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Local Property Tax Rates

6.1        Local Property Tax Rates
Table 23: Local Property Tax Rates, 2010
 Property Class
Temagami Tax Rates
(%)
Education Tax Rates
(%)
Total Tax Rates
(%)
 Residential/farm
0.912
0.241
1.118
 Multi-residential
2.056
0.241
2.099
 Commercial     (occupied)
1.09
1.43
2.94
 Commercial excess lands/vacant lands
0.763
1.001
1.724
 Industrial (occupied)
1.132
1.43
2.562
 Industrial excess lands/vacant lands
0.736
1.083
1.740
 Source: Municipality of Temagami
6.2        Federal and Provincial Income Tax Rates
Table 24: Corporate Taxes – Non-Canadian Controlled
Corporate Tax Rates – Non Canadian Controlled
2009
2010
Combined Federal and Provincial
%
%
General/Manufacturing and Processing/Investment
31
30
General; Active Business Income
33
32
Investment Income
33
32
Table 25: Corporate Taxes –Canadian Controlled
Corporate Tax Rates – Canadian Controlled
2009
2010
Combined Federal and Provincial
%
%
General/Manufacturing and Processing/Investment
16.5
16.5
General; Active Business Income
33
32
Investment Income
48.7
48.7
Table 26: Capital Tax
Rate %
Deduction ($ Millions)
Federal (2008)
0.0625
50
Ontario (2010)
0.15
15
Jul 10 – Eliminated
Source: http://www.kpmg.ca/en/…tes.html and http://www.fin.gov.on.ca/en/budget/ontariobudgets/2010/index.html
 
 
 
Table 27: Ontario’s Capital Tax Elimination Plan
Date
Deduction ($M)
M&P and Resources
Regular Corporations
First $400M of Taxable Capital
Taxable Capital above $400M
Eliminated
Non-Deposit Taking
Deposit Taking
3-Jan-08
15
0.225
0.57
0.54
0.675
4-Jan-09
15
0.225
0.45
0.54
0.675
5-Jan-10
15
0.15
0.3
0.36
0.45
1-Jul-10
Eliminated
Source: http://www.kpmg.ca/en/…tes.html and http://www.fin.gov.on.ca/english/budget/ontariobudgets/2008/chpt3.html
 
Table 28: Personal Income Tax, 2010
Taxable Income ($CDN)
2010 Marginal Tax Rates
 
Other income
 
Capital Gains
Canadian Dividends
Eligible Dividends
Small Business Dividends
first $40,970
15.00%
7.50%
-4.28%
2.08%
over $40,970 up to $81,941
22.00%
11.00%
5.80%
10.83%
over $81,941 up to $127,021
26.00%
13.00%
11.56%
15.83%
over $127,021
29.00%
14.50%
15.88%
19.58%
Source: http://www.taxtips.ca/taxrates/canada.htm
Table 29: Sales Tax
Sales Tax
2010
GST (goods and services tax)
5%
PST (provincial sale tax or retail sales tax)
8%
HST (Harmonized sales tax)
13%
Source:http://www.cra-arc.gc….745478″>
 
6.3        Electricity
Service Provider: Hydro One
Contact Information: 1-888-664-1122
Web Link: http://www.hydroone.com
Table 30: Residential Electricity Rates
Electricity rates 2010
Urban
Density
High
Density
Normal
Density
1.Electricity:
First 1,000 kWh per month (adjusted usage – ¢/kWh)
6.40¢
6.40¢
6.40¢
Additional kWh(adjusted usage – ¢/kWh)
7.40¢
7.40¢
7.40¢
2. Delivery:
Service charge ($/month)
$16.19
$21.19
$27.45†
Volume charge (metered usage – ¢/kWh)
2.81¢
3.17¢
3.25¢
Volume charge (adjusted usage – ¢/kWh)
0.46¢
0.46¢
0.44¢
3. Regulatory charges:
Fixed charge ($/month)
$0.25*
$0.25*
$0.25*
Rural rate protection (adjusted usage – ¢/kWh)
0.13¢
0.13¢
0.13¢
Wholesale market service rate (adjusted usage – ¢/kWh)
0.56¢
0.56¢
0.56¢
4. Debt Retirement charge (metered usage – ¢/kWh):
0.70¢
0.70¢
0.70¢
* If you’ve enrolled with a retailer, the $0.25 standard supply service administration charge will be deducted from the Regulatory charges on your bill.
† Under the Ontario Energy Board Act, and associated regulation, qualifying year-round residences are eligible to receive Rural or Remote Rate Protection (RRRP). The Delivery charge for Normal Density includes the applicable credit of $28.50.
Source: Hydro One Networks,http://www.hydroone.com/RegulatoryAffairs/RatesPrices/Pages/ResidentialDeliveryRates.aspx
 
