The Canadian Revenue Agency (CRA) considers adaptive clothing to be a zero-rated supply, meaning it is taxed at 0% if a medical practitioner deems it is a necessary supply. Adaptive clothing, known as specially designed clothing
, is listed as a Medical and Assistive Device. The CRA explains that "a supply of clothing that is specially designed for use by an individual with a disability is zero-rated when the clothing is supplied on the written order of a medical practitioner for use by a consumer named in the order.
[...]". For more information, visit the Canada Revenue Agency
Q: "I’ve lost my receipts from my Geri Fashions purchases and I need them for tax purposes. What should I do?"
A: Please get in touch
with our friendly customer service team by email or phone and we’d be happy to provide you with duplicate receipts by email.