Alison Klie and Mollie Routledge presenting the donation cheque for $829.20 to the Kamloops Food Bank. Funds were raised from the burgers and hot dogs sold at the 2018 Labour Day Picnic in Kamloops.Read News
It is with deep regret and frustration that I must infom you that the First District Office was notified last evening that the United States Department of Labor has denied the application for the H2B Visas for the Plant Vogtle project by Bechtel Corporation.
Lawyers for Bechtel are determining the feasibility of an appeal, we will keep you informed as more details become available.
International Vice President
We are pleased to announce the winners of the second $5,000 draw and the final Grand Prize draw; both tickets were drawn at the All Canada Progress Meeting (ACPM) banquet in Moncton, NB by the IBEW International President Lonnie Stephenson.
The winners are as follows:
The winner of the second $5,000 draw, holding ticket #0379 is:
SYLVAIN PARENTEAU, Local Union 2228 – Ottawa, ON
The FINAL Grand Prize draw, holding ticket #0087 for a 2018 Harley – Davidson Road King FLHR is:
MARK DEGAGNE, Local Union 2058 – Thunder Bay, ON
Early Bird Cash Prize for $5,000 winner (ticket #0270)
drawn May 24th, 2018 at the 30th Annual IBEW/MS Charity Golf Tournament:
DAVE PISCIOTTO, Local Union 636 – Toronto, ON
Congratulations to Brothers Pisciotto, Parenteau and DeGagne !!!
A big THANK YOU to everyone who purchased and/or helped sell tickets for making these draws a resounding success.Read News
Alison Klie and Mollie Routledge attending Driving WinTech a Community Conversation with regards to gender equality, mentoring and continued education. This event was held across Canada to study the diversity in the Tech Industry.Read News
IBEW Local 993 has received an inquiry from the First District regarding how many members would be interested in going to work in the state of Georgia, USA as a Journeyman Electrician or a Journeyman Electrician/Welder. Working from October 2018 to September 2019. The call is a full-time, onetime occurrence position for a total of 350 Journeyman wireman and 150 Journeyman Electrician/Welder to complete 2 nuclear units. The first district will be dividing the calls among all the locals across Canada. An Email has been sent out on July 18, 2018, to all IBEW Local 993 members with job details. The number of members interested in the job offer must be back to the IBEW 1st District office before August 1st, 2018.
If you are interested in this job opportunity please advise me.
Mollie Routledge RSE
Business Development and Research
IBEW 993 Dispatch
Direct Line To Business Development: 778-470-5514
Office Phone: 250-376-8755
873 Desmond Street, Kamloops BC, V2B 5K3