Canada celebrates Immigration Ceremony which popularly known as Canada Day. This year, 25 residents of Ottawa and Gatineau will take their citizenship oath in this event to become the citizens of this country.
These 25 immigrants were selected by the Canadian Citizenship and Immigration officials in the regional offices of Ottawa and Gatineau. These immigrants had to go through a written test to qualify for their citizenship in the country. These immigrants are between the age-range of 7 to 47 years.
Usually, citizenship ceremonies are kept open to the mass people, but due to the arrival of the royal couple, this ceremony won’t be opened to the mass people. However, public members will be able to witness this event from the museum’s ground. They will have the opportunity to see HRH William and Catherine at 10:30 a.m and then again when the royal couple will depart.
Governor General David Johnston will administer the oath program at the ceremony. According to the program schedule, Prince William and Duchess Catherine will congratulate and welcome the new citizens in the event.