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Join global Q & A on Al Gore's sequel October 3, 2017

On October 26, 2017, TRU takes to the world stage when the university participates, along with universities worldwide, in a showing of former US vice-president…

Faculty and staff, Featured, Sustainability
Zipcar drives onto campus January 13, 2017

The popular car-sharing company Zipcar drove onto campus this week and with its arrival, you're offered a 24-hour alternative to owning a vehicle. The TRU campus launch…

Campus News, Faculty and staff, Featured, Sustainability
Be cool, Carpool November 3, 2016

At TRU we are committed to reducing the number of single occupancy vehicles (SOVs) on the road and in our parking lots. Rideshare, our newest online carpool…

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TRU expert weighs in on carbon pricing October 3, 2016

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced today that Canadian provinces have two years to adopt a carbon pricing scheme or the federal government will step in and…

Campus News, Faculty and staff, Sustainability
Sign-up for TRU Rideshare September 29, 2016

The TRU Facilities Department is delighted to announce that registration is now open for the TRU Rideshare program; a new online carpooling solution for students,…

Faculty and staff, Featured, Sustainability, WolfPack
NBA's Olynyk becomes campus art September 2, 2016

Armed with a sustainability grant and recycled vinyl trash, Kamloops artist Bill Frymire created a stunning 16-foot mosaic of local NBA star Kelly Olynyk, which…