Daybreak Kamloops | Jul 17, 2013 | 5:07

TRU embarks on new program to help first nations children

The University has announced a new research position and it comes with good support from the B.C. government, two and a half million dollars. Rod McCormick is TRU's new Regional Innovation Chair in Aboriginal Early Childhood Development

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