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High winds that triggered warnings across Vancouver Island brought down trees and knocked down power to tens of thousands of BC Hydro customers in mid-October.
The City of Vancouver officially opened the park, named after Lord Frederick Stanley, at a ceremony on Sept. 27, 1888.
Artist Meaghan Kennedy has made pinata likenesses of 39 Vancouver dogs, which are on display at a downtown coffee shop.
Heavy smoke and poor air quality in the Vancouver area have been caused by the wildfires burning south of the border.
Pairs of shoes line Vancouver's Burrard Street Bridge in memory of those who have died of overdose.
The Chinese Canadian Museum of British Columbia's first exhibit, "A Seat at the Table," is shown in Vancouver's Chinatown.
The Vancouver Canucks ramp up the intensity at training camp with a Blue vs. White inter-squad scrimmage at Rogers Arena.
For the past six weeks, Jon Lavoie has been watching a family of great horned owls feed, grow and learn to hunt, and he's captured the fine feathered family in a series of stunning photos.
The Vancouver Canucks begin training camp in advance of the upcoming NHL season restart.
An anesthesiologist in Vancouver created portraits of his colleagues on and off the frontline of the COVID-19 fight.
A home that once belonged to a member of a famed group of Canadian painters is for sale in North Vancouver, B.C.
The BC Wildfire Service says an aggressive blaze near Squamish is being held at one-square kilometre in size but residents pushed out by the flames say several homes have been lost.
Photos captured Sunday show that health-care workers are hearing community efforts to cheer them on.
A former member of the Vancouver Police Department, who is now a nature photographer and avid birder, shared his shots with CTV News Vancouver.
March's full moon was a supermoon with a strange name, according to the Old Farmer's Almanac.
Fans of The Strokes flocked to Rogers Arena Thursday night for the legendary garage-rock band's only Canadian date on its 2020 international tour. (Photos by Anil Sharma for CTV News Vancouver)
From a $60-million oceanfront estate to a small bungalow on 63 acres of land, the most expensive homes for sale vary across Canada's real estate markets.
Nationwide blockades in solidarity with the Wet'suwet'en has crippled train service across Canada.
Fans of just about everything related to pop culture came out to celebrate what they love the most. From Star Trek, to Pokemon and everything in between was on display.
Daniel and Henrik Sedin's jersey numbers 22 and 33 were retired at Rogers Arena on Feb. 12, 2020, prior to the Canucks' 3-0 victory against the Chicago Blackhawks.