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The New Carbon Tax Law And It's Effect On Your Condominium

Sarah McKenzie
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The implementation of the federal carbon tax in Ontario, starting from April 1, aims to reduce emissions and meet climate change goals. Large industrial facilities and fuel companies are the main targets of the tax, but consumers are expected to bear the costs through increased electricity and heating bills. However, households can receive rebates to offset the impact, with most Canadians expected to be reimbursed for more than they pay. Condominiums using natural gas may initially benefit from lower rates, but businesses may seek to reduce costs in the long term.


Carbon tax, Ontario, emissions reduction, climate change, industrial facilities, fuel companies, electricity bills, heating bills, rebates, natural gas, energy costs, condominiums, operating costs.

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Sarah McKenzie
The New Carbon Tax Law And It's Effect On Your Condominium
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