You may be eligible if:
- your 2021 municipal residential property taxes are paid in full
- you lived at the property as your primary residence in 2021
- you receive or are eligible to receive the Guaranteed Income Supplement (GIS) or the Allowance from Service Canada
If you’re not already receiving the Guaranteed Income Supplement (GIS) or the Allowance, you can check with Service Canada to see if you’re eligible for them.
You need to apply for the rebate by 31 December 2022.
Proof of residency in Province
- lease agreement
- rent receipt
- household bill
- cable television
- driver's license
- vehicle registration or car insurance
- membership in social or professional organization
- bank information
- employment information
Proof of housing situation
- letter from landlord about your housing situation
- eviction notice
- disconnection notice
- police report about an incident involving your housing
- moving company quote or invoice
- list of repairs needed in home
- list of expenses for renovations needed for independence in the home
- proof of home ownership (mortgage, property ownership)
Social Insurance Number
- confirmation of SIN letter
- plastic SIN card (non-expired)
- Complete both sides of the rebate application.
- Check the application for details on all required supporting documents.
- Send your completed application and supporting documents (including tax information) by mail or fax. Or visit Access Nova Scotia.
For general enquiries on property tax rebate for seniors’ contact:
Phone: 902-424-5200 Toll-free: 1-800-670-4357 Fax: 902-428-2164
Mailing address: PO Box 283, CRO, Halifax NS B3J 2N7