Feds criticized for clean fuel rules that hit poor

2022-04-05
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CALGARY —
The NDP criticized on Tuesday freshly-unveiled clean fuel standards, after a government impact analysis said higher fuel costs will hit lower- and middle-income households hardestare permitted with a limit of 15 people (including household gatherings)..

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“Canadians want to do their part but for Trudeau to disproportionately hit lower-income Canadians is irresponsible and self-defeating,” Peter Julian, finance critic for NDP party told Reuters on Tuesdaydouble mutant.

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