It is going to cost you more to heat your house and fill up your car. The cost of gas is expected to jump by 4.3 cents a liter and on average it will cost about 5 bucks more a month to keep your house warm. It’s also going to cost more to buy a bottle of wine, 2 percent every year for the next three years. Smokers will also have to dig deeper, as the tax on a pack of cigarettes will go up by about 32 cents. There is some good news though. Students from families with incomes under 50-thousand will be eligible for a grant to cover tuition. The cap-and-trade program should save the average household 2 bucks a month on hydro and the drive clean emissions tests will no longer cost 30 dollars.