Manitoba Hydro Service person, Matt Haarsma received awards of commendation for his efforts to save the lives of a man and dog on Lake Lu.
Articles published in 2021
Matt’s training kicked in when emergency response was needed
12 Days of Safety
Follow these 12 days electrical and natural gas safety tips so you and your family are safe during the holidays.
Season’s Greetings from Manitoba Hydro
A holiday message from Manitoba Hydro’s President & CEO Jay Grewal.
Manitoba Hydro seeks five per cent rate increase effective Jan. 1
Manitoba Hydro is requesting a 5% electricity rate increase due to the impact of the ongoing drought on the Corporation’s finances.
Patrick Leask wins national coaching award from Aboriginal Sport Circle
By day, Patrick Leask is a Brandon Storekeeper. In his spare time, he runs Oji-Cree Softball — a sport initiative for Indigenous youth — and this year, he won a national coaching award for it.
Extreme drought forecast to hit Manitoba Hydro’s 2021–22 bottom line
Manitoba Hydro is forecasting a potential loss of between $190 million and $200 million for the current fiscal year.
Northern Boat Patrol’s efforts on island habitat will help gull populations flourish
Enhancements to bird nesting areas will create positive long-term environmental impacts.
The more you know about CO could save your life
Protect yourself against CO – an invisible, odourless, tasteless, and highly toxic gas created when fuels burn without enough oxygen.
What will tomorrow’s grid look like?
A new online survey encourages customers to share their thoughts and opinions as Manitoba Hydro prepares to develop a long-term road map for how the utility will continue to bring clean, reliable electricity and natural gas to you in the years to come.
Live line crew members suspend from helicopter to make repairs
Live line workers train to use a helicopter to access Manitoba Hydro’s electrical infrastructure.