Power Rates Vary By 100%

Canadians’ electricity bills vary by as much as 100 percent or more depending on their home city, according to a comparison of rates. Residential and industrial charges ran from about 6¢ per kilowatt hour in Winnipeg and Montréal to 12 cents or more in Toronto, Halifax and Charlottetown: “Is it coal or is it gas?”

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