The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) announced that its online services are fully restored, after the interruption caused by the security breach called Heartbleed , discovered last week.

Individuals, businesses and representatives may again produce their tax returns; make payments and access to all other services online through the website of the CRA.

The Canada Revenue Agency reminds everyone that it will not impose penalties on individuals who have filed their federal tax return after April 30, 2014, for a period equal to the duration of the outage. They have until May 5th to do so without penalty or interest.

However, taxpayers must still meet the deadline of April 30 to submit their provincial return.