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Putting more money back in Canadians’ pockets

Now more than ever, we are focused on making life more affordable for Canadians while protecting our environment and helping small and medium businesses grow, innovate, and stay competitive. By putting a price on pollution, the vast majority of Canadians get more money back while big polluters pay the most

On Monday, July 15th, Canadians across the country will receive their 2nd quarterly Canada Carbon Rebate (CCR) payment. This means that, in Ontario:

  • A family of four will receive $280.
    • If you are eligible for the rural supplement, this number will be $336.
  • A married couple will receive $210.
    • If you are eligible for the rural supplement, this number will be $252.
  • An individual will receive $140.
    • If you are eligible for the rural supplement, this number will be $168.

If you have submitted your 2023 tax return and have not yet received your first quarterly rebate, you will likely receive both payments on July 15th.

In Budget 2024, we also launched the Canada Carbon Rebate for Small businesses, which will return a portion of federal fuel charge proceeds to eligible Canadian-controlled Private Corporations (CCPCs) that operate in provinces where the federal fuel charge applies through an automatic refundable tax credit.

To be eligible for the small business rebate for one or more of the fuel charge years, a CCPC must:

  • have employed one or more persons in a designated province in the calendar year in which the fuel charge year begins;
  • have had 499 employees or less throughout Canada in that calendar year; and
  • have filed their corporate income tax return for the tax year ending in 2023 no later than July 15, 2024.

The Conservatives are lying to Canadians about the price on pollution. They just want to ruin your rebate. Remember, the Liberals, NDP, and Conservatives all included a carbon price in 2021 platforms. And as Canadians increasingly feel the impact of climate change through record wildfire seasons, floods, and droughts — removing the most efficient system to cut emissions, one that also puts more money in the pockets of Canadian families, is irresponsible and heartless. 

Tony Van Bynen

Member of Parliament for

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