Record #: PSD0602
Last Modified: 25 Jan 2022
Last Full Update: 12 Jan 2022


Description (Service) COVID-19 Response 
Due to the pandemic, the 2022 tax clinic will not be done in person. Individuals can set up a telephone appointment by calling 1-800-685-1521, Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm. Instructions for the phone session will be given and a time and date set. 
Regular Service 
Hosted by the Sudbury Community Service Centre. For individuals unable to complete their income tax and benefit return themselves and are unable to pay for assistance, the Community Volunteer Income Tax Program (CVITP) may be able to assist. Volunteers can help complete the income tax and benefit return if income is low and tax situation is simple. 
Volunteers do not complete income tax and benefit returns for deceased persons, bankrupt individuals, or individuals who have capital gains or losses, employment expenses, or business or rental income and expenses. 
All individuals must have tax information documents with them (eg. T4,T5007, etc)

Service Details

Hours 2022: call Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm to set up telephone appointment.
Areas Served Chapleau ; Greater Sudbury ; Manitoulin Island ; Parry Sound ; Sturgeon Falls ; The North Shore ; Wawa ; White River
Eligibility Ages: 18 year(s) - 99 year(s) 
These suggested maximum income levels should serve as a guideline only: 
* Single - Up to $35,000 
* Couple - Up to $45,000 (combined income of a couple, or one adult with one child under 18) 
* add $2500 for each additional dependent child in the family 
Local community organizations have the flexibility to adjust or set additional eligibility criteria for taxpayers based on the local economic environment, the population they serve, and their own capacity 
Volunteers do not prepare tax returns for complex situations such as: 
* returns for deceased persons 
* individuals who file for bankruptcy 
* self-employed individuals 
* individuals who report capital gains or losses 
* individuals who report employment expenses, or business or rental income and expenses 
Eligible taxpayers normally served by the CVITP include: 
* Low-income individuals and social assistance recipients 
* Newcomers to Canada 
* Seniors 
* Students
Application Drop off at 1166 Roy Ave, Sudbury, ON. Clients serviced on a first come first serviced basis.
Languages English ; French - Reception, Programs
Fees None

Address and Location

Located In Community Greater Sudbury
Address & Map
1166 Roy Ave
Sudbury, ON
Canada P3P 1G9
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Intersection Lasalle Blvd and Roy Ave
Physical Access Fully Accessible

Contact Information

Toll Free Phone 1-800-685-1521
Primary Contact John Cockburn, Financial Empowerment Coordinator, Sudbury Community Service Centre; Phone: 705-560-0430 ext 242; Email:
Alternate Contact Francine Hebert, Financial Empowerment Manager, Sudbury Community Service Centre; Phone: 705-560-0430 ext 223; Email:

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