Return-It is always working to increase B.C. recycling rates, and with its Express & GO solar-powered drop-off stations, it's making it easier than ever to recycle.
The search for a man last seen almost a week ago has been halted by bad weather along B.C.'s South Coast.
The Wet’suwet’en First Nation is urging health officials to provide booster shots to its eligible members right away, rather than in early 2022 as planned.
Anyone wanting to dine in a restaurant, see a movie or visit many other non-essential businesses in B.C. must now show proof they're fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
A former high school teacher from Richmond, B.C., has had his licence suspended over "multiple boundary violations" involving several different students.
Even as the capacity limits for performance venues lift, some small venues say they still won't be able to host as many guests as they could before the pandemic.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has considerably shaken up his cabinet roster, naming new ministers to key portfolios including defence, health, foreign affairs, and environment, while adding in a handful of rookies as he forges ahead with a third mandate. Gender parity has been restored, there is new emphasis on regional development agencies. Overall there are 39 members of the new cabinet.
CTVNews.ca has a complete list of Justin Trudeau's new federal cabinet, with some facts and biographical information about each member, and an analysis of the cabinet including gender makeup and regional representation.
A tiny majority of Albertans voted against the province adopting year-round daylight time in the referendum by Alberta’s United Conservative government.
Two weeks after first being admitted to hospital for COVID-19, a woman from northern B.C. has delivered a baby while in a medically-induced coma.
The over-arching theme of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's new cabinet is how this gaggle of ministers is more lapdog than usual, where a long, loyal, sycophantic friendship to the prime minister appears to be THE critical consideration for a ticket to The Show, Don Martin writes in an exclusive column for CTVNews.ca.
Police are investigating an assault on a Tim Hortons employee in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside as a possible hate crime.
University of Manitoba Niigaan Sinclair says that Jean Chretien's comments on residential schools come from a 'deep state of denialism.'
Vanessa Lee has the details behind Quebec's notable uptick in whales and other mammal sightings in the St. Lawrence this season.
An Alberta man rescued a wailing moose calf caught in a wire fence as coyotes were circling it.
Surveillance camera shows the moment a U.S. Marine veteran disarmed a man who was brandishing a handgun at a gas station in Arizona.
A Quebec father and daughter set a new Canadian record for growing an 910 kilogram pumpkin.
A Montreal shop has made a splash among local residents for selling traditional Korean biscuits made popular by smash-hit show ‘Squid Game’.