Blog Listing

A renewable energy spotlight on International Women’s Day

Through an honest discussion with Joanna Osawe and Lia MacDonald, we’re diving into the achievements, challenges, and aspirations of women working in a traditionally male-dominated field: the energy sector.

Celebrating Diwali

Observed by more than a billion people from a variety of faiths, the five days of Diwali are marked by prayer, feasts, fireworks, family gatherings, and charitable giving. Learn more about light over darkness from our team members Shiva and Riddhima.

Women Unlimited breaking down barriers

Women Unlimited provides support to women interested in working in trades and technology through a wide range of mentorships. We chatted with Ann Wilson, a Contract Management Analyst who started her career at our Tufts Cove Generating Station, about her experience as a former participant of Women Unlimited.

In the Spotlight: Women in engineering

For International Women in Engineering Day, we’re celebrating a few of the women who play a vital role in keeping electricity flowing across Nova Scotia. Get to know Mink Aich, Lynne Drover, Parnian Hajimomenian, Mishika Hannedige and Danya MacGillivray.

Joy and Justice: Recognizing Pride and National Indigenous History Month

Nik Phillips, a two-spirited Mi'kmaw knowledge keeper of Millbrook First Nation, chatted with us about identity, acceptance and building safer communities.

Powerful Perspectives: Women in Energy

This International Women’s Day, we’re celebrating the women that are working to make a difference for our customers and keeping electricity flowing to our communities.

The significance of African Heritage Month

We chatted with Ann Wilson and Ibimina Koko, members of the Black Employee Resource Group at our company, about African Heritage Month, its significance and how it reflects their own experiences.

Rainbow Refugee NS supports LGBTQI+ newcomers through a circle of care model

The Rainbow Refugee Association of Nova Scotia provides support to LGBTQI+ refugees to resettle in Nova Scotia. We chatted with Rhiannon Makohoniuk, Executive Director of Rainbow Refugee NS, about the association and the great work they do to help newcomers settle in our beautiful province.

Carol Dayment and her friend

Celebrating Pride & Building an Inclusive Workplace

Communities across Nova Scotia take part in Pride week festivities. It’s an opportunity to show support for the 2SLGBTQAI+ community, and to raise awareness of the progress that has been made and the work that still needs to be done to ensure equal rights and representation for people of all sexual and gender identities.

In the Spotlight: Women in linework

National Lineworker Day is an opportunity to celebrate some of our dedicated women in linework, who work day and night, and through every type of weather to keep you connected.