You spend a good portion of your adult life working and, aside from your health and family, your job is probably the most important concern you have. You have the right to a degree of job satisfaction in our career and a right to a decent wage and working conditions. If you don't have those, or if you would like to protect the wages and conditions you currently enjoy, consider whether membership in the IBEW might benefit you.
The IBEW has the resources and trained staff to do the job of representing workers in negotiations, safety, grievances, arbitrations, workers compensation, labour legislation and all other areas of labour relations.
The IBEW is a voice for working people throughout North America. In Canada, the IBEW is a member of the Canadian Federation of Labour. In Nova Scotia, IBEW Local 1928 is a member of the Nova Scotia Federation of Labour and our Business Manager James Sponagle is a General Vice President on its executive council.