Given the current developments of the public health concerns around COVID-19, and as an effort to help mitigate the spread of the virus, please note that the tax clinics scheduled for March and April have been suspended until further notice.\nAlternate ways to file\nPlease know there are a variety of ways for you to file your tax returns:\n \nNETFILE: If you can access a computer, you can file online using CRA certified tax-filing software. There are a variety of software products to meet your needs, some of which are free!\n \nFile my Return: File my Return is a free, secure, and easy to use telephone service for eligible people with low income or a fixed income whose situations remain unchanged from year to year. Those who are eligible have received an invitation letter in the mail or in their T1 income tax and benefit package. The service makes it easy and lets you file your income tax and benefit through an automated phone service. \n \nPaper filing: You can still file your income tax return on paper. If you filed on paper last year and your address information with the CRA was up-to-date, you should have received your paper tax package in the mail by February 17, 2020.\n \nYou can view, download and order forms at canada.ca/taxes-general-package or call the CRA at 1-855-330-3305 to order a copy.\n \nIf you need to order a package, please keep in mind that it may take 10 days for delivery.\n \nWe are continuing to monitor the evolving situation closely in collaboration with other government departments and agencies.\n \nWe will continue to update this page as new information becomes available.\n \nThank you for your continued support and collaboration.