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Standing the Line

Traditional land users from Tataskweyak have blocked work on the Bipole III transmission line near their community of Split Lake. Read their story.


On January 20, Premier Selinger apologized to the Pimicikamak people for hydro damages.

Bad year for hydro

Big hydro decisions were made in 2014. Ironically, two pipeline companies are among the main beneficiaries. Read more.

Info Night

Come learn about hydro issues while sipping a hot beverage—Oct 22 at Sam's Place in Winnipeg. Click on picture for full poster.

Rights Museum a Monument to Contradiction

The water and electricity used in the newly opened Canadian Museum for Human Rights come at a grim cost to Indigenous people. Two chiefs explain in their joint article for the Globe and Mail.

The Faith Page:
Spiritual Impact Assessment

Faith is often used as fuel for judgments about right
and wrong, but perhaps it is better approached as a
path to healing and wholeness.

On that path, we aim to explore the role of confession,
lamentation, forgiveness, consolation and grace as we
consider the spiritual implications of hydro at both ends of
the transmission lines.

Read more.