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and Canada. IN8.1. Investigate the meaning of culture and the origins of Canadian cultural diversity.. IN8.2. Appraise the influence of immigration as a factor in Canadian cultural diversity.. PA8.1. ID: 728246 Download Presentation

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Immigration, Citizenship, and Canada

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IN8.1Investigate the meaning of culture and the origins of Canadian cultural diversity.

IN8.2

Appraise the influence of immigration as a factor in Canadian cultural diversity.PA8.1Contemplate the implications of Canadian citizenship on the life of Canadians.

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Immigration:

Moving to live permanently in a foreign country.

Naturalization:

The legal way that a non-citizen in a country becomes a citizen or receives nationality

Citizenship:

A person has rights and responsibilities of a

country

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How to become a Canadian citizen?

Today a

person born in Canada or born elsewhere with at least one Canadian parent is automatically considered a Canadian citizen.

Newcomers to Canada can apply for citizenship after living in Canada for at least 3 years.

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Canadian Voting TimelineUntil 1849 Only men with lots of money and property

Until 1918 Canadian women, except if the women were First Nations or of Asian descent, could vote federally

Until 1948 A few years after WW2, Asian descent Until 1960 First NationsUntil 2000 HomelessUntil 2002 Prison Inmates

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Chinese Head Tax

1885-1923 (Just after WW1)

Collected 2 years earnings from Chinese immigrants ($50-$500) that made the government over $1 billion dollars 2006 – Prime Minister Stephen Harper formally apologizes to Chinese Canadians for the Chinese Head Tax and Exclusion Act. The government offers $20,000 to living Head Tax payers

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Conversation

Some First Nations did not and still do not want the right to vote in Canadian elections.

Why do you think that is?Pg. 96

Ashley

Callingbull

 is a 25-year-old from Enoch Cree Nation, just west of Edmonton. As the first Canadian and the first indigenous woman to win Mrs. Universe

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Immigration to the West (late 1890s, before WW1)

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