Spearheaded by Manitoba Hydro’s Professional Engineers Association (MHPEA), engineers from around the corporation recently took a vacation day to join forces on a team build for Habitat for Humanity. Check out our YouTube video to see how they helped build a new life for families in need.
Articles published in 2021
Some of our engineers recently raised a roof on their vacation day
Natural gas flowing again on pipeline damaged earlier in week
A natural gas pipeline in western Manitoba damaged Tuesday when punctured by an excavator was put back into full service shortly after noon today.
Natural gas pipeline damaged in western Manitoba
An excavator that came into contact with a natural gas pipeline in western Manitoba today caused Manitoba Hydro to shut off the flow of gas into its distribution system in the Parkland region of the province.
Helping keep farmers safe through a winning relationship
KAP and Manitoba Hydro collaborate to help reduce the number of contacts between farm equipment and electrical infrastructure.
Keep your furnace running safely
It’s time to do those important fall maintenance tasks and ensure your home heating system operates at peak efficiency during colder weather. Learn how to keep your furnace operating safely with regular maintenance and a few safety tips.
Please don’t make our work more dangerous
Keep hydro poles clear of signs and attachments. Line workers need adequate space for safe and proper use of their hands, feet, pole belt, and tools. Our crews can remove any attachment at any time if it compromises their safety and safety of the public.
Manitoba Hydro releases 2020-21 Annual Report showing consolidated net income of $119 million
Manitoba Hydro released its annual report today showing a total consolidated net income of $119 million for the fiscal year ended March 31, 2021, an increase of $20 million compared to the previous year.
Offices closed September 30 for new national holiday
All Manitoba Hydro offices will be closed on September 30, in recognition of the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.
Honeybees swarm switch in Rosser Station
A construction crew went to test breakers at Rosser Station and came across a huge swarm of honeybees making a home in the station.
Don’t be fooled – watch out for scammers
Don’t fall for scammers. Learn how to check if a Manitoba Hydro bill notification is real.