REPLAY: B.C. this week in video

In case you missed it, here’s a look at replay-worthy highlights from across the province this week

Okanagan floods hit the region hard

Regions of the province have been hit with flooding caused by snowmelt and recent rain, including the Okanagan where evacuation orders have been issued. See more >

Victoria’s mascot, Mr. Floatie, officially relieved of duties

An activist who fought diligently for a more environmentally friendly sewage system on Vancouver Island, known to most as Mr. Floatie, is retiring. See more >

Surrey boys spend hundreds of hours making mats for homeless

A group of Surrey students have saved 9,000 plastic bags from landfills, crocheting them into mats for homeless people. See more >

Learning from Lefty

Lefty Williams made a recent stop in Nelson, giving local kids a lesson on sportsmanship and hard work. See more >

Juveniles releasing juvenile… salmon

And it’s that time of year again, children all over B.C. – including in Prince Rupert are releasing chums into local waters. See more >

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