From left to right – Monte McNaughton (Minister of Labour, Training and Skills Development), Susanne Manikus (Journeyperson), James Barry (EST,…
Ontario’s Labour Minister Monte McNaughton is showing a commitment to learning more about the importance of high standards and training…
IBEW Local 105’s Ken Breau is a union electrician, a successful serial entrepreneur, and has raised over $170,000 for children’s causes to date.
In Dec 2018, IBEW Local 105 in Hamilton donated $2,000 to the United Way and warm clothing to the YMCA Men’s Residence.
From May 7-9, 2018, the Skills Ontario trades showcase promoted the electrical trade and other skilled trades to thousands of students across the province.
Originally chartered in January 1900, then rechartered on May 25 1928, IBEW Local 105 is 118 years old this year.…
If you couldn’t make this year’s tournament, we have all the results for you right here. Includes standings for all divisions and player awards.
February is Black History Month, and it’s a good time to reflect on how Black Canadians have contributed to the labour movement and to the electrical trade.
IBEW Local 105 is getting access to talented Canadian Armed Forces veterans through a program called Helmets to Hardhats.
There is a recent initiative in organizing blitzes throughout Ontario, spearheaded by James Barry, Executive Chairman of the IBEW CCO Organizing Department.