There are a few reasons why utilities might be higher in Calgary than in other places. First, the cost of living in Calgary is generally higher than in other parts of the country. This means that everything from groceries to gas to housing costs more in Calgary. Second, Calgary is a very cold place. The average winter temperature is -10°C, and it can get as low as -30°C. This means that people use more heat and electricity to stay warm, which drives up their utility bills. Finally, Calgary is a very new city. It was only founded in 1875, so most of the infrastructure is still quite new. This includes things like power plants and transmission lines, which can be more expensive to maintain than older infrastructure.
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