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In June, we celebrate National Indigenous History Month to honour the history, heritage and diversity of Indigenous peoples in Canada. It is also an opportunity to recognize the strength of present-day Indigenous communities.
Join Ironworkers Local 97 an in-person memorial this year to commemorate the workers who lost their lives during the collapse.
I feel fortunate to have been sent to Chicago as a delegate to the 40th IBEW International Convention.  It is exciting to see the direction the union is moving.  While the motion we set forth as a local to take on a more inclusive name
IBEW 213 Unit 2 Chair Sister Becky Lupton speaks to Amendment 7: resolution to change the name from the IBEW to the inclusive International Union of Electrical Workers.
President Joe Biden electrified the convention floor Wednesday afternoon, drawing thunderous cheers for infrastructure projects that will employ IBEW members far into the future, championing unions like none of his predecessors, fig
US President Joe Biden made a historic visit to the IBEW’s 40th International Convention on Wednesday, the first time in the brotherhood’s 131-year history that a sitting president spoke to convention delegates.
Day Two of the IBEW’s 40th International Convention was a homecoming for AFL-CIO President and Portland, Ore., Local 125 member Liz Shuler, who challenged delegates and guests to think outside the box to grow the labor movement.
The IBEW convention opened with pomp and spectacle before getting down to the serious business of electing international officers and reporting on the state of the union.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau addressed IBEW delegates by video on Monday afternoon, telling them that “Canada’s workers and labor unions have built this country.”