CBC News, Jan 25 2014
Thousands without heat south of Winnipeg as arctic blast moves in
A natural gas pipeline explosion near Otterburne, Man., 50 kilometres south of Winnipeg, has left thousands without heat as temperatures drop to -20 C, or -34 C with the wind chill.
The Canadian Press, Globe and Mail, Jan. 25 2014
ST. PIERRE-JOLYS, Man. — Five homes remain evacuated as TransCanada Piplelines deals with a natural gas pipeline fire about 25 kilometres south of Winnipeg.
Canadian Press, December 13, 2012
WINNIPEG - Manitoba's Opposition leader says new hydro projects should be delayed and built for domestic needs, not exports.
Progressive Conservative Leader Brian Pallister says a delay is neededto examine how low energy prices in the United States will affect the viability of new hydro dams in northern Manitoba.
Bruce Owen, Winnipeg Free Press, May 25, 2011
WINNIPEG — A combined power deal between Minnesota and Wisconsin will kick off the construction of a new dam in northern Manitoba.