Taxation of Vaping Products
Current Status: Closed
Vaping poses risks, especially to young people. In addition to raising revenues, vaping taxation could become an effective means to help curtail harmful consumption of these products. Budget 2021 announced the Government of Canada’s intention to introduce a new taxation framework for the imposition of excise duties on vaping products in 2022.
This consultation provided stakeholders an opportunity to share views and feedback on the proposed framework. Consultations ran from April 19, 2021 to June 30, 2021. Thank you to everyone who participated.
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We will analyze your feedback and will consider it alongside the analysis our departmental officials are conducting to help inform decisions on the implementation of excise duties on vaping products in 2022.
While these formal consultations have concluded, Canadians are welcome to share their ideas and comments with the Department of Finance at any time.
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