what is the address to mail my tax returns please?

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Please click the link below to display the list  of tax centres for filing the tax return and mail your completed return to tax filing centre in your area:

http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca/cntct/t1ddr-eng.html

Here is the list:

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Send your return to the following:

For individuals served by Tax Services Offices in:

1. British Columbia, Yukon, and Regina

Canada Revenue Agency
Tax Centre
9755 King George Boulevard
Surrey BC  V3T 5E6

2.  Alberta, Manitoba, Northwest Territories, London, Saskatoon, Thunder Bay, and Windsor

Canada Revenue Agency
Tax Centre
Post Office Box 14001, Station Main
Winnipeg MB  R3C 3M3

3. Toronto Centre, Toronto East, Toronto North, Toronto West, Barrie, and Sudbury (the area of Sudbury/Nickel Belt only)
 
Canada Revenue Agency
Tax Centre
1050 Notre Dame Avenue
Sudbury ON  P3A 5C2

4. Laval, Montréal, Nunavut, Ottawa, Rouyn-Noranda, Sherbrooke, and Sudbury (other than the area of Sudbury/Nickel Belt)

Canada Revenue Agency
Tax Centre
Post Office Box 4000, Station Bureau-chef
Shawinigan QC  G9N 7V9

5. Chicoutimi, Montérégie-Rive-Sud, Outaouais, Québec, Rimouski, and Trois-Rivières

Canada Revenue Agency
Tax Centre
2251 René-Lévesque Boulevard
Jonquière QC  G7S 5J2  

6. New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Kingston, Peterborough, and St. Catharines

Canada Revenue Agency
Tax Centre
Post Office Box 12072, Station A
St. John's NL  A1B 3Z2

7. Prince Edward Island, Belleville, Hamilton, and Kitchener/Waterloo

Canada Revenue Agency
Tax Centre
105 - 275 Pope Road
Summerside PE  C1N 6E8
 

8. Non-resident individuals:
Mail your T1 return to:

International Tax Services
102A - 2204 Walkley Road
Ottawa ON  K1A 1A8

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Hope this helps.

Thank you.
Hardev
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