Better Business Bureau President, Simone Lis joins CTV Morning Live to provide some key tips on how to spot moving scams.
For nearly two years, family and friends of Chelsea Poorman agonized over her sudden disappearance. Now that her skeletal remains have been found, it has brought little comfort for her loved ones.
Police are asking witnesses to come forward after a 15-year-old boy was assaulted – seemingly at random – at busy Vancouver mall.
Metro Vancouver residents threw out roughly 260 million face masks in 2021, more than double the total from the previous year, according to the regional district's latest waste composition study.
The addition of "family-only" compartments on public transit was among several ideas recently proposed to TransLink to increase ridership among women and female-presenting passengers.
"This is a difficult case of a friendship divided," a British Columbia judge wrote of a lawsuit between owners of dogs with rhyming names.
Zoe Si's work has been seen by millions splashed on the pages of The New Yorker and this week she learned she was up for a Pulitzer Prize for several of her drawings.
The white gunman accused of massacring 10 Black people at a Buffalo supermarket wrote as far back as November about staging a livestreamed attack on African Americans, practiced shooting from his car and travelled hours from his home in March to scout out the store, according to detailed diary entries he appears to have posted online.
Pierre Poilievre is denouncing the 'white replacement theory' believed to be a motive for a mass shooting in Buffalo, N.Y., as 'ugly and disgusting hate-mongering.'
A driver who struck and killed a woman and her three young daughters nearly two years ago 'gambled with other people's lives' when he took the wheel, an Ontario judge said Monday in sentencing him to 17 years behind bars.
Half of those hospitalized with COVID-19 at the start of the pandemic are still experiencing at least one symptom two years later, a new study suggests.
A former police officer, the 86-year-old mother of Buffalo's former fire commissioner, and a grandmother who fed the needy for decades were among those killed in a racist attack by a gunman on Saturday in a Buffalo grocery store. Three people were also wounded.
The Buffalo shooting suspect allegedly targeted Black people; an Ont. driver who killed a mother and three daughters gets 17 years in prison.
An uninhabitable, dilapidated house in Vancouver has been listed at a jaw-dropping price... but the agent is confident it will sell.