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Fuel Tax Rebate Program

FTR – Harvesters, outfitters, tourism operators and quarriers

The Government of Nunavut has cancelled its Fuel Tax Rebate Program, as of May 14, 2018.

Any eligible petroleum products purchased or brought into Nunavut, and used before May 14, 2018, must be claimed within one year of purchase.

This program offers a fuel tax rebate to individuals for gasoline or diesel used in vehicles engaged in off-road activities. These vehicles include snowmobiles, all-terrain vehicles (ATVs), motor boats, motorcycles and other licensed vehicles. To qualify for the rebate, the fuel must have been purchased in Nunavut and taxed under the Petroleum Products Tax Act. Taxes paid on fuel used for personal or recreational use are not eligible for a rebate.

Application for Fuel Tax Rebate – Harvesters, Outfitters, Tourism Operators and Quarriers

Fuel Tax Rebate Program Guidelines - Harvesters, Outfitters, Tourism Operators and Quarriers

 

FTR - Mineral Exploration

The Government of Nunavut has cancelled its Fuel Tax Rebate Program, as of May 14, 2018.

Any eligible petroleum products purchased or brought into Nunavut, and used before May 14, 2018, must be claimed within one year of purchase.

Every person or organization who is engaged in mineral exploration may be eligible for a fuel tax rebate on fuel used in unlicensed machinery, equipment, registered snowmobiles and ATVs used in mineral exploration.

To be eligible:

The applicant must have a current prospecting licence.

The fuel must have been purchased in Nunavut or have been imported into the territory as per sections 3, 4 and 5 of the Petroleum Products Tax Act.

 

Fuel Tax Rebate Report 2012-13 and 2013-14

Fuel Tax Rebate Report 2014-15 and 2015-16