Unions of the Canadian Labour Congress have launched a new campaign called "A Better Plan for All" to raise awareness about the need for a universal expansion of the Canada Pension Plan (CPP). Please check out our new commercial that is currently running on Canadian television and please take the time to read and send an email to the Premier and Finance Minister. It will only take a minute...
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Energy East will benefit IBEW 502 members.
Here's how you can show your support right now!
Here’s how you can help right now.
Attention All IBEW 502 Apprentices
Apprenticeship Incentive Program
Apprenticeship Tuition RebateCanada
Apprentice Loan ProgramNew Brunswick Apprenticeship Incentive Grant (AIG)
New Brunswick Apprenticeship Completion Grant (ACG)
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Effective January 1, 2016
All members are required to pay their per capita and basic dues
directly to Local 502. Members working Market Recovery will pay their dues
directly to Local 502 as well.
Not working and not on list
Not working / Travelling and on out of work list
Market Recovery ---Journeyman
Market Recovery---- Apprentice
Dues can be paid:
·At the Union hall
·At Any Bayview Credit Union (it is a registered bill).
·On line through Bayview Union (it is a registered bill).
NOTE: Your account number is your dues receipt number.
Upcoming Courses at the IBEW 502 Training Center
Please call the Training Line to Register
1 888 286 1177 select 2 for Training
Please register early as these courses fill up fast
Please show up but if you have to cancel...
...Please call Pat and let him know so another can take the course
For work history:
next ask for your History of Employment Record,
Call: 1-800-277-9914, Press menu #7 then press 0 for a person,
They will want from you: Your full name, you’re mailing address, your phone number and
Your Social Insurance Number.
Contributor Information Management
Canada Pension Plan
Po Box 9750
Postal Station "T"
and ask for your "History of Employment Record" include;
your full name, you’re mailing address, your phone number and
Your Social Insurance Number.
Many Locals across Canada have generously provided employment opportunities to Local 502 members.
424 Edmonton, Alberta
993 Kamloops, British Columbia
2038 Regina, Saskatchewan
529 Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
2166 Fredericton, NB
1555 Moncton, NB
2330 St Johns, Newfoundland
105 Hamilton, Ontario
402 Thunder Bay, Ontario
Any members interested in traveling for work please call the job-line
______________________________________________________________________________Please be advised that Local 502 has entered into a preferred provider agreement with Allstate Insurance.
If you are looking for Insurance please contact a local Allstate representative and tell them you are an
IBEW Local 502 member for a preferred rate. If you are currently an Allstate customer please contact
your agent for a rate reduction.
If you, a member of your family or one of your Union Brothers or Sisters needs help please contact
IBEW EAP Resource Agent Chris Armstrong at 333-4874 or 696-7379 or Jean Marc Ringuette,
Dave Stephen or Mary Beth Heighten at 635-8535.
Employment Insurance Appeal
If you have been denied EI benefits for any reason you should appeal,
please contact Worker Appeal Services at the following;
26 Kiwanis Court
Saint John NB
|Site Location||IBEW Local 50 Union Hall|
|Primary Contact||Bob Shalala, Executive Director|
IMPORTANT MESSAGE TO ALL MEMBERS
JOB / TRAINING LINE# 1 888 286 1177
"Anywhere in North America"
Best to use a land line outside of Canada
Enter 1 for Jobs, 2 for Training
"The JOBLINE only works after 4:30pm and shuts off at 8am"