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The Saskatchewan government has confirmed it is now being recognized as the individual supplier of natural gas by the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) as it continues to contemplate whether to remit carbon tax for January.

Following an announcement from Ottawa last fall that included a three year pause on carbon tax for home heating oil, Premier Scott Moe indicated Saskatchewan would stop collecting carbon tax on natural gas for home heating in January 2024.

In an emailed statement to CTV News, the province says that a final decision has yet to be made, but will be decided upon before the end of February payment deadline.

“Decisions regarding whether to remit residential carbon tax charges for the month of January will be made in advance of the end of February payment deadline,” the email reads.

Despite no final decision on whether …

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