Weekly water levels and flow outlooks are provided for the Churchill, Burntwood, and Nelson rivers in northern Manitoba.
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Manitoba Hydro Chair Edward Kennedy, CEO Jay Grewal receive awards on same night
The Chair and the Chief Executive Officer of Manitoba Hydro were each honoured with awards from separate organizations at ceremonies held in Winnipeg and Vancouver on April 27.
Bringing Manitobans together under the northern lights
Manitoba Hydro participated in Aurora Winterfest in Churchill, Manitoba to connect with the community and celebrate culture and history.
What’s up with those green boxes?
Manitoba Hydro has a lot of green boxes around, but not all green boxes belong to us. Some are telecoms boxes and we can’t fix those. Learn how to tell the difference!
What it’s like to work for Manitoba Hydro (up north)
Learn more about how our northern employees who work in some of Manitoba’s most remote locations to provide Energy for Life to customers across the province.
Celebrate Earth Day by going paperless
Reduce your personal paper waste and save trees by switching to paperless billing.
Great Falls celebrates one hundred years of reliable operation
The Great Falls Generating Station has provided Manitobans with renewable electricity since it was built 100 years ago this year.
Women make an impact at Manitoba Hydro, including construction and trades
A bright new future is well within reach for women eager to work in construction and trades-related positions at Manitoba Hydro.
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.
Ice melting gone viral
Providing Energy for Life means coming up with innovative solutions to provincial problems. A long time ago, we figured out ice on power lines causes outages – so we came up with a made-in-Manitoba solution to keep the power on for our customers.