IBEW SYSTEM COUNCIL NO. 11
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers union dues pay for many services including protecting our health and safety.
For all union services contact your Local Representative. They can help you with questions about the union, work assignments, benefits, the collective agreement, your pension and more.
For union services the first stop is your Local Representative.
PROTECTING SIGNALS AND COMMUNICATIONS EMPLOYEES
IBEW System Council No. 11 has a long and proud history. Our union is dedicated to protecting union members. The resources of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, two full-time General Chairmen, one hundred local union officers and an engaged membership provide the protection.
Our union represents over 1,400 railroad signals and communications employees of Canadian National Railway, Canadian Pacific Railway, Toronto Terminals Railway, X-Rail, SIEMENS, Ottawa Valley Railway, and the St. Lawrence Atlantic Railroad.
IBEW System Council No. 11
Our union is a democratic organization. Members elect our leaders and decide on union policies.
With your support and participation our union will continue to protect your rights on the job and win the best wage and benefit packages possible.
To find out how you can get involved with the union please contact your Local Representative.
PLEDGE TO CANADIANS
IBEW System Council No. 11 union members take care of important parts of Canada’s railroad safety systems. Our members are responsible for the operations of level crossing signals and the systems guiding speeding commuter trains — West Coast Express, GO and RTM — as well as Via Rail trains. IBEW System Council No. 11 members are committed to the public’s safety.
UNION STATION TORONTO
IBEW MEMBERS AT WORK
Union is the busiest passenger rail station in Canada. Tens of thousands of people travel to and through Toronto’s Union Station every day.
All GO Train, Via Rail and Amtrak train movements are directed by IBEW System Council No. 11 union members. For our members passenger safety is the first priority.