"What does it matter that maple leaves adorn tombstones of various cemeteries in Europe...? Canada has lost none of its nationals during the last two World Wars, at least not officially," begins an...
Jackie Scott's court case could become as definitive to Canadian citizenship as Roe v. Wade was to reproductive rights in the U.S., Lost Canadians advocate says.
Is a Canadian born to an unwed mother less significant than one born to married parents? An eight-year battle finally comes to a head.
The feds say everyone who died in Canadian uniform during the world wars was a non-citizen. Why don't Canadians stand up to this?
Canadians who spent decades in the country remain without citizenship.
If no Canadians existed before 1947, what is one to make of the deportation of Japanese Canadian "citizens" during the war, or of government PR around "Canadian soldiers"?