This April, the Community Volunteer Income Tax Program (CVITP) is partnering with Service Canada and the provincial government to offer additional services at one-stop “Super-Clinics”.

Sydney – Thursday, April 4th 4pm - 8pm Royal Canadian Legion
Truro – Saturday, April 6th 10am – 3pm Truro Library
Kentville – Friday, April 12th 4:30pm – 8:30pm Salvation Army
Halifax – Saturday, April 13th 10am – 3pm Capt. William Spry Community Centre
Dartmouth – Tuesday, April 16th 3pm – 7pm Dartmouth North Community Food Centre 140-6 Primerose St.

Information on CVITO’s regular tax clinics is available online at:

Free Tax Filing on site – The Canada Revenue Agency, local volunteers & community partners are collaborating to complete and file tax returns at no charge. Identification and tax information is required. For free tax filing individuals need to have a simple tax situation and modest income. Suggested maximum household income levels are as follows:
1 person - $35,000 2 person - $45,000 3 person - $47,500 4 person $50,000
5 person - $52,000 5+ person - $52,000 + $2,500 per person

Sign up for the Canada Learning Bond – Eligible families have been invited to sign up for the Canada Learning Bond for their school-age children. No cost or investment is required. Provincial representatives will be available to help with the online sign up. Children must have a Social Insurance Number. No invitation? Come by anyway!

Get a Social Insurance Number – Service Canada will be on-site to provide SINs. Bring your child’s birth certificate to obtain a SIN for them, which is necessary to register for the Canada Learning Bond.

Rebate & Consumer Information – Service Nova Scotia will be providing information on provincial rebates and other consumer programs.