CTV News Channel
Do-it-yourself smartphone repair kits will save you money, but is it worth it in the end?
Ross McLaughlin reports on how Toys"R"Us may have found a last-minute lifeline that could save it from bankruptcy.
A Vancouver company wants to put an end to wet feet with a first-of-its-kind stylish line of knitted waterproof sneakers.
Brian and Carolyn Moore purchased a Lotto 6/49 ticket from Real Canadian Superstore in Nanaimo for the April 7 draw.
A counterfeit goods investigator said the profits of knock-offs often support other illegal activities.
An Ontario senior was scammed out of $19,000 after someone claiming to be part of the Canadian Revenue Agency said he would go to jail.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency placed a recall on a brand of coconut product on Sunday due to possible salmonella contamination.
CTV News took a spin in a new, partially-automated BMW M550 as part of the TED sessions happening in the city this week.
Vancouver Magazine has compiled the data for the best neighbourhoods in Vancouver. Where does your favourite 'hood rank?
Ford is recalling about 350,000 trucks and SUVs in the U.S., Canada and Mexico because they might be in a different gear than the one shown on the shift indicator.
More than 1.5 million uncertified phone chargers are included in the nation-wide recall.
Consumer Reports puts air fryers to the test to see if they provide a healthy way to 'fry' foods without the fat.
No surprise if NAFTA negotiations to go until 2020: expert
Blackberry Ltd. has added Snap Inc. to the list of companies it's taking to court in California for alleged patent infringement.
Science has changed course and eggs are being viewed in a different, nutritional light.
Health officials are warning that the supplement kratom can be dangerous, even fatal, associating it with more than three dozen deaths.
The raid followed a series of CTV News stories on the market that had been operating for months.
If you're looking for a job these days, you're going to need to do a lot more than just spruce up your resume.
Many residents of Vancouver have had enough of the notorious illegal open air drug market that has been allowed to flourish in Robson Square
Illegal pot vendors in Robson Square have created a potentially dangerous situation for the public by using vigilante justice to protect their wares.
Improving your health tops a lot of New Year’s resolution lists, but when it comes to salt intake, research shows most Canadians get a failing grade.
If you’re skipping the mall this holiday season and shopping online instead, there are some tricks you can use to get better digital deals – and they just take a few simple clicks of the mouse.
A BC charity group learned a difficult lesson to check a supplier’s rating at the Better Business Bureau after ordering shirts from a Richmond garment company that failed to deliver.
A Metropolis at Metrotown shopper learned the hard way that free parking at her go-to mall wasn’t so free afterall.
City officials are reminding people to get prepared now, and start winterizing their homes.
Consumer Reports’ annual auto reliability found that newly redesigned models are more likely to have wonky engines, jerky transmissions or high-tech features that can fail.
A local cannabis cultivator wants to bring pot out of the basement and into the light, with its D.I.Y. guide to growing your own marijuana.
The plus-size clothing market is becoming more competitive, with more designers and mainstream retailers looking to capitalize on a demographic that has long been ignored
TD Canada Trust says a 'majority' of the issues customers faced with their Interac e-transfer services this week have been resolved, although the bank continues to field complaints online.
When you pay hundreds of thousands of dollars for a new home, you wouldn't expect to face tens of thousands of dollars in repairs right after moving in, but that's what happened to a Langley couple who ran into trouble with their builder.
Ross McLaughlin is CTV News Vancouver's consumer reporter and host of McLaughlin On Your Side.
Questions? Comments? Contact us now