In case you missed it, here’s a look at replay-worthy highlights from across the province this week:
Abbotsford: New series explores congestion in Fraser Health hospitals
Following a series of deaths at Abbotsford Regional Hospital, the B.C. Nurses’ Union is calling out Fraser Health to do something about overcrowding and congestion. (VIDEO: B.C. Legislature) See More >
Kelowna: Fire chief receives send off
Kelowna fire chief Jeff Carlisle got an honourable send-off this week, stepping down after 43 years as a firefighter. (VIDEO: Carmen Weld/Black Press) See More >
Victoria: Trudeau talks opioid crisis, marijuana in B.C.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was greeted by protesters during a stop at Victoria City hall Thursday where he talked about legalizing marijuana, he visited the Downtown Eastside in Vancouver Friday. (VIDEO: Kendra Wong/Victoria News) See More >
White Rock: Paraglider falls hundreds of feet
Rescue crews rushed to a man who fell hundreds of feet onto a Semiahmoo Bay sandbar Wednesday. Witnesses say the engine suddenly stopped. The man was airlifted to hospital, but there are no further details on his injuries at this time.(VIDEO: Contributed) See More >
Maple Ridge: Raising money for an autism dog for James
Maple Ridge residents Sean and Amy Watkins are trying to raise enough money to purchase an autism support dog for their 6-year-old son James. The couple has so-far raised more than $3,000 in just three days. (Colleen Flanagan/Maple Ridge News) See More >
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