My son lives in another province and billets out as a hockey player. does he have to say YES he moved on his taxes? His new address would be a billet house.

His new address is a billet house and he'll be moving back home with us when the season ends. 


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Generally, a temporary move to another province does not affect residency status.  This is often the case where a student lives in one province, attends university in another province but returns home when the school year is over, or like your son who lives in another province during the hockey season and then returns home.  You should enter his address as your home address as this is where he normally resides,  and his province of residence on Dec 31 should be noted as the province where your home is located.  He should answer NO to the question regarding changing province of residence.

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