The answer is no. According to Revenue Canada, any location at or from which the employee regularly reports for work or performs the duties of employment is generally considered a regular place of employment. An employee can have more than one regular place of employment, which can change from time to time because of the nature of the employment situation. For example travel between a sales representative′s home and a regular place of employment is personal travel and the use of an employer's vehicle for this travel would give rise to a taxable benefit to the employee.
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