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

Tappen: Two homes destroyed in mudslide

Two homes in Tappen were destroyed in a mudslide Friday. Luckily, there were no majour injuries but the area remains under evacuation. (VIDEO: Jim Elliot/Salmon Arm Observer) See more >

Kelowna: Capturing an epic introduction

Two teens, living on opposite sides of the world, were given the opportunity to meet after five years of correspondence— and it was all captured on film by a Kelowna videographer. (VIDEO: Contributed) See more >

Victoria: Baby hugging a gift for parents, volunteers

The Huggies, No Baby Unhugged program opened it’s doors at the Victoria General Hospital this week, ensuring all babies get the cuddles they need when parents are away. (VIDEO: Arnold Lim/Black Press) See more >

Smithers: Video of deer running into man goes viral

A security camera captured a deer taking out a B.C. man in Smithers. Luckily the man wasn’t injured and found humour in the incident, posting the video online where it’s been shared by thousands. (VIDEO: Contributed) See more >

Delta: Runway celebrates graduates

The annual fashion show by Kwantlen’s bachelor of design students took to the runway in celebration of it’s next graduating class. (VIDEO: North Delta Reporter) See more >


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