Joint Benefits Advisory Committee

The Joint Benefits Advisory Committee (“JBAC”) is comprised of IBEW and NB Power representatives who oversee the ENERflex group benefits plan.

Committee Members:

Scot Hale
Chris Selman
Mike Porter
Aline Bourgoin
Ben Bradford


IBEW Local 37’s NextGen committee is dedicated to increasing union activism through education, engagement and leadership opportunities, and to equip young members with the tools to be the leaders of tomorrow.

Our younger members are the next generation. They are paramount to the growth and survival of our union. Full of new perspectives, ideas, and trends; younger members are one of the key drivers of change.

What is NextGen and why is it important?

NextGen is for IBEW members 35 years and younger who want to make an impact in the organized labour movement, and their community. This NextGen committee creates a space for the younger generation to get involved, network with peers, and have a voice in the future of their union.

Political Action Committee

The IBEW Local 37 Political Action Committee (PAC) works to bring attention to issues that matter most to our members, our union, and the labour movement. Because the decisions made by our elected officials impact all of us – at work, at home, and in our communities – political action is paramount to helping improve the lives of our members and their families.

Committee Members:

Dave Brown, President & PAC Co-Chair
Bernie Lynch, PAC Co-Chair
Chris Selman

If you’re interested in our PAC, please send an email to

Federal Elections – Voter Tools & Resources

Your vote is your voice at election time and we strongly encourage members to make their voices heard by getting out and voting. It’s not always easy to find the information you need to learn about the candidates, the issues, or the voting process. We hope that you’ll find these tools and resources helpful in navigating the upcoming election.

Voter Registration

  • Check if you’re registered to vote
  • Register to vote
  • Update your address

Voter Information ↗

  • Electoral District info
  • List of candidates
  • Where to Vote

Important Issues↗

  • Better Jobs
  • Disaster-Proof Canada
  • Strengthen Health Care

To ensure that Canadians can exercise their democratic right to vote, Elections Canada provides voters all of the information they need on where, when and the ways to register and vote. Click here to visit Elections Canada.

The Canadian Labour Congress (CLC) is an excellent source of information for voters to learn about important elections issues. The CLC is calling on workers to get involved in the federal election and make sure the voices of working people are heard loud and clear by the political parties. Click here for more information.