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A LOOK AT CANADA

A LOOK AT CANADA

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 A L
OOK AT
C
 ANAD
2007
EDITION
 
This booklet belongs to:
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A Look at Canada 
is produced for people applying for Canadian citizenship.Distribution to other users is limited. This publication may be reproducedin whole or in part for any non-commercial purpose relating to citizenship education.If you have any comments, please write to:Operational Management and Coordination BranchCitizenship & Immigration Program DeliveryCitizenship and Immigration CanadaOttawa, OntarioK1A 1L1
A Look at Canada 
can also be found and downloaded from theCitizenship and Immigration Canada Web site at
www.cic.gc.ca
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© Minister of Public Works and Government Services Canada, 2005Cat. No. Ci51-61/2005EISBN 0-662-3946-3
 
Message to Our Readers
A Look at Can ada
Congratulations! It took courage to decide to move to a new country. Your decision to become a Canadian citizen is another big step.
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To become a Canadian citizen, you must be able to speakEnglish or French. You must alsolearn about voting proceduresand Canada’s history andgeography, and know the rightsand responsibilities of citizenship.
Canadian citizens enjoymany rights, including equality rights,language rights and religious rights,just to name a few. But Canadiansalso have responsibilities. They mustrespect Canadian laws, and respectthe rights and freedoms of others.Canadian citizens must also be willingto get involved in their communitiesto help make Canada a better place.Canada has a long tradition of welcoming newcomers because theyincrease the diversity and richness of Canadian society. Canadians areproud of the peaceful and tolerantsociety they have built.This booklet will help you prepareto become a Canadian citizen.Good luck!
For informationabout Citizenshipand ImmigrationCanada, visit our Web site atwww.cic.gc.ca

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