Ahead of tomorrow's 'Asian Takeover at Hollywood Theatre', Headlining Comedian, Irene Tu joins CTV Morning Live to discuss her journey to comedy success!
An elementary school teacher who repeatedly used a 'back-breaker' move on students in North Vancouver has been suspended and ordered to take a course on fostering a positive learning environment.
Some of the most popular hikes in British Columbia are also the riskiest, says a group geared towards outdoor safety.
The COVID-19 pandemic may have marked a significant increase in anti-Asian hate crimes in Metro Vancouver, but one expert from the University of British Columbia says the Asian community has been blamed for other issues in the past, like housing costs.
As grocery shoppers face sticker shock week after week, some are questioning whether inflation is fully to blame for rising prices.
A B.C. health authority has released a series of maps showing how vulnerable its communities are to climate-related hazards like extreme temperatures, flooding and smoke.
Crews working to rebuild B.C.'s Highway 8 encountered a relatively rare rattlesnake Monday.
A growing number of countries, including Canada, the U.S., Spain, Portugal, and the U.K, are reporting an unusual outbreak of monkeypox. Here is what we know about this rare virus.
With a meeting of G7 finance ministers underway this week, a CTVNews.ca analysis found that while Canadians are feeling the pain of record-high inflation, among G7 nations we are surpassed by Germany, the U.S., and the U.K.
The Conservative Party is doubling down on its call for the federal government to do away with travel restrictions and revert back to 'pre-pandemic rules' in light of recent airport delays.
With Jason Kenney having stepped down as leader of Alberta's United Conservative Party, who is now leader of the province?
The Winnipeg Police Service has changed a 35-year-old man with first-degree murder in connection with the death of a woman whose remains were found near an apartment building in North Kildonan, and police are investigating the possibility of more victims.
A retiree in Ontario purchased what is being called the 'cheapest home in the GTA' —a caboose located on a commercially zoned parking lot near Milton.