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Virtual English Conversation Circle

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Online via Zoom
Tuesdays, April 6th to June 29th
6:30 to 8:00 p.m.

Advanced registration required through Community Development Council Durham, Community Connections, at communityconnect@cdcd.org or 905-686-2661 x121

Practice speaking English and learn more about the Clarington community and life in Canada! Join the Virtual English Conversation Circle and discover English as a Second Language resources, get connected to your community, and practice your English-speaking skills.

Presented in partnership with Community Development Council Durham.

 

Location: 
Date: 
Repeats every week every Tuesday until Tue Jun 29 2021.
Tuesday, April 6, 2021 - 6:30pm to 8:00pm
Tuesday, April 13, 2021 - 6:30pm to 8:00pm
Tuesday, April 20, 2021 - 6:30pm to 8:00pm
Tuesday, April 27, 2021 - 6:30pm to 8:00pm
Tuesday, May 4, 2021 - 6:30pm to 8:00pm
Tuesday, May 11, 2021 - 6:30pm to 8:00pm
Tuesday, May 18, 2021 - 6:30pm to 8:00pm
Tuesday, May 25, 2021 - 6:30pm to 8:00pm
Tuesday, June 1, 2021 - 6:30pm to 8:00pm
Tuesday, June 8, 2021 - 6:30pm to 8:00pm
Tuesday, June 15, 2021 - 6:30pm to 8:00pm
Tuesday, June 22, 2021 - 6:30pm to 8:00pm
Tuesday, June 29, 2021 - 6:30pm to 8:00pm
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Resilience Workshop

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Online
Wednesday, May 5
6:30 to 8:30 p.m.

Advanced registration required through the Carion Fenn Foundation, at www.carionfenn.org/resilience-workshop.html, smcm@carionfenn.org, or 289-923-8170.

The virtual Resilience Workshop will focus on building one’s resilience and the capacity to recovery from difficult times. Learn how to recognize, build, or continue to build your resilience.

The wellness event features mental health speakers, including Dr. Floyd Spence, Elevasyon, Canadian Mental Health Association Durham, and Lakeridge Health, followed by a Q&A and breakout session.

Presented in partnership with the Carion Fenn Foundation, Lakeridge Health, and Ajax Legion, and sponsored by the Municipality of Clarington and the Islamic Society of Ajax.

Resilience Workshop flyer.

 

Location: 
Date: 
Wednesday, May 5, 2021 - 6:30pm to 8:30pm
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Easter Monday: All Locations Closed

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Please note that all locations will be closed on Good Friday (April 2), Easter Sunday (April 4), and Easter Monday (April 5).

Regular hours are in effect on Saturday, April 3.

 

Date: 
Monday, April 5, 2021 - 10:00am to 7:30pm
Audience: 

Easter Sunday: All Locations Closed

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Please note that all locations will be closed on Good Friday (April 2), Easter Sunday (April 4), and Easter Monday (April 5).

Regular hours are in effect on Saturday, April 3.

 

Date: 
Sunday, April 4, 2021 - 10:00am to 4:30pm
Audience: 

Good Friday: All Locations Closed

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Please note that all locations will be closed on Good Friday (April 2), Easter Sunday (April 4), and Easter Monday (April 5).

Regular hours are in effect on Saturday, April 3.

 

Date: 
Friday, April 2, 2021 - 10:00am to 7:30pm
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Virtual Tax Clinic

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Online via email, phone
Appointments available Tuesday, March 30 to Monday, April 12

Advanced registration required; space is limited. Register online, in-person, or by phone.
No charge.

Get the tax help you need at a free virtual clinic, hosted in partnership with Community Volunteer Income Tax Program (CVITP). Volunteers will provide personal tax preparation assistance virtually for low-income individuals and their dependents for the 2020 tax year.

The clinic is available for individuals without dependents with a gross income of less than $35,000, or for families consisted of up to 2 individuals and their dependents with a gross income of less than:

  • 2 Persons - $45,000;
  • 3 Persons - $47,500;
  • 4 Persons - $50,000;
  • 5 Persons - $52,500;
  • More than 5 Persons - $52,500 plus $2,500 for each additional person.

For more information and a list of other free tax clinics, please visit Revenue Canada.

CVITP volunteers will contact participants to set up an appointment to be held between Tuesday, March 30 and Monday, April 12.

Presented in partnership with Community Volunteer Income Tax Program (CVITP).
 

