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“Governments don’t like correcting past mistakes,” says Chapman from his Vancouver apartment.
“They don’t like admitting them, they don’t like apologizing for them.
I want to jump for joy, but I'm afraid to allow myself that until I can hold my citizenship card in my hand," said Jackie Scott, the daughter of a Canadian war veteran who has been waiting for nearly seven decades to receive the citizenship she was supposed to have all along. February 11, 2014: CKNW - The Bill Good Show Interview with Don Chapman, Leader of the Lost Canadians - Popular radio show host, Bill Good, interviews Don Chapman, Leader of the Lost Canadians, about proposed changes to the Citizenship Act. February 10, 2014: CBC Metro Morning - Interview with Lost Canadian Marion Vermeersch - Lost Canadian Marion Vermeersch speaks about about proposed changes to the Citizenship Act that will have a direct impact on her decade long struggle to have her citizenship recognized by the Canadian government. February 7, 2014: Montreal Gazette - Lost Canadian provisions in citizenship bill fall short: critics - Measures aimed at closing the citizenship loophole for so-called lost Canadians came up short, critics said Friday — a day after the government introduced a sweeping bill overhauling the Citizenship Act.
Bill C-24, the Strengthening Canadian Citizenship Act, purports to restore citizenship for those born before 1947 when Canada didn’t have a Citizenship Act and were thus considered British subjects, as well as their first generation children who were born outside Canada and often only learned they weren’t Canadian when they tried to get a passport. February 7, 2014: The Tyee - 'Lost Canadians' Advocate Isn't Celebrating Yet - Changes to Citizenship Act leave Don Chapman 'guardedly optimistic', but court battle continues.
November 11, 2014: Lost Canadians - The Revised History of Canadian Citizenship by Don Chapman - What's a lost Canadian?
It's a person who lost their citizenship because of old, discriminatory legislation.
November 11, 2014: Lost Canadians - Federal Court documents say War Dead were never Canadian citizens - It's clear that the government's position is that our 114,000 WWI and WWII war dead were never Canadian citizens. For the Chinese, it makes them 'stateless registered aliens'.Don Chapman of the Lost Canadians comments about the failure of the Conservative government to rectify the inherent flaws in the Canadian Citizenship Act to deal with these outstanding cases. March 8, 2014: CFRB 1010 Talk Radio Toronto - On International Womens Day listen to this interview with Don Chapman, leader of the Lost Canadians, as he explains the Lost Canadian issue from the perspective of discrimination against women and womens rights. February 21, 2014: Coast Reporter - Long time citizenship advocate reacts to new legislation - After working to change Canada’s citizenship law for most of his adult life, Gibsons’ resident Don Chapman is “guardedly optimistic” that proposed reform to the existing Act will finally allow many Lost Canadians to assume their rightful status as Canadian citizens.While the main gist of the new legislation, Bill C-24 — the Strengthening Canadian Citizenship Act, introduced in the House of Commons on Feb.He said the same rule applied to Quan Louie, whose family owned the H. November 10, 2014: Mac Leans Magazine - Declare soldiers who died fighting in WWII Canadians - Chapman points to a legal response filed by federal lawyers in that case, stating Scott’s father may have been born in Canada and served as a Canadian soldier but was not a citizen because the former Citizenship Act had not yet come into force. November 10, 2014: Surrey Leader - Declare pre-1947 war dead citizens: petition -There are many references to Canadian citizenship in government publications before 1947, including a manual that was printed in 1943 and given to members of the Air Force who were bound for England. However, many had significant nuances, particularly on due process questions, which may prove significant when the bill proceeds to more formal who support the bill unreservedly, to those who oppose without qualification. Don Chapman of the Lost Canadians speaks to Rick Howe of 88.9 FM about the proposed changes to the Citizenship Act in Bill C-24 and the Citizenship Committee's latest shenanigins in Ottawa, when they perverted the course of democracy by blocking Chapman's appearance before the Committee on May 12. May 13, 2014: Vancouver Observer - Government muzzles expert witnesses on major citizenship bill - Even though the government made national headlines by saying it was finally going to fix legislation flaws that caused Canadians to lose citizenship, its exclusion of witnesses suggests that the law won't be open to any input from people directly affected by the legislation. April 21, 2014: Aboriginal Peoples Television Network Investigates Lost Canadians - Up until a few years ago, most of Canada had never heard of the term “Lost Canadian” – referring to the nearly one million people who were being denied their Canadian citizenship mainly due to outdated and discriminatory aspects of Canada’s citizenship law.And according to citizenship advocate and founder of the Lost Canadians, Don Chapman, there’s a good reason why.
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Don Chapman and Howe Lee want Canadians to know that those who died before 1947, and whose graves are marked with maple leaves, are still not officially considered citizens by the federal government. November 10, 2014: 570 NEWS - Declare those who died serving Canada in world wars Canadian citizens: petition - Lee said that when he was born in Armstrong, B. November 10, 2014: CKOM - Declare those who died serving Canada in world wars Canadian citizens: petition - “My feeling is that we can’t or shouldn’t forget our history and it should be recognized. November 10, 2014: Huffington Post - Lost Canadians Group: Declare Citizenship For Pre-1947 War Dead - "If we allow this to continue, that our war dead weren't Canadian, let's go to all the graveyards in Europe and scratch out the maple leaves. Witnesses ranged from those who support the bill unreservedly, to those who oppose without qualification.