Ford will take fight against carbon tax to Ontario's gas pumps

Premier Doug Ford plans to take his fight against the federal government's carbon tax to the province's gas pumps.

His government says it will introduce legislation that would require stickers to be put on the pumps saying the tax will add more than 11 cents per litre to the price of gas by 2022.

The environment and energy ministers say it's part of what they call ``transparency measures'' about the carbon tax.

It's adding 4.4 cents per litre to the price of gas this year because Ontario is among four provinces that have not implemented their own carbon pricing schemes. 

The tax is expected cost to a typical household $258 this year and $648 by 2022.

Residents of provinces with the tax will be getting rebates on their income tax returns that start at $128 annually and increase for people with spouses or dependents.