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

TOFINO-UCLUELET: Students clean up the shores

Rusting shopping carts, washing machine and crab traps are a few of the items local youth helped remove from the shores near Whiskey Doc in ucluelet this week. (VIDEO: Andrew Bailey/Westerly News) See more >

SMITHERS: TV series showcases shelter for bears

A Smithers couple’s work to rescue and rehabilitate orphaned black bear cubs is being highlighted in a new Animal Planet series. (VIDEO: Omni Film) See more >

CHILLIWACK: Miniature horses strut their stuff

More than 50 miniature horses are competing in driving, jumping and obstacle courses this weekend in Chilliwack. (VIDEO: Greg Laychak/Black Press Media) See more >

CRANBROOK: On the road, with pit stops in B.C.

Twenty-one-year-old Anne Thomas is celebrating Canada 150 with a bike trip across the country, while raising money for charity. (VIDEO: Paul Rodgers) See more >

VERNON: Beaver takes a stroll through traffic

Why’d the beaver cross the road? Not sure, but its attempt to stop traffic was all caught on tape. See more >


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