It really all depends on your residency status, which can be determined here https://turbotax.community.intuit.ca/replies/2647682
Reporting foreign income on your Canadian tax return can get tricky, so for tax purposes, your residency status is the first thing the CRA wants to know.
Non-residents and deemed non-residents - report your income from Canadian sources such as the taxable part of your scholarships, fellowships, bursaries, net research grants, income from a business without a permanent establishment in Canada, and taxable capital gains from disposing of taxable Canadian property.
Deemed residents - report your world gross income. World income is income from all sources both inside and outside Canada.
Because of the many variables, please review the links provided below for a greater understanding of your tax obligations as a newcomer to Canada.
- CRA on residency status and tax obligations https://bit.ly/2HUDcM8
- CRA What income do you have to report? https://bit.ly/2X4hpcZ
- An additional link from Allan Madan, he is a CPA, CA and the founder of Madan Chartered Accountant Professional Corporation. Also an International Tax Expert with further clarity https://bit.ly/2U7f4Mn