CTV News Channel
© 2017 All rights reserved.
An man-made floating island near Tofino, B.C. has attracted worldwide attention for its unique design and off-the-grid allure.
The Cannes Film Festival in southern France runs until the end of May.
A breeding centre in Langley is trying to restore the wild population of northern spotted owls.
Here are the final polling results from the 14 ridings on Vancouver Island.
With a deadline for eviction approaching, a Ladysmith-area man voluntarily surrendered 23 pot-bellied pigs, including piglets and pregnant sows, to the Cowichan branch of the BC SPCA.
A MyNews contributor captured the damage caused by a mudslide that rolled through a property at Shuswap Lake in Sunnybrae, B.C. on Saturday.
Ontario and western Quebec residents have been forced to evacuate after an unforgiving flood as prompted military response.
Goat yoga is the latest exercise trend sweeping across the country and now islanders can try it out at Victoria Lavender Farm.
On April 9, 1917 the Battle of Vimy Ridge began. Over the course of the battle Canadian soldiers would make historic gains during the First World War. CTV News visits the site 100 years later.
A Nanoose Bay, B.C., family is giving new meaning to home-schooling by moving into a former elementary school complete with lockers, classrooms and...an axe-throwing range?
The 28-year-old from Victoria won a silver medal in the 1,500 metres in 2012 in London and bronze in 2008 in Beijing.
A Vancouver Island mother and daughter are trying to find the owner of the photo albums they discovered in an old garage.
The federal fisheries department said the coast guard received a report early Sunday morning about a spill from a fuel tank at an Atlantic salmon aquaculture site in Echo Bay, about 70 kilometres east of Port Hardy.
Fishermen are set to hit the water for this year's herring season, and a hungry sea lion population is ready as well.
Starlets opt for whites, creams, silvers and champagnes for the Oscars red carpet on Sunday.
Hundreds of people in Victoria paused to remember and honour missing and murdered indigenous women.
Many residents on Vancouver Island woke up to a winter wonderland on Sunday as more snow hit the region. CTV viewers shared their snow photos.
Hundreds of people gathered in Victoria's Chinatown on Sunday to celebrate the second day of the Lunar Year with a traditional lion dance.
Politicians, activists, concerned men and women filled Victoria's Centennial Square on Saturday with a message for the U.S. president on his first full day in office.
Hundreds of people gathered in Mill Bay on Saturday to celebrate the life of Malahat Fire Chief, Rob Patterson.