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Discover Canada

Discover Canada



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Published by The Globe and Mail
Citizenship and Immigration's new guide book, released Nov. 12, 2009
Citizenship and Immigration's new guide book, released Nov. 12, 2009

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Published by: The Globe and Mail on Nov 12, 2009
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Discover Canada
The Rights and Responsibilities of Citizenship
of Citizenship
I swear (or affirm)That I will be faithfulAnd bear true allegianceTo Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the SecondQueen of CanadaHer Heirs and SuccessorsAnd that I will faithfully observeThe laws of CanadaAnd fulfil my duties as a Canadian citizen.
de citoyenneté
 Je jure (ou j’affirme solennellement)Que je serai fidèleEt porterai sincère allégeanceà Sa Majesté la Reine Elizabeth DeuxReine du CanadaÀ ses héritiers et successeursQue j’observerai fidèlement les lois du CanadaEt que je remplirai loyalement mes obligationsde citoyen canadien.
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© Minister of Public Works and Government Services Canada, 2009This document is available in multiple formats upon request.Catalogue No. Ci1-11/2009EISBN 978-1-100-12739-2
Message to Our Readers
It took courage to move to a new country. Your decision to apply for citizenshipis another big step. You are becoming part of a great tradition that was built by generations of pioneers before you. Once you have met all of the legal requirements, we hope to welcome youas a new citizen with all the rights and responsibilities of citizenship.
Canada has welcomed generations of newcomersto our shores to help us build a free, law-abiding,and prosperous society. For 400 years, settlersand immigrants have contributed to the diversityand richness of our country, which is built on aproud history and a strong identity.Canada is a constitutional monarchy, aparliamentary democracy, and a federal state.Canadians are bound together by a sharedcommitment to the rule of law and to theinstitutions of parliamentary government.Canadians take pride in their identity and havemade sacrifices to defend their way of life. Bycoming to Canada and taking this important steptoward Canadian citizenship, you are helping towrite the continuing story of Canada.Immigrants between the ages of 18 and 54 musthave adequate knowledge of English or French inorder to become Canadian citizens. You must alsolearn about voting procedures, Canada’s history,symbols, democratic institutions, geography, andthe rights and responsibilities of citizenship.Canadian citizens enjoy many rights, butCanadians also have responsibilities. They mustobey Canada’s laws and respect the rights andfreedoms of others.This guide will help you prepare to become aCanadian citizen.
Good luck!
For information about Citizenship and ImmigrationCanada, visit our website at
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