Columbians 70 and older by about two-thirds.
As British Columbians emerge from isolation and re-engage with friends and the outside world, 911 calls are already surging, and first responders are sounding the alarm as they warn people to be extra safe over the summer.
Floor-crosser Jenica Atwin says that the Liberal Party reached out to her about joining their caucus in May, and that she gave Green Party Leader Annamie Paul an 'ultimatum' before she made the decision to switch teams.
Hundreds gathered in London, Ont. on Saturday at the public funeral for four members of a Pakistani-Canadian family who were killed in an attack that police have called a hate crime. The public was invited to join in celebrating the lives of Talat Afzaal, 74, her son Salman Afzaal, 46, his wife Madiha Salman, 44, and their 15-year-old daughter Yumnah Salman.
As the procession left O'Neil Funeral Home Saturday afternoon, Londoners were there, wearing purple ribbons, and putting their hands over their hearts
Ottawa's controversial legal challenge of a pair of rulings involving First Nations children torn from their families by a chronically underfunded childcare system heads to Federal Court Monday, despite repeated calls for the cases to be dropped in the name of reconciliation.
Const. Shelby Patton of the Indian Head RCMP detachment was killed while on-duty on Saturday morning, according to Saskatchewan RCMP.
Thousands gather in London, Ont. to say a final farewell to the family killed in an alleged hate-motivated attack.
Todd Battis reports as the Theodore Tugboat replica that became a staple of the Halifax Harbour sets sail for its new home.
A man diving for lobsters in Cape Cod, says he was swallowed by a humpback whale, which eventually spit him out.
CTV News' Royal Commentator Richard Berthelsen explains the significance of the traditional Trooping the Colour ceremony.
A supply truck driver got the shock of a lifetime when an elephant attacked his vehicle. The man was rescued safety.
Health experts are warning people to stay away from TikTok trend called 'dry scooping' that's left some participants in the hospital.
A flamboyant dollhouse-like home, complete with a ferris wheel and miniature train is up for sale in White Rock.
The world's soccer fans finally got something to cheer about as the long-delayed 2020 Euro Cup finally kicked off. Todd Battis reports.