Percé, September 8, 2021 – At the regular meeting of the municipal council of the City of Percé on September 7, the mayor, Mrs. Cathy Poirier, and the municipal council, announced the tabling of a draft by-law aimed at establishing a regulatory fee whose purpose will be finance municipal tourism infrastructure, starting in the spring of 2022.
The regulatory fee will relate to the provision of certain goods and services, including catering, tourist accommodation, the sale of souvenirs and recreational tourism activities. It will be in the form of a debit of one ($ 1) dollar for any transaction greater than an amount of twenty ($ 20) dollars, carried out by a visitor to Percé and in the amount of one ($ 1) dollar for each night billed to visitors and spent in tourist establishments in the city of Percé.
It is important to note that people whose place of residence is located on the territory of the City of Percé or who own an assessment unit located on the territory of the City of Percé will be exempt from this fee upon presentation. of their citizen card. It will be the traders of Percé who will be mandated to collect the royalty. In return, the latter will receive a discount on the deposits they make.
Follow this link to view all the Draft by-law 575-2021 imposing a regulatory fee.