Taxpayer Ombudsman joins Twitter

By Staff | June 11, 2013 | Last updated on September 15, 2023
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Canada’s Taxpayers’ Ombudsman J. Paul Dube has joined the twitter verse.

He’s launched an account to expand his reach to stakeholders last week, and says, “Twitter provides a new…way for…Canadians to stay informed about their rights as taxpayers.”

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The handle is @OTO_Canada, and he plans to use it to post about special reports, updated tips for taxpayers, and public announcements.

So far, Dube has posted once a day and has 16 followers. He’ll also assist taxpayers who feel they are being treated unfairly by the CRA.


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