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Carbon price rebates rising in most provinces April 1

Darpan News Desk The Canadian Press, 14 Feb, 2024 04:18 PM
  • Carbon price rebates rising in most provinces April 1

The federal carbon price will increase April 1 to $85 per tonne, up from $60. The quarterly rebates associated with it — which the Liberals rebranded Wednesday as the "Canada Carbon Rebate" — are also getting their once-a-year overhaul.

Here is what people in each province can expect to receive in April, July, October and January, along with top-ups for rural customers. British Columbia and Quebec are the only two provinces that do not use the federal carbon levy as they have their own equivalent systems.

Alberta:

Single individual: $225 (rural top-up $45)

Couple: $337.50 (rural top-up $67.50) 

Family of four: $450 (rural top-up $90)

Saskatchewan: 

Single individual: $188 (rural top-up $37.60)

Couple: $282 (rural top-up $56.40)

Family of four: $376 (rural top-up $75.20)

Manitoba: 

Single individual: $150 (rural top-up $30)

Couple: $225 (rural top-up $45)

Family of four:  $300 (rural top-up $60)

 Ontario:

Single individual: $140 (rural top-up $28)

Couple: $70 (rural top-up $14)

Family of four: $280 (rural top-up $56)

 New Brunswick:

Single individual: $95 (rural top-up $19)

Couple: $142.50 (rural top-up $28.50)

Family of four: $190 (rural top-up $38)

Nova Scotia:

Single individual: $103 (rural top-up $20.60)

Couple: $153.50 (rural top-up $30.90)

Family of four: 206 (rural top-up $41.20)

Prince Edward Island (includes top-up available to all residents):

Single individual: $110

Couple: $165

Family of four:$220

Newfoundland and Labrador:

Single individual: $149 (rural top-up $29.80)

Couple: $223.50 (rural top-up $44.70)

Family of four: $298 (rural top-up $59.60

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