Ontariogasoline tax will be reduced by 5.7 cents per liter for six months starting today.
The law passed this spring also expects a fuel tax on diesel, which is reduced by 5.3 cents per liter over the same period.
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The government will cost $ 645 million for tax cuts for the duration of their validity.
Prime Minister Doug Ford will bill after December 31 if inflation is still high at the time. He states that he will consider extending it.
Changes will occur as we fight the people of Ontario, who are hovering as high as nearly $ 2 per liter across Ontario.
Although it is expected to provide some relief to consumers, experts say the impact of tax cuts may vary due to external factors.
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