B.C.’s park pass system will soon be live, allowing locals to book a visit at five popular green spaces.
An issue with an administration system led to significant delays at a COVID-19 vaccine clinic in Vancouver Monday, forcing some recipients to wait well over an hour.
A first-day-of-summer heat wave broke temperature records in parts of B.C. over the weekend.
A Surrey, B.C., family is sounding the alarm after waiting desperately for an ambulance on Saturday only to eventually learn none were available.
Business leaders say the federal government’s announcement on lifting travel restrictions has failed to give them any indication of when international tourists will be allowed in.
The summer season has officially arrived. Fashion and beauty expert Natalie Sexton joined CTV Morning Live with six summer beauty must-haves.
The B.C. health region that has been most impacted by COVID-19 managed to meet its goal in a 32-hour weekend “Vax-a-thon” event.
The health authority describes the program as building on the “great success” it has had with mobile clinics targeting rural and remote communities.
Restaurant owners are thrilled the province has entered Step 2 of its COVID-19 restart plan, but admit theyre struggling to find staff and supplies.
Some people are cancelling their vaccine appointments at B.C. pharmacies after new guidance was issued for AstraZeneca.
There will be door prizes and live music at a COVID-19 vaccine clinic in Surrey, B.C., this weekend during a so-called “Vax-a-thon” that’s scheduled to last more than 24 hours.
The last day of school in British Columbia is less than two weeks away, and 51 schools in the Lower Mainland are still dealing with recent COVID-19 exposures.