The long awaited climate change action plan from the provincial Liberal government will be made public on Wednesday.
And in efforts to get more home and business owners to reduce their carbon footprint, it will reportedly include financial incentives to make the switch to cleaner, more efficient vehicles.
The plan, which will be unveiled by Environment and Climate Change Minister Glen Murray, calls for the province to spend up to $8.3 billion over the next five years on various greenhouse gas emission reduction strategies.
Gas prices are expected to rise in the new year by just over 4 cents a litre, and the average natural gas bill will rise by roughly $5 a month.
More to come.