British Columbia’s New Democratic Party government, which took power in July 2017, is showing increasing confidence in office.
Premier John Horgan today announced a suite of initiatives to pave the way for women working or entering a career in the building trades through improved workplace supports, services and practices.
IBEW Local 213 is the proud to be the recipient of this year's United Way Community Spirit Awards Labour United Award.
The City of Vancouver and its unions, including IBEW 213 members, is the reciepent of the 2018 Large Organization Growth Award at the United Way Community Spirit Awards.
The BC Building Trades is pleased by commitments in Budget 2018 that will provide the support and services necessary for the next generation to start their careers in the construction industry.
The IBEW First District is again offering five scholarships in the amount of $1,000.00 each to all IBEW members and their families that are in studies pursuing a post-secondary diploma or degree.
Phil Davis has been named the new managing director of IBEW Local 213’s Electrical Joint Training Committee (EJTC).
Local 213 in partnership with the Construction Industry Rehab Plan is offering free Naloxone training for our members on Monday, March 19 at 7 p.m. at the Union Hall.
Registration for the National Advanced Lighting Control Training Program offered through the EJTC to journeypersons in the Okanagan has been extended to January 16. Register now!