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Being Safer - A Guide for Women with Intellectual Challenges
An Exploration of Promising Practices in Response to Human Trafficking in Canada
This Guide provides general descriptions of the temporary recapture of input tax credits (RITC) requirement that will apply as a result of the introduction of the Harmonized Sales Tax (HST) in Prince Edward Island (PEI). The RITC requirement will be proposed to be implemented by way of regulations...
On April 1, 2013, Prince Edward Island implemented the harmonized sales tax (HST) at a rate of 14 per cent - combining the existing five per cent federal goods and services tax (GST) with a nine per cent PEI component. This guide provides information on the streamlined accounting methods available...
Effective April 1, 2013, the Province has harmonized its sales tax with the federal goods and services tax. As part of the implementation of the harmonized sales tax (HST) the Province has enacted a new Retail Sales Tax Act which, in part, provides for a tax to be levied on the private transfer of...
A point-of-sale rebate of the PEI component of the HST paid on heating oil, children’s clothing, children’s footwear and books will be provided. This guide provides information on the point-of-sale rebate of the nine per cent PEI component of the HST.
Gender and diversity analysis takes into account cultural, social, economic and other differences among people.
Under the Canada-Prince Edward Island Comprehensive Integrated Tax Coordination Agreement (CITCA), PEI has agreed that, effective April 1, 2013, all PEI government departments, agencies, boards, commissions and Crown corporations will pay HST on their purchases of taxable property and services.
This guide contains information for individuals who are victims of human trafficking or who are in a position to assist such victims. It provides information on how to recognize a trafficked person, what steps to take and what services are available to help (2013 Edition).
The definition of a “new tire” was revised in June 1992. The revised definition of a "new tire” states that a tire is considered to be new until after its first purchase at a retail sale in the province.