If you can demostrate that you have no such intention by giving evidence such as houses and stocks you have remained in Canada. You may be granted entry. But the decision is made by the immigration officer. If you failed, you can hire a lawyer to appeal to the court. An alternative is to apply for visa as an previous immgrant to Canadian Embassy, you will assessed again. The whole idea of no more than 183 days away form Canada is a yardstick to measure your intention. There is possibility that you will be refused to entry with in 183 days, according to immigrantion law, although I do not think I happens. If you really want to know the detail, find immigration laws supplied on line.
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