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.




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

Parksville: One man electrocuted, another injured

A Nanoose Bay man was killed and a co-worker airlifted to hospital Thursday afternoon after being electrocuted while replacing rain gutters. (VIDEO: Submitted by Wil Phillips) See More >

Langley: Bates Motel wraps up, literally

At one point getting reviews on Yelp as if it was an open motel, the ominous set of Bates Motel is coming down as the show wraps up its final season. (VIDEO: Dan Ferguson/Langley Times) See More >

Mission: Prison family room looks like an everyday room

It looks like a normal three-bedroom family home, but a Mission warden says the visits that happen in this room are valuable for inmates. (VIDEO: The Canadian Press) See More >

Surrey: City growth needs to occur near public transit: expert

The Lower Mainland’s expected to grow almost 50 per cent within the next 20 years, and one public planning expert says city centres near public transit are where they’re going to go. (Katya Slepian/Black Press) Story to come Sunday.

Kelowna: Reaching 150 volunteers for Canada’s birthday

The national 150 for 150 Volunteer Challenge has made its way to Kelowna, where the goal is for Kelownians to volunteer for a collective 150,000 hours this year. (VIDEO: Carmen Weld/Black Press) See More >

 

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