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B.C. government reports $110 rebate for ICBC customers at the press conference

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Last Friday during a press conference, Premier John Horgan and Minister of Public Safety and Solicitor General Mike Farnworth announced as a necessary measure a rebate on gasoline prices for ICBC subscribers who have been affected by fuel price increases in recent months.

Both leaders acknowledged the hardship that British Columbians are dealing with on a daily basis as prices for basic services such as rent, mortgage and groceries rise exorbitantly. The statements also noted the growing impact of the Russia-Ukraine conflict on fuel prices, which could influence decisions on new policy mechanisms to benefit residents. 

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