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Editorial Cartoon - July 28, 2016

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Hydro programs powering up

Manitoba Hydro has promised to meet a significant portion of this province’s future energy needs through improved efficiency and the use of new technologies “where possible,” according to the utility’s vice-president, Lloyd Kuszek.

And if we can draw any conclusions from recent news stories in Westman and in Winnipeg, Hydro is ...

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