This is hard to believe.
Drivers could get a break from high gasoline prices when the federal budget is introduced late this month or in early May, Foreign Affairs Minister Peter MacKay said Wednesday.
MacKay said there is little the federal government can do to ease the international tensions blamed for the latest price spike.
Instead, the Conservatives are looking at tax relief, he told reporters after attending the Halifax Chamber of Commerce's annual general meeting.
I can hear the distant thunder of approaching enviromentalists. If gas tax relief materializes, it shows that hard work pays off.