Volume 4, Issue 2
A legend on the Winnipeg River: Slave Falls Generating Station
While Slave Falls Generating Station isn’t the oldest operating generating station on the Winnipeg River in Manitoba, it does have some unique characteristics that make it a memorable part of Manitoba Hydro’s generation portfolio.
Icy innovation: supplying power under frigid conditions brings special challenges
Manitoba Hydro prides itself on being able to deliver safe, reliable energy to its customers under some of the harshest conditions on the planet.
Manitoba Hydro employees raise a roof on their vacation day for Habitat for Humanity
Spearheaded by Manitoba Hydro’s Professional Engineers Association (MHPEA), a group of our engineers from around the corporation recently took a vacation day to join forces on a team build for Habitat for Humanity.
Watch the progress: six out of seven generating units at Keeyask now online; video highlights 2021 achievements
The sixth generating unit at the almost complete Keeyask Generation Project was brought online shortly after 4:00 p.m. CST on January 10.
Zebra mussels: what we’re doing to control them
When zebra mussels were first detected in a southern Manitoba lake in 2013, environmental staff at Manitoba Hydro knew it was only a matter of time before the invasive species spread downstream to our northern generating stations.