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S A V E T H E D A T E - ANNUAL TRAINING CONFERENCE 2021
Our popular IBEW 213 Annual Training Conference comes to the Pinnacle Hotel Vancouver November 5 - 7.
Registration opens Summer 2021; watch this pace for details.
Join us online for this free webinar for IBEW members on Financial Literacy.
While we are very grateful to live in a country where we enjoy many privileges, we must acknowledge that these privileges aren’t equitably distributed.  The recent news of the discovery of remains and unmarked graves from residential schools
IBEW 213 members employed at Shaw have been told to use their personal leave days to get their COVID-19 vaccination.
We are deeply saddened by the news of the discovery of unmarked graves by the Cowessess First Nation.
The Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Training are planning Indigenous community dialogues and public roundtables throughout Summer 2021 about what Skilled Trade Certifications will mean for you.
June 21 marks National Indigenous Peoples Day, a day for all Canadians to recognize and celebrate the unique heritage, diverse cultures and outstanding achievements and contributions of First Nations, Inuit and Metis Peoples.
On June 17 we met with MP Daniel Blaikie, NDP Employment Critic, to advocate for federally regulated workers in B.C. to get paid leave for COVID vaccinations, same as workers do under the BC Employment Standards Act.
DO YOU WANT someone without training to work on the electrical wiring of your home, your child’s school, or the hospital in your community? Or how about the brakes on your car, or on the 18-wheeler behind you as you motor down a busy highway?
Vancouver Mayor Kennedy Stewart delivered this video message of support for striking IBEW 213 members employed by Ledcor LTS.