Hydro employees delivered winter wear for those in need as part of the annual Koats for Kids campaign.
Articles published in 2023
Manitoba Hydro has replaced sections of damaged high-voltage cable beneath the Assiniboine River. The W9 River Crossing Replacement Project, which began just over a year ago, is about to wrap.
After a near-miss situation, Manitoba Hydro’s natural gas safety pamphlet has been translated into three languages for newcomers.
We continually look for new and better ways to inspect our natural gas system.
A day on the water is a day in the office for our tugboat operators. In summer, they live and work on the tugboat that delivers critical Manitoba equipment through remote northern waterways.
Our ESG report outlines the Crown Corporation and its employees’ support of the communities it serves and its priorities to continue to provide Manitobans with reliable, affordable energy.
While Canadian Natural Gas Utility Workers’ Day is celebrated every October, the essential services these employees perform is truly a 24-7 job.
Learn how we create, harness, and transmit electricity. Find out more about alternative energy sources.
The golden-winged warbler is a threatened songbird species in Manitoba with unique habitat requirements – and we’ve hatched a plan to protect them.
Manitoba Hydro’s logo was created by a young man from Manchester, England who with his wife made Winnipeg their home for about a decade in 60s and 70s.