THOMAS C. JUBY
THOMAS C. JUBY joined the RCMP at the age of nineteen after growing up on a large beef and sheep farm in the Eastern Townships of Quebec. On completion of six months of basic training in Depot, Regina, he spent the next four-and-a-half years performing general detachment duties on the Northwest Coast of British Columbia.
In the fall of 1975, he trained to become a member of the RCMP's Forensic Identification Section, or what is commonly called a crime scene investigator and was assigned to the Prince Rupert Identification Section. Over the next twenty-seven years, he worked in Bathurst, N.B., Iqaluit, N.W.T. (now Nunavut), Yellowknife, N.W.T., New Minas, N.S., Halifax, N.S. and finally the Swissair Task Force, all the while performing forensic identification duties.
Those duties involved attending crime scenes to locate, preserve, identify, and present in court all types of physical evidence. Courts in five provinces and two territories have accepted his opinion as evidence.