A fire in a Vancouver Island neighbourhood displaced two families Saturday night.
A fire in a Vancouver Island neighbourhood displaced two families Saturday night.
Official results of the byelection held Saturday will be announced Monday, but preliminary results show local artist and recent district council member Dan Law well ahead of the other two candidates.
A Nanaimo man whose vehicle was recently broken into is offering a reward for information that leads to the location of the items that were stolen and the arrest of whoever took them.
This International Women's Day, a Vancouver Island woman is being recognized for a smartphone app she developed to help people who experience anxiety and panic attacks.
A Vancouver Island First Nation and a nearby city have reached a significant milestone in their efforts to acquire, protect and restore a culturally significant site that was once a sawmill.
With registration for COVID-19 immunization appointments opening to B.C. seniors ages 90 and older on Monday, Metro Vancouver's two health authorities announced more details of their vaccine programs on Sunday.
Police on Vancouver Island's West Shore are investigating after a 37-year-old man was shot Friday night.
Police in Victoria are warning the public after a local resident was scammed out of $1,700 by criminals posing as police officers.
The agricultural industry in Canada relies heavily on temporary foreign workers but during the pandemic, travel is limited and social distancing measures are in place. This make housing those workers a real challenge, including on Vancouver Island.
The North American distributor of an avalanche beacon has issued a "voluntary recall" of the product after two skiing accidents in B.C., one of them fatal.
Public messaging early in the pandemic urged people to avoid seeking any health care that was not essential.
CTV's Chief News Anchor and Senior Editor Lisa LaFlamme sat down with British Columbia's Provincial Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry on Friday to discuss her upcoming book detailing the first four weeks of the pandemic, and where Canada stands a year later in the fight against COVID-19.
Health officials have confirmed 26 more cases of COVID-19 in the Vancouver Island region Friday.
Another Victoria restaurant has abruptly closed its doors in the wake of social media posts accusing a staff member of sexual abuse.
News that Pfizer is accelerating delivery of doses of its COVID-19 vaccine was one of two pieces of encouraging news on the vaccine front Friday.
Celebrity actress and animal rights activist Pamela Anderson is selling her Malibu home and will live full-time on Vancouver Island.
A new taxi-way completed as part of the Victoria International Airport’s terminal expansion is not in use because it can’t be seen from the airport’s control tower.
The union representing Victoria police officers is calling on the city and provincial government to address rising challenges with homelessness and mental health issues after an officer was threatened by a man with a metal pipe last weekend.
Tax changes targeting sugary drinks and e-commerce services based outside of B.C. will come into effect on April 1 after being delayed by the COVID-19 pandemic.
One of Canada’s most famous dessert treats, the Nanaimo Bar, was recently featured in the New York Times' online cooking page, and has subsequently sparked a playful online debate about its authenticity among Canadians.
A West Shore mother is making waves on the internet after sharing a social media posting asking why cannabis use is met with considerable stigma, while other substances – like alcohol – are seen in a different light.
RCMP in the Comox Valley say several arrests have been made after a warrant was executed on a home in the 1600-block of 20th Street Thursday afternoon.
The Tsartlip First Nation (TFN) is voicing its anger towards a local MLA and nation member who made a social media post claiming that the community would be receiving COVID-19 vaccines due to an ongoing outbreak.
The ferry service says its new “Prepaid” and “Saver” fares will reduce sailing waits along its most popular routes during the busiest times.
Casey and Finnegan, the iconic puppets of the children's television series “Mr. Dressup,” took their first boat ride in a Facebook movie premiere to help promote the 2021 Herring Fest on Hornby Island.
A Vancouver Island skateboarder is among 12 athletes chosen to be on Canada's first national skateboard team when the sport makes its debut in the Summer Olympic Games.
Sarah Cotton-Elliott's two young daughters were murdered by their father – Cotton-Elliott's ex, Andrew Berry – on Christmas Day in Oak Bay in 2017.
The province is committing up to $2 million to expand the BC Food Hub Network to Vancouver Island.
In a wide-ranging interview aired Sunday, Harry and Meghan described painful discussions about the colour of their son's skin, losing royal protection and the intense pressures that led the Duchess of Sussex to contemplate suicide.
