15 February 2010

Canadian immigration minister announces new citizenship judge

A new Citizenship Judge has been appointed for a three-year part-time term in Montreal, the Citizenship, Immigration, and Multiculturalism Minister Jason Kenney announced recently.

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A new Citizenship Judge has been appointed by the Canadian Immigration minister.

Marc Nadeau has been appointed Citizenship Judge in Montreal, the Canadian Immigration minister announced, and will be responsible for making decisions regarding citizenship applications as well as presiding over citizenship ceremonies and administering the oath of Canadian citizenship to new citizens.
Judge Nadeau has worked as a researcher, analyst, and speechwriter in both the public and private sectors, has researched two biographies, and acted as an elections observer as well as has being a contributor to news programming at radio stations in Sherbrooke, Montreal, and Quebec City.

He holds Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in History from the Université de Sherbrooke, and is also a PhD candidate in Theology at the same university.

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