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September 25, 2019 | Campus

Wisdom Tettey walks CTV News through Valley Land Trail at U of T Scarborough

Wisdom Tettey chats with a CTV reporter on a curved wooden bridge, while a man points a large TV video camera at them.

Wisdom Tettey, vice-president and principal of U of T Scarborough, speaks to CTV News on the campus's new Valley Land Trail (photo by @UTSC on Twitter)

The recently opened Valley Land Trail at University of Toronto Scarborough “reflects our commitment to inclusive excellence,” Wisdom Tettey, vice-president and principal of U of T Scarborough, told CTV News.

Tettey said the 500-metre trail, which was opened to the public on Aug. 29, was put in place to help the community better access and enjoy the ravine abutting the campus. It was designed for accessibility year-round.

Tettey said U of T Scarborough hopes that, by using the trail, the community will become better stewards of the environment.

“It’s been a fabulous experience for people who’ve had a chance to enjoy it,” Tettey said.

Watch Wisdom Tettey on CTV News (clip begins at 24:31)

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