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VIDEO: "The top electrical safety people in the world" attend IEEE's ESW
"The top electrical safety people in the world" attend IEEE's ESW, explained Hugh Hoagland, chair of the 2015 IEEE IAS Electrical Safety Workshop, as he noted organizers go above and beyond to present experts who are on the leading edge of electrical safety thinking. WATCH...


Focus on employee experience
Canadian employers are not differentiating pay based on performance and may be underestimating how much employees value non-monetary factors. READ...

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PHOTOS: Scenes from 2nd Annual Electric Elle Golf
Founded just a year ago, the Electric Elle golf tournament continues to grow in numbers, attracting women of all ages who work in all areas of the electrical industry for 9+3 holes of Best Ball, followed by dinner and awards. SEE...

BuildForce Canada recognizes National Tradesmen Day 2014
"Today is a great opportunity to show our appreciation for those who've made construction their life's work, and to welcome a new generation," said Rosemary Sparks, executive director of BuildForce Canada, in recognition of National Tradesmen Day. READ...

Apprentices to enjoy seamless mobility between B.C. and N.B.
Apprentices in British Columbia and New Brunswick will now be able to seamlessly work in either province, thanks to a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed by the premiers of both provinces. READ...


Altec celebrates 85 years with ribbon-cutting at renovated facility
Altec highlighted the celebration of 85 years with a commemorative event, which included a formal ribbon cutting at the company's original facility in Alabama. READ...

Hydro One is making itself "less attractive"... to thieves!
About $2-million worth of copper is stolen from Hydro One annually, says the utility, which is why it is embarking upon a plan that will see the use of composite groundings with "no scrap metal value". READ...

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Canadian Airports National Electrical Workshop (CANEW) - September 29-October 3, Regina, Sask.

Energy Into Action - October 1, Mississauga, Ont..

World Energy Engineering Congress (WEEC) - Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) - October 1-3, Washington, D.C.

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