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LETTER: Conservatives would scrap heating taxes

Government change would lead to lower heating costs for Canadian families

Dear Editor,

A Conservative government will scrap the Liberals’ carbon tax, reverse Justin Trudeau’s increased taxes on daily essentials, and bring in tax-free home energy, completely removing the federal tax from your home heating and energy bills.

This will save a Canadian household $107 per year, on the average, on home heating and energy bills, and put all that money back in your pocket.

Dean Clark, Langley

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