If you were a deemed resident of Canada in 2017, please answer the following question: 266
Did you own or hold specified foreign property where the total cost of amount of all such property, at any time in 2017, was more than CAN$100,000? See "Specified foreign property" in the guide for more information. ........................
Yes 1 No 2 If yes, complete Form T1135 and attach it to your return. If you had dealings with a non-resident trust or corporation in 2017, see "Other foreign property" in the guide.
Determining your residency status Were you a non-resident of Canada in 2017?
You are a non-resident of Canada for tax purposes throughout any period in which you do not have significant residential ties in Canada and you are not a deemed resident of Canada.
What income should you report? – Report your income from Canadian sources such as the taxable part of your scholarships, fellowships, bursaries, net research grants, income from a business that does not have a permanent establishment in Canada, net partnership income (limited or non-active partners only), and taxable capital gains from disposing of taxable Canadian property, as shown under the income lines applicable to non-residents of Canada in the guide.
Complete this schedule and attach it to your return if you were a non-resident of Canada or a deemed non-resident of Canada for all of 2017 (including if you are electing under section 217 and/or section 216.1 of the Income Tax Act).