The new costs that Canadians will pay in the new year.
A new year is upon us, and for many it's time to cut back, whether on shopping, snacking or whining. Though, in some cases 2013 won't be about trimming down.
Instead, Canadians will need to get ready for a year of rising costs. Here are some of the fees, charges and prices that are set to increase in Canada for 2013.
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