Canada's tax system is experiencing major computer problems and has been forced to shut down the ability to file tax returns online.
Canada Revenue has had trouble dealing with the database that contains details for 25 million citizens, and the problem has led to the online filing system being suspended.
In the only piece of good news, the tax service said that the problems are internal, and that there is no evidence of hacking or sabotage.
High-profile issues have included the leaked details of MP Ken Dryden's tax information, and the mailing out of other citizens' personal information to users who had requested their own details.
The Revenue Minister's department insisted that the problem will not affect the date on which forms have to be filed, and that Canadians still had to meet the 30 April deadline.
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