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If you have more than $100,000 (at cost) in foreign you are required to declare the assets on your T1 Canadian personal income tax return and file a form T1135. Foreign assets include US securities held in a Canadian brokerage account. If you did not do so you are subject to penalties, which can be avoided with a Voluntary Disclosure.

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