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CRA Declares Nova Scotia Man to Be Deceased. The Problem? He is Still Living

A 69-year-old man from Cape Breton, Nova Scotia is struggling to rectify what he calls a “mind-boggling” mistake by the Canada Revenue Agency: the CRA believes that he is dead. The man is concerned that due to this error, he will be cut off from Old Age Security and Canada Pension Plan income that he very much depends upon. What Happened? The man’s wife passed away in January 2017. When he contacted the CRA,… Read More