Table 31: Small Business Service Electricity Rates
Electricity rates 2010
Urban Density
Single Phase
Three
Phase
1.Electricity:
First 750 kWh per month (adjusted usage – ¢/kWh)
6.40¢
6.50¢
6.40¢
Additional kWh (adjusted usage – ¢/kWh)
7.40¢
7.40¢
7.40¢
2. Delivery:
Service charge ($/month)
$15.16
$36.03
$38.68
Volume charge (Metred usage – ¢/kWh)
1.95¢
3.61¢
3.61¢
3. Regulatory charges:
Fixed charge ($/month)
$0.25*
$0.25*
$0.25*
Rural rate protection charge (adjusted usage – ¢/kWh)
0.13¢
0.13¢
0.13¢
Wholesale market service rate (adjusted usage – ¢/kWh)
0.56¢
0.56¢
0.56¢
4. Debt retirement charge (metered usage – ¢/kWh)
0.70¢
0.70¢
0.70¢
* If you’ve enrolled with a retailer, the $0.25 standard supply service administration charge will be deducted from the Regulatory charges on your bill.
Source: Hydro One Networks, http://www.hydroone.co…>32: Seasonal Customers Service Electricity Rates
 Electricity rates 2010
High
Density
Normal
Density
1. Electricity:
 First 1,000 kWh per month (adjusted usage – ¢/kWh)
6.40¢
6.40¢
 Additional kWh (adjusted usage – ¢/kWh)
7.40¢
7.40¢
2. Delivery:
 Service charge ($/month)
$21.25
$25.92
 Volume charge (metered usage – ¢/kWh)
7.29¢
7.56¢
 Connection charge (adjusted usage – ¢/kWh)
0.43¢
0.43¢
 Network charge (adjusted usage – ¢/kWh)
0.54¢
0.54¢
3. Regulatory charges:
 Fixed charge ($/month)
$0.25*
$0.25*
 Rural rate protection charge (adjusted usage – ¢/kWh)
0.62¢
0.62¢
Wholesale market service rate (adjusted usage – ¢/kWh)
0.56¢
0.56¢
4. Debt Retirement charge (metered usage – ¢/kWh):
0.70¢
0.70¢
 * If you’ve enrolled with a retailer, the $0.25 standard supply service administration charge will   be deducted from the Regulatory charges on your bill.
 Source: Hydro One Networks, http://www.hydroone.com/RegulatoryAffairs/RatesPrices/Pages/SeasonalDeliveryRates.aspx
6.4        Natural Gas
Service Provider: Union Gas
Contact Information: 1-877-969-0999
Table 33: Gas: Regional Residential Rates (Rate 301)
 Monthly Demand Charge
Cents per cubic metre
 (Rates as of October 1, 2010)
 Gas commodity rate (cents/m3)
15.4315
 Transportation (cents/m3)
5.6223
 Storage (cents/m3)
2.2838
 Delivery (cents per m3)
 First 100 m3
8.2487
 Next 200 m3
7.6929
 Next 200 m3
7.2979
 Next 500 m3
6.9354
 All over Previous Block
6.6360
 Delivery Price Adjustment
-0.7348
 Monthly charge (per metre)
$19.00
Table 34: Gas: Small Commercial Rates (Rate 310)
Monthly Demand Charge
Cents per cubic metre
 (Rates as of October 1, 2010)
Gas commodity rate (cents/m3)
15.4315
Transportation (cents/m3)
5.2749
Storage (cents/m3)
1.6010
Monthly Delivery Commodity Charge (cents/m3)
First 1,000 m3
7.1268
Next 9,000 m3
5.6411
Next 20,000 m3
4.7939
Next 70,000 m3
4.2515
Over 100,000 m3
2.1967
Delivery Price Adjustment
-1.6053
Monthly Charge (per metre)
$70.00
For large business rates services, please check website: http://www.uniongas.co…ervices/
Table 35 Gas: Large Volume General Firm Service* (NorthernRate 10)
Region:   Northern (Rate 10 – Large volume General Firm Service*)
Monthly Charge (per meter):
$70.00
cents/m3
Commodity & Fuel
15.4315
Transportation
5.6223
Storage Service
2.2838
Monthly Delivery Commodity Charge
cents/m3
First 1,000 m3
7.1268
Next 9,000 m3
5.6411
Next 20,000 m3
4.7939
Next 70,000 m3
4.2515
Over 100,000 m3
2.1967
Notes:
* Large Volume General Firm Service is available to any customer in this region who is an end user whose total firm gas requirements at one or more Company-owned meters at one location exceed 50,000 m3 per year.
Rates as of Oct. 1, 2010
 
