How to buy tax-exempt gas in Saskatchewan
In Saskatchewan purchases of fuel and tobacco products at First Nations retailers on reserve land are tax-exempt when a valid Certificate of Indian Status (status card) is presented at the time of purchase. On-reserve retailers will still pay taxes on their own purchases but they receive a refund after submitting to Saskatchewan Finance.
Saskatchewan is home to 70 First Nations with over 165,000 registered members. (85,000 off-reserve, 79,000 on-reserve). We are currently tracking 66 different gas stations on First Nations across the province. The most common chain for First Nations gas stations in the province is Petro-Canada, there are only a few other chains of gas station operating in the province with most First Nations gas stations being independent. There are First Nations gas stations in most major centres as well as in many rural/reserve locations. You can get directions and more details below.
- Province of Saskatchewan tax programs for First Nation Citizens: https://www.saskatchewan.ca/residents/first-nations-citizens/tax-programs-for-first-nations-citizens
- Indigenous peoples in Saskatchewan: https://www.sac-isc.gc.ca/eng/1601920834259/1601920861675
Gas Station listings for Saskatchewan
There are 71 gas stations in Saskatchewan. You can find out more about them and get directions below.
If you know of any other stations that should be listed here, please let us know, by telling us about a station we are missing.