ONTARIO'S FUTURE IS ELECTRIC

ONTARIO'S FUTURE IS ELECTRIC

ONTARIO'S FUTURE IS ELECTRIC

AND LOCAL 353 IS THERE!

AND LOCAL 353 IS THERE!

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Politics in Canada: You have more power than you think
Queen’s Park Bill 70, Schedule 17 Rally, November 2017

YOUR VOTE IS YOUR VOICE; LET THEM HEAR YOU As citizens of a democratic nation, we have the power to create real change in our politics and in our communities that we build, service and live in. With an increasingly volatile political environment and a federal election fast approaching, now is a great time to […]

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Beyond electrical: Practising excellence at work

While most can agree that electrical workers are vital to keeping our cities running, few are aware of what it takes to get there. Alisha Kelloway is a second-term apprentice with IBEW Local 353 and a perfect example of what it really means to be an IBEW member. Committed to both her craft and her […]

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Wired for Success in the Trades

DEVELOPMENT AND INNOVATION Sisters of IBEW Local 353 share their stories of thriving in the industry through a strong network of support systems for women. Despite the dated gender stereotypes that exist about the industry, women are increasingly breaking into the skilled trades and proving that they have what it takes to create successful and promising […]

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WOMEN IN POWER

Header Photo: Back left to right: Sarah Martin, Lawren Densmore, Shynade Henry, Joanne Ward, Helen Bell, Karen Papatheodorou. Front left to right: Kailee MacIsaac, Kristy Godfrey, Martine Sevigny-Lamont, Diana Simpson, Kate Martin While the skilled trades were once largely a male-dominated industry, recent numbers are showing an alternative trend. With more women stepping in and enjoying the […]

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Electricity is the essential ingredient in almost every aspect of modern life. It has to be safe and reliable, now and for the future.

That’s why the ECAO/IBEW team is the trusted source for electrical work that is critical in hospitals, schools, businesses, and transportation networks.

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