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The victim of a suspicious death that has now been ruled a homicide was identified by B.C. investigators Thursday.
Drivers travelling between B.C.'s Lower Mainland and Interior are being warned to watch for changing road conditions after late-summer snow fell on multiple highways.
The victim of a shooting at an upscale hotel near Vancouver's waterfront has been identified.
A new "high-speed" passenger ferry service is coming to Nanaimo, which will connect the city's downtown core with downtown Vancouver.
Norman, a large mastiff from Nanaimo that has been credited in saving the lives of at least 16 dogs with emergency blood donations, is now in need of help himself.
Barbara Blakey's family had gathered to celebrate a family wedding, but just days before the ceremony, 72-year-old Harry Charles Blakey died in his Parksville home.
The family of a Vancouver woman who’s been hospitalized with COVID-19 is speaking out about the importance of getting vaccinated.
There are concerns that B.C.'s vaccination mandate for health-care facilities will prompt many vaccine-hesitant workers to abandon their posts in the midst of the pandemic – and officials are bracing for that possibility.
British Columbia's most populated region holds a new undesirable title as the eviction capital of Canada.
Human rights complaints against B.C.'s premier and top doctor over COVID-19 vaccine rules have been dismissed by the province's tribunal.
The father of Aaliyah Rosa, the nine-year-old girl found dead in her mother's apartment in 2018, is speaking out for the first time in an interview with CTV News.
Two B.C. children, one of them a newborn, were in intensive care units due to COVID-19 on Monday, but the province's health minister says the infant is now at home.