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2019 IBEW Golf Tournament

The 2019 IBEW Annual Golf Tournament was another success and raised $2400 for the Kamloops Food Bank & Outreach Society. IBEW 993 would like to thank all of the kind donations of the following sponsors: D.A. Townley E. B. Horseman & Son Electronics Unlimited The Delta Kamloops F&M Installations Harrison Industrial IBEW LU 213 IBEW

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Bargaining Concludes

The Inside Wiremens negotiations for the 2019 to 2023 contract have concluded with a imposed settlement from the Labour Relation Board. all information can be found  at Further questions can be emailed to Glen Hilton at

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News Brief: 2019 Construction and Maintenance Recap – Final Thoughts

This year’s C&M conference had rousing speeches, recognition of those who rose above the call, invaluable workshops, and an opportunity to engage with leadership on important topics. Director of Construction and Maintenance Department Mike Richard had some thoughts about just how special it is to be an organization like the IBEW. He said the construction department alone is

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News Brief: 2019 Construction and Maintenance – Breakout Sessions

Under the bright lights, on the big stage is usually where the headliners play, and at the IBEWConstruction and Maintenance conference that’s true as well. The two conference workshop sessions are where attendees learn new ways of doing business. This year, members came together to learn about new programs within the industry, reflected on organizing efforts,

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News Brief: 2019 Construction and Maintenance Recap – General Session

Every year as the cherry blossoms bloom in the Monument Park scattered across Washington D.C., so too are the bright lights shining on the IBEW’s annual Construction and Maintenance conference. This year, business managers, representatives, and rank and file members from across North America gathered to focus on how to construct a better future. Read

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Congratulations to the Graduating Class of the Women in Trades Training at TRU

Congratulations to the 16 Women graduating from the Women in Trades Training program at TRU These 16 women have just completed a13 week exploratory course covering the following trades:  Electrical, Welding, Construction Craft Worker Power Engineering, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Mechanic, Automotive Technician Instrumentation Technician, Carpentry Piping, Culinary Arts, Heavy Duty Mechanics Essential Skills, Industrial

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CLC/UWCC Post-Secondary Scholarship

The Canadian Labour Congress (CLC) Young Workers Program and the United Way Centraide Canada (UWCC) are pleased to present the annual CLC/UWCC Post-Secondary Scholarship. The CLC and the UWCC are long-time partners in taking action to create prosperous, inclusive, diverse and respectful communities, safer workplaces, and a fairer Canada for working people. Two years ago, we

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