Free Tax Clinics at Toronto Public Library

Volunteers, with training from the Canada Revenue Agency run free clinics during tax season at several Toronto Public Library branches, to assist lower income individuals in the preparation of their income tax returns.

The clinic at the North York Centre Library will run from March 2 – April 30, 2010, 9am-2pm (Tuesdays to Fridays, and closed April 2), on a first-com/first served basis.

Visit for further details on other clincs and tax workshops being hosted by your local branch.


  1. Diamond

    Tac clinic help all year long:)

    Fax 416-848-7985
    Web site
    Address 1033 King St W, Toronto, ON, M6K 3N3
    Location (Intersection) Toronto West (Strachan Ave and King St W)
    Contacts Judi Snively, Co-ordinator, Adult Learning Supports, 416-848-7980 ext 235,
    Hours Mon-Fri 9-5 * Adult Learning — Mon-Thu 9-9, Fri 9-5
    Languages of service English
    Eligibility Adult Learning — persons 19 years and over, grade 12 education or less * Financial Advocacy and Problem Solving — adults with low incomes and their families
    Physical access Wheelchair accessible building including main entrance and barrier free washrooms
    Service description Adult Learning Programs — General Educational Development (GED) high school equivalency preparation * part time program, days or evenings * Academic Upgrading college entry preparation in partnership with George Brown College * part time evening program * English/Communications and Computer Basics

    Financial Advocacy and Problem Solving — Miryam Zeballos, Coordinator, 416-848-7980 ext 245 * information, referral and advocacy — social assistance, income tax, credit, debt, financial services, savings, assets * public education * policy development * service in Chinese (Cantonese, Mandarin), English, Spanish, Tamil

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