February 19, 1947: First Chinese become Canadian citizens

Wong, Larry
February 2003
Beaver;Feb/Mar2003, Vol. 83 Issue 1, p49
Provides information on the number first Chinese immigrants who were granted Canadian citizenship on February 19, 1947. Laws enacted by the Canadian parliament that seeks to stop Chinese immigrantion into the country; Reason of Chinese immigrants for entering Canada.


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