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The BC SPCA is out with a reminder not to forget about the impact soaring temperatures can have on pets as a heat warning is in effect.

25 years ago one of the best-selling novels of all time, ‘Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone’, was released. Daniele Hamamdjian report

Russia's invasion of Ukraine is top of the agenda as world leaders meet for the G7 summit. Kevin Gallagher reports.

A first-of-its-kind food festival took place in Surrey over the weekend.

A crowd of thousands braved the heat and laced up their runners to compete in the Vancouver half-marathon.

Calls are growing to place a limit on how loud boats can be as Transport Canada seeks feedback on the issue.

Members of the Sikh community are calling out the organizers of the Sundre rodeo for allowing a questionable parade float.

Firefighters in Port Coquitlam extinguished a large fire in an apartment building on Wilson Avenue overnight.

The return of in-person Pride parades seems extra special after being shuttered for two years due to the pandemic. Adrian Ghobrial reports.

Supporters and opponents of Roe v. Wade map out their next moves as protests continue across the U.S. Tom Walters reports.


Protesters surrounded the Fairmont Hotel Vancouver to protest Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's arrival at a liberal fundraiser.

German MEP Christine Anderson to PM Trudeau in Brussels: 'You are a disgrace for any democracy. Please spare us your presence.'

"Some people go through a lot, and some people want to talk." Celine Dion is being praised for the compassionate way she dealt with a fan who rushed the stage during her performance in Las Vegas:

People who are fully vaccinated are still getting sick and even the number of those ending up in hospital is rising.

CTV News Vancouver aired a story Tuesday that included an image of two female Ukrainian soldiers who were wearing an offensive symbol on their uniforms, which was regrettably not recognized before being broadcast. The image has been removed from our coverage.

Do you agree with lifting the COVID-19 vaccine passport requirement on Friday? Read what you need to know about the decision here:

A Nova Scotia man says he was young and immature and generally unaware of the aggressive nature of West Coast seagulls when he left a suitcase of pepperoni near an open hotel window.

A backlash is growing among some B.C. businesses over the province’s incoming vaccine card program. Many have gone online to advertise that they will not be checking for proof of vaccination, in defiance of the public health order.