Immigrants from 35 Countries Receive Canadian Citizenship in BC
Several new Canadian citizens all had different reasons to relocate to Canada, but they all had one thing in common: They fell in love with Canada and wanted to make it their new home
One hundred of these newcomers took their oath of Canadian citizenship in a recent ceremony. They were from 35 different countries. Paul Pedersen, the Sudbury police chief, presided over the oath ceremony. Each candidate raised their right hand and repeated, “I swear, that I will be faithful and bear true allegiance to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, Queen of Canada, her heirs and successors, and that I will faithfully observe the laws of Canada and fulfill my duties as a Canadian citizen”.
New citizen Lucica Smaranda moved from Romania in 2005 for an educational opportunity. All of her family still lives in Romania. She had heard about how friendly the people are and how beautiful the country is, which swayed her decision to move to Canada and pursue becoming a citizen. Susanne Goodhand moved to Canada thirty years ago from Germany and finally took the oath to become a Canadian citizen. She came to Canada for a change of lifestyle, stayed and married a Canadian. She cried through the national anthem and is so thankful to live in such a welcoming country.
If you want to live in a welcoming land of opportunity, contact Canada Immigration Express. They will walk you through the entire process.