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Foreign exchange gains or losses from capital transactions of foreign currencies (that is, money) are considered to be capital gains or losses. However, you only have to report the amount of your net gain or loss for the year that is more than $200 . If the net amount is $200 or less, there is no capital gain or loss and you do not have to report it on your income tax and benefit return. Report your net gain or loss in Canadian dollars. Use the exchange rate that was in effect on the day of the transaction.
Additionally, because your home is considered personal property, you are not allowed to clam the loss. Please see below:
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