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Alectra Completes Private Placement Offering

ALECTRA COMPLETES PRIVATE PLACEMENT OFFERING OF $200 MILLION aggregate principal amount of 3.458% Series 2019-1 Senior Unsecured Debentures due 2049  NOT FOR DISTRIBUTION IN THE UNITED STATES Mississauga, Ontario – Alectra Inc. (“Alectra” or the “Corporation”) announced today that it has closed its private placement offering of C$200 million aggregate principal amount of 3.458% Series…

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Imagine Canada designates Alectra Inc. a Caring Company

Alectra Inc. is the first electricity utility in Ontario to be awarded the Caring Company designation by Imagine Canada. Alectra earned this designation as a result of its alectraCARES community support program which invests in non-profit organizations and initiatives that span the 17 communities in its service territory. Alectra also encourages its employees to volunteer…

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April is Dig Safe Month

Spring is finally here and we know you can’t wait to get started on those outdoor projects you’ve been planning all winter! But before you break out your shovel, remember, although you can’t see them, there could be electrical cables and/or gas lines running below the ground on your property. Do you dig? Be safe.…

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What does International Women’s Day (IWD) mean to you?

In celebration of International Women’s Day (IWD) at Alectra, two women from the Diversity & Inclusion committee, Indy Butany-DeSouza and Alona Andronikova are opening up on what IWD means to them, and how we can continue to support the #BalanceforBetter initiative.   What does International Women’s Day (IWD) mean to you and Alectra? Indy: International…

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Be prepared for unpredictable weather this winter

While some days can be delightfully mild, others can be unforgivingly harsh: from high winds to deep freezes, blizzards to ice storms, it can be difficult to predict what Mother Nature has in store from one day to the next. Bad weather can lead to a number of challenges that can pose safety risks, including…

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Let’s talk about mental health

At Alectra, we are proud to join millions of Canadians nation-wide by participating in Bell Let’s Talk. The goal is to end the stigma and to explore ways to improve our mental health. Mental health issues affect people of all ages and takes on many forms including depression, anxiety and schizophrenia, to name a few.…

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Alectra Invests in Capital Infrastructure in Dundas

Alectra Utilities is continuing its efforts to re-vitalize critical electrical infrastructure in the Dundas area of Hamilton, announcing the beginning of a two-part modernization project totalling $2 million. The first of the two-phase project runs along Park Street East, Cross Street, Victoria Street and Caley Street and will replace the old four kilovolt (kV) system,…

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Alectra employees raise over $22000 for Heart and Stroke

Alectra Utilities’ employees showed real heart in fielding a total of seven teams to participate in the 2018 Heart and Stroke Foundation ‘Big Bike’ ride – raising over $22,500. Employees raised money for heart and stroke research and rode the 29-seat ‘Big Bike’ through communities in Alectra’s service territory including: Barrie, Brampton, Hamilton, Markham, Mississauga,…

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Electricity demand record set within Alectra Utilities’ service territory

The heat wave that has been scorching southern Ontario over the past few days, along with today’s record temperature, have increased electricity consumption in Alectra Utilities’ service territory resulting in the municipally-owned utility reaching a milestone today for peak demand. Alectra’s System Control at 3 p.m. reported an electricity peak demand level for its service…

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Alectra steps up to end violence against women final

A team of 26 Alectra Utilities employees donned assorted pairs of red shoes Tuesday and walked a mile through the downtown area to help raise awareness and funds to end violence against women. Through its participation, the Alectra Utilities’ team contributed over $10,000 to the $130,000 total raised in support of the cause at this…

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