It’s important to know how to recognize the warning signs of a natural gas leak and take the necessary steps to ensure safety.
Articles published in February 2021
Recognizing natural gas leaks — does your nose know?
Keeyask Generating Station produces first electricity for Manitoba grid
The first unit at the Keeyask Generating Station went into commercial service Tuesday, adding another source of clean, renewable electricity to Manitoba Hydro’s energy supply.
Manitoba Hydro reorganizes subsidiary
Manitoba Hydro announced today the reorganization of its subsidiary Manitoba Hydro International (MHI). The reorganization follows an independent review of MHI operations and helps ensure the subsidiary’s business aligns with Strategy 2040, Manitoba Hydro’s long-term strategic plan – developed to enhance the focus on the utility’s core business of delivering clean, affordable and reliable energy to Manitobans.
For a guy who couldn’t grow a beard, his sure has become a monkey maker
This happy tale (or tail in this case!) has grown to epic proportions. Find out how Tom’s beard grew to be worth over $10,000.
Visit from some little green guys makes for an exciting day at Keeyask
It’s not abnormal for us to deal with wildlife calls – but they’re usually about relocating foxes or bears.
Ice safety tips
Before you venture out on the ice, check the weather and avoid going on the ice on warm or stormy days. Measure clear hard ice in several places.
LED street light update
About 97% of all street lights from Emerson to Churchill are now LED – that’s approximately 130,000 lights with about 75,000 in Winnipeg.
Make safety a priority in the new year
While many of us continue to work or take online courses from home for the time being, now is a good time to take a moment to keep your home as safe as possible.