- Get a fuel tax exemption permit
- Renew your fuel tax exemption permit
You can apply for a fuel tax exemption for permitted activities in Yukon. With an exemption permit number, you can get point-of-sale tax exemptions. This applies to eligible fuels at any authorized agent in Yukon.
Get a fuel tax exemption permit
There are two types of tax exemption permits for gasoline, diesel or aviation fuel:
- fuel used for permitted activities; and
- fuel used for space heating.
Fuel used for permitted activities
If you buy fuel for the following off-road commercial activities, you can apply for a fuel tax exemption:
- hunting or outfitting;
- tourism; or
Fuel tax exemptions are also authorized for off-road use by:
- golf course operations; or
- stationary generators.
Before you apply
- Complete an application form (FOT 5A) for each activity you undertake.
- Attach a copy of valid documentation each activity you undertake.
- Farming: current property assessment.
- Fishing: commercial fishing licence.
- Logging: timber permit.
- Mining: claim documents or water licence.
- Outfitting: outfitting operating certificate.
- Sawmill: business licence.
- Tourism: wilderness tourism licence.
- Trapping: trapping licence.
- Golf course: business licence.
Fuel used for stationary generators
You can also apply for a fuel tax exemption permit on fuel used for stationary generators.
- Download and complete the application form (FOT 5B).
Renew your fuel tax exemption permit
You must reapply for your fuel tax exemption permit every year.
Before you apply
- Complete the annual renewal form (FOT 5D)
- Include the following supporting documents:
- a summary of fuel bought in the last calendar year;
- a list of equipment used;
- a list of estimated fuel use for next year; and
- documents confirming involvement in the exempt activity.
Submit your application
In person: 2071 Second Avenue, 3rd floor, Whitehorse. We are open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Mail: Government of Yukon
Department of Finance (B-1)
If you have questions, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone: 867-667-5345, toll free in Yukon 1-800-661-0408, ext. 5345.