Manitoba Hydro doesn't expect to generate enough electricity this winter to meet its export budget, thanks to months of dry conditions across the Lake Winnipeg watershed.
The Crown corporation is trying to hold back as much water as possible to ensure Manitobans have enough electricity this winter.
But there won't be enough water flowing through the Nelson River to allow the province to meet its targets for exporting power outside its borders.
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