When purchasing an investment, there is no tax event and thus there is nothing for you to report on your tax return in the year in which you make an investment.
As the company grows and expands, the company may choose to pay out a dividend or interest, in which case the company would send you a tax slip at the end of the year to include in your tax return.
If your investment is eligible for a provincial tax credit, it is the responsibility of the company to file the paperwork with the provincial government to process the your tax receipt. The application filing takes place in February of the following tax year, and investor tax slips are made available to investors in time for the April 30th filing deadline. These tax slips are distributed via the company and the filing responsibility is with the companies.
This is generic tax information, as FrontFundr does not provide specific tax advice. Please consult your tax advisor for specific information relating to your investment.