Tax Literacy Courses

by the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA)

Demystify taxes and boost confidence in youth so they can do taxes on their own with these gamified online courses by the CRA. 

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Gamified tax literacy courses are now freely available for Canadian students and teachers on the ChatterHigh platform. 


Students will be able to access six courses designed to help them understand the Canadian tax system and give them the tools they need to confidently do their taxes on their own. 

Learn About Your Taxes course titles:

  1. Starting to Work
  2. Preparing to Do Your Taxes
  3. Completing a Basic Tax Return*
  4. After Sending the CRA Your Tax Return
  5. Purpose of Taxes
  6. Accessing Your Benefits and Credits

Students will answer questions by exploring information in the CRA's online learning tool "Learn about your taxes." The goal is to empower students to feel comfortable doing their own taxes by offering real-life examples of tax returns and tax slips and offering the appropriate digital resources and supports. 

But don’t just take our word for it! Take a look at the content yourself before incorporating it into your lesson plans. Fill out the form to get a breakdown of the course content and additional ChatterHigh resources. 

To access the courses directly on the platform, log in or create an account. 

*Students will earn a certificate of achievement issued by ChatterHigh!

Fill out the form below to get the question booklet

How it Works


ChatterHigh is a gamified content engagement platform used by students and teachers across Canada and the USA. Students receive a question that they answer by visiting the linked real-world resource. The activity can be done in class or at home, and it is self-marking so teachers can easily monitor progress.

Our Mindful Modules cover a range of topics for life after high school. These modules help learners develop core competencies by using an active learning format that is proven to increase hope and awareness.

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 By: Canada Revenue Agency (CRA)