For most, electricity is something we take for granted. But more than 200 communities in the North don't have reliable power. That's because they're not hooked up to the power grid. Many of these communities are forced to run on costly diesel power, which is prone to frequent outages. Now a $1.6 billion government-backed project is going to bring power to at least 16 northern Ontario First Nations communities. But beyond that, this Indigenous-led project is creating hundreds of jobs and bringing new opportunities to many.