Some Ontario hydro bills could be getting more expensive next year, according to Hydro One. \nIn an email to Narcity, the hydro company revealed that those who are currently in the seasonal rate class could see an additional $650 added to their bill per year. \nEditor's Choice: Canadian Store Apologizes For Selling Garbage Bins With 'Ethnic' & 'Religious' Names\n\n\n\n“\n\n\nWith this change almost 80,000 low-use customers will see their monthly bills increase by $50+/month.\n\n\nThe Federation of Ontario Cottagers’ Associations\n\n\nThe move comes as the Ontario Energy Board eliminates seasonal rates and moves customers to one of three residential rate classes instead. \nThis means that around 80,000 residents could see the price hike. \nThe Ontario Energy Board has yet to decide whether the change will take effect on January 1, 2022, or at a later date.\nThe Federation of Ontario Cottagers’ Associations released a statement about the change earlier this week. \nThey say that they have been "advocating against this significant bill impact." \nThe federation states that while the actual price would depend on how much electricity you use, the change could break down to around $50+ extra a month. \nThe OEB is holding a public hearing to discuss an implementation plan of these changes and customers can give their feedback by visiting www.oeb.ca or calling 1-877-632-2727.