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Student team from PASS-Woodwinds Alternate School takes top spot in Junior Achievement’s Online Business Challenge

LOCAL   |   Jan 27, 2015

January 27, 2015 Parksville, BC - On Monday, January 26, 2015, a team from PASS-Woodwinds Alternate School in Parksville was named Titans of the Industry and recognized for their first place win in Junior Achievement of British Columbia’s (JABC) Online Business Challenge. The winning team, naming themselves, The Under Achievers, is comprised of Kyle Johnson, Ryan Quinney...

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High School Students Pitch their Social Enterprise Ideas at JABC Innovation Jam 2015

LOCAL   |   Jan 21, 2015

January 21, 2015   Vancouver, BC - On Monday, January 19, 2015, 120 high school students from across British Columbia came together at the Coast Coal Harbour Hotel in downtown Vancouver for a day of creative thinking and competition at Junior Achievement of British Columbia’s (JABC) annual JABC Innovation Jam, presented by Chartered Professional Accountants (CPA)....

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JABC Winter Newsletter

LOCAL   |   Dec 19, 2014

Our Winter newsletter is out! Read about our upcoming anniversaries, renewed support for Dollars with Sense and an interview with an entrepreneur. And of course, holiday greetings from our President! Click here to read...

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Financial Literacy Month Marked by Credit Union's $600,000 Donation Supporting Youth Financial Education

LOCAL   |   Nov 24, 2014

Coast Capital Savings, ensures thousands of B.C. teens will receive financial literacy training with a significant donation to Junior Achievement of British Columbia November 24, 2014 Vancouver, British Columbia – Junior Achievement of British Columbia (JABC) is expanding its financial literacy program Dollars with Sense to reach 27,000 youth across British Columbia,...

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Canadian Western Bank Invests $375,000 in Junior Achievement Programs Across Canada

LOCAL   |   Nov 07, 2014

November 7, 2014 Junior Achievement (JA) is pleased to announce its continued partnership with Canadian Western Bank (CWB). CWB will be supporting chapters across western Canada with a $375,000 contribution over the next three years. CWB will renew its support of Economics for Success, a grade nine or high school program that helps students understand the financial demands of...

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