Prince Harry and Meghan opened up about their life both in and out of the Royal Family during a wide-ranging interview with Oprah Winfrey that aired on Sunday.
New evidence suggests that up to a third of those who fought COVID-19 and recovered are now battling something else — symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder.
Several provinces were preparing to loosen COVID-19 restrictions on Sunday, as Canada's chief public health officer expressed optimism over vaccines ahead of the one-year anniversary of the COVID-19 crisis.
A senior European Medicines Agency (EMA) official urged European Union members on Sunday to refrain from granting national approvals for Russian COVID-19 vaccine Sputnik V while the agency reviews its safety and effectiveness.
Facebook communities pushing misinformation about COVID-19 vaccines in Canada have grown by 48 per cent in the past six months, according to a new report by a U.K. think tank that specializes in monitoring disinformation, extremism and hate online.
There have been so few cases of influenza this year that Canadian public health officials still can't declare the official start of the 2020-2021 flu season.
Queen Elizabeth II highlighted the importance of staying in touch with friends and families during the coronavirus pandemic in a message broadcast on Sunday.
Ontario is reporting the highest number of new COVID-19 cases in more than three weeks.
"Embrace everyday and try to give something back as often as you can." Adam finds out why a Victoria man committed to create a painting every day for an entire year.
"It adds a little bit of fun in our lives and whimsy." Adam finds out the love story behind a Nanaimo couple’s collection of 150 plush dragons.
Before it was set to be sold at a rare watch auction in New York, the Rolex was simply the watch that Bill wore before his Timex.
“It was really cool to see how down to earth he was.” Adam finds out how a north Island photographer captured a world famous star on camera.
The dog just didn’t know what to do. The cat on the other hand did.
“I’m looking for tiny little movements” Adam finds out how an Esquimalt man is using his super powers of perception to capture hundreds of hummingbirds on camera.
Marijke is placing a sweater in a backpack, preparing to embark on a journey that would have been unimaginable when she was little. The now 17-year-old was so shy, and so late to talk, her mom Colleen sought help.
“There is an uplifting. There is something very magical!” Adam finds out how a Victoria musician is helping a diverse community of singers perform together while staying apart.
“It was more than a coincidence.” Adam finds out the remarkable connection between an animal shelter worker with a big heart and a disheveled dog with an unexpected name.
Three city employees in Hamilton have been put on paid leave after they allegedly administered more than a dozen COVID-19 vaccine doses to those who were not in the priority group at a mobile vaccination clinic on Friday.
Over 30 people hoping to have a nice night at a Quebec ski chalet had their Saturday night party ended early and in less than pleasant style with all of them receiving $1,550 fines.
An Ontario driver said she's been left traumatized and fearing for her safety after her Hyundai SUV randomly slammed on the brakes on its own multiple times.
It’s been a challenging and emotional three-year process for a Calgary couple to adopt their baby internationally during the pandemic and they say there are more hurdles to face.
There's a possibility that British Columbians could be living in a "post-pandemic world" by the summer if things go according to plan, Dr. Bonnie Henry said Thursday.
Vancouver has a plan to rein in a booming Canada Goose population that is wrecking havoc on city parks.
Zachary Sane, Nelson's owner, says his donkey is gaining worldwide attention after they posted a video of him 'singing' on TikTok.
A 10-second video was sold for US$6.6 million last week, showing just how much the non-fungible token market is booming.
Bhangra dancer gets shoutout from Canada’s top doctor
For the second time this week, a pair of astronauts are getting the International Space Station ready for new solar panels.
The U.S Coast Guard released video showing joint efforts by Canadian and U.S. teams to rescue 31 crew members from a sinking vessel.
Watch cell phone video of a young snowboarder from North Battleford dangling from chairlift at a Table Mountain ski hill.
Ont.'s stay-at-home order to end despite variant concerns
Minneapolis is on edge ahead of the trial of a former police officer charged with killing George Floyd.
As the race to vaccinate ramps up, new StatsCan data revealed Canada paid a premium for some vaccine doses.
Here's a look at nine key moments of Prince Harry and Meghan's relationship, who have been making headlines since their first appearance as a couple in 2017.