Fortis Bc Collective Agreement

FortisBC is a regulated distribution company focused on providing safe and reliable energy, including natural gas, electricity, propane and heat solutions. FortisBC employs more than 2300 British Columbia and serves approximately 1.1 million customers in more than 135 B.C communities. FortisBC is indirectly wholly owned by Fortis Inc., Canada`s largest investor distribution company. FortisBC owns and operates four regulated hydroelectric plants, approximately 7,000 kilometres of transmission and distribution pipelines and approximately 47,000 kilometres of natural gas transmission and distribution pipelines. FortisBC Inc., FortisBC Energy Inc., FortisBC Energy (Vancouver Island) Inc. and FortisBC Energy (Whistler) Inc. are present as FortisBC. The shares of Fortis Inc. are listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange and are traded under the symbol FTS. For more information, see www.fortisinc.com or www.sedar.com. SURREY, BEFORE CHRIST, NO.

9. July, July 2012 /CNW/ – FortisBC has entered into an employment contract with the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW), the union representing the company`s 550 natural gas employees. The new collective agreement expires on March 31, 2015. MEDIA CONTACT: Joyce Wagenaar Director, FortisBC Communications Phone: 604-785-8946 Email: [email protected] fortisbc.com twitter.com/fortisBC youtube.com/fortisBC FortisBC is pleased to have entered into this agreement to ensure safety and stability for its employees and gas customers. FortisBC Inc. (formerly known as West Kootenay Power) produces and distributes electricity to households and businesses in South Central British Columbia. FortisBC is taking an important step towards the implementation of hydrogen in. FortisBC Inc.`s entry into the B.C. began with the purchase of Aquila Networks Canada in 2004. Aquila had bought West Kootenay Power.

FortisBC twice offers renovators the reason to invest in. They offer fault repairs and emergency measures, build, maintain and equip power lines and installations and install and read meters. IBEW 213 represents FortisBC staff, who are primarily active in the distribution and transportation of gas, including functions such as installations, emergency measures, as well as the repair and maintenance of the pipeline system. Cost of natural gas rate changes to fortisBC customers. MoveUP has been representing employees at Fortis (West Kootenay Power) since 1980. . . .