The Centre d’action bénévole L’Actuel offers a tax return service to low-income people.

The service is offered to residents of: Vaudreuil-Dorion, Pincourt, L’Île-Perrot, Notre-Dame-de-L’Île-Perrot, Terrasse-Vaudreuil, Pointe-des-Cascades, St-Lazare, Hudson, Vaudreuil-sur-le-Lac, L’Île-Cadieux, Les Cèdres.


Tax returns are done by volunteers March 4 to April 18, 2024

Appointments are also available throughout the year.


By appointment only.

People must make an appointment by dialing 450 455-3331 ext. 222, starting February 1, 2024.



88 Adèle Street, Vaudreuil-Dorion J7V 9L1.



  1. The user must call 450 455-3331, ext. 222 to obtain an appointment;
  2. The user must come to the appointment at L’Actuel to drop off the documents, fill out the documentation form and sign the authorizations;
  3. A volunteer completes and transmits the tax return.;
  4. A time slot is given to the user to pick up his/her documents at L’Actuel.

Eligibility Criteria

The income for 2023 must not exceed:

– $35,000 for a single person;

– $45,000 for a couple;

– $45,000 for an adult with one child ($2,500 for each additional child or post-secondary student);

Interest income must be less than $1,000.


We complete simple returns only. Bankrupcies and companies are not accepted.


Volunteers DO NOT prepare returns for individuals with complex tax situations, including:

-Returns of deceased individuals;
-Individuals filing for bankruptcy;
-Self-employed individuals;
-Individuals reporting capital gains or losses
-Individuals reporting employment expenses;
-Individuals reporting business or rental income and expenses
-Individuals who sold a residence in 2023

Checklist of required documents


-Notice of assessment

– Employment insurance benefits;                                          

– Old Age Security Pension;

– pension plan benefits;                                                

– other retirement benefits;

– social assistance benefits;

– interest income.  


– medical expenses;

– child care expenses;  

– sports fees;                                                             

– tuition fees;                                                       

– donations. 

For tenants

-Statement 31 given to them by their landlord.

For landlords

-Municipal tax bill.

For seniors 70 years of age or older

– Current and previous year’s lease (for apartment buildings);

– Lease or lease schedule (for seniors’ residences);

– Copy of the information return (for condominiums);                                       

– Receipts for certain home maintenance services (services related to domestic tasks or personal assistance) such as housekeeping, snow removal, meals on wheels, etc.

Are you missing any government documents? You can contact:

Canada Revenue Agency 1-800-959-7383

Revenu Québec 514 864-6299