The Ontario senior homeowners’ property tax grant (OSHPTG) is intended to help offset property taxes for seniors who own their own home and who have low to moderate incomes. This program is funded entirely by the Province of Ontario. The Canada Revenue Agency administers this program for Ontario.
Alberta Seniors Property Tax Deferral Program allows eligible senior homeowners to defer all or part of their property taxes through a low-interest home equity loan with the Alberta government. If you qualify, the Alberta government will pay your residential property taxes directly to the City of Calgary on your behalf. You re-pay the loan, with interest, when you sell the home, or sooner if you wish.
You can apply for the Government of Alberta Seniors Property Tax Deferral Program at any time of year; however, for the Province to pay your property tax on your behalf by the due date of June 30 and avoid penalty, the Government of Alberta Seniors Property Tax Deferral Program must receive your application by May 31.
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Site where house was gutted by fire and family forced out of trailer sold for unpaid taxes
Albert Kramberger, Special to Montreal Gazette
Published on: June 24, 2015 | Last Updated: June 24, 2015 2:47 PM EDT
St-Lazare sold off Allan Bassenden’s former Leduc Street property to collect unpaid municipal taxes.
This past spring, the town had issued a public notice that it would hold an auction of properties for 2013-2014 tax arrears if the owners do not make amends. According to the town, Bassenden and his wife owed about $7,000 in back taxes for the property at 1610 Leduc St., where their home was gutted by fire in March 2011.