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

Comox Valley: Transient whale plays with boats in harbour

Before being directed out of the Comox Marina, a transient orca got playful with nearby sailboats. Watch more >

White Rock: Pride crosswalk vandalized with derogatory words

The rainbow crosswalk, painted a month ago, has been defaced for a second time – this time with misspelled derogatory words. Watch more >

B.C.: Lightning storms culprit of hundreds of new wildfires

After recent storms in B.C.’s Okanagan and North, hundreds of new wildfires sparked this week. Watch more >

Langley: Boy, 9, heading to world’s largest Pokemon card championship

Nine-year-old Lucas Oldale is ranked no. 21 among all North American junior players of the Pokemon card game and soon will be heading to the world invitational championships. Watch more >

Campbell River: Group parked on B.C. highway gets close to cougar

A group of campers were pulled over on the soft shoulder of a highway when a cougar “poked its head over the ledge.” Watch more >

Have a cool video from across B.C. you’d like to share? Email Black Press Media reporter Ashley Wadhwani with‘REPLAY’ in the subject line.


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