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Canadian citizenship

To become a Canadian citizen you’ll need to take a citizenship test and answer questions about Canada and your responsibilities as a citizen. 

The library offers face-to-face citizenship workshops to help newcomers prepare for their tests. Please contact library staff for more information. You can also use the following study guides: 

And take practice tests online: 

Canada has two official languages: English and French. To become a citizen, you must show that you can speak and understand one of these languages to a Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) Level Four standard. 

If you do not have proof of your language skills, you can take a test approved by Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC). 

These tests are: 

The library can help you prepare for these tests. Our English conversation circle and English reading circle programs can improve your language skills and boost your confidence in speaking English.  

You can also borrow books, CDs and DVDs to learn the language and take practice tests online. 

If you need extra help with your English or French language skills please contact the Language Assessment Services Peel-Halton-Dufferin or attend a Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada (LINC) class. 

Federal Government of Canada

Provincial Government of Ontario

City of Mississauga (municipal and regional governments)