星期二，魁北克政府宣布对省级税务机关l’Agence du Revenu duQuébec采取完全相同的措施。
OTTAWA — Canadians will have one extra month to file their taxes to the Canada Revenue Agency, the National Post has learned.
The announcement will be made tomorrow by federal ministers as part of a larger series of financial measures to assist Canadian individuals and governments through the COVID-19 pandemic.
So instead of an April 30 filing deadline for the 2020 tax season, Canadians will have until June 1 to submit their income tax return to CRA. The deadline to pay off any outstanding balances interest-free will also be extended, this time to July 31.
Businesses will also have more time to pay their taxes without paying any interest or penalties. The new deadline will be July 31 to pay any corporate taxes or make any scheduled instalment payments.
Tuesday, the Quebec government announced the exact same measures for the provincial tax authority, l’Agence du Revenu du Québec.