In this module you will investigate the concept and
responsibilities of citizenship. You will compare what you have
learned throughout this course about the ways various cultures have
dealt with the rights and freedoms of their people. Through an examination
of what has happened in Canada's past to non-white immigrants (specifically,
Japanese Canadians during World War II), you will learn what can
happen to people who have lost their citizenship. In your study
of the rights and responsibilities of being a citizen of the world,
you will investigate the impact of volunteerism in Canada and learn
how your individual effort can make a difference in making the world
a better place to live.
Before you begin this module, check out the Getting
Started Guide.Here you will find information to help
you complete this module successfully.