Vaping Excise Tax - What You Need To Know!
The Canadian Government has implemented a federal vaping excise tax on all e-liquid products. This applies to products made in Canada like all VapeMeet e-liquids or those imported into the Canadian market. This tax affects e-liquids, disposables and pre-filled pods.
All e-liquid products made before October 1st are exempt from excise taxes. Products made after this date will be affixed with an excise stamp and are subject to excise taxes.
All products made or imported before October 1st are exempt from the vaping excise taxes until December 31st, 2022. Starting January 1st, 2023, ALL products containing e-liquid will be stamped and subject to the excise tax.
HOW ARE EXCISE TAXES CALCULATED?
- $1.00 for every 2mL for the first 10 mL of e-liquid per sealed container.
- $1.00 for every 10mL of additional e-liquid over the first 10 mL in the same container.
HOW WILL PRICES BE AFFECTED?
- 30mL e-liquids will incur an excise tax of $7.
- 60mL e-liquids will incur an excise tax of $10.
- 120mL e-liquids will incur an excise tax of $16.
- Pre-filled vape pods (STLTH, Vuse, etc) will see an excise tax based on the e-liquid volume per pod and number of pods contained in a package.
- Disposable devices (Breeze, Ghost, Allo, etc) will see an excise tax based on the e-liquid volume contained in the device.