They're on the move at Brock University
About 2,400 students are moving into Brock University today.
"Move-In Day" is an annual tradition with 600 volunteers helping out.
Students are given a one-hour window of move-in time between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. today
Jamie Flemming, Brock's director of residences, tells CKTB that students have been prepped for the move.
He says they know when to arrive, where to go and what they need to bring.
Brock’s Welcome Week officially kicks off today with the annual Move-In Day blitz.
It continues throughout the week with dozens of campus activities.
Matt talks with Greg about a new six story building that is being planned for the corner or Church and Niagara Street in St. Catharines and the impact it will have on the surrounding area.
Matt talks to Ken about the Niagara Regional Police's new mobile command unit that will cost taxpayers close to half a million dollars.
Matt talks to Brett about a project in Niagara Falls to raise awareness for childhood cancer across the City.