6.5        Waste Management
The Municipality of Temagami has three waste disposal sites (Temagami Site,Briggs Site and Marten River Site).
Table 36: Waste Disposal Sites
TEMAGAMI SITE
Hours:
Monday 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.; Tuesday 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Wednesday 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. ; Saturday 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Tipping Fees:
Tires:
  • less than or equal to 34 Inches high $5.15
  • greater than 34 and less than 50 inches $25.75
  • 50 inches plus $154.50
Domestic Waste:
  • For Rate Payers 3 Cubic meters – 1/2 ton load no charge. Over 3 cubic meters or non ratepayer $5.15 per cubic meter. Organic waste $3.10 per cubic meter. Metals (Providing it is disposed of in the metal pile at site) -no charge. Objects containing freon gas – No charge. Inorganic earth like materials $5.15 per cubic meter. Construction materials including shingles $ 5.15 per cubic meter. Commercial & Government garbage $6.20 per cubic meter. Dump truck load of allowable waste $124.00 per load.
  • Non- resident Commercial & annual user fee $268.00
  • Non- residents annual user fee $115.00
  • Contaminated Waste – on approval basis only. Quotation required.
  • Boats $6.20 per foot. Service calls to open and supervise landfill during closed hours – $37.00 per hour-min one hour.
Source: Municipality of Temagami
 
BRIGGS SITE
Hours:
Monday 1:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.; Wednesday 1:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Thursday 8:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Tipping Fees:
Tires:
  • less than or equal to 34 Inches high $5.15
  • greater than 34 and less than 50 inches $25.75
  • 50 inches plus $154.50
Domestic Waste:
  • For Rate Payers 3 Cubic meters – 1/2 ton load no charge. Over 3 cubic meters or non ratepayer $5.15 per cubic meter. Organic waste $3.10 per cubic meter. Metals (Providing it is disposed of in the metal pile at site) -no charge. Objects containing freon gas – No charge. Inorganic earth like materials $5.15 per cubic meter. Construction materials including shingles $ 5.15 per cubic meter. Commercial & Government garbage $6.20 per cubic meter. Dump truck load of allowable waste $124.00 per load.
  • Non- resident Commercial & annual user fee $268.00
  • Non- residents annual user fee $115.00
  • Contaminated Waste – on approval basis only. Quotation required.
  • Boats $6.20 per foot. Service calls to open and supervise landfill during closed hours – $37.00 per hour-min one hour.
Source: Municipality of Temagami
MARTEN RIVER SITE
Hours:
Tuesday 1:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.; Thursday 1:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Saturday 1:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Tipping Fees:
Tires:
  • less than or equal to 34 Inches high $5.15
  • greater than 34 and less than 50 inches $25.75
  • 50 inches plus $154.50
Domestic Waste:
  • For Rate Payers 3 Cubic meters – 1/2 ton load no charge. Over 3 cubic meters or non ratepayer $5.15 per cubic meter. Organic waste $3.10 per cubic meter. Metals (Providing it is disposed of in the metal pile at site) -no charge. Objects containing freon gas – No charge. Inorganic earth like materials $5.15 per cubic meter. Construction materials including shingles $ 5.15 per cubic meter. Commercial & Government garbage $6.20 per cubic meter. Dump truck load of allowable waste $124.00 per load.
  • Non- resident Commercial & annual user fee $268.00
  • Non- residents annual user fee $115.00
  • Contaminated Waste – on approval basis only. Quotation required.
  • Boats $6.20 per foot. Service calls to open and supervise landfill during closed hours – $37.00 per hour-min one hour.
Source: Municipality of Temagami
 
