Child went to school in ON but personal residence is in AB. Trasfered deduction to AB parent. Child has stayed in ON after finishing school. Does she lose the AB tuition carry forward as she now lives in ON?

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NO she does not loose any tuition that is carried forward from AB. 

When filing next years (2014) taxes she will enter the amounts shown on the Notice of assessment onto Line 1 of Schedule 11 and Line 1 of the Ontario Schedule 11.  the exact instructions and explainations are at the bottom of the Provincial(ON) Schedule 11

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