Mayor Rob Ford aims to scrap Toronto's 5-cent bag fee
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Mayor Rob Ford aims to scrap Toronto's 5-cent bag fee

Toronto : Canada | May 14, 2012 at 9:25 AM PDT
Source: Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
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In a motion to be voted on by the mayor's executive committee, staff are recommending that major retailers be asked to voluntarily donate the revenue that they get from the fee to protect the city's canopy from an infestation of the emerald ash borer bug, which has caused a lot of damage to city trees. FULL ARTICLE AT Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
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