Pets flock to Big Gay Dog Walk for Victoria Pride week

  • More than 150 dog lovers and their best friends took part in the popular and long-running Big Gay Dog Walk on Victoria’s Dallas Road waterfront as part of the city’s Pride week celebrations.

  • Hundreds of thousands of Canadians across Canada gather in celebration of the country’s 149th birthday.

  • Drivers in West Vancouver, B.C., are being warned not to leave food in their vehicles after a bear caused $10,000 in damage to a parked Lexus.

  • A group of scientists and divers are sharing incredible footage and photos that show warm-water sharks, sunfish and dolphins roaming the waters of the Pacific Northwest, but say it could be coming at a cost.

  • Lisa Bell, an amateur photographer from Bowser, B.C. snapped a series of once-in-a-lifetime photos when she caught a bald eagle terrorizing a Canada goose.

  • Spring has sprung, and we asked viewers to send us their best spring photos. From the top of Mt. Work to low tide in Nanaimo, here are some pictures showcasing the beauty and diversity of Vancouver Island.

  • The Canadian Coast Guard gives a glimpse of CCGH Moytel, one of only three hovercrafts dedicated for search and rescue missions in the country.

  • Comox Valley-based artist Miles Elliot has created what he calls the “creepy camper,” an old camper made into a giant skull with light-up red eyes. Elliot says he was looking for a way to stand out while attending arts festivals.

  • It was a Canadian dream pairing at Victoria’s Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre Thursday as pop rockers Hedley came together with “Call Me Maybe” hitmaker Carly Rae Jepsen for an unforgettable show.

  • Three adorable puppies rescued from B.C.’s own backyard prove there are still many animals in the province that need loving homes, a Victoria animal rescue says.

  • Updated: Some Fort McMurray residents are returning to ashes, while other homes are untouched, after a devastating wildfire forced an evacuation of the area.

  • Tilray, one of Canada’s largest medical marijuana producers, has opened the doors of its 65,000-square-foot, $30-million Nanaimo facility to give a glimpse of its production process.

  • Queen Elizabeth celebrates her 90th birthday on April 21.

  • It was a sea of red as thousands of RCMP members from across Canada showed their support by marching to the regimental funeral for Const. Sarah Beckett, who was killed in a car crash last week.

  • This stately and sprawling gated property on Oak Bay’s Uplands waterfront features a rear-projection theatre, billiards room, indoor pool and even its own desalination plant to use ocean water for irrigation.

  • Explosions rocked the main airport in Brussels and subway system, killing more than two dozen people.

  • A look back at the life of former Toronto Mayor Rob Ford, who has passed away at the age of 46.

  • St. Patrick’s Day festivities are enjoyed by the young and the old from around the world.

  • CTV News viewers sent us their best shots of the thousands of cherry blossoms in full bloom around the city.

  • People gazed at the sky in wonder and cheered while others knelt in prayer as a total eclipse of the sun unfolded over Indonesia on Wednesday, briefly plunging cities into darkness and startling wildlife.

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