Letter to the Editor – Ross Ayotte of Smiths Falls Ontario Calls Harper Government on High Gas Prices – April 4, 2012

Letter to the Editor – Ross Ayotte of Smiths Falls Ontario Calls Harper Government on High Gas Prices – April 4, 2012

This is a letter sent by Scott Reid while in opposition in 2005 on gas prices outlining Harpers Plan to lower fuel prices but was never implemented once the Conservatives got elected.
It is now time for the Harper government to act on these measures and for the media outlets to question Harper and Scott Reid about this Letter.

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Please feel free to use ,forward on or print this letter but omit my home address if printed also this letter is going out to 400 newspaper out across Ontario with other provinces to follow also your readers should be encouraged to contact their local MP and Harper to show their displeasure on high gas prices.

Ross Ayotte – Smiths Falls Ontario

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And it begins with one voice.

When Ontario went from PST + GST to HST, our floating tax percentage went up from 5% to 13%, didn’t it? Don’t leave Ontario MPP’s out of the equation either.

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Prices at Canada gas pumps oscillate wildly, sometimes changing several times a day. The rises and falls are far from random, however. Studies and market observers say it is an attempt by big oil to ratchet up the cost of a fill-up as high as possible. It’s Easter weekend and, if all goes as usual, motorists will be hopping mad during the holiday. Their frustration will boil over when the needle reaches the red zone and they pull into the nearest filling station: first at the pump, then at the cash register. That’s where they’ll note with dismay that the… Read more »

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Gas prices rising exorbitantly just before the Easter Holiday is a local thing. It’s the gas stations that control it.

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The first factor that makes up the price of gas at your local station is crude oil suppliers. This makes up about 59% of the price you pay for gas and it is determined by the world’s oil-exporting countries, particularly OPEC, the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries. The amount of crude oil that these countries produce determines the price per barrel of oil.*^

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