The province is outlining how the rebate system will work when the carbon tax takes effect.
The rebates are expected to help lower- and middle-income households in 2017.
It will start at $200 for single adults, $300 for couples and $30 per child under the age of 18.
That dollar figure will rise in 2018.
Whether you get a rebate or not will depend on household income.
Environment Minister Shannon Phillips believes 60-percent of households will get the rebate.
She’s also adament that, despite opposition criticism, that it will have an effect on the province’s greenhouse gas emissions.
“Between 30 and 35 mega-tonnes reduction over the next five years,” Phillips told reporters in Edmonton on Wednesday.