No she can’t have you deported, nor have your PR revoked. She can however claim child support from you and, if you’ve been working for the past 3 years and she hasn’t, she can probably go after spousal support.
You should be referring g to the Canadian government guidelines. Not some site from India.
It’s not uncommon for spouses to be denied a trv for the simple reason they are not visitor and intend to remain through sponsorship. While not illegal to do so, it does go against what a trv is actually for.
Apprenticeships are extremely difficult to obtain for foreign nationals. Employers still have to apply for a LMIA. The issue revolves around a required work permit and a student visa and the 4 years to complete.
Immigration probably sees your Canadian subsidiary as a means to obtain immigration and not a actual company. You have no employees that require managing for an ICT to be valid. Do you have any actual business transactions or dealing between the two entities?
You will be allowed to enter, but there is still the risk of being reported for not meeting residency obligation. IRCC has not indicated there will be any leniency regarding Covid and residency obligation. Does your family also have PR status?
Only through a land border with the US and without using commercial transportation ( walk, drive your own car). Any other means or from any other country will require a current PR card or a PRTD.
Note that the article you reference is for those with COPRs and immigration visas.
I’m curious....how many times can you apply for H&C? This all seems completely ridiculous that after being denied you can just apply again. Let’s hope IRCC/CBSA follow up with a departure order and removal.