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Premier Kathleen Wynne’s proposal to cut hydro rates by 25 per cent this year while capping increases to the rate of inflation for the next four years will save consumers $24-billion on their bills but will cost the province $45-billion over the next 29 years, according to an assessment of the plan released Wednesday morning by Ontario’s financial watchdog.


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