On the heels of a late winter storm that rolled across the province Monday evening and into Tuesday, Manitoba Hydro continued to respond to outages across the province despite the ongoing strike by the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 2034 (IBEW).
Manitoba Hydro tabled a final offer to the union early this evening, March 17 to resolve a labour dispute with the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers 2034 (IBEW).
The first unit at the Keeyask Generating Station went into commercial service Tuesday, adding another source of clean, renewable electricity to Manitoba Hydro’s energy supply.
Manitoba Hydro announced today the reorganization of its subsidiary Manitoba Hydro International (MHI). The reorganization follows an independent review of MHI operations and helps ensure the subsidiary’s business aligns with Strategy 2040, Manitoba Hydro’s long-term strategic plan – developed to enhance the focus on the utility’s core business of delivering clean, affordable and reliable energy to Manitobans.
With abundant green, clean, renewable hydropower, Manitoba is poised to lead the country under proposed federal legislation to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions as part of the fight against climate change
Earlier today, Manitoba Hydro received results from a third round of COVID-19 testing at the Keeyask Project construction site confirming no new cases of the virus.
Manitoba Hydro released its first Corporate Social Responsibility Report today, detailing the Crown utility’s contribution to the province goes beyond supplying renewable hydroelectricity and clean-burning natural gas.
Second round of testing shows steps taken to control COVID-19 working
For the fourth day, Manitoba Hydro reports today no new COVID-19 cases at the Keeyask Generating Station construction site in northern Manitoba.
For the second day in a row, Manitoba Hydro is reporting no new COVID-19 cases at the Keeyask Generating Station construction site in northern Manitoba.