- The tuition tax credit has been extended to include courses at a post-secondary educational institution that are not at a post-secondary school level. This may include, for example, courses on basic literacy or numeracy, or learning a second language.
- Medical expense claims for reproductive technologies have been extended to include situations where the patient does not have a medical condition preventing conception. Claims will be allowed for 2007 and later years.
- Individuals can now pay their individual taxes, by cash or debit card, at Canada Post.
- Despite legal uncertainties, individuals may wish to review their estate planning, life insurance policies, and documents addressing Powers of Attorney and advanced directives, related to physician assisted dying.
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