CTV News at Six Vancouver Island
On a day that's all about legal pot, another modernization is occurring on BC Ferries – one that has islanders very excited.
Out of six random people who Joe Perkins asked about voting in Saturday's municipal elections, only one knew when it was.
Islanders are getting a chance to interact with one of the stars of Game of Thrones as a new mini-series is being filmed in Campbell River.
Pot advocates like Dana Larsen are celebrating legalization but also say pot should be more like alcohol in the eyes of the law.
Canada is now the largest country to ever legalize pot, and islanders were among the thousands buying cannabis on a government-run website.
A government-run website for pot sales in B.C. sees high demand on its first day in business. CTV’s Yvonne Raymond looks at the shopping experience.
Paul Bernardo and his lawyer appear at a parole board hearing on October 17, 2018. (Sketch by John Mantha)
Legalization in Canada: Cannabis being sold coast-to-coast
More than 500 Vancouver Islanders chose medically assisted death in the first two years it was legal – five times the national average.
A look at what hospitals could see upon legalization; warnings over the recall of nutritional drinks; and a mobility expo hits Victoria.
Chances are on Saturday, you'll step into a voting booth and not recognize many names on the ballot. But CTV's Joe Perkins is here to help.
For addictions specialists, the end of pot prohibition could mean the beginning of fewer Canadians dying from complications with alcohol.
We're learning new details about what legal marijuana will look like in B.C., including government pricing and online purchasing options.
Court records show Randy Scott and co-accused Megan Hiltz face one count of feeding or attempting to feed dangerous wildlife.
FILE - In a Thursday, Jan. 12, 2017 file photo, Senate Armed Services Committee member Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass. questions Defense Secretary-designate James Mattis on Capitol Hill in Washington, during the committee's confirmation…
Men pass a marijuana joint as they ride in a tour bus on Wednesday, April 26, 2017 throughout Denver. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Joe Mahoney
Shut down or face the consequences, the province tells existing dispensaries ahead of legalization.
At 2,300 metres, the $3.5-million zipline being installed at Mount Washington is considered the longest on Vancouver Island.
One more term for incumbent Stew Young will mark three decades at the helm. Will anyone ever be able to unseat Langford's 'cowboy' mayor?
On Monday, cameras got their first glimpse of Jonathon Robichaud, who is accused of several sex-related crimes against kids.
The day pot becomes legal, only one store in B.C. will be licensed to sell it – and the government is encouraging unlicensed shops to close.
Starting today, women who go for a mammogram in B.C. will be given a critical piece of information to help fight against breast cancer.
The B.C. government and Vancouver police say they're prepared to tackle for marijuana to become legal on Wednesday.