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I am a senior family lawyer in Ontario.
Generally, common law spouses don't have property rights the way legally married spouses do. So in most cases the court would look at contributions. He made very little and has been living pretty close to rent free since November 2013 as the house then became yours. So he would owe you money it seems.
But aside from that the limitation period for him to sue you for an interest in the home has passed. He had two years to sue from November 2013.
He is a non-paying tenant and so has no right to remain in your home and must leave when you tell him to do so.
You don't owe him a thing and in fact he owes you for the rent.
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