What is not exempt from The Federal Carbon Tax
It is our understanding that any kind of heating application not specified above is not exempt, as follows:
- Barn heating for any purpose;
- Crop drying;
- Residential heating;
- Fuel that is used in licensed vehicles
What do I need to become exempt from The Federal Carbon Tax?
Eligible farmers must complete form L402, which is available at the following link:
Eligible greenhouse operators must complete form L404, which is available at the following link:
If you would like us to send you these forms, or if you have any questions/difficulty downloading them, get in touch and we would be happy to help you.
Please note we cannot provide fuel exempt from the Federal Carbon Tax, unless we have a completed copy of the required form on file.
As noted on each exemption form, the original certificate is to be provided to your supplier. Keep a copy of the certificate with your records and do not send the certificate to the Canada Revenue Agency.
Please make sure you have your completed forms returned to us in a timely manner, as we can not retroactively make adjustments!
We also encourage you to continue to monitor our webpage for further information. If we receive additional information or clarity from our industry and government contacts we will promptly update the website with new and relevant information.
We also encourage our customers to review the regulation and to understand the expectations and penalties for making a false declaration. If you have questions, please let our customer account representatives assist.
Please also note:
The Government of Canada has introduced the new climate action incentive payment. If you are a resident of Ontario, you can claim it when you file your income tax and benefit return. We share this for your information only as it has no connection to our service to you. You can find out more at Canada.ca/climate-action-incentive.