In 2019 Emma was a lottery winner, and took home a jackpot of $1,000,000. She decided to treat herself to two years of travel. Prior to her trip she had never left Canada. In 2020, when the pandemic hit, Emma decided to stay put at an AirBNB on a secluded island off the coast of Honduras. She earned $50,000 of income during her travels, as she has recently become an Instagram influencer. Emma is single, with no dependents. She is looking forward to returning to Canada once the pandemic is over.Indicate how Emma would be taxed in Canada for the year ending December 31, 2020. Your answer should explain Emma’s residency status, and what parts of and for what time period her income would be subject to Canadian taxation.