A bright new future is well within reach for women eager to work in construction and trades-related positions at Manitoba Hydro.
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Women make an impact at Manitoba Hydro, including construction and trades
Out with the old, in with the new
Replacing a substation is no small feat. Part of the process involves upgrading the aging infrastructure connected to the system.
St. Norbert outage: behind the scenes
It’s tough being without power in frigid Manitoba weather. It’s also tough to restore power in frigid Manitoba weather. Here’s what it took to get power back on for 1,700 customers on a cold January night.
Keeyask Generation Project – final update video
As all of Keeyask’s units are providing power and the work to complete the generating station, spillway, and the related infrastructure concluded in 2022, we made a last visit to site to make a video showing the state of the project.
Remember those less fortunate as we celebrate the holidays.
Province directs Manitoba Hydro to pause new cryptocurrency connections
As per the Province, unchecked cryptocurrency mining could require Manitoba Hydro to spend billions in new generation and transmission facilities. Urgent action is required to respond to the exponential number of requests the utility is receiving.
Our 2-year General Rate Application filing – what that means for you
Proposed rate increases will ensure Crown utility continues to provide safe and dependable energy today and in the future.
Hydro leadership experiences the trades for a day
Executive leadership and directors swapped out their dress shoes for steel toes to learn about the trades at Stonewall Training Centre.
Your natural gas bill is changing
Your natural gas bill is changing to more clearly explain the rates that make up your energy bill.
Pukatawagan fully restored
It’s taken three months, 34 emergency operations meetings, 32 rail cars of supplies, and 63 pole replacements, but on October 8, 2022, the electrical supply to Pukatawagan was fully restored. The line feeding the community, ravaged by wildfire in mid-July, is now completely repaired.