Memorable photos from the past week in B.C.
The week that was in British Columbia — in photos.
Photos from the first week of May in British Columbia
This image was captured by a Vancouver police officer inside a vacant room in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside and shared "to show the reality of drug use," said a spokesperson for the department. (@VPDSuperDavey/Twitter) Catamaran in water as it is slowly towed back to Tofino harbour. (CHEK) Fred Nelson has been forced to bring heavy trench digging machinery onto his Vernon property to try and deal with the flooding. (Brady Strachan/CBC) A view of some of the Styrofoam insulation that washed onto the shore from the Hanjin Seattle cargo ship accident in November 2016. The coastline continues to collect debris from across the Pacific. (Josh Temple/Clayoquot CleanUp) Actor Liam Neeson (middle) heeded the call of a New Westminster sandwich shop to come for a free meal — even though he didn't actually eat it. (@bigstarsandwich/Twitter) Park goer assesses one of the extremely slidey slides at the newly named Slidey Slides Park in East Vancouver. (Christer Waara/CBC)