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IBEW Canada Photo Contest for International Women’s Day 2024 – Electrical Workers Local 993

IBEW Canada Photo Contest for International Women’s Day 2024 – Electrical Workers Local 993


Posted on February 26, 2024 3:52 pm

International Women’s Day, Friday, March 08, 2024, is a globally recognized occasion that serves to highlight the achievements and challenges faced by women worldwide. It presents an opportunity for us as a leading labour union to showcase our commitment to gender equality and diversity.

To mark this important day, IBEW First District is organizing a nation-wide photo contest centered around the theme of “Women in IBEW Canada”. The contest is inviting members, specifically our Brothers, to submit photographs capturing moments that celebrate the accomplishments, resilience, and diversity of women within our union. Participants are encouraged to showcase the various roles women hold across different sectors, their leadership capabilities, and their impact on our union’s success.

The contest is open to all active and retired IBEW Canada members, men and women alike. Photos must have a “Women in IBEW Canada” theme, with IBEW members at work, engaged in a union-related activity or featuring subjects conveying images of the electrical industry or the union.

To enter Canadian members should visit: IBEW Canada Photo Contest to register. There is a five (5) photo limit, and a copy of the Photo Contest Rules/Guidelines has been attached for your referral and should be reviewed before submissions are placed.

Up to ten (10) finalists will be selected for final judging by a diverse panel of judges who will evaluate the submissions based on creativity, relevance to the theme, and visual impact.

The finalists and winners will be featured on the IBEW Canada website and on all our social media platforms. The deadline for submissions is Tuesday, March 05, 2024 at 5:00 PM PST.

Please contact the First District at [email protected] or 905-564-5441 with additional questions

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