Electricity Human Resources Canada (EHRC) is Canada’s most trusted source of objective human resources information in the electricity sector. We invite all industry stakeholders to join us in keeping the lights on in Canada.

Why become an EHRC member?

  • Be a Leader: demonstrate your commitment to our vision that a resilient, competitive Canadian electricity sector is built by the strength of its workforce.
  • Be Engaged: support collaborative efforts to ensure that our industry has the skilled workforce it needs to keep the lights on in Canada.
  • Be Informed: access our cutting-edge, industry-validated tools and resources for workforce planning and development. Members in all areas of the sector can also participate in project steering committees to engage more deeply.
  • Be Heard: join the conversation at our national, regional, and members-only roundtables to discuss concerns, inform our programming, and strengthen our sector’s voice.
  • Be Seen: amplify your brand through our channels to reach a diverse audience of employers, jobseekers, students, graduates and internationally educated professionals. Members receive discounts, and branding and speaking opportunities at a variety of EHRC events and collaborations.

Member Benefits

Electricity Human Resources Canada (EHRC) exists to support the electricity sector and all its stakeholders, but EHRC exists because of its members. In return for their support, EHRC provides its members with a number of benefits:

  • One-Year Members: Members who commit for one year get listed on our member page, a profile on our channels, a special rate for our events, free access to our webinars, invitations to participate in research and consultations, and a 50% discount on all Labour Market Information (LMI) Research Reports.
  • Three-Year Members: On top of all the benefits available to one-year members, committing for three years gets the first options for sponsorship opportunities, recognition at EHRC Events and Awards Gala, free access to research, webinars, and other resources.

Member Perks

In addition to resources, programming and support, EHRC members can access a wide range of perks to support employee happiness and improving HR capacity.

Explore Member Perks

Become a Member

Categories One Year Three Year (25% off)
Industry Employers & Associations Large (>500 employees) $6,300 $14,175
Medium (101-500 employees) $4,200 $9,450
Small (up to 100 employees) $2,100 $4,725
Labour Organizations Large (>500 employees) $6,300 $14,175
Medium (101-500 employees) $2,100 $4,725
Small (up to 100 employees) $1,575 $3,544
Educational Institutions, Government, & NGOs $1,575 $3,544

Join other leaders across Canada in becoming an EHRC member to access best-in-class resources and make sure your workforce stays safety-focused, highly skilled, diverse and productive.

Become a Member

Get in Touch

If you’d like to know more about membership, partnership, and the ways you can collaborate with EHRC, contact Marie Mould, Manager of Stakeholder Engagement at or 613.235.5540, extension 222.


Nirav Patel, Vice President Human Resources at Ontario Power Generation

EHRC provides the electricity sector with dedicated support on a host of people related matters to help us move forward. Together with EHRC, the industry is able to collaborate on shared challenges, develop proven HR strategies and advance the attractiveness of our sector to a future of new electricity workers. We have so many opportunities to grow and contribute towards Canada’s energy transition! EHRC enables us to take a coordinated and thoughtful approach to remain focused and connected on what matters most – our people!

– Nirav Patel


Silvia Richards, Director of Human Resources, Solvest Inc. 

EHRC’s industry leading resources are a go to for me as I am new to the renewable energy industry. They are always happy to help / support and answer any questions I may have. I am very much looking forward to more roundtables and working within the competency framework this year!

– Silvia Richards


Patrick LeClair, Director of Business Development, Skills Canada

Skills Canada is proud to support EHRC and the meaningful work they do. The future is bright with EHRC helping to address the needs of the electricity and renewable energy sector in Canada.

– Patrick LeClair


Jeremy Johnston-Kaye, Communications Officer, Society of United Professionals

Electricity HR Canada’s Labour Market Intelligence reports provide valuable information about the electricity labour market and where gaps may exist within the sector. For a union such as ours, these reports provide valuable benchmarking, and third-party validation, as we arbitrate our members’ Collective Agreements with our employers.

Additionally, we see a great deal of value in EHRC’s Leadership Accord on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. By encouraging organizations to make a measurable commitment to diverse, equitable and inclusive workplaces, EHRC is helping lead the way to increasing representation in our workplaces and in the electricity sector.

– Jeremy Johnston-Kaye

Our Members

Hydro Ottawa
Society of united professionals
Power worker's union
Ontario Power Generation
Hydro One
Bruce Power
Burlington Hydro
Georgian College
S&C Electric Company
Canadian Union of Skilled Workers
Nalcor Energy
Skills Canada
University of Waterloo
Loyalist College
Electrical Safety Authority
Nova Scotia Power
Thompson Rivers University
Essex Powerlines
Solvest Inc.
Synergy North