I am a permanent resident for >20 years. I also have a corporation for 20 years of which I am the sole shareholder. I do have other employees in Canada, and the coporation obviously has records office and bank accounts here. Now, in this wonderful age of the internet, I can actually work from anywhere. So I'm now considering working from anywhere for more than 730 days/5 years (probably 8-10 months a year). I am having a really hard time finding definitive answers as to whether this would be OK under the act. Note that the corporation was not established primarily to allow for this scenario. I registered the business 20 years ago to be a real business - which it still is. However, I am not being "assigned" out-of-country - I'm simply "choosing" to sit in warmer places where there is an internet connection in order to do my work. I'd still be filing taxes in Canada, paying employees in Canada and drawing a salary into a Canadian bank account myself. Can anyone provide me to definitive answers on why/how this is allowed or not please? I would like to ensure that I can keep my residency and keep the renewal process relatively painless.