6.6        Water and Sanitary Sewer
Table 37: Water Rates
Flat Rate Per Month  ($)
Residential
$50.43
Industrial
Varied
Commercial
Varied
Source: Municipality of Temagami
For more information please contact:
Patrick Cormier, CAO
Municipality of Temagami
P.O. Box 220
Temagami, ON   P0H 2H0
Phone: 705-569-3421
Fax: 705-569-2834
Email: CAO@temagami.ca
Table 38: Water Treatment Facilities
Water Treatment Facilities
Name
Temagami North Plant
Town of Temagami Plant
Rated Capacity (m3/day)
460 cubic meters
1005 cubic meters
Daily Consumption (m3/day)
226 cubic meters
269 cubic meters
Source: Municipality of Temagami
Table 39: Waste Water Temagami Facilities
Pollution Control
Area
Temagami North
Temagami South
Sewage Treatment Plant
    Capacity (m3/day)
390
232
    Average Daily Flow (m3/day)
421
171
Sewage Rates  
    Flat Rate Charge ($/month):
$19.19
$19.19
Source: Municipality of Temagami
 
6.7        Communications Infrastructure
Table 40: Communications Infrastructure
Service
Number of Companies Providing Service
Telephone (landline) service providers
2
Local High Speed Internet Providers
2
Fibre Optics Providers
0
Cable/Satellite TV Providers
2
Local Cell phone Coverage/Providers
2
Source: Municipality of Temagami
 
Ontera
555 Oak Street East
North Bay, ON
P1B 8L3
Fax: 705-495-2025
For all inquiries including signing up for internet services, telephone, long distance plans, data and cellular please call: 1-888-5-ONTERA (1-888-566-8372). Email inquiries including information, new account set up, existing service changes can be sent tocustomer.service@ontera.ca.
Ontera is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Ontario Northland Transportation Commission (ONTC), an Operational Enterprise of the Province of Ontario. ONTC, established in 1902, strives to be a recognized leader in creating prosperity in the North by providing innovative, competitive transportation and telecommunications solutions.
Ontera is a full integrated telecommunication company, offering a wide range of telecommunications and IP-based solutions, including Internet, long distance, local voice, data and information technology services throughout Northern Ontario.
 
Bell Canada
Bell Canada provides local and long distance phone service, wireless voice and data services, internet access, satellite television, and a host of other solutions and services to Canadian homes and businesses.
Bell Internet
Bell Internet technical support
Tel: 1-705 + 310- 7873
Elsewhere in Canada: 1-800-773-2121
Anywhere in North America: 1-800-668-6878 (Ontario customers)
Bell WiMAX Unplugged technical support
Tel: 1-705 + 310- 7873
Elsewhere in Canada: 1-866-716-8402
Hours of operation
Technical support: 24 hours a day, every day of the year.
Billing and general information: Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 7 p.m., Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
 
Bell ExpressVu
1-888-SKY-DISH (759-3474)
Hours of operation – Activation of accounts and receivers: 7 days a week, 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. (including holidays)

Technical assistance: 24 hours a day, every day of the year (including holidays)

Billing and general information:
Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Closed on holidays

Star Choice
Star Choice Communications
Suite 100, 2400 32 Avenue NE
Calgary, AB
T2E 9A7
1-866-STAR-WEB (7827-932)
Fax: 1-800-872-8219
 
Star Choice offers up to 470 channels, great programming packs, top quality Motorola hardware, access to Instant Pay Per View movies and events and an onscreen, interactive programming guide.
 
Persona
Persona Cable customers can choose from a wide range of programming options including numerous Canadian and US television networks, specialty channels and Theme Paks. Enhanced packaging options and key features include quality audio and video signals, Interactive Program Guides, pay-per-view movies & events and other specialty services available with Digital Cable.  Bundle your Cable with other Persona services and save even more!
Hours of Operation
8am – midnight Monday to Friday
9am – midnight Saturday and Sunday
Website: http://www.persona.ca/