It takes a lot of people and planning to restore outages at this scale. See photos from the storm: damage, working conditions, and some of the many people who helped restore power after thousands of Manitobans lost it.
Jay Grewal visits Portage la Prairie - October 2019 storm
Our President & CEO, Jay Grewal, tours one of the hardest hit areas from the October 2019 storm and visits with crews on site.
: Jay Grewal visits Portage la Prairie - October 2019 storm (9:12)
Jay Grewal visits The Narrows and Interlake - October 2019 Storm
Our President and CEO Jay Grewal sees the severe weather damage to our system in Ashern, The Narrows and the Interlake.
: Jay Grewal visits The Narrows and Interlake - October 2019 Storm (7:11)
Supplying the Storm Restoration - October 2019
If crews didn't have the necessary materials to repair our infrastructure, we wouldn't be making the progress we have. Ever since the storm was forecasted, our Materials Management staff have been working to make sure crews have supplies where they need, when they need.
: Supplying the Storm Restoration - October 2019 (2:00)
A day in our Lundar camp – Oct. 22, 2019
We're in the final push to restore power to all Manitobans. Here's what our camp looks like in Lundar, where hundreds of crew members stay – away from their families – to help with restoration efforts. The communities and local businesses came together to make sure they were comfortable. Thank you to all volunteers and Manitobans for your support. We won't stop working for you.
: A day in our Lundar camp – Oct. 22, 2019 (2:28)