Mounties in Campbell River took to Facebook Saturday to express their frustration with teenagers "seeking to incite members of the community's homeless population" in the city's downtown core.
Cyclists in Greater Victoria can get free transit from Oct. 3 to Oct. 16 by using bus bike racks or showing their bike helmets when they board.
Hateful vandalism of the Historically Orange Bridge over the Somass River in Port Alberni lasted just hours before Tseshaht First Nation members and supporters removed it Saturday morning.
From Vancouver Island to the Interior, several high temperature records were broken across B.C. on the first day of October.
A B.C. accountant who sued her employer over its mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policy has had her claim dismissed.
Laughter lights up the gathering twilight at Langara College in Vancouver, where first-year health science student Jagiit Singh is chatting with friends next to the school's fountain. But his smile fades when he's asked about the cost of living in Canada since moving from India last year.
Marking one month as a judge on the Supreme Court of Canada, Michelle O'Bonsawin, speaks with Evan Solomon about why she wants people to see her as a judge first and the first Indigenous justice to sit on Canada's highest bench, second.
A former nurse accused of alienating a B.C. woman from her friends and family and financially exploiting her to the tune of $25,000 will face a disciplinary hearing, according to the provincial regulator.
A doctor is facing discipline in B.C. for spreading COVID-19 and anti-vaccine misinformation – including on one occasion when he allegedly did so against a backdrop of provincial officials hanging in effigy.
For Mary and Konstantin Kleiner, who own a family-run moving and storing business in B.C., another surge in gas prices has hit particularly hard. They're not the only ones whose ability to make a living is being impacted.
Seemingly endless summer conditions in British Columbia have prompted a warning that this year's “very unique fire season” in the province is not yet over.
Limited staff availability has led to the further reduction of services at one Vancouver Island health-care facility and the extension of overnight closures at another.
The lingering anger over the departure of the Vancouver Grizzlies 20 years later is what inspired filmmaker Kathleen Jayme to create her latest film, 'The Grizzlie Truth.'
Canada is headed for a 'severe' and 'almost inevitable' recession in early 2023, according to the head of economics at Macquarie Group, which states Canada will face an approximately three per cent contraction in gross domestic product and a five per cent rise in its unemployment rate during the predicted recession.
Some five per cent of global COVID-19 survivors have now developed long-lasting taste and smell problems, according to a 2022 study. More than two years into the pandemic, researchers found an estimated 15 million people may still have problems perceiving odours, while 12 million may struggle with taste.
Offices in Canada still haven't returned to their pre-pandemic occupancy rates, and now a growing number of underused buildings are being converted into apartments and condominiums. CTVNews.ca takes a look at this trend.
An international whale watching and conservation group says some of its members came across a rare and dramatic encounter between orcas and humpbacks off Vancouver Island this week.
While Carmen Spagnola puts a lot of effort into making and tending to her flower garden, the same couldn’t be said for growing her first pumpkin. "It felt like this random miracle that just happened," Carmen smiles.
Langford celebrated the opening of an innovative new residential building Thursday at 2830 Peatt Rd.
An annual census of B.C.'s southern resident killer whales shows a decline in their numbers since last summer. As of July 1, the endangered orca population consisted of 73 mammals, a decrease of one since July 2021.
BC Ferries is allowing passengers to take their pets onto outside upper decks under a new pilot program on one of its smaller routes. The trial launched on Wednesday, and BC Ferries says it may extend the practice to other routes, pending "pawsitive" feedback from customers once the trial's over.
Vancouver Island will be in the spotlight in an upcoming Netflix documentary series titled "Island of the Sea Wolves." The docuseries is narrated by Canadian actor Will Arnett and focuses mostly on local animals, like the eponymous coastal sea wolves, the endangered and endemic Vancouver Island marmots, as well as black bears, bald eagles and sea otters.
The retail giant says it needs 100 to 150 positions filled by mid to late October, when the distribution centre is expected to open.
David Evans, owner of the Stick In The Mud Coffee House and Specialty Roaster in Sooke, says the highway construction, coupled with increased interest in communities along the island's western coast, has led to high traffic volumes. "Congestion is at a point that I have never seen before," he said Tuesday. "It is really bad."
