I am pleased to report that I passed my Canadian citizenship test. Actually, everyone in the room passed their citizenship test. Do you
know when Nunavut joined the Confederation? (Hint: April Fools.)
The much scarier test is afterwards, where the nice lady asks you all sorts of questions about where your kids go to school, and whether a loft is a suitable environment for a kid, and what was your first job in Canada (VAMPIRE HIGH!), and can you prove you're really a professional writer? Fortunately I keep my beloved Writer's Guild card in my wallet -- usually the only thing in my wallet that serves no actual purpose beyond making me feel proud, and giving me 5% off on ViaRail -- so I was able to prove that I am in fact a professional writer.
Another reason not to work non-union!
Labels: Alex, Canada
Mazel Tov, Eh?
You get 5% off? You gotta love those perks, eh?
Welcome to the fold, Alex.
Welcome to the family!
Are you part of the big Canada Day induction ceremony? It is nice, they make food and have a little party. And they used to give you a tree to plant. My mom actually was a semi big wig in the Citizenship branch years ago so I know a little about it.
I feel left out with my skimpy Permanent Resident card. :-(
Congratulations! *offers virtual handshake*
Interesting revelation re: WGC there...
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