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:

B.C.: Paramedics petitioning for essential service

While fire fighting and police services are both considered essential services in the province, ambulance service is not, and paramedics want to be included. (VIDEO: Surrey Now) See More >

Surrey: Transcending the travel ban with love

Two sweethearts, Iranian by birth, didn’t let President Donald Trump’s travel ban prevent them from getting engaged at Peace Arch monument. (VIDEO: Katya Slepian/Black Press) See More >

Victoria: Marching for Moose Hide Day

More than 100 men fasted and marched to the Parliament Buildings in Victoria this week for Moose Hide Day – a campaign focused on ending violence against women and children. (VIDEO: Arnold Lim / Black Press) See More >

Kelowna: Let the bot-battle begin

Tiny robots designed by Kelowna students and made of Lego faced off in the second annual Sumo Bot battle, as part of the province’s coding curriculum. (VIDEO: Jen Zelinski/Black Press) See More >

Prince Rupert: Hoopsters meet for All Native tournament

Basketball teams from across B.C. and Alaska gathered in Prince Rupert, for the annual tournament that combines sports and culture in a hoop-dreams event dating back to 1940s. (Shannon Lough/Northern View) See More >


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