K-Line celebrates International Women’s Day

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Women's Day

In honour of International Women’s Day, we had a luncheon to celebrate the contributions and talent of the female employees at K-Line. #EqualforEqual #GenderEquality #InternationalWomen’sDay #K-Line

Investing in Women, Investing in the Future

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Investing in Women, Investing in the Future

K-Line’s executive team was recognized by the EHRC for their commitment in driving values of diversity, equality, and inclusion. K-Line received the following thank you from Michelle Branigan, Chief Executive Officer of the Electricity Human Resources of Canada; Electricity Human Resources Canada (EHRC) applauds you on your leadership in promoting the values of gender diversity, equality, and inclusion. We believe … Read More

Lunch with Santa

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K-Line Team with Santa

In early December, K-Line hosted a Lunch with Santa party where employees and their children were invited to celebrate the holiday season. The event was filled with festive entertainment including gingerbread decorating, colouring, balloon animals, and of course, pictures and presents with Santa! K-Line was pleased to have the opportunity to spread some Christmas cheer and to see the look … Read More

K-Line Partners with Women of Powerline Technicians

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In 2017, K-Line was proud to sign the Leadership Accord on Gender Diversity in the Electricity Industry through Electricity Human Resources Canada. The accord serves as a commitment to promote the values of diversity, equality and inclusion throughout our workforce and electrical sector. As an accord signatory, and an equal opportunity employer, K-Line is committed to developing gender diversity initiatives. … Read More

K-Line Responds to Ottawa Storm

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On Friday September 21st, 2018, a massive EF-3 category twister rampaged through Dunrobin, Ottawa and Gatineau, Quebec, causing immense damage to homes, cars, and injuring several people. This large and intense twister was approximately half a kilometer wide, and had winds between 240 and 250 km/h. Broken trees, crumbled cars, and rubble littered once normal neighborhoods in these areas. As … Read More

K-Line Responds to April Wind Storm

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  On Friday, May 4th, Environment Canada issued a wind warning with wind gusts of up to 120 km/h, leaving hundreds of thousands without power. K-Line quickly began to receive calls from our alliance customers for assistance; Oakville Hydro, Burlington Hydro, Alectra East, West, Central and Hydro Ottawa. K-Line had approximately 70 linemen working around the clock all weekend long. … Read More

K-Line Responds To Emergency Coal Mine Outage

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On June 4th, strong winds blew through the area of Coronach, Saskatchewan. Damage was caused to approximately 60 hydro poles and extensive damage was caused to line feeding power to the Poplar River Coal Mine. The Poplar River Coal Mine is a surface coal mine that supplies the coal for one of the provinces coal generation stations. K-Line received an … Read More

The K-Line Group of Companies Signs Leadership Accord on Gender Diversity

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Allan Signing of Gender Diversity Accord

On December 6th, 2017 Kathy Lerette, Senior Vice President Business Transformation at Alectra and Vice-Chair of the Electricity Human Resources Canada Board of Directors, visited K-Line for the signing of the Leadership Accord on Gender Diversity. K-Line is proud to be the first high voltage electrical contracting firm in Canada to sign the Leadership Accord on Gender Diversity for the … Read More

Saskatchewan Builds 15 Miles in 3 Days

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Yellowgrass Crew

K-Line would like to thank those employees in Saskatchewan who gave up their weekend on October 20th-22nd. The crew built from Yellowgrass to Weyburn which consisted of 15 miles of 25kv line. The job was completed safely and the crew efficiently constructed the line within 3 days! Great job to everyone who participated, job well done.

K-Line Awarded Rockyford Phase (H)2(O)

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Rockyford Water Pipeline install

As K-Line Alberta’s Water Line crews began to see the end of the 55km water main project approaching, the notice of award for the second phase of “Rockyford” was received with many rounds of bright orange arms high fiving each other almost twenty feet below ground level as some of the final vaults were being installed on phase 1. With mobilization … Read More