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Ahead of tax season, the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) is debunking some of the most common tax myths in Canada.

The CRA warns that misunderstanding tax laws could leave you exposed to “serious financial and legal problems,” so here are some of the most common myths to be aware of so you can stay out of trouble.

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If you’ve been working from your bedroom, kitchen table or couch over the last year, you could be eligible for the government’s new work from home tax deduction in Canada.

It was opened up to millions of people ahead of tax time in 2021, to give money back to Canadians who’ve been working from home due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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If you want to be a COVID-19 contact tracer in Ontario, you’ll want to make sure to put “able to navigate through difficult conversations” on your resume.

It can be a tough gig — one that takes a lot of patience and understanding — and it’s not without its own stressors. As Ontario reports 1,837 new COVID-19 cases and 58 more deaths as of Friday, January 29, with 51 confirmed cases of the U.K. variant found in the province to date, contact tracers continue to be super important in the province’s effort to track and stop the source of the spread.

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Grocery store and pharmacy workers are now eligible for Ontario's free child care program in places where schools are closed for in-person learning.

On Monday, the provincial government announced the expanded list of frontline workers who are eligible for the program as of Wednesday, January 27.

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Donald Trump is leaving behind the White House on his last day in office, but not before pardoning a number of people including two high-profile rappers. 

The last-minute clemencies come as he steps down from his term as president and gives way to incoming President Joe Biden.

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