What it means to be Canadian - Coggle Diagram
What it means to be Canadian
We accept immigrants and refugees from all over the world into our country
Our country accepts all religion and race as long as it doesn't interfere with our peace. (i.e racist beliefs, discriminatory)
Free health care
We might pay more taxes then what seems necessary, but it contributes towards our free health care.
Having a child is free. Getting a broken bone treated is free.
We are able to get something like a hurt ankle checked out without worrying about how much it's gonna cost, which makes for a healthier population
We accept all religions.
We accept all races and ethnicities.
We accept all sexualities and genders.
We allow legal gay marriage. Our society as a whole is still a work in progress, however.
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"3. Every citizen of Canada has the right to vote in an election of members of the House of Commons or of a legislative assembly and to be qualified for membership therein."
The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms is a charter specifically made for equality for all Canadian citizens systematically.
Our population is very compassionate and we harbor much more empathy than a certain country down south. We tend to think a lot more about others and how our actions affect them.
This country's society has a lot of say in what happens. In world war two we had a vote on whether or not we would conscript people to join the military. In other countries it was mandatory.
Freedom of speech
We as a whole are very able to voice our opinions and standpoints on topics