Electricity bills in Ontario continue to rise, due largely to government policy

Earlier this week, the price of electricity in Ontario jumped half-a-cent to 18 cents per kilowatt-hour (kWh), a common billing unit for energy, during “peak periods.” This latest spike is yet another hit for the average Ontario household.Why is this happening?Two words—government policy.Electricity prices for Ontarians started taking off in

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