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.
In your community
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.
All Manitoba Hydro offices will be closed on September 30, in recognition of the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.
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.
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.
Twenty-three years into a career at Manitoba Hydro and Jennifer Yurkowski made a big change. After living as a male under the name Paul for about half a century, Jennifer claimed her identity and will live her life as a female.
What started out five years ago as an offer to chop some vegetables for a friend developed into a transformative experience for Manitoba Hydro’s Stephen Dueck.
We’ve donated 22 pieces of commercial kitchen equipment to seven Winnipeg charitable organizations that can put them to good use.
As a child growing up in the Philippines, Michelle Funk knew the feeling of going to school without food.
Drop your spoon and get your Stone Soup raffle ticket instead! Funds raised will go directly to fund healthy meal and snack programs in Manitoba schools… and you’ll have a chance to win a share of the pot!