Bill 1, An Act to Repeal the Carbon Tax, received Royal Assent on June 4, 2019. The carbon levy no longer applies to any type of fuel as of the beginning of the day on May 30, 2019. Fuel sellers are expected to comply with the changes set out in the Bill.
As a result, all Alberta carbon levy exemptions are no longer applicable, and all carbon levy exemption certificates and licences are cancelled effective at the end of the day on May 29, 2019.
For more information related to direct remitters, licence or exemption certificate holders, see Special Notice Vol. 11 No. 14 – Repeal of the Carbon Levy.
Contact Tax and Revenue Administration (TRA) if you have any questions related to the administration of the carbon levy.
Contact Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) if you have questions related to the federal fuel charge under the Greenhouse Gas Pollution Pricing Act (Canada).
Tax and Revenue Administration (TRA) administers the Fuel Tax Act, which currently provides for:
- collection of fuel taxes
- refund or rebate of fuel tax to eligible consumers and fuel sellers
For more information, see the different topics for fuel consumers on this page.
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