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

OAK BAY: Sidney resident just blew out 105 birthday cake candles

What a long life to celebrate, Margaret Bennet from the Oak Bay area turned 105 this week beside her daughters and friends. See more >

CHILLIWACK: Retiring barber passes on the torch to refugee

A retiring barber is paying it forward, passing along his local business to a local Syrian refugee who arrived in Chilliwack a year ago with a knack for giving customers a clean cut. See more >

FERNIE: Tour Divide riders on their way to Mexico

190 cyclists set out on a 4396 km race, passed through Fernie on their way south to Mexico this week. See more >

LADYSMITH: Students plan ‘senior prom’ at La Rosa Gardens

A reminder that no matter your age you can always have fun. Three seniors in Ladysmith hosted a ‘seniors prom’ to celebrate with friends they met through volunteering at the independent living centre. See more >

PRINCE RUPERT: The Captains depart after 15 years

A husband and wife who’ve spent the last 15 years helping those in need in Prince Rupert reflect on all their work amid retiring. See more >


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