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We welcome you to become a Member of our Union, Local 258 IBEW

If you and your co-workers need more information about the benefits of Union membership with Local 258 IBEW in your workplace, please email your confidential inquiry to Brother Rob Munro, or Sister Dayna Gill, our Local 258 IBEW Organizers. You can also contact Local 258 IBEW by phone at 604-520-3305 or toll free 1-877-520-3305 and ask to speak with Brother Rob Munro or Sister Dayna Gill.


How to apply to become a member of Local 258 of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (current July, 2020):

  1. Download and print the IBEW Application for Membership form.
  2. Complete and sign the member application form. All applications submitted to the Local 258 IBEW office must be accompanied by payment of the Initiation Fee + a minimum of three months of "unemployed dues" - see below.

To submit your application by e-mail:

You can scan and email a pdf of your completed and signed application form to info@ibew258.bc.ca. Please note payment is required and you can phone in to the Local 258 IBEW Union office during regular business hours with your Visa, Mastercard or Debit card information. We are now accepting e-transfer payments and ask you to call the Union office for further details at 604-520-3305 or toll-free at 1-877-520-3305.
DO NOT SEND CREDIT CARD INFORMATION BY EMAIL - PLEASE PHONE THE OFFICE.

To submit by postal mail:

Your completed and signed application form must be accompanied by a cheque, made out to Local 258 IBEW, for amount due

Mailing address:

Local 258 IBEW
Suite #140 - 8029 199 Street
Langley, BC  V2Y 0E2

In Person:

You can personally deliver your completed and signed IBEW Member Application form by visiting the Local 258 IBEW office. Payment can be made with your Visa, Mastercard or Debit card, or by cheque made out to Local 258 IBEW.


IBEW Member Application Fee:

Payment of $71.50 (for your initiation fee + 3 months unemployed dues (BA membership)) is required to be included with your completed and signed application form.

Payment options include: credit card or debit Visa payment by phone - call the Local 258 IBEW Union Hall at 604-520-3305 or toll free 1-877-520-3305 (Monday to Friday 9 am to 3 pm); if you are coming into the Union Hall to make a payment in person, you can pay by Visa, Mastercard or Debit. 

DO NOT SEND CREDIT CARD INFORMATION BY EMAIL - PLEASE PHONE THE UNION OFFICE WITH CREDIT CARD INFORMATION OR TO ARRANGE AN E-TRANSFER AT 604-520-3305 or toll-free 1-877-520-3305.

Please note:

Unemployed dues for "A" members are $39.50/month (current 2020); 3 months = $118.50
Unemployed dues for "BA" members are $20.50/month (current 2020); 3 months = $61.50


Once your Application for Membership and accompanying payment is received, your application will be reviewed by the Local 258 IBEW Executive Board at its monthly meeting and will then be processed. If your application is approved, you will be notified by postal mail with a Welcome letter and an IBEW membership card that will include your IBEW membership number. As an active Local 258 IBEW member, we recommend you register for access to your password-protected Union website.


If you have are intending to get signed up for Dispatch Opportunities, or need more information about work options, initiation and apprenticeships, please contact Brother Noel Johnston, Local 258 IBEW Dispatcher, at 604-524-3547, toll-free 1-877-520-3305, email dispatch@ibew258.bc.ca.

The Dispatch office is open Monday to Friday (excluding holidays) from 7:00 am to 2:30 pm. After hours, please leave a message with your name and phone number on the answering machine.


Jun 12, 2020
The information below shows the steps that Journeymen Power Line Technicians (PLTs) from outside of British Columbia need to follow to be eligible for dispatch by the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Local 258 office for work with BC Hydro or with one of the Union’s signatory Private Power Line Contractors.


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