suqiang12
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Now my stocks are penny-less, so I went to bank clearing them up, by the way of gifting the security to TD Waterhouse. Is it considered as capital loss?

 
fuzzy
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Investors and rental owners

I am surprised that TD Waterhouse cannot offer you any answers or support in this regard.  If these were publically traded shares and are traded or signed over in an arms length transaction, you should be able to claim your loss. If these are shares other than publically traded, perhaps you should contact Canada Revenue at 1-800-959-8281 for their guidance

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Leeanne-TurboTax
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Investors and rental owners

Good afternoon,

Thank you for your question.  I have found a great link that may help with your situation: http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca/tx/ndvdls/tpcs/ncm-tx/rtrn/cmpltng/rprtng-ncm/lns101-170/127/cmpltng/txbl/t...

Leeanne@TurboTax


suqiang12
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Investors and rental owners

This is not the answer to the question
suqiang12
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Investors and rental owners

Thanks for your answer. My stocks are listed on TSX venture. I just found the answer: http://advisors.td.com/public/projectfiles/1d1bd573-fe93-45de-884d-453d027fdf82.pdf
fuzzy
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Investors and rental owners

Thanks for posting back.  Very useful info.  I'm sure it will help others.