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Comfort Case Created and Delivered

Through donations from IBEW 993 members, friends, families, signatory contractors and the affiliates of IBEW LU 993 the IBEW 993 Women’s Committee were able to create 64 Comfort Cases for sexual assault victims. The Comfort Cases were delivered to communities in Northern BC located in IBEW LU 993 jurisdiction just before International Women’s Day March

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Shoe Memorial Shoe Donations from Brush Strokes of Kamloops

A huge thank you to the Ladies from Brush Strokes Kamloops who stopped by IBEW LU 993 to drop off shoes that they have artfully hand-painted for the Shoe Memorial/Red Dress Ceremony that the IBEW 993 Women’s Committee is helping to organize alongside the Kamloops and District Labour Council. The Shoe Memorial will be held

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Remembrance Day in Kamloops

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 –

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Shoe Memorial and Red Dress Memorial

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

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Unit II Meeting in Kamloops Swearing in of New Members

Unit II meeting and BBQ in Kamloops on October 3rd  Swearing in of 9 new members, an update on the Kamloops Hospital Patient Tower given by Eric Chambers IBEW LU 230 and Cody Pedderson from IBEW LU 213 were just a few items of business addressed.  Welcome new members Justin Hues, Luke Ross, Dane McDonald,

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Take Back the Night Kamloops

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.  

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