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How to handle spouse taxes when they live in another country and makes no canadian income?

Hi,

My spouse is US citizen which makes income in the US and Lives in the US.  She does not make income in Canada and is not a Canadian resident.  I'm a canadian citizen and make income in canada.  I do not live or make income in the US.

My spouse is the US will be filing a married jointly to take advantage of tax credit and using the foreign income exclusion to exclude my income from her taxes.

If she does that, is there any implications when I do my taxes in Canada?  I do not want to include her US income in my taxes since there are not tax advantages with doing that.

Thanks,
Derek