For the first time this spring, we used drones to install bird diverters over an energized transmission line near the Delta Marsh, an internationally recognized Important Bird Area in southern Manitoba.
Environmental, social, and governance
Tara Kendzierski grew up going to the Royal Manitoba Winter Fair, and now plays a part in making it memorable for the next generation.
Manitoba Hydro participated in Aurora Winterfest in Churchill, Manitoba to connect with the community and celebrate culture and history.
Learn more about how our northern employees who work in some of Manitoba’s most remote locations to provide Energy for Life to customers across the province.
Reduce your personal paper waste and save trees by switching to paperless billing.
A bright new future is well within reach for women eager to work in construction and trades-related positions at Manitoba Hydro.
Providing Energy for Life means coming up with innovative solutions to provincial problems. A long time ago, we figured out ice on power lines causes outages – so we came up with a made-in-Manitoba solution to keep the power on for our customers.
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.
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.
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.