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CTV News has learned that homicide investigators are looking into what they call the "suspicious death" of a young child.
An Uber driver will have to pay more than $650 in fines after they were caught doing more than twice the speed limit on a Vancouver bridge.
A powerful earthquake in Alaska did not lead to a tsunami warning in B.C., though officials evaluated the situation locally for hours overnight.
Health officials identified eight new cases of COVID-19 in the Vancouver Island region Wednesday.
Southern resident killer whales made a splash off the coast of B.C. in the Haro Strait on Tuesday evening. It was the first major sighting of the endangered orcas in quite some time.
Environment Canada has upgraded its special weather statement to a formal warning as unseasonably high temperatures are expected to reach parts of Vancouver Island, the Sunshine Coast and southern Gulf Islands.
A man who faced charges following a confrontation at a Burnaby, B.C., Canadian Tire location has been sentenced to conditional discharge.
A fire on the roof of a Vancouver highrise under construction appears to have been caused by sunlight being magnified by a curved wall of windows.
CTV News has learned the personal information of British Columbians has been leaked online, with an unknown number of people and agencies potentially still vulnerable, after a data breach at a mental health services provider.
A 2022 wedding will be even more grand thanks to a B.C. couple's sudden influx of cash.
A report from Statistics Canada suggests that while many types of violent crime decreased in British Columbia last year, that dip measured on its Criminal Severity Index was partially offset by a rise in reports of incidents involving child pornography.
With resources stretched thin, B.C. firefighters are growing increasingly frustrated with people who refuse to leave their homes during evacuation orders.