Registration Notes

  • Attendees will be contacted by a CVITP Volunteer to determine their exact appointment date and time and provide information on preparing for their appointment. Appointments will be held betweeen Tuesday, March 30 and Monday, April 12.
  • Registrants must agree to eligibility and authorization disclaimers.
  • Each appointment can consist of one (1) dependent family (two (2) adults and their dependents). Families with non-dependents should make a second appointment.
     

Income Eligibility Disclaimer

Clients will be asked to present documentation at the start of the appointment to verify they are qualified for this service. You must meet the criteria at the time of the appointment, or you will not be served.

Assistance is provided for the 2020 tax year only.

Total family income is under:

  • 1 Person - $35,000;
  • 2 Persons - $45,000;
  • 3 Persons - $47,500;
  • 4 Person - $50,000;
  • 5 Person - $52,500;
  • More than 5 Persons - $52,500 plus $2,500 for each additional person.

Volunteers cannot prepare complex returns, such as returns for individuals who:

  • are self-employed or have employment expenses* (please see exception below);
  • have business income and expenses;
  • have rental income and expenses;
  • have interest income over $1,000;
  • have capital gains or losses;
  • filed for bankruptcy in the tax year (or the year before, if that return has not yet been filed);
  • are completing a tax return for a deceased person; or
  • have foreign property (T1135)

* Simple tax exception:
Individuals who have a T4A slip, Statement of Pension, Retirement, Annuity, and Other Income, that shows self-employed or business in box 048 may be eligible to have their return completed through the CVITP if the following conditions are met:

  • The CVITP volunteer is comfortable in preparing a return with the T4A income;
  • The total income in box 048 is under $1,000;
  • No expenses are claimed; and
  • The taxpayer is not registered as a GST/HST registrant and is not required to be one.
     

Consent and Authorization Disclaimer

1. Due to the conditions presented by COVID 19, Clarington Public Library is not able to offer the usual in-person assistance to prepare and file your income tax and benefits return. Instead, the service is being provided using alternative communication methods. In completing your tax return, volunteers will be discussing information that is personal to you. The methods that they will use to communicate with you may not be secure. While all reasonable efforts have been made to ensure that your personal information is protected during the course of the required communications, volunteers cannot guarantee this. 

Participants must consent to the use of a cell phone, cordless telephone and/or potentially unsecure email for the purpose of discussions, communications, transmission of documents pertaining to completing their income tax and benefits return(s).

2. Your acknowledgement and consent is required before a CVITP volunteer can proceed with completing your return. A volunteer from the Community Volunteer Income Tax Program will prepare your income tax and benefits return(s) electronically with the information that is supplied by you. You understand that the volunteer is acting in the capacity of a volunteer that is affiliated with Clarington Public Library to provide this service to you. The volunteer is not an agent or a representative of the Canada Revenue Agency.

Participants must consent to a volunteer completing their tax return.
 

Registration

You may register in person at any branch, by phoning Member Services at 905-623-7322 x2712, or online using the form below.

If you experience any issues with the form below or if it does not appear correctly:

  • Please try using an alternate browser, such as Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox;
  • The event may be fully-registered. Please check back later to see if space has opened up.

 

Location: 
Date: 
Tuesday, March 30, 2021 - 9:00am to Monday, April 12, 2021 - 9:00pm
Audience: 

Clarington Comes Together: Join the Conversation to Support and Learn About Our Black Community

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Panel discussion online via Zoom
Wednesday, March 31
6:30 to 8:00 p.m.

Advanced registration required. Register online or by phone. No charge.

Clarington residents are invited to engage in important conversations surrounding resources and challenges for our Black community. This panel discussion will focus on education and career development, mental health, and policing, as well as answering questions submitted by the community.

Presented in partnership with the Municipality of Clarington's Diversity Advisory Committee - Anti-Black Racism Subcommittee.

Panelists:

Please click each panelist's name for their full biography.

Registration

You may register in person at any branch, by phoning Member Services at 905-623-7322 x2712, or online using the form below.

If you experience any issues with the form below or if it does not appear correctly:

  • Please try using an alternate browser, such as Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox;
  • The event may be fully-registered. Please check back later to see if space has opened up.

 

Panelist Biographies

Photo of Allison Hector-Alexander.

