I have a client who is in the military and has a RL-1 from Quebec. They moved from Quebec to Manitoba in Sept/16 Do I need to do a one pay for Quebec for the RL-1

I have a client who is in the military.  Both him and his wife moved from Quebec to Manitoba in Sept/16.  He has an RL-1 from Quebec.  Do I need to do a One PAY for the RL-1?  I ordered the ONE PAY and couldn't get it to activate.  I called Profile and they tell me I don't need a ONE PAY for this.  What do I do about the RL-1?


i dont think the taxpayer needs to file TP1 return if the residency is not QC any more. 
the fact that the person serves in military and temporarily in QC for part of year strongly supports that the individual is not QC residents.
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