Gasoline, home heating costs rise in Ontario on Jan. 1 - Toronto - CBC News

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By Mike Crawley, CBC News Ottawa, December 27, 2016

People across Ontario will be paying more to fill up their cars and heat their homes starting Jan. 1, when the Liberal government's new cap-and-trade plan takes effect.

A study commissioned by the province projects cap-and-trade will drive the price of gasoline up 4.3 cents per litre, and push up costs for people who heat with natural gas or furnace oil by an average of $5 per month.

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/gas-prices-heating-fuel-cap-and-trade-ontario-2017-1.3894270