Allison Hector-Alexander

Director of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion at Region of Durham

Allison Hector-Alexander is an equity and inclusion specialist with over 15 years’ experience of creating and leading policy, education and training in anti-racism, anti-oppression, allyship and equity.

Allison is the director of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion at the Region of Durham. Her most recent work experience was as the director of the Office of Equity, Diversity, & Inclusion at Durham College where she had oversight for the College’s Diversity & Inclusion services, the Ontario Access and Inclusion program (RISE), and the Sexual Violence mandate. She was also responsible for the First People’s Indigenous Centre and Orientation & Transitions programming for all new students.

In 2018, Allison co-presented at the Black Portraiture Conference at Harvard University on Critical Race Theory, specifically, anti-Black Racism. Earlier in 2018, Allison led a group of colleagues to launch the Black Student Success Network on campus. This initiative continues to provide opportunities for mentoring, networking, and overall support to Black students and employees. In 2019, Allison co-chaired the first Social Justice Week at the College which provided opportunities for students, staff, and community members to engage in relevant equity-related topics.

She works from a feminist, anti-racist, and anti-oppressive framework. Her work also included designing, developing and facilitating skills development programs for women in transition from violence to independence. She has also worked with a wide range of clients including youth at risk and street involved youth, Ontario Works recipients, and new immigrants.

Allison has also been recognized with Champion Award by PFLAG Canada Durham Region for her work in creating inclusive spaces. Through her work in all areas of diversity on campus, the Region of Durham (Local Diversity & Immigration Partnership Council) has recognized her with the Diversity Champion award and in 2019, Allison was awarded the Madiba award.

Allison completed her Bachelor of Arts (Hons) degree in Adult Education and Digital Technologies and a Masters of Education degree with a focus on anti-oppressive practices, access, and equity in Higher Education.

Photo of Sophia Bishop.

Sophia Bishop

Founder of Elevated Living

Sophia Bishop is the founder of Elevated Living - a Personal Effectiveness lifestyle company. It provides training, tools and products to help individuals grow, achieve and be their best selves in their personal and professional lives.

Inspired by her grandmother’s teaching and her love and belief in the power of words, Sophia founded Elevated Living - a company that promotes success, “accepting only the best from ourselves and inspiring the same in others.” It is grounded in her TIFIDIN (THINK IT FEEL IT DO IT NOW) principle that states:

“What you THINK determines what you feel
What you FEEL determines what do
The cumulative effect of what you DO NOW
Defines and determines your life and legacy.”

Throughout the years, Sophia worked within the mental health and wellness sector. Committed to social justice and equity she served on the frontline in advocacy roles and at policy tables.

Within her portfolio, Sophia has developed and delivered:

  • Counseling programs for women who have been or are in abusive relationship and incest survivors.
  • ELEVATED Tea & Conversations – using tea as a conduit and engaging activity to allow people to share their thoughts, ideas and opinions based on their individual experiences, values and beliefs.
  • Diversity and Health Equity Training Program for health administrators, doctors, nurses and health care workers – equipping them with the knowledge needed to engage and deliver fair and culturally competent treatment to all patients, despite race, ethnicity, gender, economic status, age, and religion.
  • Elevated Leadership and Personal Effectiveness Training workshops to executives, entrepreneurs, leaders, educators, and elite athletes.

Committed to Community Care, Sophia has been the Founder, Director and Volunteer for a number of not-for-profit organizations and community programs including but not exclusive to Tropicana Community Services (Founding Member); We All Have Issues…Let’s Talk – Mental Health Program; and FEED - Female Education and Economic Development.

Photo of Joseph Maiorano.

Joseph Maiorano

Deputy Chief (Interim), Durham Regional Police Services

Deputy Chief Joe Maiorano (Interim) is currently the officer in charge of Policing Operations.

Joe has enjoyed a diverse career in frontline policing as a uniform patrol officer and as a member of the Service’s Tactical Support Unit. Throughout his career Joe experienced administrative assignments in policy development and planning, investigative assignments in the Criminal Investigations Bureau and Professional Standards Unit, Inspector roles in the Duty Inspector’s Office and Communications/911 Unit, and Superintendent of Patrol Operations, Operational Support and Patrol Support Branches.

Joe attended the University of Western Ontario where he earned his Bachelor of Arts (Economics) and continued his studies at Queen’s University earning his Master of Business Administration (Queen’s University).

