British Columbia's police watchdog has run into complications as it works to name an Indigenous civilian monitor for its investigation of the shooting death of a Tla-o-qui-aht man in February, its chief civilian director says.
The City of Victoria is no longer planning to host a virtual Canada Day celebration on July 1 and will instead create a broadcast focused on broader Canadian history with guidance from local Lekwungen people.
B.C.'s top doctor says the province is considering mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations for workers in long-term care homes, along with a suite of other potential policies aimed at ensuring that residents of such facilities have as much protection from the coronavirus as possible.
The Tahltan Nation and the British Columbia government have struck what officials say is a historic agreement for shared decision-making for the nation's territory in northwestern B.C., a hot spot for mineral exploration.
CTV News reporter Ben Miljure struggled to maintain his composure during a recent report on the Kamloops residential school tragedy. The incident inspired him to reveal a side of himself he has never shared publicly.