Vancouver Coast Health's Dr. Rolando Barrios takes a two-minute test to assess his risk of diabetes.

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.




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

Vancouver: City puts priority on diabetes

To mark World Diabetes Day, Vancouver announced its fight in the battle against urban diabetes, alongside a program called Cities Changing Diabetes. (VIDEO: Ashley Wadhwani/Black Press) See More >

New Westminster: Long wait for needed surgery

A New Westminster boy has been waiting a year and a half for surgery on his ear. While he waits, his mom worries it’s hindering his learning.  See More >

Surrey: Food bank helps hundreds

An average day in the Surrey food bank sees about 300 people walk through its doors, with 40 per cent of those families. (VIDEO: Katya Slepian/Black Press) Story coming soon.

Penticton: Cheers loud for poutine contest

In the middle of a volleyball championship at Pen Highschool, attendees got to compete in their own challenge of the poutine variety (VIDEO: Emanuel Sequeira/Penticton Western News) See More >

Aldergrove: Veteran focuses on mental health

Halfway through Movember, and mustaches are coming in thick. A veteran in Aldergrove is using his ‘stache to advocate for men’s health above the waist. (VIDEO: Ashley Wadhwani/Black Press) See More >

Vernon: Residents see first snow

In parts of B.C. it’s been deemed one of the warmest Novembers in recent years. This week, one interior-town got its first snow of the season. (VIDEO: Jennifer Smith/Vernon Morning Star) See More >


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