Hamilton retailer sent mandatory Ontario gas pump stickers even though he doesn't sell gas - 2019-09-01

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F0.png Hamilton retailer sent mandatory Ontario gas pump stickers even though he doesn't sell gas September 1, 2019, Jenna Moon, Hamilton Spectator

Jennifer Keesmaat, the former chief city planner and one-time Toronto mayoral candidate, tweeted a photo of a peeling decal on a gas pump Saturday afternoon. "Even the gas pumps themselves are rejecting these ridiculous anti-carbon tax stickers," Keesmaat wrote.

The government initially threatened fines of up to $10,000 per day against stations that did not post the decals. It has since changed course and now suggests that businesses that don't co-operate with the legislation will be subjected to "written warnings" and potentially fined. In the letter provided to business owners, it is not specified what the fines might be.

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{{cite news | first = Jenna | last = Moon | title = Hamilton retailer sent mandatory Ontario gas pump stickers even though he doesn't sell gas | url = https://www.thespec.com/news-story/9575801-problems-plague-the-roll-out-of-the-carbon-tax-pricing-stickers/ | work = Hamilton Spectator | date = September 1, 2019 | accessdate = September 2, 2019 }}