CTV Morning Live learns how to keep yourself safe during high temperatures with Lyle Karasiuk of the Canadian Red Cross.
Search and rescue crews carried a dog with injured paws to safety on the North Shore Mountains this week, prompting a warning to other hikers with pets.
Some tenants displaced by a fire at a Burnaby apartment building say they’ve now been victimized by thieves as well.
Some of the world’s best and brightest in the world of physics gathered in Vancouver this week to discuss one of science’s greatest mysteries – the theory of quantum gravity.
An unprecedented cold and flu season coupled with supply chain issues is leading to a shortage of liquid Advil and Tylenol for kids across British Columbia.
In a matter of days, B.C. consumers could begin to see empty shelves at liquor and cannabis stores.
A Vancouver man has been ordered to pay $29,000 in restitution to two couples from whom he obtained the money under false pretences, according to B.C.'s financial markets regulator.
The owner of a historic church in Ottawa's Lowertown neighbourhood is evicting a group with ties to the 'Freedom Convoy' occupation planning to purchase the property this fall, in an apparent dispute over unpaid rent for the facility.
There is not enough evidence to open a formal church investigation into sexual assault allegations against a prominent Quebec cardinal, Pope Francis declared Thursday. Cardinal Marc Ouellet, an adviser to the Pope, has been accused of sexual misconduct in a class-action lawsuit filed earlier this week in Quebec Superior Court.
Apple disclosed serious security vulnerabilities for iPhones, iPads and Macs that could potentially allow attackers to take complete control of these devices.
As rent prices rise, CTVNews.ca heard from a number of Canadians struggling to afford their homes. The surge in rent prices over the last few months has forced many to cut back on spending, with some having to relocate or move in with their parents.
One of the wolves that were released during an apparent break-in at the Greater Vancouver Zoo this week has been found dead, and another remains on the loose.
When an Ontario woman bought gold and silver from her bank nine years ago she always assumed she would be able to sell it back when she was ready.