Employers will soon be able to distribute T4s electronically (provided certain conditions are met).
The new conditions only apply to T4s, and not other slips – such as T4As.
However, email will not be acceptable because it does not contain sufficient security features.
For more details, see http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca/gncy/bdgt/2017/qa08-eng.html
But that doesn’t necessarily mean they aren’t following you. Canada Revenue Agency monitors publicly available information, including social media posts, for certain Canadians (particularly “high-risk” taxpayers).
The Government of Canada provides analysis and detailed information on economic indicators using the most recent data from Statistics Canada on the website, www.ic.gc.ca/eic/site/cis-sic.nsf/eng/home. This website can help small to medium sized businesses understand the dynamics of their industries. Users can focus on a single industry over time or compare one industry against another.
Data is segregated based on the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code. Within each specific NAICS code is detailed financial performance data. Such data includes, for example, average gross margins, detailed breakdowns of expenses (e.g. repairs and maintenance, labour, professional and business fees) as a percentage of revenues, and certain financial ratios (e.g. current ratio, return on total assets).
Consider using this site to compare your costs as a percentage of revenues to other Canadian companies in your industry.
CRA’s My Account for Individuals and My Service Canada Account are now linked such that users can easily switch between online personal tax information and other benefits (ex. EI, CPP, and OAS).
CRA’s website is also in the process of being moved to https://www.canada.ca/en/revenue-agency.html. The old website http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca/menu-eng.html will remain available until the move to Canada.ca is complete.