Application for building or structure moves I have read and accept the Terms and Conditions (PDF, 136 KB). This move will travel on a provincial highway, trunk highway, or road Yes No You must apply to Manitoba Infrastructure (MI) for a permit. MI application number Note: If you are moving on provincial roads, you must apply to Manitoba Infrastructure (MI) for a permit. Moving company (if applicable) Name Street address City, town, or municipality Province Manitoba Alberta British Columbia New Brunswick Newfoundland and Labrador Northwest Territories Nova Scotia Nunavut Ontario Prince Edward Island Quebec Saskatchewan Yukon Postal code Phone Fax Email Type of structure(s) Metal building Wood building Steel tank Machinery Other (specify) Loaded measurements metres feet Height Width Length Roofline orientation (flat, gable, cottage style, etc.) Move information Start location Choose the Customer Service Centre closest to the start location: choose one Arborg Ashern Brandon Dauphin Killarney Lac du Bonnet Morden Neepawa Portage la Prairie Russell Selkirk Steinbach Swan River The Pas Thompson Virden Winnipeg (City Centre) Winnipeg (Fort Garry) Winnipeg (St Boniface) If you are unsure of the Customer Service Centre, find it here. End location Describe the proposed route or upload a map below Proposed move date Note: Request may take up to 10 days to process. Start time A.M. P.M. Attach a map of the entire proposed route or describe the proposed route above PDF, DOC, DOCX, XLS, XLSX, CSV, TXT, RTF, JPG, BMP, GIF, or PNG format only. While Manitoba Hydro has taken all reasonable efforts to ensure the security of information in transit to Manitoba Hydro, it is not liable for any damages that may arise as the result of interception, loss, theft or other action or difficulty. After you complete a secure transaction, you should clear the browser cache. Information stored in the browser cache isn’t encrypted. By clearing it, you help to ensure that others can’t compromise your data.