Both parties agreed to renew the MOU after two years of community building success
Author: Cailyn Mocci
KABU officially launches to help transportation around the city
The funding boost will allow public post-secondary institution across B.C. to support the success of Indigenous students
Western Canada Theatre is looking to build its upcoming season to provide a season of innovation and intimacy.
Kamloops protests in solidarity with anti-racism protests across North America fueled by unjust deaths of Black community members
You can still find your favourite vendors at the Kamloops Farmers Market with a few adjustments for community safety
With the ever-evolving COVID-19 situation, TRU is working to provide a successful environment for post-secondary studies.
TRUSU joins other equity organizations in rejoicing the federal decision to criminalize the harmful pseudo-scientific practice
In light of the growing COVID-19 concerns, TRU opts to keep classrooms empty
The government announces they will be pumping $1.5 million into bettering the services available for the growing student population