2016-17 Levy Indicators

Carbon Levy Indicators

Under the Climate Leadership Plan, carbon levy is imposed on carbon-based fuels as of January 1, 2017. For more information about the administration of the Carbon Levy, please visit the Carbon Levy Overview page.

The following indicators provide a snapshot of TRA's 2016-17 fiscal year with respect to the administration of the carbon levy.

Number of Remitter
Registrations Processed
Number of Licences
Issued
Number of Inventory
Declarations
Carbon Levy
Revenue Recorded

550

220

550

$249.9 million

Back to Top

Emergency 911 Levy Indicators

Treasury Board and Finance administers the collection, reporting, and remittance of the 911 levy by wireless telecommunication providers operating in Alberta. For more information about the administration of the Emergency 911 Levy, please visit the Emergency 911 Levy Overview page.

The following indicator reflects TRA’s 2016-17 fiscal year with respect to the administration of the Emergency 911 Levy.

Emergency 911 Levy
Revenue Recorded

$15.9 million

Back to Top

Tourism Levy Indicators

Tourism levy is collected and remitted to TRA by the providers of temporary accomodation in Alberta. For more information about the administration of Tourism Levy, please visit the Tourism Levy Overview page.

The following indicator provides a snapshot of TRA’s 2016-17 fiscal year with respect to administration of the Tourism Levy Act.

Tourism Levy
Revenue Recorded

$77.6 million

Back to Top


 

Page last updated:  October 4, 2017