The average consumer is expected to pay an extra $88 a year for 2019, according to Manitoba Hydro.
That is about a 13 per cent increase. Bigger consumers of natural gas can expect a 15 to 30 per cent increase annually.
The federal carbon tax puts a price of $20 on each tonne of greenhouse gas created by burning fossil fuels. It will increase $10-a-year until it reaches $50 in 2022.
Prices will continue to increase annually over the coming years.
The average consumer is expected to pay an extra $220 a year by 2022.
According to Manitoba Hydro, residents will pay about $823 annually for natural gas by 2022.
You can calculate how much your natural gas bill will be once the carbon tax is included by clicking here.
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