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I've been reading a lot lately about portfolio allocation and how we can allocate different bits of our portfolio to different accounts (RRSP, TFSA, non-registered) to take advantage of favourable tax treatment.

My question is this: If one holds only ETFs that are traded on the TSX, does it matter how these ETFs are allocated? For example, I hold XSP (S&P 500 currency-hedged ETF), CWO (emerging markets), and XIN (international). Would it make any difference for tax purposes where I hold those ETFs or should I treat them the same as I would XIC or CRQ?

Thanks for the input.
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