Once you obtain your Canadian citizenship, you will be entitled to all of the rights and freedoms afforded to Canadian citizens.
These rights include:
Aboriginal Peoples' rights
The right to peaceful assembly
The right to vote
Freedom of thought
Freedom of speech
Freedom to practice religion
It is important to recognize that these rights and freedoms come with responsibility.
These responsibilities include:
To obey Canadian law
To express ones opinions freely while respecting the rights and freedoms of others
To help those in your community, for example, through volunteering
To take responsibility to protect our environment and preserve our heritage
To eliminate discrimination and injustice