Newly installed Premier David Eby has been fast off the mark to offer new relief measures for BC residents feeling the squeeze from higher inflation. (Photo - BC Govt.)
Newly installed Premier David Eby has been fast off the mark to offer new relief measures for BC residents feeling the squeeze from higher inflation.
Immediately after he was sworn in to replace John Horgan, Eby announced that BC Hydro customers will be getting a one-time, 100-dollar cost of living credit on their electricity bills this fall.
He also announced a BC Affordability Credit for low and middle-income residents starting in January that will provide up to 164-dollars for adults and 41-dollars for children.
Eby says the programs are aimed at helping those most affected by the rising cost of living.
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