Guest speakers highlight the importance of Indigenous languages with staff.
In your community
In honour of International Women’s Day, find out about the woman who was asked to arm wrestle for a job, survived a 30-foot fall, and helps to buy safety gear for women in trades at Manitoba Hydro.
A message from Jay Grewal, President & CEO of Manitoba Hydro, to our customers affected by the humanitarian crisis unfolding in Ukraine.
The Stone Soup event, usually hosted in Manitoba Hydro Place as the fundraiser for the Child Nutrition Council of Manitoba, will be virtual this year. But the hunger they are hoping to ease is anything but virtual. Our employee volunteers are promoting the event to help school kids learn, grow, and succeed.
A Hydro employee working in the north volunteered to distribute PFDs to a northern community on behalf of Lifesaving Society Manitoba.
Manitoba Hydro Service person, Matt Haarsma received awards of commendation for his efforts to save the lives of a man and dog on Lake Lu.
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.
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.