The New Brunswick government has no idea whether an extra six-to-seven-cent charge on a litre of gasoline is ending up where it’s supposed to go.
It’s a mystery to N.B. officials whether ‘adjustor’ ends up with retailers or refinery
Jacques Poitras · CBC News
· Posted: Sep 18, 2023 5:00 AM EDT | Last Updated: 2 hours ago
Officials recently told the legislature’s public accounts committee that it’s impossible to determine who’s getting the revenue from the so-called ‘carbon cost adjustor’ that took effect on July 1. » Read More
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