Mr. Bower was from Nova Scotia, where his children and grandchildren lived; he had bank accounts and some property in Canada. But he had moved to Indonesia where he had a spouse and small child. And there, the court concluded, he ordinarily resided, despite occasional visits to Canada.
(A condition of the CCTB is that the child reside with the parent; but there is no condition that the child herself reside in Canada.)
Bower 2013 TCC