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Alberta Indian Tax Exemption Card (AITE)

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September 17th, 2021

As of Monday, October 4th, 2021, the Alberta Indian Tax Exemption Card (White Card) will no longer be accepted as proof of eligibility for tax exempt purchases from on reserve retailers.

In place of the AITE card (white card) First Nations people will be able to use one of the following as proof of eligibility for tax exemption.

  • Secure Certificate of Indian Status           (SCIS)
  • Certificate of Indian Status                        (CIS)  (laminate one)

Secured Certificate of Indian Status / Certificate of Status

I will be issuing Certificate of Indian Status (laminate one) and I can also help filling out the SCIS applications once office reopens.

Please feel free to call me if you have any questions in regards to this memo.

Home #: 780-869-2238

Cell #:  780-649-1480

Thank you in advance for your patience and please stay safe.

Linda Noskiye

Peerless Trout # 478

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