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New Fees Kick In For 2017

/ 97.3 The Eagle
New Fees Kick In For 2017
             People will have to dig deeper this year to pay for B-C medical premiums, hydro and auto insurance. Jordan Bateman with the Canadian Taxpayers Federation says couples without children and senior couples will pay 168-dollars more this year for M-S-P’s. Bateman says hydro rates – have jumped more than 49-dollars for the average residential customer and the average driver will pay an extra 42-dollars this year for basic insurance.

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