Canada’s shared vape tax plan to double excise duties in participating provinces

Vaping products could soon get more expensive in several parts of Canada as a growing number of provinces sign on to an excise duty sharing plan put forward by the federal government.

Under the plan, excise duties on vaping products would double in participating provinces, as additional excise duties – equal to the federal government’s excise duty rate – would be imposed, with the additional revenue going to the province.

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