Provincial and territorial tax information
Get information on provincial and territorial taxes and find out how to collect sales tax from your local and out-of-province customers.
- Overview of charging and collecting sales tax
As a Canadian business owner, it's important to know how and when to charge sales taxes for the goods and services you sell and supply to your customers.
- Tax and Revenue Administration
As a business owner, find out about your responsibilities with regard to Alberta taxes.
- Provincial Sales Tax
Find information and resources to help your business collect PST and make tax returns.
- Register to collect and pay PST – eTaxBC
Register your business to collect PST, obtain your PST number, and then report and pay the tax online.
- Taxation Division
Learn about your tax collection and remittance obligations as a Manitoba business owner.
- Taxation in the NWT
Learn about the taxes your business will be responsible for collecting and paying while doing business in the Northwest Territories.
- Nova Scotia Provincial Tax Commission
Find out about your responsibilities in regards to Nova Scotia taxes.
- Ontario Research and Development Tax Credit
Find out if you qualify for a tax credit for your research and development expenditures.
- Employer Health Tax (Ontario)
Find out if you are required to pay the Employer Health Tax in Ontario.
- Beer manufacturers, microbrewers and brands
Learn about the rates for beer and wine tax, and your responsibility to inform your clients on how these taxes are included in your prices.
- Harmonized Sales Tax (HST)
Get information regarding Harmonized Sales Tax (HST) in Prince Edward Island.
- Revenu Québec — Business Portal
Is your company based in Quebec? If so, learn about your fiscal obligations including taxes and deductions.
- Provincial tax obligations
Learn about your provincial tax collection and remittance obligations when doing business in Saskatchewan.
- Taxation in the Yukon
Find out about the taxes your business needs to pay and the tax breaks you can get in the Yukon.
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