Ibew Committees

Electrical Workers' Minority Caucus

Pre-conference Committee Session

IBEW 213 committee members are invited to join your committee for a dedicated training session on Friday, November 5, followed by a networking and social evening, all at the Pinnacle Hotel Harbourview in downtown Vancouver.

Registration is limited!


If registration exceeds our capacity you may be placed onto a waitlist. The committee session precedes our Annual Training Conference November 6 & 7. Watch for conference registration details coming soon.

Electrical Workers' Minority Caucus (EWMC)

EWMC invites all IBEW members to join us for our monthly meetings on the 4th Tuesday of the each month (some exceptions).

We are Sisters and Brothers from Local 213, committed to bringing our communities together and to working in solidarity on advancing human rights. Do you want to get involved? Join us at our next meeting. We welcome all IBEW members! For more information contact us: EWMC@ibew213.org.

EWMC - B.C. Chapter Executive:
President: Darren Danbrook
Treasurer: Rav Ghuman
Recording Secretary: Cade Lundin

EWMC Meetings 2021:
Until further notice, EWMC meetings will be held by conference call. For directions on how to join the call please email: EWMCBCCHAPTER@gmail.com

January 26
February 23
March 23
April 27
May 25
June 22
July 27
August 24
September 28
October 26
November 23
December 28

Mission Statement

  • To promote equity, inclusion and employment for equity groups at all levels of the IBEW structure.
  • To foster leadership development and empower equity groups to become active participants and leaders in the IBEW.
  • To assist IBEW equity group members who have discrimination and/or harassment complaints.
  • To promote, support and assist the organizing of equity group workers in the IBEW.
  • To promote, support and assist in the leadership of the IBEW on the issues and concerns of equity group workers in the IBEW.
  • To encourage equity group workers to be greater activists in community and political affairs.
  • To be actively involved in Human Rights on issues that impact LGBTQ, women, workers of colour, Indigenous workers and workers with disabilities as well as support organizations that advance the cause of equity group workers.