Staybridge Toronto Mississauga

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6791 Hurontario St, Mississauga, Ontario, L5T 2W1, Canada
Staybridge Suites Toronto Mississauga
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sales tax

by yarisblue

Hi everyone

Could someone please advise me how much sales tax is added on when buying in Canada.

Thanks for any replies.

RE: sales tax

by mim95

The provincial tax is 8% and the federal Goods and Services Tax (GST) is 7%, but after July 1, it will drop to 6%.

RE: RE: sales tax

by YVRDave

In other Provinces it is different if you plan to travel out of Ontario.
On large purchaces like Computers/Software you can request your GST back.
You can get the PST/HST rebated if purchaced in Quebec.

RE: RE: sales tax

by CdnJane

Remember that the sales tax is added at the cash register - so figure that you will be currently adding on 15% (after July 1st 14%) to the ticket price. This is true for restaurants as well, but in Ontario there is also a liquour tax but don't ask me what that is... just know that drinking gets ruddy expensive!!!

RE: RE: sales tax

by yarisblue

Hi everyone

Thanks for your replies. Am quite surprised that you have to add on both the provincial tax and state tax to all items bought, making a total sales tax of 15%/14%. I just thought that the tax would have been 8% (as in Florida, tax added at till is 7%). Still, I suppose I cannot complain, the sales tax here in the UK is 17 and a Half Per Cent.

RE: RE: sales tax

by CdnJane

Years ago before the GST (Goods and Service Tax) was brought in, we had a federal sales tax which was buried in the price of merchandise, and was a variable rate, depending upon the item. Then, through the wonders of Government it was decided to set a flat GST rate. It is not charged in grocery stores on most basic food items. The Maritime provinces (Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland & Labrador, and Prince Edward Island) have blended their provincial taxes with the GST into a HST rate.
When the GST came out there was a debate of whether it would be included into the price of items or not, but I think it was kept separate for retailers to point out to the public what the government was charging them. There was some confusion for awhile when people went to some stores where GST was not included and then others where it was included - it was hard to compare, without a calculator, where you were getting the better price. In Ontario, I think the majority of retailers add the tax at the cash register.

Travel Tips for Mississauga

Urban Wildlife and Birdwatching

by Faiza-Ifrah

The entire Peel District offers many spots for observing wildlife and birds. Birds, especially, can be observed at many conservation parks, gardens, and even in the backyards of residential homes.

Mammals are difficult to sight, but if you are patient, mother nature will reward you with a sighting of coyotes, deers, skunks, woodchucks, and even beavers.

May and October are the best months for watching birds as they migrate through the region.

As spring comes, so does the Red-Tailed Hawk (see picture), which can be observed sitting on telephone cables and on top of electric poles for long periods of time waiting for prey on the ground. A pair of Canada Geese will be often seen with their chicks following them even on busy roads. Put a birdfeeder in your backyard and Cowbirds, Common Gackles, doves, Toohies, and even shy Blue Jays will flock in.

This is by no means an exhaustive list. In 2005, my husband decided to take snapshots of birds in our backyard. We counted 15 different species in peak summer months. But do remember that many species do not visit backyards.

Welcome to the Suburbs

by platiinum

I can't imagine anyone deciding on Mississauga, Ontario for their travel destination.
I'm assuming that people that visit Mississauga, usually stop by as they are driving through it, or visiting someone who resides in 'Sauga'.
That said, Mississauga is a very diverse city, which makes for great restaurants and fun festivals.
Whether you enjoy Indian, Polish, Italian cuisine, you are sure to find a restaurant that appeals to you in Mississauga.
Plenty of stores are situated in Mississauga, but for the most part they are popular names like Guess, Winners, Le Chateau.. which you can find in almost any Canadian city.

"Port Credit"

Port Credit is by far my favourite area in Mississauga.
The village atmosphere and waterfront trail make it a picturesque setting.
Along Lakeshore Rd. you can find an array of different little boutiques, that offer everything from handmade chocolates to shoes.
The Waterfront Trail is perfect for a stroll, or bike ride.
Everyone is sure to find something to do/enjoy in Port Credit.

Rotary Movie Nights in The Park
The Rotary club of Mississauga Lakeshore, invites everyone to come out with friends, family, lawnchairs, blankets and popcorn for a free night of movies under the stars.
The movie line up is as follows:
Friday, July 10 - Madagascar Escape 2 Africa
Friday, July 17 - Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
Friday, July 24 - E.T.
Friday, August 7 - Ironman
Friday, August 14 - Journey to the Centre of the Earth
Friday, August 28 - UP

Movie nights are held at Port Credit Memorial Park , which is located at 20 Lakeshore Rd. E. in Port Credit.

*movies start at 8:15pm


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Address: 6791 Hurontario St, Mississauga, Ontario, L5T 2W1, Canada