Quick transit and Hydro survey! Interested in transit, transition, and climate solutions?
In the recent Made-in-Manitoba Climate and Green Plan, Manitoba committed to replacing fossil fuels with electricity. This plan is designed to meet Canada’s Paris Climate Agreement targets.

Manitoba is home to one of the largest manufacturers of electric buses in North America, and Winnipeg Transit has a small pilot project using electric buses. However, Manitoba Hydro is now proposing to build a power line to export even more power to the United States (The Manitoba-Minnesota Transmission line). The National Energy Board is tasked with determining if building this power line is in the Canadian public interest.

For more information about Manitoba Hydro, transit, and transition, visit our blog at canadianswinnipeg.org

Please complete a brief survey to let us know where you stand.

1. Manitoba Hydro should help Manitoba meet our Paris Climate Agreement commitments. *
Strongly Agree
Strongly Disagree
2. Manitoba should show leadership in replacing fossil fuels with electricity in every sector, including industry, homes, and transportation. *
Strongly Agree
Strongly Disagree
3. Manitoba Hydro should ensure adequate electricity supply to replace fossil fuels with electric power (as proposed in the government’s climate plan) before building an expensive new power line to increase exports to the United States. *
Strongly Agree
Strongly Disagree
4. Manitoba Hydro should be required to sell power at market rates to other Canadian provinces to replace fossil fuels with electric power (as proposed in the federal-provincial climate agreement) before being allowed to export power to the United States. *
Strongly Agree
Strongly Disagree
5. Winnipeg should increase transit service and work with Manitoba Hydro and New Flyer Industries to convert the entire fleet to electric buses. *
Strongly Agree
Strongly Disagree
Please let us know your thoughts.
Your answer
Submit
Never submit passwords through Google Forms.
This content is neither created nor endorsed by Google. Report Abuse - Terms of Service - Additional Terms