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(Ont-Hydro)

The province's automakers say they also want a break on their hydro bills.

Premier Kathleen Wynne announced yesterday that soaring electricity bills will see an average 17-per-cent cut this summer.

Wynne also says there will be further measures for rural and low-income customers.

But the Canadian Vehicle Manufacturers' Association says it appears to do nothing to address a climate of investment uncertainty related to the prices automakers pay for hydro.

They say Class A industrial electricity rates can be as high as two to three times higher in Ontario than in competing auto jurisdictions. (The Canadian Press)

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(Federal-Byelections)

Elections Canada says advance polls will be available March 24th through March 27th for voters casting ballots in federal byelections in Markham-Thornhill and Ottawa-Vanier.

Voting day in both byelections is April 3rd.

Those wanting to vote in person at an Elections Canada office or by mail must apply before 6 p-m on March 28th.

Marked ballots sent in by mail must be received by the election day deadline or they will not be counted. (The Canadian Press)

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(Kingston-Assault)

A man who called police claiming his common law wife assaulted him was the one who ended up being arrested.

Investigators say the 24-year-old Kingston man made the call on Wednesday night, but when officers arrived and spoke with the couple they noted that the woman had injuries.

It's alleged the man took the woman's cellphone and when she attempted to take it back, he pushed her to the ground and struck her in the jaw.

The man is charged with assault. (The Canadian Press)

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(Sexual-Assaults)

A 34-year-old building superintendent is facing charges in multiple sexual assaults. …

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