Joe is noted for leading the successful transition of the Service’s multi-agency interoperable public safety radio system, building the system from the ground up. The system currently serves over 3400 users consisting of the police, eight municipal fire services, the Region of Durham, Ontario Tech University / Durham College security, and Ontario Power Generation Security and Emergency Services.

Joe has volunteered his time with a number of Boards in the Community and currently serves as the Durham Regional Police Service Diversity Advisory Committee Co-chair.

 

Location: 
Date: 
Wednesday, March 31, 2021 - 6:30pm to 8:00pm
Audience: 

Virtual Tax Clinic

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Online via email, phone
Monday, March 29
12:00 to 9:00 p.m.

Advanced registration required; space is limited. Register online, in-person, or by phone.
No charge.

Virtual Tax Clinic appointments will also be available Tuesday, March 30 to Monday, April 12.

Get the tax help you need at a free virtual clinic, hosted in partnership with Community Volunteer Income Tax Program (CVITP). Volunteers will provide personal tax preparation assistance virtually for low-income individuals and their dependents for the 2020 tax year.

The clinic is available for individuals without dependents with a gross income of less than $35,000, or for families consisted of up to 2 individuals and their dependents with a gross income of less than:

  • 2 Persons - $45,000;
  • 3 Persons - $47,500;
  • 4 Persons - $50,000;
  • 5 Persons - $52,500;
  • More than 5 Persons - $52,500 plus $2,500 for each additional person.

For more information and a list of other free tax clinics, please visit Revenue Canada.

Virtual Tax Clinics will also be held on Saturday, March 6 and Saturday, March 13.

Presented in partnership with Community Volunteer Income Tax Program (CVITP).
 

Registration Notes

  • Attendees will be contacted by a CVITP Volunteer to determine their exact appointment time and provide information on preparing for their appointment.
  • Registrants must agree to eligibility and authorization disclaimers.
  • Each appointment can consist of one (1) dependent family (two (2) adults and their dependents). Families with non-dependents should make a second appointment.
     

Income Eligibility Disclaimer

Clients will be asked to present documentation at the start of the appointment to verify they are qualified for this service. You must meet the criteria at the time of the appointment, or you will not be served.

Assistance is provided for the 2020 tax year only.

Total family income is under:

  • 1 Person - $35,000;
  • 2 Persons - $45,000;
  • 3 Persons - $47,500;
  • 4 Person - $50,000;
  • 5 Person - $52,500;
  • More than 5 Persons - $52,500 plus $2,500 for each additional person.

Volunteers cannot prepare complex returns, such as returns for individuals who:

  • are self-employed or have employment expenses* (please see exception below);
  • have business income and expenses;
  • have rental income and expenses;
  • have interest income over $1,000;
  • have capital gains or losses;
  • filed for bankruptcy in the tax year (or the year before, if that return has not yet been filed);
  • are completing a tax return for a deceased person; or
  • have foreign property (T1135)

* Simple tax exception:
Individuals who have a T4A slip, Statement of Pension, Retirement, Annuity, and Other Income, that shows self-employed or business in box 048 may be eligible to have their return completed through the CVITP if the following conditions are met:

  • The CVITP volunteer is comfortable in preparing a return with the T4A income;
  • The total income in box 048 is under $1,000;
  • No expenses are claimed; and
  • The taxpayer is not registered as a GST/HST registrant and is not required to be one.
     

Consent and Authorization Disclaimer

1. Due to the conditions presented by COVID 19, Clarington Public Library is not able to offer the usual in-person assistance to prepare and file your income tax and benefits return. Instead, the service is being provided using alternative communication methods. In completing your tax return, volunteers will be discussing information that is personal to you. The methods that they will use to communicate with you may not be secure. While all reasonable efforts have been made to ensure that your personal information is protected during the course of the required communications, volunteers cannot guarantee this. 

Participants must consent to the use of a cell phone, cordless telephone and/or potentially unsecure email for the purpose of discussions, communications, transmission of documents pertaining to completing their income tax and benefits return(s).

2. Your acknowledgement and consent is required before a CVITP volunteer can proceed with completing your return. A volunteer from the Community Volunteer Income Tax Program will prepare your income tax and benefits return(s) electronically with the information that is supplied by you. You understand that the volunteer is acting in the capacity of a volunteer that is affiliated with Clarington Public Library to provide this service to you. The volunteer is not an agent or a representative of the Canada Revenue Agency.

Participants must consent to a volunteer completing their tax return.
 

