Bipole III is a high voltage direct current transmission line that delivers renewable energy to southern Manitoba, helping to reduce reliance on fossil fuels. completed in July 2018, Bipole III strengthens the reliability and security of Manitoba's electricity supply.
Bipole III starts at the Keewatinohk converter station near Gillam in northern Manitoba. It travels 1,388 km south to end at Riel converter station in the RM of Springfield
Manitoba Minnesota Transmission Line
Transmission Project included construction of a 500- kilovolt AC transmission line in southeastern Manitoba and upgrades to associated converter stations.
Canadian National Railway
CN has consisted of emergency environmental cleanup services and site restoration of active derailment sites throughout Manitoba and Ontario since 2019.