Automaker expects recall to cost $254.21 million.
Newspaper report claims over a million vehicles may have had engines whose software manipulated emissions levels.
‘Only fair’ says McKenna; provinces will only get a share if they sign up by the end of the year.
Sector can grow while adopting clean fuel standards, finding technology to address standards for heavy-duty vehicles.
State’s governor says Donald Trump’s decision to pull the US from the Paris agreement will only be a temporary setback.
Project will help companies take advantage of provincial government incentives to upgrade heating, cooling and lighting.
Shows improvement over previous 18% as Ontario prepares to join next year.
Claims the automaker put software-based features on diesel engines in nearly 104,000 trucks and Jeeps between 2014 to 2016.
EPA claims the automaker used software that allowed diesel vehicles to emit more pollution on the road than they do in emissions tests.
Technical paper proposes to offer three options for pricing: $10 a tonne levy, cap and trade, or a hybrid model.
Automaker says disclosing further results of the probe would expose it to “unacceptable legal risks.”
Fraser Institute says conditions necessary for them to work are not being met.
Equivalent of taking 44 million cars off the road – twice the passenger vehicles registered in Canada two years ago.
Government is now budgeting for an 80% average of allowances sold at the auctions.
Many will also have the choice to return their vehicle at the buy-back price as of mid-September 2015.