Download, Share…Repeat: EFC’s ‘Powering a Changing World’ Video Series

March 6, 2018

The Canadian Electrical industry is at the forefront of innovation. Our products help society ‘power a changing world’ by creating new approaches to how electricity is used by Canadians at home, work and play.

This ingenuity has been our industry’s best-kept secret…until now! EFC has produced a series of short videos to showcase how our industry is current, imaginative and is set to change the evolution of electrical products—everything from smart technology in homes and offices—to artificial intelligence and automation that will advance manufacturing and distribution.

This series is part of EFC’s talent outreach initiatives to help attract and engage the next-generation of employees to this industry. EFC’s regions are already active with student outreach programs; this video will serve as a visual aid to showcase industry opportunities to students.


You too, can help extend this reach by:

  • Using the web buttons below to post the video(s) on your corporate sites
  • Sharing the video links on your social media feeds; and
  • Incorporating the videos into your workforce development and talent engagement initiatives

The call to action at the end of each video, is for viewers to seek out industry career opportunities. If you have open positions that you’d like to feature on our Industry Careers page, follow this link  (see instructions at the very top of the TalentNest page).

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