While many of us continue to work or take online courses from home for the time being, now is a good time to take a moment to keep your home as safe as possible.
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.
We all rely on our phones to stay in touch with family and friends. Here are some tips to keep your phone charged when the power goes out.
The reasons for outages vary, and depending on the damage, the time it takes to safely restore power also varies.
Manitoba Hydro has begun construction on a new transmission line to deliver clean, renewable hydroelectric power to its neighbour to the west.
Whether it’s a tool, appliance or computer, safe use of any type of electrical equipment can prevent an electrical fire.
Your power can go off at any moment. Most outages are short, but as we saw in the October 2019 storm, a severe weather event can knock out power for several days over wide areas.
Farm accidents can cause severe injuries, death, and damage to property and livestock. Most accidents are preventable.
Manitoba Hydro wants to keep you safe. Remember, even a little current can kill. If you feel a shock while using an electric tool, safely discard it the first time it shocks you — the next time you may not be so lucky.