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The lower-income spouse should claim all medical expenses on behalf of the entire family for Canadian Income Tax. The lower your net income, the more you can claim in eligible medical expenses. But since the credit is nonrefundable the spouse who is making the claim should have sufficient income to absorb the entire credit.


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