Do i need to fill income tax return even though i just studied in that year but didnt work?

I m temprory resident in canada. I came here as international student for attending september 2009 session of a program. My program ended in may 2010, it was of two semesters. I paid tution fee for first memester in 2009 and the other one in 2010. So i got two T20 forms for yars 2009 and 2010. After my study i started working and first time i filled my income tax return with the help of H & R Block for year 2010 and send the request for carry forwarding the amonut of my 2009 fee. I got some cash back after week of applying the tax return. After another week i got another letter saying " Did you fill the tax return for year 2009 and they asked for the proof ". After that i did not do any thing, Now its time to fill tax retun so that thing came to mind again. I dont think i am getting any benifit of paid fee in 2009. So what should i do? Do i have to fill income tax for the year 2009 for getting banefit for my paid fees in 2009 seperately?

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