JIBC supports the Indigenous community by contributing to the development of JIBC governance, structure, policy and procedures to establish Indigenous space throughout our campuses.

We also promote innovations in Indigenous programming and services while supporting funding initiatives that ensure the implementation of the JIBC Indigenous Plan.

 

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    Indigenization

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    Indigenous Advisory Council

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    Elders-in-Residence

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    Indigenous Student Services

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    Rights of Indigenous Peoples

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    The Truth and Reconciliation Commission Principles

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    Indigenous Activities and Events

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    National Day for Truth and Reconciliation - September 30

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We respectfully acknowledge the Justice Institute of British Columbia's New Westminster campus is located on the unceded traditional territories of the Qayqayt, Musqueam and Central Coast Salish Peoples.