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Let Premier Kathleen Wynne or your MPP know that there must be proper debate of the proposed amendments to ensure we keep Ontario families and workers safe.
The Ontario College of Trades was formed less than 10 years ago, but after the release of the Tony Dean report, there may be changes on the horizon.
On October 28 – 30 IBEW’s under-35 members gathered in Mississauga to learn how to organize their fellow Millennials and ensure their concerns are heard. Speakers on workplace safety and IBEW history helped inspire, and interactive Q and A sessions and workshops allowed delegates to learn from each other.
Electrical worker and IBEW member Rob Morneau was killed at a work site on Thursday November 3, 2016. He was a devoted husband, father and was active in his community.
A recent report calls for changes to how the apprenticeship process works in Ontario. It’s essential to consult trades and employers before any changes are made, so that first-hand perspective on the process – and the essential hands-on nature of apprenticeships – aren’t lost.
The IBEW OPC 2018 tournament will be taking place in London, Ontario. To register, please contact Local 120 – and we’ll see you on the ice!
The IBEW CCO and the ECAO have hired a new business director for the JEPP program. Sherri Haigh has over 20 years’ experience in marketing and communications, and we’re looking forward to working with her.