On March 23, 2017, the Saskatchewan PST as raised from 5% to 6%. (see the article).
The tax rate for all Canadian remains the same as in 2017.
|Canada’s Province||Rate type (HST, GST, PST)||Provincial rate||Canada rate||Total|
|British Columbia (BC)||GST+PST||7%||5%||12%|
|Newfoundland and Labrador||HST||10%||5%||15%|
|Prince Edward Island (PEI)||HST||10%||5%||15%|
|Québec||GST + QST||9.975%||5%||14.975%|
|Saskatchewan||GST + PST||6%||5%||11%|
The sales tax is valid to all transactions at the retail level. In contrast to a VAT (value-added tax) or GST (goods and services tax), businesses who buy things with sales tax can’t reclaim the sales tax.
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While the Harmonized Sales Tax (HST) generally applies to cannabis goods or services, purchases of most types of recreational cannabis are not eligible for the Ontario First Nations HST point of sale rebate. There are a few exemptions to the HST in Ontario. An HST exception implies the purchaser won’t be charged the provincial part of the tax, for example, basic groceries, some medications, kid car and then some. If any of these things are purchased on a reserve, an HST tax isn’t applied at all. This exemption brings the HST from 13% down to 5%.