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Is Aircare on the verge of drawing its last breath?
Environment Minister Terry Lake will make an announcement on the future of the 20-year-old agency in Burnaby this afternoon.
A government news release notes a lot of things have changed since the program was launched, but it also mentions options for the future.
In March, lake told CKNW's Simi Sara he would like to see heavy duty vehicles included in aircare testing.
The agency has a 15 million dollar annual budget.
Motorists pay 45 dollars for an Aircare test if their car was made after 1991, 23 dollars if it's older.