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Canadian Citizenship. What is a citizen?. Someone who is by birth or naturalization a legal member o f a nation and who, as a result, has the rights and responsibilities of citizenship . What makes a “good” c itizen?. Follows laws and ethics Participates in society

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Canadian

Citizenship


What is a citizen?

Someone who is by birth or

naturalization a legal member

of a nation and who, as a result,

has the rights and responsibilities

of citizenship


What makes a “good”

citizen?

  • Follows laws and ethics

  • Participates in society

  • Respects all cultures

  • Pays taxes

  • Helpful towards others

  • Volunteers/gives back

  • Contributes to the economy


What makes a “bad”

citizen?

Breaks/disobeys the law

Disrespects other cultures

Harms the environment

Puts themselves/others in

danger

Disturbs the peace

Acts selfishly

Does not vote


The meaning of

citizenship

As a citizen, you are entitled

to many rights

Along with every right comes

responsibility

We are all citizens in many

ways; in our families, school,

city and in Canada


Citizen’s Circle

Country

Province

City

Community

ME

(family, friends)

Groups, Clubs,

Sports

What you belong to

in Burlington

What provincial

affairs you are involved in

What makes you a

Canadian citizen


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