The Meaning of Canadian Citizenship Needs a Major Shot in the Arm

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Canadian citizenship is losing its value all over the world, and it is down to Canadians to ensure that it regains its importance. The Canadian Senate recently adopted Bill C-6, which is an act to amend the Citizenship Act, and is a disgraceful legislation. It will completely tear up and destroy the meaning and strength of Canadian citizenship, as the Bill states that Canada won’t be able to take away the citizenship of dual-citizens, who have committed terrorist acts or committed crimes.

This clearly sends the wrong message to Canadians, who are growing increasingly concerned regarding their safety. The Bill will also take away the need to have knowledge of the official languages of Canada, which clearly means that French and English languages have no value in Canada. The Trudeau government has done nothing to protect Canada, and now Canadian citizenship is being changed.

The only way Canadian citizenship can be changed will be through the patriots, who believe that Canada is a strong and powerful nation, and therefore needs strong citizenship. That is the reason why Canadians should oppose Bill C-6, which will only weaken Canadian citizenship. It comes as no surprise to learn that without a strong national identity, and strong citizenship, Canada will slowly lose everything that makes it such a great country.

Canada is regarded as a welcoming nation, with strong patriotism and citizenship, but all of that is being threatened with this Bill, which is only going to make it easier for people with criminal records and known terrorist activity to acquire Canadian citizenship. It is down to everyday Canadians to bring about change and let the government know that they will not go down without a fight, and will always be ready to fight for Canadian principles and nationality.


Delilah is 31 years old from Toronto Canada and has a conservative view on politics, she lives on the road following big names in politics, she has come upon us with many years writing experience, in her early years she has been all over Europe back-packing and had the "adventure of a lifetime" before settling down to write news on Canadian and World politics.