Kaydence Bourque, 16, was crossing the street in a marked crosswalk at the intersection of Cedar Hill Cross Road and Merriman Drive around 9:45 p.m. when he was hit by a driver.
Police are investigating after a B.C. cabinet minister was knocked down while walking home from the legislature in Victoria Tuesday night, according to a statement from Premier John Horgan's office.
The owner of a security company is clarifying the moments that led up to one of his employees being stabbed at the Campbell River Walmart Tuesday morning.
BC Housing is keeping the promise it made to the Burnside Gorge Community Association. As of Dec. 31, everyone housed in the former Travelodge hotel on Gorge Road will have been relocated into new housing.
Three more people in the Vancouver Island region have died of COVID-19, while 65 new cases were discovered in the region, health officials announced Wednesday.
The Loaves and Fishes food bank will soon have a new place to call home after the city purchased land for it to build a new warehouse facility.
A Victoria man has been charged with robbery and assault with a weapon after a stabbing at a downtown business, according to police.
Mounties in Nanaimo are appealing to the public for information after multiple gunshots rang out in a residential neighbourhood early Wednesday morning.
Four residents were forced from their homes Wednesday by an overnight fire in Vic West.
The prosecution can either appeal the latest decision to the state’s highest court, or proceed with a new trial. "Whether that takes another few months or years, we are steadfast in our desire to bring justice."
Search-and-rescue crews are asking the public for help finding a 54-year-old man who wandered away from the Malahat Mountain Meadows RV Park near Shawnigan Lake, B.C., early Tuesday morning.
CFAX Santas Anonymous is teaming up with CTV News and Virgin Radio 107.3 for the annual Toy Mountain holiday fundraiser.
B.C.'s ombudsperson is recommending several changes to the way municipalities use tax sales to collect outstanding property taxes after determining that the City of Penticton had unfairly sold a vulnerable resident's home.
The Island Corridor Foundation (ICF) will be hosting its third annual Holiday Train event on Saturday do help collect donations for the Great Nanaimo Toy Drive.
A watchdog report into the abuse and neglect of B.C. seniors found a significant increase in reports over the past five years, prompting calls for the province to implement a more robust education and reporting system.
As the days grew gloomier during the height of the pandemic, so did the mood of Michael’s family. But then one night, during dessert, there was the advent of something bright.
A Victoria charity is looking for donations of feminine hygiene products for people in need this holiday season.
After a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Sunfest Country Music Festival has announced headliners for its 2022 return.
A Washington state man convicted of killing a young couple from Saanich, B.C., more than three decades ago will get a new trial after an appeals court reversed his conviction due to a juror's bias.
British Columbia's health minister says there's been a lot of attention paid to the new Omicron COVID-19 variant, but the focus should remain on the Delta variant because it continues to have a “profound impact” on people who are not vaccinated in the province.
The British Columbia government has officially renamed a provincial marine park near Nanaimo in recognition of its significance to local Indigenous culture.
A long-retired B.C. ferry arrived on the shore of the Comox Valley this week and has already begun turning heads and raising environmental concerns.
BC Transit riders may have noticed some temporary changes at bus stops in the Greater Victoria area.
Esquimalt's urgent and primary care centre (UPCC) opened at its new permanent location on Monday morning, a move that will increase accessibility and operating hours, according to the province.
BC Emergency Health Services says three people were taken to hospital Sunday after an incident involving a small plane at the airport in Duncan.
Consider it another version of the tale of the three bears, which plays out every night in a Campbell River, B.C., yard.
With the COVID-19 pandemic newly invigorated by emergence of the Omicron variant, CTVNews.ca looks at mask-wearing requirements, and their exemptions, across Canada.
Canada will proceed with a diplomatic boycott of the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games, meaning government officials won't attend but athletes can continue to compete.
Speaking to CTV National News, Immigration Minister Sean Fraser says the government is eager to fulfill its promise to bring 40,000 Afghan refugees to Canada, but notes it faces unique challenges in Afghanistan and other countries where refugees have fled.
A woman is dead after the car she was driving plunged into a river and floated dangerously close to the brink of Niagara Falls.
Women under the age of 50 who had their ovaries and fallopian tubes removed during a hysterectomy for non-cancerous reasons have an increased risk of dying, but the risk associated with the procedure diminishes with age, according to a Canadian study published on Wednesday in The BMJ.
