Follow these tips to keep your outdoor gas fire pit burning free of hazards.
Articles published in 2021
The West Central Women’s Resource Centre, is one local organization we’re sharing sage grown at Manitoba Hydro, in response to a shortage of traditional plants. We have more available to share.
Crews continue today to expedite restoration of electrical service to the communities of Little Grand Rapids and Pauingassi. Forest fires damaged approximately 100 poles on the line serving the communities, resulting in an extended power outage for approximately 1,500 residents.
A new transmission line from south Winnipeg to the RM of Hanover (southeast of the city) was put into service late last year and now serves one of the fastest growing areas of Manitoba.
Your electronics and appliances can be vulnerable to outages. Protect them from possible damage.
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed many things for many people. For some customers, paying their monthly energy bill has become a challenge. If you are having trouble paying your bill, you could be eligible for a payment arrangement to help ease the burden.
As extremely dry conditions increase the risk of wildfires, the province needed more bodies on the ground. Emergency Response Crews from Manitoba Hydro are answering the call.
What you plant today can become a hazard tomorrow. Shrubs and trees planted near or under power lines or over natural gas lines can cause outages or damage equipment. Contact Click Before You Dig to know what’s below before you start planting.
Mervin’s volunteerism as Patrol Leader for the Junior Canadian Rangers is appreciated by his local community in Gillam who nominated him as an Honour 150 recipient.
Manitoba Hydro President & CEO, Jay Grewal was part of a panel discussion on June 15, for the presentation by the U.S.-based Centre for Climate and Energy Solutions think tank of their new white paper, Clean Connection: Canadian and U.S. Electricity.