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British Columbians are taking note of Community Benefits Agreements (CBAs) and a sizeable majority endorses them for publicly funded projects, a new Research Co. survey has found.
Since the B.C. Government's announcement around Community Benefit Agreements on July 16 there has been a lot of misinformation spread around. Let's separate some of the myths from facts.
Building off of the great success of the 2017 IBEW 213 Education Conference, the education department is proud to offer continuing labour education to the membership at the upcoming IBEW 213 Annual Training Conference, September 22 & 23, 2018
The BCFED Health and Safety Centre is offering FREE* 12 Week English as an Additional Language (EAL or ESL) courses in Vancouver or Richmond starting in September.
British Columbia will benefit from public infrastructure projects like bridges and highways in innumerable ways, thanks to the new construction model unveiled by the provincial government today.
All of us at Local 213 would like to thanks Brother Daniels for his years of service to IBEW and organized labour, and wish him all the best in his retirement.
Warm welcome to incoming International Vice President Tom Reid.
The Ministry of Advanced Education, Skills and Training has announced the extension of tuition waivers for former youth in care to union-based training facilities.
Members and their family are invited to join us at Mission Creek Park in Kelowna for our annual Okanagan picnic and BBQ.
Join us Sunday, July 15, 2018 from 11 AM until 3 PM for a family fun BBQ at the Rick Dowling Centre in Port Coquitlam.
The National Advanced Lighting Controls Training Program (NALCTP) Guest Speaker Series this month features Farid Poursoltani from the Electrical Joint Training Committee (EJTC).