Support for Canadians affected by Hurricane Fiona

September 28, 2022

Ottawa, Ontario

Canada Revenue Agency

On September 24 and 25, 2022, Hurricane Fiona swept through Atlantic Canada and part of Quebec, causing heavy rain and high winds. Impacts included flooding, road washouts, downed trees, utility outages, and damage to coastal infrastructure.

This widespread damage is having a devastating impact on many businesses and Canadians residing in these areas. The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) understands that at this time, the safety and well-being of loved ones is the primary concern for those affected.

The CRA is committed to a proactive approach to providing relief to the communities and taxpayers impacted by this event whenever possible.

The CRA continues to review what measures are to be put in place, but can confirm the following measures for individuals, businesses and charities in the impacted areas and include:

Extension of:

Taxpayer relief:

The CRA reminds affected taxpayers of the following:


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