Fuel Tax Exemption for Indians

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The Program for Administering the Fuel Tax Exemption for Indians was introduced so that Indians, band councils and band-empowered entities that are registered for the Program can purchase fuel at service stations situated on reserves or in Indian settlements in Québec without having to pay the fuel tax, provided the fuel is intended for their own use. The Program has been in effect since July 1, 2011.

The following tables list the Indian reserves and settlements in Québec.

  • Akwesasne
  • Cacouna
  • Coucoucache
  • Doncaster
  • Essipit
  • Gesgapegiag
  • Kahnawake
  • Kebaowek
  • Kitigan Zibi
  • La Romaine
  • Lac-John
  • Lac-Rapide
  • Lac-Simon
  • Listuguj
  • Maliotenam
  • Manawan
  • Mashteuiatsh
  • Matimekosh
  • Mingan
  • Natashquan
  • Obedjiwan
  • Odanak
  • Pessamit
  • Pikogan
  • Timiskaming
  • Uashat
  • Wemotaci
  • Wendake
  • Whitworth
  • Wôlinak
  • Chisasibi
  • Eastmain
  • Hunter's Point
  • Kanesatake
  • Kawawachikamach
  • Kitcisakik
  • Mistissini
  • Nemaska
  • Oujé-Bougoumou
  • Pakuashipi
  • Waskaganish
  • Waswanipi
  • Wemindji
  • Whapmagoostui
  • Winneway

To benefit from the Program, Indians, band councils, tribal councils and band-empowered entities must register to obtain an Attestation d'inscription (registration card).

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