A number of Manitoba Hydro’s buildings — some empty, some underused, some weekday use only — make perfect film sets. Allowing films in our buildings means more work for Manitoba film companies, and the money we charge for the rental goes back to charities.
In your community
Manitoba Hydro participated in Aurora Winterfest in Churchill, Manitoba to connect with the community and celebrate culture and history.
Manitoba Ag Days returned to Brandon after a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic—and Manitoba Hydro’s Community Investment and Public Safety team were there to reconnect with farmers about important safety messages.
Indigenous Artist and Artisan Christmas Market raised funds for two local organizations.
Employee Champion Veronica has collected a significant total of donations for the Christmas Cheer Board over 17 years.
Kris Kringle and all his merry Hydro helpers were present at the Manitoba Hydro Santa Claus Parade making sure all of Winnipeg had a chance to revel in the festive spirit of the holiday season.
At the end the year, Manitoba Hydro sometimes has surplus vehicles that go to auction. This year, an opportunity came up to donate a truck to Waterways, an Indigenous non-profit organization that runs canoe programs in Indigenous communities.
Manitoba Hydro becomes first Canadian utility to support MADD Canada’s Project Red Ribbon Campaign to promote sober driving this holiday season.
Manitoba Hydro offices are closed on Friday, September 30; emergency service response will continue.
Forty-five volunteers rappelled down Manitoba Hydro Place, a 23-storey Winnipeg skyscraper, to raise funds for Manitoba Possible.