Registration

You may register in person at any branch, by phoning Member Services at 905-623-7322 x2712, or online using the form below.

If you experience any issues with the form below or if it does not appear correctly:

  • Please try using an alternate browser, such as Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox;
  • The event may be fully-registered. Please check back later to see if space has opened up.

 

Location: 
Date: 
Monday, March 29, 2021 - 12:00pm to 9:00pm
Audience: 

Virtual Tax Clinic

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Online via email, phone
Saturday, March 13
11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.

Advanced registration required; space is limited. Register online, in-person, or by phone.
No charge.

Get the tax help you need at a free virtual clinic, hosted in partnership with Community Volunteer Income Tax Program (CVITP). Volunteers will provide personal tax preparation assistance virtually for low-income individuals and their dependents for the 2020 tax year.

The clinic is available for individuals without dependents with a gross income of less than $35,000, or for families consisted of up to 2 individuals and their dependents with a gross income of less than:

  • 2 Persons - $45,000;
  • 3 Persons - $47,500;
  • 4 Persons - $50,000;
  • 5 Persons - $52,500;
  • More than 5 Persons - $52,500 plus $2,500 for each additional person.

For more information and a list of other free tax clinics, please visit Revenue Canada.

Virtual Tax Clinics will also be held on Saturday, March 6 and Monday, March 29.

Presented in partnership with Community Volunteer Income Tax Program (CVITP).
 

Registration Notes

  • Attendees will be contacted by a CVITP Volunteer to determine their exact appointment time and provide information on preparing for their appointment.
  • Registrants must agree to eligibility and authorization disclaimers.
  • Each appointment can consist of one (1) dependent family (two (2) adults and their dependents). Families with non-dependents should make a second appointment.
     

Income Eligibility Disclaimer

Clients will be asked to present documentation at the start of the appointment to verify they are qualified for this service. You must meet the criteria at the time of the appointment, or you will not be served.

Assistance is provided for the 2020 tax year only.

Total family income is under:

  • 1 Person - $35,000;
  • 2 Persons - $45,000;
  • 3 Persons - $47,500;
  • 4 Person - $50,000;
  • 5 Person - $52,500;
  • More than 5 Persons - $52,500 plus $2,500 for each additional person.

Volunteers cannot prepare complex returns, such as returns for individuals who:

  • are self-employed or have employment expenses* (please see exception below);
  • have business income and expenses;
  • have rental income and expenses;
  • have interest income over $1,000;
  • have capital gains or losses;
  • filed for bankruptcy in the tax year (or the year before, if that return has not yet been filed);
  • are completing a tax return for a deceased person; or
  • have foreign property (T1135)

* Simple tax exception:
Individuals who have a T4A slip, Statement of Pension, Retirement, Annuity, and Other Income, that shows self-employed or business in box 048 may be eligible to have their return completed through the CVITP if the following conditions are met:

  • The CVITP volunteer is comfortable in preparing a return with the T4A income;
  • The total income in box 048 is under $1,000;
  • No expenses are claimed; and
  • The taxpayer is not registered as a GST/HST registrant and is not required to be one.
     

Consent and Authorization Disclaimer

1. Due to the conditions presented by COVID 19, Clarington Public Library is not able to offer the usual in-person assistance to prepare and file your income tax and benefits return. Instead, the service is being provided using alternative communication methods. In completing your tax return, volunteers will be discussing information that is personal to you. The methods that they will use to communicate with you may not be secure. While all reasonable efforts have been made to ensure that your personal information is protected during the course of the required communications, volunteers cannot guarantee this. 

Participants must consent to the use of a cell phone, cordless telephone and/or potentially unsecure email for the purpose of discussions, communications, transmission of documents pertaining to completing their income tax and benefits return(s).

2. Your acknowledgement and consent is required before a CVITP volunteer can proceed with completing your return. A volunteer from the Community Volunteer Income Tax Program will prepare your income tax and benefits return(s) electronically with the information that is supplied by you. You understand that the volunteer is acting in the capacity of a volunteer that is affiliated with Clarington Public Library to provide this service to you. The volunteer is not an agent or a representative of the Canada Revenue Agency.

Participants must consent to a volunteer completing their tax return.
 

Registration

You may register in person at any branch, by phoning Member Services at 905-623-7322 x2712, or online using the form below.

If you experience any issues with the form below or if it does not appear correctly:

  • Please try using an alternate browser, such as Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox;
  • The event may be fully-registered. Please check back later to see if space has opened up.

