Gasoline and Motive Fuel Purchaser's Permit
The Gasoline and Motive Fuel Tax is a provincial tax on the purchase or consumption of gasoline and motive fuel and is administered by this department. The Gasoline and Motive Fuel Tax Act provides for point-of-sale tax exemptions on motive fuel (marked) by the issuance of purchaser's permits to the following classes of qualifying consumers: aquaculturists, fishers, silviculturists, wood producers, manufacturers, persons engaged in mining/quarrying and forest workers, which include persons under contract with silviculturists, persons under contract with wood producers and persons engaged in the construction and maintenance of woods roads for the purpose of harvesting trees.
Qualifying aquaculturists, fishers, silviculturists, wood producers, manufacturers, persons engaged in mining/quarrying and forest workers may apply for a purchaser's permit.
Upon renewal permit holders will be required to file an Annual Purchase and Usage Report.
This report is part of the Purchaser's Permit Application. See Forms and Packages.
In order to apply for (or renew) a purchaser's permit, an application must be completed and forwarded to this department along with the applicable fee.
Upon obtaining the permit, the qualifying consumer may make tax-exempt purchases of motive fuel consumed within a qualifying area.
|Fee Description||Rate in $||Effective Date|
|Purchaser's Permit (new and renewal)||12.50||2012-03-02|