Discover Canada: Rights and duties of citizenship to regain their freedom, democracy, human rights, rule of law and equality of men and women. The Canadian government hopes that the guidelines will help promote a better understanding of Canadian history and values and the importance of institutions like Parliament. It is the first time the wizard has undergone such a check because it was introduced in 1995.
"There is no conscription in Canada. But in the regular Canadian Forces (Navy, Army and Air Force) is a noble way to contribute to Canada and an excellent excellent career choice.
One of the fundamental principles of Canada is a constitutional state. Individuals and governments are governed by laws and not arbitrary. No person or group is above the law.
PART OF A JURY
When asked to do so, you are legally bound to serve. Part of a jury is a privilege which carries legal system because it depends on impartial juries composed of citizens.
VOTING FOR ELECTION
The right to vote comes with a responsibility to vote in federal, provincial or territorial and local.
HERITAGE AND ENVIRONMENT
Every citizen has a role to play in the prevention of waste and pollution while protecting natural, cultural and architectural heritage of Canada for future generations.
Millions of people volunteering their spare time to helping others without pay - to help people in need, helping your child's school, volunteering at a food bank or other charity, or encourage new arrivals to integrate. Volunteering is a great way to acquire useful skills and develop friends and contacts.
"People come from all over the world to apply for Canadian citizenship. It is much appreciated," said Minister Kenney. "We have people who want to become Canadians have a good understanding of their rights and responsibilities, and the values and institutions that are rooted in Canadian history. By increasing the guide, we increase the value of Canadian citizenship."
Before publishing the guide to Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) has sought the views of prominent Canadians, including public figures, writers and historians.
"Discover Canada should be in the hands of not only new Canadians, but each high school student in Canada," said Marc Chalifoux, executive vice president of the Dominion Institute Histo Rica. "All citizens who were born in Canada or not, need to understand how the institutions in this country came to be. This guide explains how."
Citizenship applicants due to a test or be interviewed by the end of February 2010 should read the old study guide, a look at Canada. The new guide should be used from March 2010.