Director changes in the last years and info page for T2

For T2 filing for the last years (2015, 2016, 2017) we had different directors on those years and no T2 filed yet. Now, on 2019 we are going to file tax returns for the last years. Do I need to put that time director/sigining officer for 2015-2016 T2 or the current (most updated) director/signing officer?

And how about the address if they changed the addess which one to enter in info? The current or the 2015 and 2016 ones?

Thanks in advance

(Federal and Ontario Corporations)

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 Please see the link below. I would also contacting Ontario and/or CRA to confirm what kind of information they would like to see.

https://www.ontario.ca/page/form-initial-return-notice-change-making-changes-corporate-information

 -Fab

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