No, the CRA does not send tax refunds through Interac
Monday 5 October 2009
The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has integrated Interac Online, an internet payment method which enables Canadians to make income tax payments directly from their bank accounts, without disclosing personal financial data.
As a result of the initiative, starting October 5th 2009, taxpayers and businesses will be able to pay online for various types of taxes, including income taxes, corporate taxes, payroll taxes, and GST, as well as make one-time payments and instalments. Interac Online works with existing online banking services of participating Canadian financial institutions.
Public Works and Government Services Canada, which establishes banking services for the Government of Canada, has made it possible for the CRA to implement this new service.