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Citizenship ceremony

Today is the first day of a new chapter in the lives of the 32 people who took part in a ceremony in Thunder Bay this morning.

They come from 18 different countries, everywhere from the United States to the Philippines.

And they all became Canadian citizens today.

The CBC's Adam Burns was at the event.

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