WITH MIKE MCCARDELL
Miss a segment of Mike McCardell's "The Last Word?" Watch it above.
With decades of broadcast experience, McCardell is a local news icon with strong roots in the community.
The master storyteller delivers everything from unique slices of west coast life to quirky takes on issues we all face, and always leaves viewers smiling.
Catch "The Last Word" at the end of CTV News at Six every weeknight. Like and follow Mike's Facebook page to make sure you never miss a segment.
Three times she went to Langley Memorial Hospital's emergency room for help. Three times, she said, she was sent home.
A British Columbia Supreme Court jury has retired to deliberate in the first-degree murder trial of Ibrahim Ali, more than eight months after he pleaded not guilty to killing a 13-year-old girl in a Metro Vancouver park in 2017.
An order by Vancouver's fire chief to clear an encampment on the Downtown Eastside was "unlawful and invalid," according to a lawyer who represented residents in a court challenge of the order.
The skeletal remains of a 39-year-old hiker who went missing in the southern Vancouver Island backcountry one year ago have been found.
The busy Christmas travel season is almost upon us and this year the Victoria International Airport says it’s been working hard to prevent a repeat of the days-long travel chaos that happened last year.
A driver is dead after a single-vehicle crash in Nanaimo Thursday.
A sea of Christine Sinclair jerseys filled BC Place stadium Tuesday night to celebrate the Burnaby native's final game wearing a Canadian jersey.
The corporate seller of a B.C. home has been ordered to pay the buyer more than $5,000 for failing to evict a tenant who refused to leave.
Dash cam video captured the hair-raising moment a truck nearly struck a man standing on a foggy bridge in B.C.'s Lower Mainland.
A new drug testing site has opened in Vancouver, the second launched by legalization activist Dana Larsen.
Advocates are raising concerns that Canada’s new bail reforms could disproportionately affect marginalized communities.
A treatment program for people struggling with addiction based out of a downtown Vancouver hospital has helped 94 people since launching in September, and will see more people through recovery as it expands, the province announced.