The golden-winged warbler is a threatened songbird species in Manitoba with unique habitat requirements – and we’ve hatched a plan to protect them.
From June 4-10, Hydro employees biked, bussed, carpooled, rolled, walked, and scootered to work as part of the 2023 Commuter Challenge.
When it comes to aquatic invasive species in Manitoba, the zebra mussel continues to pose a challenge both for waterways and hydroelectric operations. Manitoba Hydro has several different strategies in place to mitigate their impact.
For the first time this spring, we used drones to install bird diverters over an energized transmission line near the Delta Marsh, an internationally recognized Important Bird Area in southern Manitoba.
Reduce your personal paper waste and save trees by switching to paperless billing.
Efficiency Manitoba has rebates to help you lower your energy bills.
Efficiency Manitoba’s Appliance Recycling Program helps you save energy and money by removing and recycling qualifying fridges and freezers.
Enhancements to bird nesting areas will create positive long-term environmental impacts.
A construction crew went to test breakers at Rosser Station and came across a huge swarm of honeybees making a home in the station.
Manitoba Hydro President & CEO, Jay Grewal was part of a panel discussion on June 15, for the presentation by the U.S.-based Centre for Climate and Energy Solutions think tank of their new white paper, Clean Connection: Canadian and U.S. Electricity.