Hydro (Electricity): almost all properties does not including hydro costs in rent price. This is based on your usage
Water: some condo buildings will include water in rent price. Newer buildings will have separate metre for water.
Heat & CAC: Although most condo buildings includes Heat & Air Conditioning, but it's only to the furnace system. You still have to pay for the hydro cost to turn on the furnace system to push the air out to every rooms. Houses & Townhouses are not included in rent.
Internet Service: is based on your choice of which provider you would like to use.
Tenant Insurance: Living in a rental apartment or condo, the stuff you put inside it is what makes it your home. The landlord’s policy doesn’t offer tenants contents insurance or personal liability insurance for renters. That’s why you want to protect what you own with a renters insurance coverage in case something happens. Tenant insurance also includes personal liability, an important coverage for any renter to have. Most landlords require tenant to have at lease $1 million dollars liability coverage during your lease term and to provide policy binder before getting the keys.