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Alanna Wong was always interested in understanding crime, its causes, and contributing in some way to the safety and the well-being of the community. While she once considered policing as a career,…
Two students from the Justice Institute of British Columbia (JIBC) got more than classroom learning on their recent exchange program to the University of Portsmouth in the U.K. Living in another…
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A researcher at the Justice Institute of British Columbia (JIBC) has been awarded a $30,000 grant to study gender-based violence among first responders during training and in the workplace. Jennifer…
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Students who were enrolled in eligible programs who paid more than $100 in tuition and fees (T2202), or who received Financial Aid (T4A) can download their tax receipts via the myJIBC.ca student…
See https://news.gov.bc.ca/releases/2023PSFS0005-000133   VICTORIA - British Columbians will have improved access to emergency health services as the Province invests approximately $2 million into…
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The Justice Institute of British Columbia (JIBC) has been recognized as one of the top colleges and institutes in Canada for research. JIBC was ranked fourth in B.C. and 48th nationally in the annual…
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After graduating with a degree in geology during the peak of the pandemic in 2020, Mackenzie Millward was at a crossroads. There were no jobs available in related fields and she found herself with…
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The Justice Institute of British Columbia (JIBC) is increasing access to cybersecurity training with three new micro-credential programs designed to introduce students to skills now in high demand.…
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Dear Students, We have exciting news about an upcoming temporary location change for JIBC’s Vancouver Island operations.  As you likely know, JIBC will be part of a consortium of post-secondary…
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Hasan Alezzi enrolled in the two-year Diploma in Law Enforcement Studies program at the Justice Institute of British Columbia (JIBC) straight out of high school.  A year into his studies, he…
Rodrigo Miyake at the courtyard of JIBC's New Westminster campus.
Growing up in Santiago, Chile, Rodrigo Miyake knew he wanted to help people for a living.  He dreamed of being an army helicopter pilot to save people by evacuating them from dangerous situations. …
JIBC firefighting students perform live-fire training exercise.
The latest graduates of a Justice Institute of British Columbia (JIBC) fire training program received a boost to their career pursuits thanks to funding from the federal and provincial governments.…
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To the JIBC community, Like many across the country, JIBC students, staff and faculty will be off tomorrow, Sept. 30 for the second National Day for Truth and Reconciliation (NDTR), an opportunity to…
Minister Kang New Fire Truck
First responders training at the Justice Institute of British Columbia (JIBC) have access to a new fire engine with the latest technology at the Maple Ridge campus. “Firefighters hold a special place…
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To all members of the JIBC community, On behalf of JIBC’s Board of Governors, and as we begin a new academic year, I am pleased to share our 2022-2027 Strategic Plan: For the Greater Good, which…
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Today, the Justice Institute of British Columbia (JIBC) is unveiling its new look; a change steeped in new symbolism and a reflection of the journey JIBC is on. More than an emblem, an organization’s…
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Monday, Sept. 19, 2022 has been designated a national day of mourning for HM Queen Elizabeth II on the day of her funeral. As a result, JIBC programming, with a few select exceptions, will be…
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A new open educational resource (OER) guidebook, developed by the Justice Institute of British Columbia (JIBC) is now available to help educators to apply Universal Design for Learning (UDL)…
Participants in Indigenous Youth Career Camp at JIBC learn to use a fire hose at the Maple Ridge campus.
The Justice Institute of British Columbia (JIBC) was pleased to welcome participants to its Indigenous Youth Career Camp (IYCC) at its campuses last week, July 18 to 22, where they gained an…
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The Justice Institute of British Columbia Foundation reported on a successful year at its June Annual General Meeting (AGM), in which donor generosity saw over $600,000 received and more than $750,…