Manitoba Hydro is requesting a 5% electricity rate increase due to the impact of the ongoing drought on the Corporation’s finances.
Articles published in November 2021
Manitoba Hydro seeks five per cent rate increase effective Jan. 1
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.