Ganesh (anonymous)

I have a doubt in canadian tax residency rules. I am a new immigrant of canada from India through the PR route. As per my country’s taxation laws – i am a resident. But as per canadian tax laws also – i am a resident effective from the date when I land. And canada has a tax treaty with india specifying tie breaker clauses for residency. So, if in both countries I am a resident ,will the tax treaty supercede the canadian tax rules? And if it is determined as per the tie breaker that I am a tax resident of India, Can I consider myself to be a non resident of canada, till end of India’s financial year? Is my understanding correct?