Canada is a country composed of immigrants from practically every country in the world. Canada's success is largely due to the contributions made by these immigrants. Each year, Canada welcomes 200,000 to 250,000 new immigrants.

Canada encourages immigrants to retain their unique culture.
Nowhere else is there such a diversity of cultures existing together in a highly tolerant and peaceful society.

No matter where you come from, once you are a landed immigrant you have all the rights of a Canadian citizen. These rights are protected under the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Should you wish to become a citizen, you can do so after you have lived in Canada for three years.

As a Canadian citizen, you can apply for a Canadian passport and you are eligible to vote.

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