Morning North | Sep 25, 2013 | 7:26

Laurentian U wants to build a new campus in Barrie

Laurentian University has launched a social media campaign for a new campus in the city of Barrie. The CBC's Megan Thomas looks at what the plan involves and what it could mean for the existing campus.

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