Canadian Citizenship

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Andrew Jackson states "every good citizen makes his country 's honor his own, and cherishes it not only as precious but as sacred. He is willing to risk his life in its defense and its conscious that he gains protection while he gives it" (1767-1845). A citizen is known to be a Native, or an individual who is legally entitled to a country. A citizenship is a piece of documentation that identifies whether a person is entitled to a country or not. A citizenship allows subjects to be vested with the rights, privileges, and duties as a citizen, in a nation. “Under the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, non-citizens are guaranteed most of the same rights as citizens, notably the right to equality and the right to fair and just treatment if…show more content…
There are many educational facilities that are suitee for everyone and anyone. Education is a formal and informal placement which is now divided in various stages such as preschool, kindergarten, primary school, secondary school, post-secondary or apprenticeship. These divisions are broken down into many more categories, such as private schools, catholic schools, christian school, or public schools. There are also faithway schools which are broughten by religious organizations such as a church, there are all male and all female schools, and many more other selections brought to individuals in society today where we can all learn (Education System in Canada, 2017). Every Canadian citizen has the right to education to at least pursue a high school diploma, but many individuals living in Canada do not receive the same right as Canadian citizens. For example, Indigenous people are excluded from these sources as not all are seen and considered a citizen of Canada. Not only that, but many individuals receive a Canadian citizenship if they commit to the nation. The government of Canada considers commitment through a good career or high level of education and experience which many indigenous people don 't have as they aren 't given that…show more content…
Citizenship is recognition of an individual. It is the identity an individual receives by committing to a nation, or if they were born in the nation. Canadians receive one as they are born here. Immigrants receive it as they stay in the country for 20 years and commit to the nation. Other individuals receive citizenship too as they are recognized as true and innocent Canadians yet, many indigenous individuals who have lived here for years and are born here are known to be different and looked as misbehaved people. As indigenous people are not looked in both a positive and negative manner but are only looked in a negative aspect, they are known to be excluded from the promise of a Canadian
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