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International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers President Lonnie R. Stephenson is retiring, effective Jan. 4, bringing an end to a nearly five-decade active career in the union.
After over five years fighting for a first collective agreement that includes over three years on the picket line, IBEW 213’s long-awaited Section 80 application to the Canadian Industrial Relations Board (CIRB) finally arrived.
Earlier this week, the Government of Ontario passed legislation which imposed a contract on 55,000 education workers represented by the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE).
NDP Labour Critic, Alexandre Boulerice introduced an anti-scab bill that aims to ban the use of replacement workers in labour disputes.
IBEW 213 stands with the Vancouver and District Labour Council in acknowleding Truth and Reconciliation Day.
In recognition of Truth & Reconciliation Day, Friday, September 30, we commissioned new orange t-shirts designed for IBEW 213 by artist Gerry Sheena, a member of the Interior Salish Nation.
NDP MPs Bonita Zarrillo (Port Moody-Coquitlam) and Matthew Green (Hamilton Centre) stand in solidarity with IBEW Local 213 members as they rallied today outside the Ledcor Technical Service (LTS) Head Office in Vancouver to mark the third anniver
Join us and other affiliates of the BC Building Trades for Labour Day Drive and Picnic on Monday, September 5 from 10 a.m until 4 p.m.
Today we received the Labour Relations Board Vice Chair's decision on the application by Vancouver Shipyards. The Vice Chair dismissed the employer's application.