The price of gasoline on Vancouver Island is expected to jump again this week, with potentially record-setting fuel costs projected before the weekend.
Dozens of seniors rallied on the corner of Blanshard Street and Hillside Avenue in Victoria on Tuesday calling for the field of S.J. Willis School to be turned into an elder-friendly park. The seniors hope to make their plea an issue in the upcoming municipal election. They say thousands of seniors live in the Quadra Village neighbourhood, which is surrounded by busy roads, and that they have nowhere to enjoy the outdoors.
A resort municipality on Vancouver Island is cracking down on the proliferation of short-term rentals in residential neighbourhoods as it grapples with a housing shortage.
The University of Victoria's campus is again buzzing with students, but a lack of international students during the pandemic means tuition revenue is down. The school blames the decline on a hangover from COVID-19, as well as inflation, a housing shortage and delays processing international visas.
After two years of COVID-19 restrictions curbing Halloween, Canadians are expected to ramp up celebrations this year. But the rising cost of goods and ongoing supply chain issues could put a kink in demand for costumes, candy and decorations.
Thousands of party-goers filled several streets in Halifax Saturday night as part of unsanctioned Dalhousie University homecoming events, Halifax Regional Police say.
Don't cry for me, Alberta, I was leaving anyway. It's Premier Jason Kenney's swan song message as he prepares to depart the province's top job, forced out by the very United Conservative Party he willed into existence.
A regional park in Coquitlam remained closed Sunday as crews continued to battle a growing wildfire.
Hall of Fame quarterback Terry Bradshaw said Sunday he has been treated for two forms of cancer in the past year.
In the aftermath of Hurricane Ian, a tight-knit coastal community in Fort Myers is coming to grips with devastation at their doorstep — and is working together to rebuild.
Aerial shots taken before and after the hurricane struck Florida show its catastrophic impact, with roofs ripped off homes and some buildings destroyed completely.
King Charles III has decided not to attend the international climate change summit in Egypt next month, fuelling speculation that the new monarch will have to rein in his environmental activism now that he has ascended the throne.
Yemen's warring sides have failed to reach an agreement to extend a nationwide cease-fire, the UN said Sunday, endangering the longest lull in fighting since the country's bloody civil war began.
Although he's the same age as Mick Jagger, and has worked in the music business for a similar length of time, there is one difference between between the Rolling Stones frontman and Bruce More.
A Victoria bellhop used more than 62,000 Lego blocks to recreate the Chateau Victoria hotel.
Betty Brussel would never have imagined that — at 98 years old — people would ask to pose with her poolside.
Like the Three Stooges worked for laughs on screen, and the Three Musketeers fought for justice in France, these three ducks were born to eat slugs on a farm.
Jamie Lone quit riding his motorcycle after a devastating crash that left him with a traumatic brain injury and mental health issues. Since he got his dog Joe, however, he's found the strength to ride again.
British Columbia's Bert ter Hart is canoeing solo across Canada. Over the past five months, with no electronic navigation, he has paddled and portaged over the Rockies, across the prairies and now through Ontario.
A Victoria librarian was inspired to make a global impact by picking up litter on his walks during the pandemic, and has inspired garbage-grabbers around the world, from Australia to the U.K.
After suffering a brain injury and spending six weeks in a coma when he was 17, Darren More has found a new outlet for his athletic pursuits: The golf course.
Despite struggling to hatch from her egg, and requiring hand-feeding to stay alive, the runt of this gaggle of geese is thriving in a remarkable way.
Indigenous leaders in Quebec are lamenting the fact that priorities for their communities have been largely ignored during the provincial election campaign.
New York Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge called one of the Toronto Blue Jays pitchers "a class act" for his instrumental role in returning Judge's historic home run ball to the Yankees on Wednesday night's game.
A five-year-old Hamilton boy battling brain cancer had one request: he wanted to see monsters. Earlier this month, 1,000 strangers made his wish come true.
An Alberta family north of Edmonton is paying tribute to their brother by preserving the land he loved.
A year ago, 39 miners at Vale's Totten Mine in the Sudbury, Ont. area were trapped underground for four days when a scoop bucket got jammed in the main shaft.
Carmen Spagnola from Victoria, B.C. captured her journey on social media of growing a massive 323-pound pumpkin.