You see that some provincial sales tax shows on the Canada country return, but some do not.
The Canadian GST/HST is used to report and remit sales and tax that occurred at the federal level and in provinces that implemented the harmonized tax rate. These jurisdictions are:
|Province||Type||PST||GST||HST||Total tax rate||Notes|
|British Columbia||GST + PST||7%||5%||12%|
|Manitoba||GST + PST||7%||5%||12%|
|Newfoundland and Labrador||HST||15%||15%|
|Prince Edward Island||HST||15%||15%|
|Quebec||GST + *QST||*9.975%||5%||14.975%|
|Saskatchewan||GST + PST||6%||5%||11%|
Provinces that require local reporting and remittance to be processed directly through them would be:
- British Columbia
When reconciling liabilities, you may run the Sales and Sellers Use Tax Jurisdiction Detail report in AvaTax and omit the sales and tax for BC, MB, QC, and SK.