From June 4-10, Hydro employees biked, bussed, carpooled, rolled, walked, and scootered to work as part of the 2023 Commuter Challenge.
Whether you’re new to the province or moving out for the first time, we’re here to help you set up energy service in your new home.
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.
Manitoba Hydro and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Local 2034 reached a tentative collective agreement earlier today.
Wood distribution poles are made of a renewable, abundant, strong, and inexpensive material, but there are pros and cons as to why it would be chosen over other options.
Manitoba Hydro Energy Service Advisors like Justin Morris work with developers to get power up and running. Osborne Terraces, a new building in the village, has been a project for the past year.
Although we cannot predict an outage, it is important to be prepared and know what to do when the lights go out.
With official notification of strike action sent by IBEW to Manitoba Hydro earlier this morning, the utility is alerting customers of possible changes in available services, and the need to prepare for potentially longer power outage restoration times in the event of bad weather or other events.
A number of Manitoba Hydro’s buildings — some empty, some underused, some weekday use only — make perfect film sets. Allowing films in our buildings means more work for Manitoba film companies, and the money we charge for the rental goes back to charities.
Scam calls are down and scam emails are up, but scams of all sorts are prevalent. It’s important to know the ways to spot one.