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PHOTOS: Scenes from Work Truck Show 2014
EBMag has just returned from the National Truck Equipment Association’s (NTEA’s) annual Work Truck Show and what a show it was! We visited dozens of industry heavyweights who showed off the latest in truck accessories, chassis updates, new vehicle storage solutions and more on the bustling show floor. SEE..

Langley copper heist begs question: “What the [expletive] were they thinking?”
The RCMP and a BC Hydro crew investigated a copper wire heist—looking more like a war zone—that involved two powerline poles being chopped down, and three attached electrical transformers being opened and their contents stolen, along with the connecting cables. READ...

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Apprenticeship training hero sought for Darryl Cruickshank Award
The Canadian Council of Directors of Apprenticeship (CCDA)—the folks behind the Interprovincial Standards Red Seal Program—has opened the nominations for the third biennial Darryl Cruickshank Memorial Award. READ...

Contractors better at counterfeit awareness but not as good at reporting
Eaton and Independent Electrical Contractors (IEC) say results from a joint survey validates the importance of educational campaigns focusing on the dangers and prevalence of counterfeit electrical products, but reveals more work is needed. READ...

MEET 2014

Lights out for LED Lighting Division within Toshiba TIC
When you visit Toshiba Lighting online, you will see a message that notes Toshiba has implemented a restructuring of its international lighting businesses, and will discontinue operations of its LED Lighting Division at the end of this month. READ...

Selling skilled trades to Grades 6 and 7 at Kwantlen Polytechnic
Future electricians, plumbers, welders, carpenters and automotive technicians who are still in elementary school had their first look at a rewarding career in the trades, when some these Grade 6 and 7 students went on a unique field trip to Kwantlen Polytechnic University’ trades and technology campus (KPU Tech). READ...


OCS Barometer shows Ontario contractors encouraged by 2014 prospects
Prospects are bullish for Ontario’s industrial, commercial and institutional construction sector, according to a survey commissioned by the Ontario Construction Secretariat. READ...

Nova Scotia Power employees set new safety record in 2013
According to NS Power, its employees achieved their best-ever safety results in 2013. Congratulations! READ...

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LEDucation 8 - March 18-19, New York, N.Y.

AEL Learning Expo - Alberta Electrical League
- March 19, Edmonton, Alta.

6th Annual Energy Conference - Durham Strategic Energy Alliance - March 20, Ajax, Ont.

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