According to the Canada Revenue Agency's website:
"Effective for the 2016 taxation year, the maximum eligible amount per child will be reduced to $500 from $1,000 for the children’s fitness tax credit (which will remain refundable for 2016) and to $250 from $500 for the children’s arts tax credit. The supplemental amounts for children eligible for the disability tax credit will remain at $500 for both credits for 2016. Effective for the 2017 and subsequent taxation years, both credits will be eliminated."
Full details can be found here: http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca/gncy/bdgt/2016/qa06-eng.html
Prep Studies is not authorized to issue T2202A forms to students. We can provide a signed statement confirming that you studied at the post-secondary level for you to submit with your tuition receipt, however, these statements must be requested each year. Please contact us at 474-9797 or email@example.com to make your request.
In order to receive the signed statement, students must submit documentation to Prep Studies confirming they have completed the RCM or Conservatory Canada Grade 8 Certificate and are now pursuing practical and/or theoretical studies beyond that level. The total fees in the calendar year for advanced study must amount to more than $100.
All decisions are administered by the Canada Revenue Agency and any questions should be directed to CRA. Having a receipt and signed statement does not guarantee a tax credit will be granted for post-secondary study.