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From November 21st to the 24th Mike Van Hellemond and Darryl Schmidt attended the 2019 Provincial NDP convention. The convention serves to pass resolutions that will guide the direction of the party in the years ahead, create local strategies, allows members to meet and collaborate with other party members, and learn during development sessions.
This type of legislation will be coming to British Columbia if we elect a BC Liberal government in the next provincial election. They want to remove our ability to speak up for what is right but at the same time allow for big business to spread propaganda about your working conditions, your wages, and your
Terrace Remembrance Day Ceremony Parade starts from Safeway at 10:30 am then proceeds to Tillicum Theatre for ceremony. Parade to go to Cenotaph at 11:00 am for laying of wreaths. Meet at legion at 12:00 noon for socializing with dinner at 5pm Roast Chicken $15 per plate. Assistant Business Manager Lorne Fisher will be at
Remembrance Day Ceremony in Prince George will be held at the Prince George Conference and Civic Centre from 9 am to 2 pm. IBEW LU 993 will have a wreath laid to remember those who have given their lives for our country. Prince George Conference and Civic Centre Address: 808 Canada Games Way, Prince George
Please join us at Riverside Park in Kamloops for the Remembrance Day ceremony IBEW 993 will be laying a wreath. If you wish to attend the Kamloops Remembrance Day Ceremony we will be meeting behind the Cenotaph which is near the Band Shell. November 11, 2019 10:30 am Location: Riverside Park Program 10:45 am –
IBEW LU 993 Women’s Committee is working with the Kamloops and District Labour Council to host the Annual Shoe Memorial and Red Dress Memorial. The Women’s Committee is asking for assistance in collecting gently used women’s and children’s shoes for the memorial. Gently used shoes can be dropped off at any of the November unit
Members of IBEW LU 993 Women’s Committee Chandra Basil-Dugas. Alison Klie and Mollie Routledge showed their support at the Take Back the Night walk in Kamloops by walking in downtown Kamloops. Take Back The Night is a worldwide movement to stand against sexual violence, especially violence against women.
After Rob Fleming announced the $34.5 Million expansion to Valleyview high school, he stopped by for a little get together at McCracken Station Pub. We discussed a wide variety of topics, including the state of the Kamloops-North Thompson and Kamloops-South Thompson provincial ridings and their representation, and the possibility of bundling projects so they would