Information about the Court’s Registry and access to services provided to counsel and self-represented litigants.
Links to the Tax Court of Canada Act and to those statutes under which the Court has jurisdiction to hear appeals and references.
The Tax Court of Canada has a total of seven separate Rules of procedure by which appeals may be heard, depending on the nature of the appeal.
On occasion the TCC issues a Practice Note in order to assist the parties on the application and utilization of the various Rules.
This section contains all the forms necessary to proceed with an appeal before the Court.
Application deadlines and procedure to request an extension of time to file an appeal before the TCC.
This section describes the specific procedure to be followed depending on the nature of your appeal, whether it be related to Income Tax, GST, Employment Insurance or the Canada Pension Plan.
The list of fees required to file an appeal with the Tax Court.
Steps required in order to request interpretation services for a proceeding before the Court.
This section contains recent and important notices concerning new or modified Rules of procedure or practices which find application in your dealings with the Tax Court of Canada, be it while filing documents or pleading your case.
If you are not satisfied with the outcome of your appeal before the TCC you may appeal to the Federal Court of Appeal within the prescribed deadline.
In the event you choose to represent yourself in your appeal, this video and explanatory note will provide some assistance to you.