WINNIPEG — Manitoba Hydro is offering an instant $10 rebate for anyone who purchases an approved carbon monoxide detector from participating retailers.
The rebate program, running until November 30, coincides with National Carbon Monoxide Awareness Week, aimed at telling homeowners and businesses about what they can do to keep loved ones and employees safe from carbon monoxide (CO) exposure.
WINNIPEG – The Manitoba Metis Federation threatened more court action against the province Wednesday as the Progressive Conservative government pulled out of a benefits agreement for the second time this year.
The Tories served formal notice the government is backing out of a $20-million agreement signed with the federation and Manitoba Hydro in 2014.
Manitoba Hydro crews have restored power to the Parkland and Neepawa regions following wet snow earlier this week, but there may be more downed lines that still require attention.
Hydro spokesperson Bruce Owen tells ChrisD.ca they’re asking people who may be heading out of town for the long weekend in those regions to ask a neighbour to check their property for downed lines or trees on a line.
WINNIPEG — Manitoba Hydro says it’s working to correct inaccurately estimated bills sent out to some customers.
Paul Chard, Manitoba Hydro’s director of customer care, says the Crown corporation believes the extremely warm summer weather is affecting estimate calculations for those customers who don’t have a lot of meter readings associated with their accounts.