What will you pay more, and possibly less, in British Columbia in 2021?

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#It’s a new year, which means it’s time to consider your budget and the year ahead.
#Residents of #British #Columbia probably want to know which paid services could increase and where your wallet could take a break.

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#No free public transit on #New #Years #Eve in #Metro #Vancouver due to COVID-19 measures: #TransLink

#Public transportation seems to cost more.

#TransLink is forecasting a 2.3% rate increase in #July.








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#Ransomware #Attack #Shuts #Down #Part of #Metro #Vancouver’s #Transit #System for #Third #Day – #December 3, 2020

BC #Ferries also expects a tariff increase of 2.3% on average for its entire fleet, with the final pricing structure due to be released in #April.

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#With the introduction of ICBC’s new enhanced care coverage in #May, many customers could realize an average savings of around $ 400 per year on their auto insurance.

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BC #Hydro #Reduces #Tariffs #Again, #Customers #Get #Credit on #Bill #Next #Year

BC #Hydro is also launching a credit this year. #Residential customers should expect to receive a single bill credit on average of $ 4, while commercial customers will receive an average of $ 10 to $ 600 depending on the size of the business and industrial customers will receive up to 375,000 $, depending on the utility company.

#However, most #FortisBC customers could see their monthly price increase by around $ 6 due to increased storage, transportation and delivery costs.


Click to play video 'Mike Farnworth Announces Changes to ICBC Will Save British Columbia Drivers Money'







#Mike #Farnworth #Announces ICBC #Changes #Will #Save #British #Columbia #Drivers #Money


#Mike #Farnworth #Announces #Changes to ICBC #Will #Save #British #Columbia #Drivers #Money – #December 14, 2020



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