Heres how much you should be tipping in every Canadian province

first_imgHere’s how much you should be tipping in every Canadian province Friday, June 29, 2018 Share Posted by Travelweek Group center_img << Previous PostNext Post >> Tags: Statistics, Tipping TORONTO — To tip or not to tip, and if so, how much?For Canadians embarking on road trips, day trips and cross-country trips this Canada Day long weekend, Square’s 2018 Tipping Trend Report has announced the standard tipping rates in every province and in major cities across Canada.Yes, tipping standards differ from province to province, so take note and be prepared to dish out!Here’s the full list of tipping averages in every province and territory:Prince Edward Island: 15.2%Yukon: 15%Northwest Territories: 15%New Brunswick: 14.9%Saskatchewan: 14.8%Nunavut: 14.4%Newfoundland and Labrador: 14.3%Nova Scotia: 14.2%Ontario: 14%Alberta: 13.9%Manitoba: 13.9%Quebec: 13.9%British Columbia: 13.4%In major Canadian cities:Regina: 15.8%Whitehorse: 15.4%Ottawa: 15.3%Yellowknife: 15.1%Halifax: 14.7%John’s: 14.7%Charlottetown:14.6%Fredericton: 14.6%Toronto: 14.6%Montreal: 14.2%Calgary: 14%Iqaluit: 13.6%Winnipeg: 13.5%Vancouver: 12.8%And how much you should be tipping at various businesses:Bars: 15.1%Outdoor Markets: 14.5%Coffee / Tea Shops: 13.7%Sit Down Restaurants: 13.5%Food Trucks: 13.1%Bakeries: 12.9%Catering: 12.6%Quick Service Restaurants: 11.9%Beauty and Barber Shops: 15.4Taxis and Limousines: 15%last_img

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