If you have left Canada you will have to first establish your residency status to work out what your Canadian tax filing obligations are.
You will be required to file a tax return the year you leave Canada if you have a balance owed or you’d like to receive a tax refund. During the tax year you leave, you should complete the general income tax and benefit package for your province or territory of residence on the day you emigrated from Canada. Your tax-filing deadline will remain the same. You will have to file before April 30th, or if you have a business in Canada you will have until June 15th to file your tax return.
On your return you must report your worldwide income earned while you were a Canadian resident. After you are no longer recognised Canadian resident, you will only have to pay income tax on income earned in Canada.
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