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

Prince Rupert: Plans in motion

A rehabilitation assistant in Prince Rupert wants people of all disabilities able to access trails in the region, and has a solution: a TrailRider bike. (VIDEO: Shannon Lough/Northern View) See more >

Errington: ‘No hydrant, no problem’ says firefighters

Rural fire departments swapped expertise on how to fight fires when you’re nowhere near a hydrant. (VIDEO: JR Rarden/Parksville Qualicum Beach) See more >

Saanich: LEGO mania with a certified professional

Robin Sather, Canada’s only LEGO Certified Professional, took a recent visit to Saanich, to judge the best creations for LEGO mania. (VIDEO: Wolf Depner/Saanich News) See more >

Langley: Alpacas visit farm for annual haircuts

Close to 80 alpacas got their annual haircuts in Langley this week, with the fur being use to make fleece clothing. (VIDEO: Matthew Claxton/Langley Advance, Kurt Langman/Aldergrove Star) See more >

Williams Lake: Testing gravity with a traditional egg drop

And elementary students in Williams Lake had an Easter Egg Smash competition Thursday, with a tradition egg drop. (VIDEO: Greg Sabatino/Williams Lake Tribune) See more >


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