B.C. health officials announced 87 new cases of COVID-19 Wednesday, marking the fifth consecutive day the province's daily count has stayed below 100.
Case counts are down across almost all of British Columbia, but there are pockets in the Interior where infections are surging.
The heat wave sending temperatures soaring across much of B.C. is expected to get worse over the weekend, prompting new heat warnings from Environment Canada.
The sentencing hearing is underway for a man convicted of fatally stabbing one Abbotsford high school student and seriously injuring another.
Because of the current Pfizer shortage, many British Columbians who got that vaccine for dose one will be offered Moderna at their second appointment.
The cull of feral rabbits at Vancouver International Airport is on hold after community members contacted airport officials to suggest "different options," the airport said in a statement Wednesday.
The congregation of Catholic women that staffed the Kamloops residential school for decades has reached an agreement with the Royal BC Museum to make its records more accessible to Indigenous communities.
A chef from B.C.'s Okanagan Valley is planning a family trip to Hawaii after winning a cool $1 million in the lottery.
An out-of-control wildfire burning southeast of Hope, B.C. has grown in size as crews battle heat, wind and difficult terrain.
The Cowessess First Nation in Saskatchewan says it has made a 'horrific and shocking discovery of hundreds of unmarked graves' near the former Marieval Indian Residential School.
Indigenous communities are grappling with renewed trauma from the findings of hundreds of unmarked graves near former residential schools.
Here are a few resources available to help Indigenous peoples in crisis in Canada.
Alberta has created an $8 million fund to aid the search for unmarked graves and undocumented deaths linked to residential schools across the province.
The House of Commons rose for a two-month summer hiatus Wednesday, after passing the Liberal minority government's key bills amid inflamed partisan tensions and speculation that MPs won't sit again in Ottawa before a federal election call.
A media advisory by the FSIN says hundreds of unmarked graves at a former residential school in Saskatchewan have been discovered.
In this edition of Indigenous Circle, Merella Fernandez has the story of how the discovery of 215 unmarked graves in B.C. inspired one Ontario artist's creations.
From CTV Kitchener: Officials are investigating the cause of a massive fire that destroyed 12 under-construction homes and damaged others.
A diver in Michigan found a message in a bottle nearly 100 years old, and reunited the note with the owner's daughter after searching on Facebook.
A Saskatoon man has captured a video of a beaver standing underneath a Canadian flag near the Meewasin Trail.
Canada's only interprovincial zip line will open soon. CTV's Tyler Fleming takes a trip over the Ottawa River.
Adam finds out the meaningful connection between an almost 100-year-old skydiver and the less than one-year-old girl watching him from the ground.