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									Citizenship
 Being a Canadian
 citizen and dual
    citizenship
  What a Canadian
    citizen is

A Canadian citizen is someone
 who has lived in Canada at some
 point. As close back to 50yrs ago
 Canadian citizens were
 considered to be British subjects.
A certificate of
  citizenship
       What Dual
     citizenship is.

• Dual citizenship is when you are a
  citizen of two nations. You may be
  born in one country and live in
  another. That’s when you are a dual
  citizen.
       Why come to
        Canada?

• One of the many reasons that you
  should come to Canada is that all the
  amount of freedom that you get
  every day. Also the places for raising
  family’s are wonderful. Great job
  opportunities are plentiful.
    Our rights and
   responsibilities

The right to vote in elections
Minority language educational rights
Right to a fair trial
Freedom of peaceful assembly
Right to hold a Canadian passport
  How to become a
    dual citizen.


• Be 18 years of age or older
• Know about Canada (If you are
  between 18 and 54 years old)
• Be able to communicate in either
  English or French
• Know about the rights and
  responsibilities of citizenship

								
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