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A family will pay an extra $377 more than they get back in rebates when the next carbon tax is applied



The Canadian Taxpayers Federation says on average, a family in Newfoundland and Labrador will pay an extra $377 a year more than they get back in rebates when the next carbon tax is applied on April 1.


The organization is calling on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to scrap the carbon tax.


The federal carbon tax is set to increase to 17 cents per litre of gasoline, 21 cents per litre of diesel and 15 cents per cubic metre of natural gas.


Franco Terrazzano, CTF Federal Director said, “If Trudeau really cares about making life more affordable for Canadians, then at the very least he wouldn’t hike his carbon tax again.”

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Jerry E. Hartsfield
Jerry E. Hartsfield
Mar 31

HE DOES NOT CARE ABOUT THE TAX PAYERS, THATS ANOTHER REASON THERE NEEDS TO BE AN ELECTION,ALSO HIS PUPPETIN THE NDP ALSO NEEDS TO BE REPLACED HE GOES ALONG WITH EVERY THING TRUDEAU SAYS OR DOES TIME PAST DUE FOU A CHANGE.


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