Search on Narcity


The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has announced that they will be sending out repayment letters to Canadians who may have gotten COVID-19 benefits along with other financial help from the government.

Per a statement to Narcity, the CRA has said that any Canadians who received the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB), as well as employment insurance (EI), could be subject to repayment of some, or all, of the extra cash they got.

Keep reading... Show less

Almost 13,000 Canadians may have been victims of CERB fraud in Canada, recent court documents have revealed.

A class action lawsuit certified on August 25 has suggested that hackers fraudulently applied for COVID-19 benefits on behalf of as many as 12,700 Canadians following a CRA data breach in 2020.

Keep reading... Show less

For those with national student loans, you're being reminded that interest on loans is still frozen and won't start to be applied again until 2023.

On August 17, 2022, Justin Trudeau tweeted about the upcoming start of the school year and what the federal government is doing to help students.

Keep reading... Show less

Almost 100,000 students in Canada may be able to dodge full CERB repayments after the feds discovered an "inequity" in the current system.

It means eligible students will be able to deduct the amount they could have received under the Canada Emergency Student Benefit (CESB) from the CERB repayments they're expected to cover.

Keep reading... Show less