 

Location: 
Date: 
Saturday, March 13, 2021 - 11:00am to 9:00pm
Audience: 

Virtual Tax Clinic

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Online via email, phone
Saturday, March 6
11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.

Advanced registration required; space is limited. Register online, in-person, or by phone.
No charge.

Get the tax help you need at a free virtual clinic, hosted in partnership with Community Volunteer Income Tax Program (CVITP). Volunteers will provide personal tax preparation assistance virtually for low-income individuals and their dependents for the 2020 tax year.

The clinic is available for individuals without dependents with a gross income of less than $35,000, or for families consisted of up to 2 individuals and their dependents with a gross income of less than:

  • 2 Persons - $45,000;
  • 3 Persons - $47,500;
  • 4 Persons - $50,000;
  • 5 Persons - $52,500;
  • More than 5 Persons - $52,500 plus $2,500 for each additional person.

For more information and a list of other free tax clinics, please visit Revenue Canada.

Virtual Tax Clinics will also be held on Saturday, March 13 and Monday, March 29.

Presented in partnership with Community Volunteer Income Tax Program (CVITP).
 

Registration Notes

  • Attendees will be contacted by a CVITP Volunteer to determine their exact appointment time and provide information on preparing for their appointment.
  • Registrants must agree to eligibility and authorization disclaimers.
  • Each appointment can consist of one (1) dependent family (two (2) adults and their dependents). Families with non-dependents should make a second appointment.
     

Income Eligibility Disclaimer

Clients will be asked to present documentation at the start of the appointment to verify they are qualified for this service. You must meet the criteria at the time of the appointment, or you will not be served.

Assistance is provided for the 2020 tax year only.

Total family income is under:

  • 1 Person - $35,000;
  • 2 Persons - $45,000;
  • 3 Persons - $47,500;
  • 4 Person - $50,000;
  • 5 Person - $52,500;
  • More than 5 Persons - $52,500 plus $2,500 for each additional person.

Volunteers cannot prepare complex returns, such as returns for individuals who:

  • are self-employed or have employment expenses* (please see exception below);
  • have business income and expenses;
  • have rental income and expenses;
  • have interest income over $1,000;
  • have capital gains or losses;
  • filed for bankruptcy in the tax year (or the year before, if that return has not yet been filed);
  • are completing a tax return for a deceased person; or
  • have foreign property (T1135)

* Simple tax exception:
Individuals who have a T4A slip, Statement of Pension, Retirement, Annuity, and Other Income, that shows self-employed or business in box 048 may be eligible to have their return completed through the CVITP if the following conditions are met:

  • The CVITP volunteer is comfortable in preparing a return with the T4A income;
  • The total income in box 048 is under $1,000;
  • No expenses are claimed; and
  • The taxpayer is not registered as a GST/HST registrant and is not required to be one.
     

Consent and Authorization Disclaimer

1. Due to the conditions presented by COVID 19, Clarington Public Library is not able to offer the usual in-person assistance to prepare and file your income tax and benefits return. Instead, the service is being provided using alternative communication methods. In completing your tax return, volunteers will be discussing information that is personal to you. The methods that they will use to communicate with you may not be secure. While all reasonable efforts have been made to ensure that your personal information is protected during the course of the required communications, volunteers cannot guarantee this. 

Participants must consent to the use of a cell phone, cordless telephone and/or potentially unsecure email for the purpose of discussions, communications, transmission of documents pertaining to completing their income tax and benefits return(s).

2. Your acknowledgement and consent is required before a CVITP volunteer can proceed with completing your return. A volunteer from the Community Volunteer Income Tax Program will prepare your income tax and benefits return(s) electronically with the information that is supplied by you. You understand that the volunteer is acting in the capacity of a volunteer that is affiliated with Clarington Public Library to provide this service to you. The volunteer is not an agent or a representative of the Canada Revenue Agency.

Participants must consent to a volunteer completing their tax return.
 

Registration

You may register in person at any branch, by phoning Member Services at 905-623-7322 x2712, or online using the form below.

If you experience any issues with the form below or if it does not appear correctly:

  • Please try using an alternate browser, such as Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox;
  • The event may be fully-registered. Please check back later to see if space has opened up.

 

Location: 
Date: 
Saturday, March 6, 2021 - 11:00am to 9:00pm
Audience: 

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