Gherson, Randolph
September 2011
Optimum Online;Sep2011, Vol. 41 Issue 3, p3
Academic Journal
The article discusses dual nationality and its policy implications. It describes Discover Canada study guide, which mentions that present-day Canada welcomes migrants as one of its own for it owes its existence to early settlers in 18th-20th centuries. It outlines a proposal to consider a charter to impart citizenship with an unambiguous commitment to Canada and to its primacy.


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