After getting the approval as a Canadian Citizen, you may join in an extensive range of programs. For example, Citizenship Ceremony, Canada Day, Citizenship Week, etc.
Attend the Citizenship Ceremony
After approving Canadian Citizenship, the person who has to attend a formal program to take the oath is first and foremost to become a citizen in Canada. Promise is generally a written statement which the citizens have to recite and sign.
After taking the oath, a person became a citizen of Canada officially. The authority arranges a program generally with some other high officials. However, it is also a part of Canadian Laws and Regulations.
The oath-taking ceremony generally lasts an hour. However, the duration may vary with the number of citizens attends. All the new citizens recite the affirmations verbally as well as written. The citizen has to handover his permanent residency card to the immigration authority.
Celebrate Canada Day and Citizenship Week
Canada Day is generally known as Canada’s birthday. Canadians celebrate this day as their national day or federal day. It was named after the introduction of a law, which joined Canada, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, on July 1, 1867. It is also known as Dominion Day because the joined colonies named Canada as Dominion of Canada. The day was renamed in 1982 when Canada act was passed.
Who Celebrate the day?
Canada day is celebrated all over Canada. Different provinces of Canada organize the day with cultural programs. However, Canadian people who live outside Canada also celebrate Canada day from their place.
Being a Canadian Citizen means you also can join the program as a proud Canadian Citizen. Every year July 1 is celebrated as Canada Day unless the day is Sunday. If it is Sunday, July 2 will celebrate as Canada day or Dominion of Canada.
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Moreover, a Canadian Citizen will be invited to attend the Citizenship Ceremony, which is also called as Citizenship Week. New Citizens attend the program, and they are welcomed.
Organize a Reaffirmation Ceremony
A reaffirmation ceremony is a program where participants repeat the Oath of Citizenship to affirm their commitment to Canada. It is generally a program where participants show their solidarity upon Canada.
The program can be organized anywhere, for example, in your home, workplace, office, or an open place. However, you have to maintain some rules and regulations to do this. Generally, people will recite the national anthem “O Canada” in the presence of a master, who can lead the team to convey oath of Citizenship.