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Date Posted: 16:48:19 04/24/06 Mon
Author: Graham Piper
Subject: Re: touring Bishop's University
In reply to: Mel 's message, "touring Bishop's University" on 11:45:30 04/19/06 Wed

>Hi all. I was heading in the direction of the
>university where they shot the film and thought I'd
>stop by to actually see the campus.I was wondering if
>anyone has visited the campus yet? Is it easy to get
>on the campus or will I have to ask security to get
>in. Any info would be greatly appreciated. THanks
I visited Bishop's University last year and went on a tour of the campus. If you wish to tour the campus you will have to make a booking through the Bishop's University web site at www.ubishops.ca
Kind Regards and Rage More,
Graham Piper

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