From a possible Ogopogo sighting to a mother rescuing her pet goose: Global BC’s best videos of 2022 | PKBNEWS

It was another year of incredible videos captured by our reporters, cameramen and viewers once again in British Columbia.

BC World countdown our top 10 videos of 2022.

ten. Even for a seasoned diver with nearly 700 dives, this was the experience of a lifetime – an intimate and personal visit with a curious octopus near Campbell River, BC. Kylie Stanton told the story of this magical encounter.

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‘One word: epic’: BC diver records incredible close encounter with octopus

9. A security camera captures the moment a bald eagle dived in and grabbed Frankie the goose and began dragging him away. Owner Cait Oakley – who was busy breastfeeding at the time – rushed outside and scared the bird of prey away. She says the family had already lost three chickens to the hungry eagle, and that wasn’t going to take Frankie too.

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Caught on video: British Columbia nursing mother saves pet goose from eagle attack

8. BC World received an anonymous video of an attack on someone fishing along the Vedder River. Chilliwack RCMP have confirmed they are investigating the July 24 assault. The video shows a boat speeding towards a group of people fishing, three men then jump from the boat and attack one of the fishermen.

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Videotaped beating of fisherman launches Chilliwack RCMP investigation

7. A North Vancouver cat was gaining attention on TikTok after coming face to face with a black bear and chasing it. Kristen Robinson shared how Tigger the cat held back in June.

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‘Tigger returns’: B.C. domestic cat chases black bear from family yard

6. We learned the story of a courageous senior from Campbell River, British Columbia, who decided she had had enough. The eldest confronted a potential shoplifter at Walmart and the whole incident was caught on camera. Kylie Stanton caught up with the man who filmed the encounter and got the reaction from Campbell River.

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‘Visceral Instinct’: Woman Who Foiled Suspected Shoplifter at BC Walmart Speaks Out

5. People opposed to vaccination mandates and other COVID-19 measures gathered near the Pacific Highway truck crossing on February 12, where police said convoy vehicles broke through the barricades of the RCMP. Paul Johnson told the story.

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Convoy vehicles break through RCMP barricades as BC border crossing effectively closed

4. Online video of an attack on a 15-year-old girl in Surrey has raised new concerns about teenage swarming. Rumina Daya reported that a number of people simply shot video of the May 2022 attack, and no one called the police. Warning: disturbing content.

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‘I’m devastated’: B.C. mum calls for help after daughter was punched, kicked and forced to kiss shoes

3. We will never get tired of Metro Vancouver snow videos. A Global BC cameraman’s dash cam captured questionable driving choices in Metro Vancouver following a heavy snowfall that blanketed the area earlier this year.

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Dashcam captures questionable snow driving behavior in Vancouver

2. An Okanagan woman told reporter Jasmine King of her “travel nightmare.” After a flight from Kelowna, she was stuck in Toronto International Airport for five days and the whole experience cost her $10,000.

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‘Basically living at the airport’: Canceled flights strand B.C. woman in Toronto for 5 days

1. The legendary Okanagan lake monster, Ogopogo, also known by its native name Nx̌aʔx̌ʔitkʷ, may have been filmed dozing just below the surface of the water. Sydney Morton of Global Okanagan told the number one story of the year.

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