Our efforts resulting in increased opportunities for Indigenous communities.
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Indigenous ceremonies - performed at the Keeyask site by the project partners - marked the changes to the water and environment tied to having all of the generating units brought online. However, work in the powerhouse and around the site still continues and will continue for some time.
Exceptional inflows caused the level of Lake Winnipeg to rise more quickly than it has in recorded history.
Reliability to our customers means continually guarding against a cyberattack.
Read about the people who route your electricity safely and reliably.
Heavy spring rainfall this spring has swelled Lake Winnipeg to near record flood years in 60s and 70s before Lake Winnipeg Regulation.
Lake Winnipeg water levels will be high all summer due to spring rain storms and will gradually recede into the fall. Manitoba Hydro, through the Lake Winnipeg Regulation Project, is flowing as much water as possible out of Lake Winnipeg.
Manitoba Hydro staff and facilities worked hard to monitor and take actions, as the highest levels reached - and passed - generating stations on the Winnipeg River.
We use electricity every second of every day, but do we think about where it comes from?
This year’s Safe Roads campaign reminds you to slow down in construction zones and be mindful of those who work there.