We’ve taken a leading role in tracking and monitoring zebra mussels in Manitoba’s river system because they pose a risk to the safe operation of our generating stations. Here’s what we’re doing to protect our stations from the invasive species.
In response to calls from three First Nations communities, our crews connect new residences which will help communities to space people requiring isolation.
With abundant green, clean, renewable hydropower, Manitoba is poised to lead the country under proposed federal legislation to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions as part of the fight against climate change
Many of us are shopping online more than ever. But with that comes an almost limitless number of sellers looking for your money and offering low prices for a variety of electrical products.
This holiday season, we hope you and your loved ones are safe, warm, and can find a moment of peace. And like you, we look forward to better days.
Earlier today, Manitoba Hydro received results from a third round of COVID-19 testing at the Keeyask Project construction site confirming no new cases of the virus.
Manitoba Hydro released its first Corporate Social Responsibility Report today, detailing the Crown utility’s contribution to the province goes beyond supplying renewable hydroelectricity and clean-burning natural gas.
Second round of testing shows steps taken to control COVID-19 working
For the fourth day, Manitoba Hydro reports today no new COVID-19 cases at the Keeyask Generating Station construction site in northern Manitoba.
For the second day in a row, Manitoba Hydro is reporting no new COVID-19 cases at the Keeyask Generating Station construction site in northern Manitoba.