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Effect June: Canadian Citizenship and Prosthetic Leg

effect june: Since honorary citizenship was granted by a resolution passed by both houses of Parliament, the Senate and the Commons both had to pass motions to rescind the honour, according to Vancouver Courier. Suu Kyi is the first person to have her honorary Canadian citizenship revoked. The Senate voted unanimously Tuesday to strip Suu Kyi, Myanmar's civilian leader, of the symbolic honour bestowed on her in 2007.article continues below Trending Stories Vancouver Canucks tickets on Groupon start at 25Here's who's running for mayor in Vancouver this election'A Very Vegan Thanksgiving' to raise money for injured turkey's prosthetic leg Minimum wage increases go into effect June 1 across B.C. The upper house's move follows a similar unanimous vote in the House of Commons last week. The Senate has also followed the lead of the Commons in recognizing that the crimes against humanity committed by the Myanmar military against the Rohingya constitute a genocide. Ratna Omidvar, who tabled the motion to revoke Suu Kyi's citizenship Tuesday. We must recognize this atrocity for what it is, said Sen. ( As reported in the news.