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Lilia Zaharieva has cystic fibrosis and needs Orkambi, a drug that is not currently covered for Canadians. (Arnold Lim/Black Press)

Vancouver Island’s Best Videos of the Week

A look at some of the best video stories from the past week ending March 23, 2018

Lilia Zaharieva has cystic fibrosis and needs Orkambi, a drug that is not currently covered for Canadians. (Arnold Lim/Black Press)
Kim Scott is spending five days training to achieve her dream of representing Canada at the Paralympics. (Arnold Lim/Black Press)

Paralympic dream for rider with cerebral palsy

Kim Scott’s goal is to represent Canada and won’t let anything, including cerebral palsy, get in her way

Kim Scott is spending five days training to achieve her dream of representing Canada at the Paralympics. (Arnold Lim/Black Press)
March 18 os International Transit Driver Appreciation Day. (Arnold Lim/Black Press)

Celebrating our transit drivers on their day

March 18 is International Transit Driver Appreciation Day

March 18 os International Transit Driver Appreciation Day. (Arnold Lim/Black Press)
Victoria Royals starting goaltender Griffen Outhouse has broken several club records including most career wins, most wins in a single season and most shots faced. (Jon Howe/Victoria Royals)

Griffen Outhouse rewriting the Royals’ goaltending records

Victoria Royals goaltender’s record-breaking season is not going unnoticed

Victoria Royals starting goaltender Griffen Outhouse has broken several club records including most career wins, most wins in a single season and most shots faced. (Jon Howe/Victoria Royals)
Jack Boan can recite more than 800 digits of pi. He will be looking to improve upon his 166th world ranking on March 14, all the while raising funds for You Are Not Alone. Photo supplied

Vancouver Island’s Best Videos of the Week

A look at some of the best video stories from the past week ending March 16, 2018

Jack Boan can recite more than 800 digits of pi. He will be looking to improve upon his 166th world ranking on March 14, all the while raising funds for You Are Not Alone. Photo supplied
Esquimalt high school students work on their robot at the First Robotics Competition at the Save-on-Foods Memorial Centre. (Arnold Lim/Black Press)

Robots battle in Greater Victoria

Teams from around Canada and the U.S. put their robotics acumen to the test at the Save-on-Foods Memorial Arena

Esquimalt high school students work on their robot at the First Robotics Competition at the Save-on-Foods Memorial Centre. (Arnold Lim/Black Press)
A “likely” portrait of Captain George Vancouver will be available to the public at the Royal B.C. Museum for the first time. (Arnold Lim/Black Press)

Controversial portrait could open dialogue on colonialism

“Likely” portrait of Captain George Vancouver soon available to public for the first time sparking debate at Royal BC Museum

A “likely” portrait of Captain George Vancouver will be available to the public at the Royal B.C. Museum for the first time. (Arnold Lim/Black Press)
Celebrating B.C.’s paralympians

Celebrating B.C.’s paralympians

Supporters gathered at the Legislature in Victoria to celebrate the start of the PyeongChang 2018 Paralympic Winter Games

Celebrating B.C.’s paralympians
See the progression of reporter Dawn Gibson from reporter to boxer, the house of a hoarder go up in flames, and a new invention in this week’s Island Replay.

Island Replay: The best video stories from Vancouver Island

Take a look back at some of the best videos from the past week ending March 9, 2018.

See the progression of reporter Dawn Gibson from reporter to boxer, the house of a hoarder go up in flames, and a new invention in this week’s Island Replay.
The Opening Ceremonies of the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games. (Arnold Lim/Black Press)

PyeongChang 2018, through the eyes of a Korean Canadian

Black Press’ Arnold Lim shares his experiences at the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games

The Opening Ceremonies of the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games. (Arnold Lim/Black Press)
Best news photographs of 2017

Best news photographs of 2017

A year in review through the lens of of Black Press staff and readers

Best news photographs of 2017
Little kids tell us what they want to ask Santa for on Christmas. (Arnold Lim/Black Press)

Asking kids: What do you want for Christmas?

From changes to smoking laws, to peace on earth, seven-year-olds tell us what they want from Santa

Little kids tell us what they want to ask Santa for on Christmas. (Arnold Lim/Black Press)
Me Too At Work: Sexual assault and harassment in the B.C. workplace

Me Too At Work: Sexual assault and harassment in the B.C. workplace

Introducing an in-depth look at who is affected and what can be done

Me Too At Work: Sexual assault and harassment in the B.C. workplace
Gordon Heys made a donation of more than $2-million to the B.C. Cancer Foundation. (Arnold Lim/Black Press)

Cancer patient donates $2M for third PET/CT scanner in B.C

A Nanaimo businessman’s giant donation helps facilitate new PET/CT scanner for Vancouver Island

Gordon Heys made a donation of more than $2-million to the B.C. Cancer Foundation. (Arnold Lim/Black Press)
This is the underside of the new Johnson Street Bridge, which vehicles are expected to be driving over in March of 2018. (Arnold Lim/Black Press)

Johnson Street Bridge taking shape

Cars will be driving over hundreds of tons of steel floating on a barge in Victoria by March of 2018

This is the underside of the new Johnson Street Bridge, which vehicles are expected to be driving over in March of 2018. (Arnold Lim/Black Press)
Extension Volunteer Fire Department firefighters try to put out a fire at a house on Nanaimo River Road on Oct. 24. (Greg Sakaki/Nanaimo News Bulletin)

VIDEO: Our best photographs from October

Vancouver Island’s best news photographs from our journalists and our readers

Extension Volunteer Fire Department firefighters try to put out a fire at a house on Nanaimo River Road on Oct. 24. (Greg Sakaki/Nanaimo News Bulletin)
From Scooby Doo and the Mystery Machine, to Archie and his Jalopy, young Jackson Poole, who has cerebral palsy and autism, has been enjoying amazing Halloween costumes from his family every year. (Arnold Lim/Black Press)

VIDEO: Halloween costumes bring joy to six-year-old with cerebral palsy

B.C. boy Jackson Poole loves Halloween and all the hand-made costumes his family makes

From Scooby Doo and the Mystery Machine, to Archie and his Jalopy, young Jackson Poole, who has cerebral palsy and autism, has been enjoying amazing Halloween costumes from his family every year. (Arnold Lim/Black Press)
Michael David Mahy, seen here in an undated Facebook photograph, has been charged with two counts of sexual interference of a person under 14 and sexual exploitation. (Photo Facebook)

Vancouver Island businessman gets two years for sex crimes

Michael David Mahy had been charged with multiple counts of sexual interference with victims as young as eight years old.

Michael David Mahy, seen here in an undated Facebook photograph, has been charged with two counts of sexual interference of a person under 14 and sexual exploitation. (Photo Facebook)
A young girl holds up a sign as hundreds of people, many youth who have aged out of foster care, rallied at the steps of the BC Legislature to ask for better support for youth aging out of care. (Arnold Lim/Black Press)

Rally held for B.C. youth aging out of foster care

Nearly 100 people showed up to provide support to those who have aged out of provincial foster care in the province.

A young girl holds up a sign as hundreds of people, many youth who have aged out of foster care, rallied at the steps of the BC Legislature to ask for better support for youth aging out of care. (Arnold Lim/Black Press)
Foot care provided for those with ‘street feet’

Foot care provided for those with ‘street feet’

Volunteers converged on Our Place Friday in Victoria, to care for some of the city’s most vulnerable

Foot care provided for those with ‘street feet’