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

CLOVERDALE: Rodeo brings bull riding, festival

Cloverdale kicked off it’s 72’s Rodeo Friday with bull riding, rides and more festival fun. See more >

OAK BAY: Gypsy cat loves to explore

And Oak Bay feline has been deemed the local gypsy cat, making friends wherever she goes. See more >

ABBOTSFORD: Royal Canadian circus comes to town

Tricks on the trapeze, trampolining and more draw hundreds this weekend. See more >

PRINCE RUPERT: ‘Party Ed’, the watchkeeper of the north

And he’s a survivalist and military veteran, but to Prince Rupert residents is known as “Party Ed.” See more >

VANCOUVER ISLAND: Tour de Rock kicks off

Black Press’s own Arnold Lim is participating in this year’s Cops for Cancer Tour De Rock on Vancouver Island and is taking us all with him, this week testing his hill biking skills. See more >


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