A new totem pole was welcomed near Campbell River this week.

REPLAY: B.C. this week in video

Woman faces rental nightmare, Volunteers keep beaches plastic free, and more.

In case you missed it, here’s a look at replay-worthy highlights from across the province this week:

Mission: Woman faces rental nightmare

A mission woman has been living in her leased home with no water, electricity or heat for more than 30 days – along with more than 30 animals. See More >

Williams Lake: Shaving heads in support of those with cancer

A fundraiser in Williams Lake raised more than $34,000 to help local families who have a loved one battling cancer. See More >

Tofino: Volunteers keeping beaches plastic free

And Surfrider Pacific Rim volunteers recently spent a day combing the beach for garbage and removing tiny pieces of plastic from Wick Beach. See More >

Smithers: Local business owner awarded for inclusivity

Pizzeria and bistro owner Chris Morsund has been recognized by Community Living British Columbia for providing meaningful employment for adults with developmental disabilities. See More >

Campbell River: New totem pole welcomed with ceremony

A totem pole, carved by Randy Frank of the K’ómoks First Nation, has been raised in Sayward. See More >

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