In Canada’s Election, a Call to Avoid ‘All-Out War on Unions’


When the Liberal Party took power in Canada in 2015 , the IBEW and working families gained access to halls of power on Parliament Hill that hadn’t existed in the previous four years of Conservative rule and five years of coalition government before that.


$200M Agreement Brings Jobs, Stability in Pennsylvania


Steady and plentiful work is on the horizon for members of Chester, Pa., Local 654, thanks to a newly announced, multimillion-dollar project labor agreement covering the ongoing revitalization of the Marcus Hook Industrial Complex in suburban Philadelphia.


‘Rite’ Strategy Leads to Steady Work for New Jersey Local


For decades, Jersey City, N.J., Local 164 electricians were among the hundreds of union tradespeople who built nearly two dozen ShopRite grocery stores in New Jersey and New York.


Clock Ticking on Bill to Preserve Nuclear Jobs in Ohio


Hundreds of IBEW jobs in Ohio could be in serious jeopardy if the state’s Legislature fails to pass a bill to keep two nuclear plants open.


The Future of Organizing: New Technology Builds on the Tried and True


The future of organizing is here, IBEW leaders say, and new tools and technology will play a key role in recruiting the next generation to meet the needs of a growing electrical industry.


Protecting Ontario Apprenticeship Training

You can't cut corners when it comes to skilled apprenticeship training. When a new Ontario government thought it could do just that, the IBEW got mobilized. See how.