Because of the diesel exhaust valve incident, Volkswagen has been sued in many European and American countries, and also paid a huge fine. However, the public crisis is not over, and the public investigation and fines are also continuing. < / P > < p > it is worth mentioning that a number of countries that cheat on Volkswagen’s diesel emissions have successively imposed the largest environmental penalties on Volkswagen in their domestic history. Moreover, Canada has set up a fund with fines paid by the public. On September 17, Canada set up a fund to invest in community-based emission reduction projects, foreign media reported. Most of the fund is funded by a fine paid by Volkswagen for violating Canadian diesel emission regulations. < / P > < p > it is reported that the size of the new fund is CAD 206 million (about US $157 million). It is part of the climate action and awareness Fund (climate action and awareness Fund) established by the Canadian government to promote climate science research by providing autonomy for young people and communities. < / P > < p > in December 2019, Volkswagen was accused of 60 counts of violating Canada’s environmental protection act and providing misleading information by exporting nearly 128000 vehicles that violate the country’s emission standards. < / P > < p > the Canadian judiciary has imposed a fine of C $196.5 million (about RMB 1 billion), which is also the highest environmental penalty in Canadian history. < / P > < p > so far, it has caused losses of more than 30 billion euros (US $33 billion) to Volkswagen. According to the current development trend, this number will continue to increase, and the “nightmare” of the public is not over. IPhone 12 whole family barrel model exposed: it’s a tribute to iPhone 4