B.C. health officials announced 75 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday, extending the province's streak of days below 100 new cases to six.
It’s been a bittersweet few weeks for Amar Maroke. The Vancouver restaurant owner installed his outdoor patio at Four Olives Restaurant at the start of June, but since then, he’s had three incidents of customers dining and dashing.
The provincial government has suspended a permit allowing an Abbotsford, B.C., quarry to set off explosives near a peregrine falcon nest, alleging that the company failed to maintain an adequate buffer zone between the blast area and the ledge on which the falcons live.
As the weather heats up, health officials are warning parents about the dangers of open windows and balconies at home.
June 24 marks a milestone birthday for Langley senior John Kromhoff: one century on earth.
A B.C. race-walker says he's been 'really lucky' not to have been impacted by the pandemic as he prepares to represent Canada in the Tokyo Games.
Phase 3 of B.C.’s re-opening plan scheduled to begin July 1 includes the possibility of increased indoor capacity beyond the 50 people that are currently allowed in venues, but it doesn’t offer specifics.
The Supreme Court of British Columbia has dismissed an application for a publication ban from Huawei chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou on new evidence that her legal team wants to introduce in her fight against extradition to the United States.
Police are asking for the public's help to identify a suspect in what they describe as a "disgusting act" reported in Burnaby.
A chef from B.C.'s Okanagan Valley is planning a family trip to Hawaii after winning a cool $1 million in the lottery.
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 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.
Case counts are down across almost all of British Columbia, but there are pockets in the Interior where infections are surging.
A high school instructor from Delta, B.C., who was targeted in a Creep Catchers sting has been banned from teaching for life.
The Montreal Canadiens defeated the Vegas Golden Knights in OT to reach the Stanley Cup Finals for the first time in 28 years.
Daniele Hamamdjian has the details on the revelations revealed by the House of Windsor's annual financial report.
A man in Arkansas is a complete ringer for Prince Harry, and the royal replica has been all the rage on TikTok. ABC's Will Ganss reports.
Jaxen Green arrived premature, the size of Sharpie marker on Feb. 5.
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.
A three-year-old boy, suffering from a terminal illness, was able to meet his heroes in heavy metal band Metallica.
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.
From CTV Kitchener: Officials are investigating the cause of a massive fire that destroyed 12 under-construction homes and damaged others.