When you have multiple countries for Box 135 on your T5013, what do you put as the source country?

I have no foreign tax credits or anything like that to claim.  In this example, I just have Box 135 to complete.  In my case, Box 135 is made up from two countries.

At the bottom on the Turbo Tax screen for the T5013 it asks for the source country.  Hence, which one do I pick or do I leave it blank? Is this just an information field or does the CRA actually care?  This is further confusing because the only options in Turbo Tax are USA, Other Country #1, Other Country #2

Any advice, walkthroughs, or links would be great.

There is a answer that kind of explains what I want at the following site, but I would prefer an answer from this community.



If the income covers more than one  country use "Global" as the country name.   

This is an information field as  you  have correctly indicated.

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