Manitoba Hydro is issuing a warning to residents and businesses along the Burntwood River near Thompson of the possibility of high water levels and high flows along the river.
Possibility of high water levels on Burntwood River
General Rate Application filed with PUB
Manitoba Hydro today filed a Letter of Application for its 2017-18 General Rate Application (GRA) with the Public Utilities Board (PUB).
Voluntary departure program announced
Manitoba Hydro will offer a voluntary departure program to its employees in support of its previously announced plan to significantly reduce its overall workforce.
Manitoba Hydro service yards and vehicles broken into over weekend
Three locked Manitoba Hydro service yards were broken into over the weekend, with thieves also breaking into company vehicles.
Canada Summer Games Manitoba Hydro Torch Relay
We are proud to sponsor the Manitoba Hydro Torch Relay for this year’s Canada Summer Games. The Canada Summer Games run from July 28 to August 13, 2017, and includes 16 sports, more than 250 events, and a major cultural festival.
Control budget for Keeyask Generating Station revised
The Keeyask Hydropower Limited Partnership (KHLP) and Manitoba Hydro announced today a new control budget of $8.7 billion and revised in-service date of August 2021 for the Keeyask Generating Station, currently under construction on the Nelson River in northern Manitoba.
Project to strengthen reliability of electricity supply in southern Manitoba approved by Provincial Government
Manitoba Hydro is moving forward with building two transmission lines that will strengthen the reliability of southern Manitoba’s electricity supply after receiving an Environment Act Licence from the Province of Manitoba on January 30.
Manitoba Hydro announces new corporate structure and executive leadership changes
Manitoba Hydro today announced a corporate restructuring of the utility and changes to its executive leadership. These moves will both improve operational efficiencies and align with the corporation’s goal of strengthening its financial position.
Avoid estimated bills; ensure meters are clear and accessible for meter readers
The two major winter storms that brought near record amounts of snowfall to southern Manitoba, combined with winds resulting in excessive drifting in many locations, has meant Manitoba Hydro meter readers were not able to access thousands of meters that normally would have been read by the company.