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Study says humans are hard-wired for laziness

If you're sitting there feeling bad about scrolling Facebook instead of going to the gym, don't worry. This study says it isn't your fault.

'Outdoor learning space' looks like cage to some

The Nanaimo School District is on the defensive after parents voiced concern over a make-shift classroom that looked more like a cage.

Massive affordable housing project green-lit

Multiple buildings, including what will become Saanich's tallest, will be built as part of a $250-million community in the Uptown area.

Homeless group moves into West Shore campground

With shelter beds in the Capital Region full, the campers say they have nowhere else to go – prompting calls for the province to do more.

CTV News at Six Vancouver Island for Wednesday, September 19, 2018

CTV News at Six Vancouver Island

Trudeau apologizes for using 'unparliamentary' language

Roving tent city moves from Saanich to provincial park

They say their plan is to stay at Goldstream Provincial Park for at least two weeks.

Dan McTeague on what's behind the gas price drop

A look at the impact legalized pot in Washington state

Legalization raises all kinds of questions and concerns, so CTV News went south of the border to try to get some answers.

Program matches new B.C. farmers with landowners

If you've ever wanted to start a career as a farmer but didn't know how to find available farmland, here's your chance.