Employment & Training
Manitoba Hydro has no direct responsibility for hiring for the Keeyask Project. Specific agencies are designated to handle employment for the Keeyask Infrastructure Project. Agencies will also be assigned to the Keeyask Generation Project, should it receive regulatory approvals.
Individuals seeking employment MUST use the Keeyask Job Referral Service (JRS) set up by the provincial government’s Entrepreneurship, Training and Trade (ETT) Branch. To keep your registration active, you must renew with the JRS every 6 months.
Applicants can register for work in person, by mail, by fax, with any one of Employment Manitoba's 17 centres across the province, or with an authorized registration agency in your community. Information on jobs, training, and how to sign up for work on the Keeyask Project is available from several sources:
- Employment Manitoba
In Winnipeg: 204-945-0575
- Thompson Employment and Training Services Centre
- Manitoba Apprenticeship Branch
In Winnipeg: 204-945-3337