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The cost of living in Vancouver is expected to rise in 2012. Fight back with these energy (and money) saving tips.
Resolve to cut down your energy bills this year with these tips
With the excess of Christmas over and the credit card bill due to arrive any day, the news that 2012 is going to be more expensive for BC residents isn’t uplifting.
According to the CBC, “BC residents will pay more in the coming year for health care, electricity, car insurance and gasoline.” And while there isn’t much we can do about our health care costs, we can definitely save a bit of money by cutting down on our fuel use and by making our homes more energy efficient. Try out some of these 20 tips: