Executive leadership and directors swapped out their dress shoes for steel toes to learn about the trades at Stonewall Training Centre.
Your natural gas bill is changing to more clearly explain the rates that make up your energy bill.
It’s taken three months, 34 emergency operations meetings, 32 rail cars of supplies, and 63 pole replacements, but on October 8, 2022, the electrical supply to Pukatawagan was fully restored. The line feeding the community, ravaged by wildfire in mid-July, is now completely repaired.
We do not text customers about a disconnection and we do not demand payment in cryptocurrency.
Energy-saving tips and incentives from Efficiency Manitoba will help keep your home warm and cozy.
Manitoba Hydro released its annual report today showing a total consolidated net loss of $248 million for the fiscal year ended March 31, 2022, compared to consolidated net income of $119 million the previous year.
Our efforts resulting in increased opportunities for Indigenous communities.
Manitoba Hydro offices are closed on Friday, September 30; emergency service response will continue.
Weekly lake level forecasts for Whiteshell Park lakes on the Winnipeg River.
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.