We continually look for new and better ways to inspect our natural gas system.
Keeping you safe
Although we cannot predict an outage, it is important to be prepared and know what to do when the lights go out.
Scam calls are down and scam emails are up, but scams of all sorts are prevalent. It’s important to know the ways to spot one.
Through pole maintenance, we inspect all 1.1 million wood poles across the province to look for signs of rot, infestation, or abnormalities that would cause safety issues.
Tara Kendzierski grew up going to the Royal Manitoba Winter Fair, and now plays a part in making it memorable for the next generation.
Power and natural gas outages can happen without warning – put an emergency kit together now.
Clean ice and snow from your steps and front sidewalk to reduce the chance of a fall.
Look out for any hazards to keep curious toddlers and young children safe.
The best way to alert you to carbon monoxide (CO) is to install a CO alarm – if CO is detected, the alarm will sound to warn you before toxic levels are reached.
We do not text customers about a disconnection and we do not demand payment in cryptocurrency.