British Columbia Holds Ceremony for New Canadian Citizens
What a great way to celebrate Canada Day by becoming a Canadian citizen! One of many ceremonies held across Canada was in Langley, British Columbia, which welcomed 50 people from 40 different countries as they took the Oath of Citizenship and sang “O Canada” at Fort Langley National Historic site. Maxon Dautamer, who has relocated from France, said he is looking forward to growing in his new identity as a Canadian. He said it is like a unique story and he is learning new things. If you are considering relocating to Canada for a better life, contact Canada Immigration Express. Their guidance through the process could help you and your family relocate faster.
Hailing from Brazil, Nalva Soares received her Canadian citizenship certificate. She said she feels honored to be a part of Canada, a country that is so nice and safe. She said the country is known for peace and order. Nancy Bedaba, who was formerly a resident of Egypt, was a part of the 50 immigrants who have new Canadian citizenship. She commented happily, “Our dream has come true, very proud to be in Canada.” She said it is a safe place and her kids are happy to be a part of Canada. Speaking to the newcomers at the ceremony, Doug Kelly, a tribal chief and president of the Sto:lo Tribal Council, challenged them never reject their heritage. It is a part of who they are, he said. He challenged them not forget their native language, traditions, and food. Canada Immigration Express has a team of experts ready to assist you and your family on your immigration journey. They can walk you through every step and answer all of your questions along the way.