TRU pitches for more money

If you're on your way to school at Thompson Rivers University, you'll appreciate this.

The university is trying to get you a break on the cost of your education. Not only that, it wants to make it easier for you to get a job once you're done.

President and Vice Chancellor of the university, Alan Shaver, describes the strategy to host Shelley Joyce.

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