A new online survey encourages customers to share their thoughts and opinions as Manitoba Hydro prepares to develop a long-term road map for how the utility will continue to bring clean, reliable electricity and natural gas to you in the years to come.
It’s time to do those important fall maintenance tasks and ensure your home heating system operates at peak efficiency during colder weather. Learn how to keep your furnace operating safely with regular maintenance and a few safety tips.
Keep hydro poles clear of signs and attachments. Line workers need adequate space for safe and proper use of their hands, feet, pole belt, and tools. Our crews can remove any attachment at any time if it compromises their safety and safety of the public.
Don’t fall for scammers. Learn how to check if a Manitoba Hydro bill notification is real.
Follow these tips to keep your outdoor gas fire pit burning free of hazards.
A new transmission line from south Winnipeg to the RM of Hanover (southeast of the city) was put into service late last year and now serves one of the fastest growing areas of Manitoba.
Your electronics and appliances can be vulnerable to outages. Protect them from possible damage.
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed many things for many people. For some customers, paying their monthly energy bill has become a challenge. If you are having trouble paying your bill, you could be eligible for a payment arrangement to help ease the burden.
What you plant today can become a hazard tomorrow. Shrubs and trees planted near or under power lines or over natural gas lines can cause outages or damage equipment. Contact Click Before You Dig to know what’s below before you start planting.
Twenty-three years into a career at Manitoba Hydro and Jennifer Yurkowski made a big change. After living as a male under the name Paul for about half a century, Jennifer claimed her identity and will live her life as a female.