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About $45,000 worth of stolen bikes was recovered by police in Vancouver.

A hiker who had been missing for two weeks in Garibaldi Park has been found alive.

A 24-year-old endurance runner from Chilliwack has spent her birthday running an ultra-marathon to raise money for others.

More British Columbians have been forced out of their homes due to wildfires exploding across the tinder-dry province.

The widow of a man killed in a hit-and-run is demanding answers to the question of why the court case is taking so long.

If you think pickup trucks have been getting bigger, you're right. It's making it more dangerous for other drivers and pedestrians.

The Richmond Night Market is finally open again, welcoming visitors with the help of a COVID-19 recovery grant from the province.

Researchers suggest young adults felt the biggest social and economic impacts of the pandemic, and may continue to do so for years.

A full-sized replica of an iconic Volkswagen van is raising eyebrows in Tofino.


#BREAKING : Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and the federal Liberal minority have survived a confidence vote by securing the backing needed to avoid plunging the country into a snap pandemic election.

Yonah Diamond from the Raoul Wallenberg Centre for Human Rights urges action to hold China accountable for the genocicde of Uyghurs.​

Alberta's energy minister says the United Nations is an unelected, unaccountable body that has no business criticizing Canada's energy megaprojects.

When Steven Ngo tried to report a hate crime online, he found the only available forms were in Chinese.​

#Breaking : CTV News has learned restaurants will no longer be allowed to offer indoor dining as of midnight. The new measure, which will still allow for patio dining and takeout, is expected to remain in effect until April 19 @ctv_shannon 

“Yeah, there is nothing happening in the airport. It’s insane. All other airports have been really spot on. This airport? Nothing happening,” said traveller Emma Logan.

Ninety per cent Lytton, B.C., has burned in a devastating wildfire, the town's local member of Parliament says.