Manitoba Hydro is requesting a 5% electricity rate increase due to the impact of the ongoing drought on the Corporation’s finances.
Manitoba Hydro seeks five per cent rate increase effective Jan. 1
Extreme drought forecast to hit Manitoba Hydro’s 2021–22 bottom line
Manitoba Hydro is forecasting a potential loss of between $190 million and $200 million for the current fiscal year.
Natural gas flowing again on pipeline damaged earlier in week
A natural gas pipeline in western Manitoba damaged Tuesday when punctured by an excavator was put back into full service shortly after noon today.
Natural gas pipeline damaged in western Manitoba
An excavator that came into contact with a natural gas pipeline in western Manitoba today caused Manitoba Hydro to shut off the flow of gas into its distribution system in the Parkland region of the province.
Manitoba Hydro releases 2020-21 Annual Report showing consolidated net income of $119 million
Manitoba Hydro released its annual report today showing a total consolidated net income of $119 million for the fiscal year ended March 31, 2021, an increase of $20 million compared to the previous year.
Priority restoration continues for Little Grand Rapids and Pauingassi
Crews continue today to expedite restoration of electrical service to the communities of Little Grand Rapids and Pauingassi. Forest fires damaged approximately 100 poles on the line serving the communities, resulting in an extended power outage for approximately 1,500 residents.
Manitoba Hydro responds to Consumers Coalition accusations
Financial information submitted by Manitoba Hydro to the Public Utilities Board demonstrates there has not been a substantial change in Manitoba Hydro’s financial circumstances since the last General Rate Application in 2017-18.
A message to honour the 215 children
Last week, our country was presented with a devastating reminder of the destruction caused by residential schools to Indigenous peoples and communities.
Manitoba Hydro continues to respond to outage calls during IBEW strike
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 tables offer to IBEW to end strike
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).