Discover Canada: The Rights and Responsibilities of Citizenship
Publisher: Citizenship and Immigration Canada 2010
Number of pages: 68
It took courage to move to a new country. Your decision to apply for citizenship is another big step. You are becoming part of a great tradition that was built by generations of pioneers before you. You need to know the information in this guide for the citizenship test.
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