Permanent residency in Canada

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Permanent residency in Canada is a status granting someone who is not a Canadian citizen the right to live and work in Canada without any time limit on their stay.wikipedia
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Canadian nationality law

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Permanent residency in Canada is a status granting someone who is not a Canadian citizen the right to live and work in Canada without any time limit on their stay. The term "landed immigrant" (immigrant reçu) is an old classification for a person who has been admitted to Canada as a non-Canadian citizen permanent resident.
It can also be granted to a permanent resident who has lived in Canada for a period of time through naturalization.

Canadian passport

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As non-citizens, permanent residents must use the passport of their current nationality in combination with a permanent resident card for international travel because they cannot be issued Canadian passports.
His Canadian passport, however, was cancelled after his criminal convictions in 2010 brought the investigation by Citizenship and Immigration Canada, which concluded in 2011 that he was not a Canadian citizen, but a permanent resident.

Canada permanent resident card

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As non-citizens, permanent residents must use the passport of their current nationality in combination with a permanent resident card for international travel because they cannot be issued Canadian passports. The Department of Citizenship and Immigration began issuing the permanent resident card, commonly known as a "PR card", to all new Canadian permanent residents in 2002 as part of security improvements following the September 11 attacks.
The permanent resident card (PR card; carte de résident permanent) is an identification document and a travel document for permanent residents of Canada.

Canadians

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The term "landed immigrant" (immigrant reçu) is an old classification for a person who has been admitted to Canada as a non-Canadian citizen permanent resident.
It can also be granted to a permanent resident who lives in Canada for three out of four years and meets specific requirements.

Immigration to Canada

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Under a government program, both citizens and permanent residents can sponsor family members to immigrate to Canada.

Express Entry

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This system is called Express Entry.
Express Entry is a system used by the Canadian government to manage Canadian permanent residence applications for filling labor gaps through certain economic immigration programs.

Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada

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To become a permanent resident a foreign national must apply to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC), formerly known as Citizenship and Immigration Canada, under one of several programs.

Canada

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Permanent residency in Canada is a status granting someone who is not a Canadian citizen the right to live and work in Canada without any time limit on their stay.

Provinces and territories of Canada

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A permanent resident holds many of the same rights and responsibilities as a Canadian citizen, including the right to live, work (subject to some restrictions), and study in any province or territory of Canada.

Canada Pension Plan

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Permanent residents participate in many of the same social benefits that Canadian citizens receive, including becoming contributing members of the Canada Pension Plan and receiving coverage by their province or territory's universal health care system.

Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms

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All permanent residents may avail themselves of the rights, freedoms, and protections of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, other than those exclusively granted to citizens.

Suffrage

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Permanent residents do not have the right to vote in elections in Canada nor can they run for elected office in any level of government.

Elections in Canada

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Permanent residents do not have the right to vote in elections in Canada nor can they run for elected office in any level of government.

Toronto

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Several municipal governments in Canada – including Toronto, Vancouver, Halifax, and Calgary – have proposed giving permanent residents the right to vote in municipal elections but that would require approval from their respective provincial governments.

Vancouver

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Several municipal governments in Canada – including Toronto, Vancouver, Halifax, and Calgary – have proposed giving permanent residents the right to vote in municipal elections but that would require approval from their respective provincial governments.

Halifax, Nova Scotia

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Several municipal governments in Canada – including Toronto, Vancouver, Halifax, and Calgary – have proposed giving permanent residents the right to vote in municipal elections but that would require approval from their respective provincial governments.

Calgary

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Several municipal governments in Canada – including Toronto, Vancouver, Halifax, and Calgary – have proposed giving permanent residents the right to vote in municipal elections but that would require approval from their respective provincial governments.

Security clearance

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For national security reasons, permanent residents also cannot hold jobs in both the public or private sectors that require a high-level security clearance.

September 11 attacks

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The Department of Citizenship and Immigration began issuing the permanent resident card, commonly known as a "PR card", to all new Canadian permanent residents in 2002 as part of security improvements following the September 11 attacks.

List of Italian Canadians

This list takes into account the entire Canadian population, which consists of Canadian citizens (by birth and by naturalization), landed immigrants and non-permanent residents and their families living with them in Canada as per the census.

Canadian comics

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Canadian comics refers to comics and cartooning by citizens of Canada or permanent residents of Canada regardless of residence.

Ethnic origins of people in Canada

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Given here are the ethnic origins of Canadian residents (citizens, landed immigrants, and non-citizen temporary residents) as recorded by them on their 2016 census form (around 35,151,000 in total).

Bulgarian diaspora

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Also many Bulgarians immigrated to Canada using the advantage of the Canadian immigration point system for skilled workers.