Trudeau carbon tax is also on natural gas and electricity for your home


By —— Bio and Archives--January 6, 2019

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The Canadian federal carbon tax
The Canadian federal carbon tax on methanol is going to be 2.2 cents per liter on April 1st.

  • It’s 3.1 cents on 105 octane propane also known as LPG or Liquid Petroleum Gas.
  • It’s 4.42 cents per liter on gasoline.
  • It’s 5.16 cents per liter on kerosene,  which is also basically diesel fuel and jet fuel except for different additives.

Also add the 13 percent HST to each of those carbon taxes, effective on April 1st each year.

This means that gasoline carbon tax will be 4.9946 cents with the HST, diesel will be 5.830 with HST and 105 octane propane will be 3.50 cents extra with the 13 percent HST.

Oh, did i forget, the Trudeau carbon tax is also on natural gas and electricity for your home. Really?. Of course.

Shades of the very dead Ontario Liberal Party that put an extra 8 percent tax on natural gas and electricity.

Remember that the Trudeau carbon tax goes up by 50 percent from 2019 to 2020, so just add 50 percent to each of those taxes for April Fool’s day in 2020.

The Trudeau carbon tax amounts to a $10 per ton tax each year for 5 years, which for record purposes started on April 1st of 2018, so it’s $20 per ton for 2019, effective on April Fool’s Day.

Happy Liberal Party Tax for 2019, an election year. Keeping the Liberal Party motto alive,

“Tax And Spend Liberals.” Nothing new here.

All the above base numbers are posted on the federal government Finance department website. I added the HST to the federal numbers, because it’s my job, to do the real world math.

Trudeau doesn’t want you to think about the tax on tax. Can we have a little honesty here?


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Mark Smyth -- Bio and Archives | Comments

A former member of the S.A.E. (Society of Automotive Engineers), Mark Smyth has had a lifelong love for machinery.  Driving a tractor on his family farm at age 4, he raced boats and cars during the 1960s and 1970s, both powered by gasoline and alcohol fuels.  Having even used hydrazine (rocket fuel) as a fuel additive in drag racing, Mark learned all about synthetic lubes from a chemist who developed the very first synthetic lube oils to be certified for U.S. military specs back in 1952.

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