The Western Quebec School Board confirms the Grade 3 teacher at Chelsea Elementary School was removed from the classroom because of Bill 21, Quebec's law that bans all religious symbols at work.
Putting an end to the COVID-19 pandemic will mean priming the immune systems of everyone on Earth but the virus is spreading quickly and may take years to 'settle down,' says an infectious disease specialist.
Four years after creating and proposing a new, more accurate-looking moose crossing sign, Canadian transportation authorities are poised to start using an Alberta woman’s design for signs across the country.
The federal legislation to ban conversion therapy practices in Canada received royal assent on Wednesday, meaning the bill is now a law, but the new criminal offences won’t be in effect until early January. Per the coming-into-force provisions of the bill, the four new Criminal Code violations will be enacted 30 days after it received royal assent, which will be Jan. 7.
This is not a story about the eight Christmas trees inside Yvette's house or the room upstairs that's decorated all year round. This is a story about how she ended up focusing on the Christmas spirit '24-7, 365.'
Theresa had been imagining graduating since she was a girl, after watching convocation ceremonies in the movies. It was an accomplishment her mom Daphne hadn't experienced, but hoped Theresa would.
When the amateur artist’s online gallery caught the attention of Netflix, the streaming giant offered Todd his first professional art job.
After surviving a war, caring for chickens, and living almost 88 years, Daphne says the best way to knit a happy life for yourself is to simply spread kindness to others.
On his own dime, Joe hopped on a plane to Victoria and spent a week helping a group of strangers with an online broadcast that featured people playing what’s been dubbed "the most boring video game ever created:" Desert Bus.
Riley Ingham is keeping the memory of his friend Steven alive through song, and using music to raise awareness and funds for mental health support.
Adam finds out how a Langford senior overcame adversity – including a near-fatal train derailment – to become a tireless volunteer at 94.
When Deidre first taught herself to knit she didn’t consider its potential for positivity. It was simply a satisfying pastime.
An Ottawa man has been charged following a nearly two-year investigation into several ransomware attacks on targets in Canada and the U.S.
The sport of disc golf has exploded in popularity during the pandemic, namely because it's relatively easy to do and fairly inexpensive to get started.
What was supposed to be a week of relaxation in Mexico has turned into a nightmare for a Vancouver woman. Jamie Coutts, who flew to Playa Del Carmen last week, is facing extensive surgery after being attacked by a stranger in the resort town.
Volunteers at a wildlife rehabilitation centre in Delta, B.C., are used to receiving calls about a variety of species, but nothing quite like this.
The Windsor-Essex County Health Unit is investigating a major COVID-19 outbreak at a Kingsville restaurant to see if there were any breaches in protocols.
An Alberta woman’s frustration over a moose crossing sign has led to her redesign being accepted as a replacement. Bill Fortier reports.
Anyone looking to get their hands on the new Timbiebs merchandise from Tim Hortons and Justin Bieber should be prepared to pay top dollar.
An aspiring Nigerian neurosurgeon wants to revolutionize medical diagrams with his drawings of patients with Black and non-white skin tones.
Olympic decathlon champ Damien Warner wins the Lou Marsh Trophy as Canada's Athlete of the Year
A loud boom and bright flash seen on Dec. 7, 2021, may have been a meteor.
A Toronto family is heartbroken after their elaborate inflatable Christmas display was vandalized.
Hamid Hakimi and his partners at Elite Developments pledged $200,000 for Afghan refugees’ holiday shopping. Heather Butts reports.
Virgin Radio's Jax Irwin explains why she thinks the Canadian star withdrew his nominations this year.
Canada says it could take up to two years to resettle Afghan refugees; plus, Ottawa will join a boycott of the Beijing Olympics
CTV News' Mackenzie Gray explains the ramifications of Canada's decision to carry out a diplomatic boycott the Beijing Games.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford takes questions on the minimum wage hike and efforts to make housing more affordable in the province.
Kimberly Potter is facing a second-degree manslaughter charge for the fatal shooting of Daunte Wright.
Genevieve Beauchemin sits down with Immigration Minister Sean Fraser about Canada's promise to get vulnerable people out of Afghanistan.
Russian politics and history expert Amy Knight explains why Russian President Vladimir Putin is so opposed to Ukraine joining NATO.