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

VERNON: Helping neighbours sandbag

The flood fight continues in the Southern Interior and amidst fear and stress, residents are pulling together with compassion and community spirit. See more >

CHILLIWACK: Popular waterway brings memories

Decades ago the Hope Slough was a place for swimming boating and fishing, but one Chilliwack man worries it’ll never be restored. See more >

SAANICH: Mount Doug teachers rap it up at grad ceremony

A Grade 12 students in Saanich were treated to a hilarious surprise at their graduation ceremony when three of their teachers treated them to a parody rap. See more >

LANGFORD: National rugby team excited for home field advantage

Olympic medallists Team Canada is looking to make their fans proud at this weekend’s Women’s Sevens tournament See more >

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VIDEO: New series takes in-depth look at sexual harassment in B.C.

Black Press takes a hard look at sexual harassment in B.C.

B.C. dog owners warn about chain collars after puppy almost strangled

Young Rottweiler pup couldn’t breathe after another dog caught tooth on his collar

Accused NYC subway bomber expected to face federal charges

Akayed Ullah, 27, was charged Tuesday with terrorism and weapons related charges

Strategy announced for Indigenous cancer care

Various stakeholders have come together to provide a road map from prevention to survivorship

Environmental groups slam NDP decision to continue with Site C

Construction industry, meanwhile, is cautiously optimistic about how the project will look

B.C. Conservatives applaud Site C decision

B.C. Conservatives happy with government decision to proceed

Hwy. 1 avalanche improvements promise less delays

B.C.’s new remote avalanche-control systems near Revelstoke are ready for avalanche season

2017 word of the year: Feminism

Merriam-Webster’s word of the year for 2017: ‘Feminism’

200 Russians to compete in Olympics as neutrals

The Russian Olympic Committee expects 200 to compete in South Korea

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