IBEW 213 stands with the Vancouver and District Labour Council in acknowleding Truth and Reconciliation Day.
When Wakenniosta Cooper graduated from her apprenticeship in August, she wasn't just part of the Electrical Joint Training Committee's first Indigenous-specific cohort.
The IBEW has joined with several other affiliates of the Canadian Labour Congress (CLC) in order to perform research and polling of our membership. The CLC has hired Callosum Marketing for this initiative.
To help ease the burden of evacuations and loss, Community Savings Credit Union (CSCU) is providing up to $15,000 of financial support to help union members impacted by wildfires.
Workers have always had a profound impact on communities across the country and around the world.
We are pleased to announce the winners of the second $5,000.00 draw and the final $20,000.00 Grand Prize Cash Draw; both tickets were drawn at the IBEW, All Canada Progress Meeting on Wednesday, August 16, 2023, in Toronto, ON.
On Thursday, June 22 the Canada Industrial Relations Board (CIRB) rendered their decision to settle the collective agreement between IBEW 213 and Ledcor Technical Solutions (LTS), accepting all of the union’s proposals except for duration.
Brother Pete Cool, a member from IBEW Local 1928 in Halifax Nova Scotia, is the distinguished representative from the First District who sits on the International Veterans Committee.
On June 17, 1958, 18 ironworkers lost their lives when the Second Narrows Bridge collapsed while under construction. Later, a diver working to recover bodies drowned, bringing the total fatalities for the collapse to 19.