Resident of BC & a university student in Montreal. Received Releve 1 and 8 forms for my tuition & scholarship, but can't find the option to enter them (free version). Ty!

I am a resident of BC and a university student at McGill University in Montreal. I received Releve 1 and 8 forms for my tuition & scholarship, but I can't find the option to enter them using the free version. I have already entered my T4A and T2202A forms. Thank you for your help!

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The Releve 1 and 8 forms are not applicable since you are a resident of BC, so you do not need to enter them.  The university probably issues the forms automatically because many of their students are QC residents and need the slips for their provincial tax returns.

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