Psychological health and safety in the workplace and at home

When we think of psychological health and safety, what may come to mind are things such as practicing self-care, asking for help, creating personal boundaries, and including exercise and good nutrition in our day. While these are all great strategies, there is more to psychological safety both at work and at home.

What to expect this winter storm season and how to stay prepared

We chatted with Bob Robichaud, Warning Preparedness Meteorologist with Environment and Climate Change Canada, and Jason Mew, Incident Management Director at the Nova Scotia EMO, about what to expect this season and how to stay prepared.

You Asked, We Answer: Extreme weather and our power grid

Reliability Engineer, Julius Mantolino explains what’s happening with our weather, how it’s impacting our grid and what we're doing to storm-harden it.

You Asked, We Answer: Why don’t you run more powerlines underground?

When power outages happen, one of the top questions we hear from you most is “why don’t you bury the powerlines?” We're breaking down the answer further.

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Twelve ways to stay safe this holiday season

As you’re decking the halls, and hanging your twinkle lights, remember to keep safety at the top of your list. With these electrical safety tips, you’ll be sure to have a stress-free holiday that’s merry and bright.