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:

Cowichan Valley: Dancing for equal rights

Wednesday marked International Women’s Day across the world. In the Cowichan Valley, community members took part in a dance party in the park, to bring awareness to violence against women and equal rights. (VIDEO: Cowichan Valley Citizen) See More >

Maple Ridge: B.C. Summer Games for year 2020 announced

The 2020 B.C. summer games, although a few years away will hosted in Maple Ridge, announced Canadian soccer superstar Karina Leblanc. (VIDEO: Phil Melnychuk/Maple Ridge News) See More >

Prince Rupert: Winter continues to be a delight for snow enthusiasts

Snow enthusiasts are enjoying the weather in Prince Rupert this winter with locals getting creative, like with a snow dragon thanks to three days of snowfall. (VIDEO: Shannon Lough/Northern View) See More >

Lower Mainland: Potholes a problem

Roadways are causing chaos for commuters post-snow. The culprits? Potholes that are taking out tires one by one. (VIDEO: Contributed) See More >

Penticton: Another brewery for the South Okanagan

Another craft brewery has made its way to the South Okanagan, as beer drinkers continue to look for variety in the province’s beer scene. (Penticton Western News) See More >


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