Liliana Ortega

From Mexico to Canada: My Tips for Surviving Winter in Kamloops

Kamloops doesn’t get as cold as many places in Canada, still, it’s pretty cold for my standards. Kamloops winters are usually from November to February, and the coldest it gets is -30 (not very common). In my personal experience, it usually stays between -10 to -20 degrees Celsius. This for me is enough to freeze, so here are a few suggestions

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Staying Active at TRU

Staying active becomes even more important during university when all you want to do is either watch Netflix or study to not fail your next test. TRU is very aware of the need for recreation activities, and so has many for its students.

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Ecology Field Lab at TRU: What Is It Like?

Ecology is the study of the interactions of the organisms with their environment, this means that to fully comprehend ecology and learn fully it’s better to go outside. Thankfully, TRU has you covered, TRU counts with many classes with interactive labs, and not only for science.

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5 Things to Do This Winter Break in Kamloops

Winter break is usually a time to visit home and spend time with family, unfortunately sometimes going home isn’t an option. Not going home for the holidays can be tough, more when most of your friends leave, and the weather is getting colder and colder; fortunately, just because you won’t be able to go home doesn’t mean it’ll be a sad break! There are plenty of things to make your winter break fun and enjoyable!

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