Internal documents and a freedom of information battle reveal details of the provincial government’s quiet changes to outbreak response in B.C. care homes.
Police have identified a man whose body was found on a road in Abbotsford, B.C., as they try to determine the cause of what appears to be a suspicious death.
A Victoria woman has filed a civil lawsuit against Vancouver Canucks forward Jake Virtanen, accusing him of sexually assaulting her in a West Vancouver hotel room in September 2017.
Just over 98 per cent of B.C.'s recent COVID-19 cases involved people who were either unvaccinated or had only been vaccinated for less than three weeks, according to health officials.
One more COVID-19 update is coming for British Columbians before the weekend, as health officials will release details on the latest cases, deaths and outbreaks.
A UBC pilot project using rapid testing to screen for COVID-19 ended up detecting some positive cases in students who didn’t have symptoms. The university is now looking at continuing the project, and it’s not the only organization thinking of testing out the speedier screening technology.
Conservation officers are advising all visitors to a popular Vancouver park to take precautions after two more people reported being attacked by a coyote.
British Columbia's COVID-19 immunization program will mark another milestone this weekend when the province begins inviting all eligible adults to book their appointment.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says people fully vaccinated against COVID-19 no longer need to wear masks outdoors and in most indoor settings, but one of Canada's top public health officials suggests a different approach would be taken here.
Palestinians grabbed their children and belongings and fled neighborhoods on the outskirts of Gaza City on Friday as Israel unleashed a heavy barrage of artillery fire and airstrikes, killing a family of 6 in their home. Israel said it was clearing a network of militant tunnels ahead of a possible ground invasion.
The city has confirmed that all major events in Toronto this summer, including the Caribbean Carnival and the Canadian National Exhibition, will once again be cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ontario health officials are reporting a single-day drop in the number of new COVID-19 cases with just over 2,300 infections logged.
Remote workers in Canada are logging more hours, experiencing more stress, and feeling less engaged with their work, according to a new survey.
Dr. Peter Juni, a member of Ontario's science advisory table, reacts to the Ford government extending stay-at-home restrictions.
A cat made good use of one of its 9 lives after leaping from a burning building in Chicago and landing on all fours.
Trillions of bugs called Brood X cicadas are emerging from the earth in astounding numbers. CTV’s Joy Malbon has the details.
Crews painted distancing circles throughout Toronto's popular Trinity Bellwoods Park for yet another summer to stop the spread of COVID-19.
The Last Chance Saloon is listed for $925K and comes complete with historic artifacts, tall tales, ghost stories and no end of lore.
One San Francisco realtor is hoping to cash in on an underwater investment.
Ellen DeGeneres is ending her hit talk show after allegations of running a toxic workplace.