Students at the Justice Institute of British Columbia will enjoy upgraded facilities and greater learning opportunities thanks to capital projects that were just completed with support from the provincial and federal governments. The first project provides students with a weather-protected, modular learning facility at the Driver Education Centre in Pitt Meadows, BC. The second will see three buildings’ roofs replaced, which helps reduce winter heat loss, save on summer cooling, and reduce the carbon footprint at the institution. “The new roofs and driver training facility are going to make sure JIBC can keep graduating some of BC’s most important professionals for many years to come,” said JIBC President Michel Tarko.



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