It’s tough being without power in frigid Manitoba weather. It’s also tough to restore power in frigid Manitoba weather. Here’s what it took to get power back on for 1,700 customers on a cold January night.
St. Norbert outage: behind the scenes
Keeyask Generation Project – final update video
As all of Keeyask’s units are providing power and the work to complete the generating station, spillway, and the related infrastructure concluded in 2022, we made a last visit to site to make a video showing the state of the project.
Reconnecting with farmers at Manitoba Ag Days
Manitoba Ag Days returned to Brandon after a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic—and Manitoba Hydro’s Community Investment and Public Safety team were there to reconnect with farmers about important safety messages.
Manitoba Hydro named one of Canada’s Top Employers for Young People for 2023
Unique training and development opportunities, along with paid internships, are two of the reasons Mediacorp Canada Inc. selected Manitoba Hydro as one of Canada’s Top Employers for Young People in 2023.
Be prepared for a winter emergency
Power and natural gas outages can happen without warning – put an emergency kit together now.
Help prevent slips and falls
Clean ice and snow from your steps and front sidewalk to reduce the chance of a fall.
Marketplace raises funds and holiday spirits in downtown headquarters
Indigenous Artist and Artisan Christmas Market raised funds for two local organizations.
Manitoba Hydro updates its General Rate Application with Public Utilities Board
Lower rate increase request due to Manitoba government’s decision to reduce what it collects from utility in annual payments.
Remember those less fortunate as we celebrate the holidays.
Wrap up the holidays in safety
Look out for any hazards to keep curious toddlers and young children safe.