Our union members create clean energy at Keeyask Hydroelectric Generating Station

First water through the gates at the Keeyask site, where our members have been working hard to bring clean energy to North America.

A task force of over 2500 trades, support services and professionals including electricians, labourers, millwrights, heavy equipment operators, truck drivers and cement finishers worked to complete the site.

The Keeyask Project is a 695-megawatt (MW) hydroelectric generating station that is being developed in a partnership between Manitoba Hydro and 4 Manitoba First Nations: Tataskweyak Cree Nation, War Lake First Nation, York Factory First Nation, and Fox Lake Cree Nation. Working together, the Partners are known collectively as the Keeyask Hydropower Limited Partnership.

The site is located approximately 725 km north of Winnipeg on the lower Nelson River.

Le projet de Keeyask est une centrale hydro-électrique de 695 mégawatts qui est en voie de développement par un partenariat englobant Manitoba Hydro et quatre Premières Nations du Manitoba, soit les nations cries de Tataskweyak et de Fox Lake et les Premières Nations de War Lake et de York Factory. Travaillant ensemble, ces partenaires sont connus collectivement sous le nom de Keeyask Hydropower Limited Partnership.

Le projet de Keeyask est située environ 725 km au nord de Winnipeg sur la partie inférieure du fleuve Nelson.[:]

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