With a citizenship lawsuit filed in federal court last month, Lost Canadians continue their quest to end bizarre legal loopholes.
As the world celebrates progress on International Women's Day, Lost Canadians born out of wedlock face gender discrimination due to outdated citizenship laws.
The billion-dollar Lost Canadian court case is finally underway. Activist Don Chapman condemns the Conservative government for denying citizenship based on age and gender.
"They're discrediting my father," Scott said on the rejection of her Canadian citizenship application. This time, she said, even her war veteran father's Canadian status is being put into question.
At the new photo exhibit entitled Chinese Canadian Veterans: Loyalty to Country at the Chinese Cultural Centre, black-and-white photos of Chinese Canadians in uniform adorn the building's...
Stephen Harper responds to questions about the group of Canadians taking their citizenship woes to court.
Reader's Digest details their struggle for citizenship.
1867: Canada is born, a child of the British North America Act. 1868: Canadians gain their first identity as British subjects but Canadian "nationals” under the Canadian Nationals Act. In language...
LOST CANADIANS: Fed up with being denied their birthright, Lost Canadians are just days from filing lawsuits that will settle the matter for good. The question: Why is Ottawa fighting them?
It's the dirty little secret of our approach to citizenship: Some of us are more Canadian than others.