Ahead of tonight's face-off between the Edmonton Oilers and the Calgary Flames, CTV Morning Live chats with two familiar hockey fans - CTV Vancouver Anchor, Andrew Johnson and CTV Vancouver Island Anchor, Jordan Cunningham!
Former Green Party leader Elizabeth May has sponsored a petition calling on the federal government to repeal the Criminal Code's prohibition of public nudity, but she says she has not signed it and doesn’t support it.
A list of Canada's best 100 spots to spend patio season includes nine Vancouver restaurants.
An Indigenous teenage girl walked out of her home in May of last year, and hasn't been seen by her family since.
Crews working to rebuild B.C.'s Highway 8 encountered a relatively rare rattlesnake Monday.
A Vancouver dad whose son is on the autism spectrum took to social media to share how painful it was to see only one classmate at his birthday party. Now, he's receiving a flood of support that he hopes marks the start of an important conversation.
With limited access to second boosters at home, a growing number of British Columbians have been considering a trip into Washington state for a fourth dose of COVID-19 vaccine.
Ed Fast is no longer the Conservative finance critic, interim party leader Candice Bergen says. Bergen said in a statement late Wednesday that Fast informed her he will be 'stepping away from his duties.'
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says the federal government is watching 'carefully' how Quebec's Bill 96 is playing out provincially and respects the freedom of members of Parliament to protest it.
With Statistics Canada reporting a 9.7 per cent increase in food costs over the last year, Canadians are being pushed to find ways to pinch pennies at the grocery stores. Here are some ways to save.
Crown prosecutors want Ottawa protest organizer Tamara Lich sent back to jail to await trial, claiming she breached her bail conditions by agreeing to participate in an event next month where she will receive a 'Freedom Award.'
Alta. Premier Jason Kenney announces he'll step down as leader after receiving 51.4 per cent of UCP members support in a leadership review.
With roughly 400 military encounters recorded, U.S. Congress holds its first meeting in decades to discuss unidentified flying objects. Joy Malbon reports.