The federal government has released details on how climate incentive payments and pollution reimbursement work in Manitoba.
"By paying for climate change incentives, we were able to return pollution price revenues directly to Manitoba families," said liberal lawmaker Terry Dugit.
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From July 15th, you will receive quarterly payments under the payment of Manitova's Family Climate Change Incentive.
"Our government's main concern was to support Canadians and their families," says Duguid. "We have also kept an eye on the big picture of how to build a strong future with clean air, good work and a resilient economy for our children and grandchildren."
On average, a family of four in Manitoba receives about $ 832 every three months. Those who live in rural areas or small communities are additionally eligible for an additional 10 percent.
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The first round of cash will be big and the beginning of the year Add up the two payments.
"The price of pollution can actually be saved not only for both industries, but also for families, if fuel efficiency is high, windows and doors are replaced, and homes are efficient. It's a signal. It saves money, "says Duguid.
Manitoba can expect additional payments in October and January 2023.
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