If you lived or worked in another province as of the end of the year, you may be considered resident of the other province
You are considered "common law" if you are in a relationship for more than 12 consecutive months or have a child with your partner and living toghether
For additonal information regarding sale of principal residence visit this link
Principal residence reporting requirements
If you claim expenses against your employment or commission income attach a copy of form T2200 Declaration of Conditions of Employment provided by your employer.
For additonal information regarding office in home expenses visit this link
Home office expenses
Loss on investment in shares or loans to small business corporation
See www.businessloss.ca for additional details
An individual will be considered a first-time donor if neither the individual nor the individual's spouse or common-law partner has claimed the non-refundable charitable donations tax credit in any of the five preceding tax years.
The program must be minimum eight consecutive weeks duration or, in the case of children's camps, five consecutive days. Eligible fitness expenses up to $500 per child.
The program must be minimum eight consecutive weeks duration or, in the case of children's camps, five consecutive days. Eligible art expenses up to $250 per child.
$5,000 non-refundable tax credit for the first-time home buyers (or no house purchased in the last four preceding years)
Non-refundable tax credit for eligible supplies purchased, up to $1,000
Capital and non-capital losses, tuition amounts, capital gains reserve, RRSP contribution, moving expenses etc.