The province says the rules, which take effect Jan. 1, will help reduce confusion and prevent surprises for travellers, as well as ensure a level playing field for the travel industry. "People across Ontario can now research and buy their vacations and business travel with confidence and without surprises -- the price advertised will now be the price paid," Marie-France Lalonde, Ontario's minister of government and consumer services, said in a statement. The change was also hailed by at least one industry group, which said all-in pricing "provides consistent guidelines for the travel industry when advertising and promoting the price of travel services." Get the full story at CTW News