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Don't you want to be able to vote, if you are over 18?
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Yes, I do, I just want to know if somebody else gets my info beside Elections Canada
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Only your name, address, date of birth, and Canadian citizenship status are given to Elections Canada to ensure that your information is up to date. If you report a change of address to the CRA, you will not have to do so with Elections Canada. The information is not given to anybody else.
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If you tick "No" to one or both questions (or do not make a choice)
  • The CRA will not give any of your information to Elections Canada.
  • You will not lose your right to vote.
  • Elections Canada will not remove your information from the Register if it is already there.
  • If there is an election or referendum and you are not already registered, in order to vote, you will have to take the necessary steps to be added to the electoral list. More information can be obtained directly from Elections Canada.

http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca/E/pub/tg/5000-g/5000-g-01-14e.html#P117_6941



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Thank you!
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They have far to much info now

I would like to know this the second filing for 2014 use turbo in mar must not have been rec at rev can
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Hopefully this time you received a 6 digit confirmation number proving that CRA received it.  If not, you may not have completed the process and netfiled it.  Turbotax does not do it for you.