Manitoba Court of Queen’s Bench issued an injunction yesterday ordering Tataskweyak Cree Nation to immediately remove their blockade of Provincial Road 280 and the Keeyask Generating Station construction site in northern Manitoba.
The uncertainty of what will happen, distraction and fatigue mean we might not pay attention to what we normally would. That’s why it’s vital to take an extra moment to make sure your home and family are safe.
Trees near power lines can cause outages and start fires. If they become energized, they can injure or kill people.
Aggressive scammers continue to target Manitoba Hydro customers throughout the province, threatening to shut off their power unless immediate payment is made.
With more people at home, it’s vital to take care when using a space heater. If you must use a space heater as a temporary heat source, follow these safety tips to avoid potential shock and fire hazards.
The situation around the world has changed rapidly, but our commitment to bring safe and reliable electricity and natural gas to your home remains the same.
Manitoba Hydro is scaling back work and suspending travel in and out of the Keeyask Project’s construction site to help protect the safety and health of workers as well as residents of nearby communities from the introduction and spread of the COVID-19 virus.
We get a lot of questions about street lights. We’ll answer the most common.
Revenue from our power exports brought in more than 22% of our total electric revenue from 2010–19, or about $3.9 billion. Without our export sales, your electricity rates would be about 20% higher than they are today.
Manitoba Hydro crews work through extreme conditions to ensure you have reliable electric and natural gas service during the winter. Extreme wind chills, excessive snow and snowdrifts can block roads and generally make access to our equipment more difficult.