Dec. 16, 2016 | Miles Durie
New programs could see homeowners coming out ahead
If you've been paying attention, you're aware that, starting Jan. 1, we'll be paying $1.01 more per gigajoule for natural gas to heat our homes and a few extra cents a litre to fuel our cars.
It's the provincial carbon levy, and it's inevitable.
If you're like me, you want to know what the government is going to do with the revenue.
For starters, it's setting up an agency whose goal is to reduce our utility bills, decrease emissions and save energy in general.