Canada Post Service Disruption

Coronavirus (COVID-19)

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What You Need to Know

The information on this page will help you continue to receive the amounts you are entitled to and meet your tax obligations during the postal service disruption. Check back often for the most up-to-date information.

Individuals

Getting your cheques
Important

Only cheques for the following will be issued during the postal service disruption:

  • support payments
  • shelter allowance
  • solidarity tax credit

You can pick them up at your local employment centre (CLE) or Services Québec office. To find the CLE nearest you, use the online locator.

Cheques will be issued on the following dates:

Nord-du-Québec, Côte-Nord and GaspésieÎles-de-la-Madeleine regions October 12, 2018
Other regions October 11 and 12, 2018
Important
You have 10 business days to pick up your cheque once it becomes available. Be sure to take note of the CLE's or Service Québec office's business hours. Unclaimed cheques will be returned to Revenu Québec.

Note that all income tax refund cheques will be held until postal service resumes.

Direct deposit—the simplest, most efficient way to get the amounts you are entitled to!
Register for direct deposit to have us deposit the amounts you are entitled to directly into your bank account, even during the postal service disruption.
Making payments

To ensure that we receive your payments on time, you can make them:

  • online, using your financial institution's payment services;
  • in person, by bringing your remittance slip to your financial institution; or
  • in person, at one of our offices.
Filing a notice of objection

During the postal service disruption, you can file your notice of objection:

Note that notices of objection will be accepted via email only until postal service resumes. Also note that the email address given above is not a secure address and that confidentiality therefore cannot be guaranteed.

Businesses

Filing returns

Use our online services to make sure that we receive your consumption tax returns as well as your source deductions and employer contributions returns on time.

As for income tax return, click Filing the Corporation Income Tax Return for more information. 

Making payments

To ensure that we receive your payments on time, you can make them:

  • online, using your financial institution's payment services;
  • in person, by bringing your remittance slip to your financial institution; or
  • in person, at one of our offices.
Getting refunds

All cheques will be held until postal service resumes. Register for direct deposit to have us deposit the amounts you are entitled to directly into your bank account.

During the postal service disruption, you can register for direct deposit by faxing a copy of form LM-2-V, Request for Direct Deposit: Individuals in Business, Partnerships, Corporations and Other Legal Entities, along with a voided cheque, to 1 866 342-1805. 

If you have any questions about registration, call us.

Direct deposit—the simplest, most efficient way to get the amounts you are entitled to!

Filing a notice of objection

During the postal service disruption, you can file your notice of objection:

Note that notices of objection will be accepted via email only until postal service resumes. Also note that the email address given above is not a secure address and that confidentiality therefore cannot be guaranteed.

Voluntary disclosure

Making a voluntary disclosure or related payment

During the postal service disruption, you can file your voluntary disclosure form or make your payment:

  • by fax, at 514 285-3388
  • by courier, at the following address: 
    Direction principale des divulgations volontaires
    et du recouvrement international
    Revenu Québec
    Complexe Desjardins, secteur D128DV
    C. P. 5000, succursale Place-Desjardins
    Montréal (Québec)  H5B 1A7
  • in person, by bringing your documents to one of our offices in a sealed envelope addressed to: 
    Direction des divulgations volontaires
    Revenu Québec
    Secteur D128DV
    C. P. 5000, succursale Place-Desjardins
    Montréal (Québec)  H5B 1A7

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