A non-profit site educating Canadians and Americans
about the differences between human-beings,
natural-persons and artificial-persons
man & woman,
created by God.
How the Government created your new identity and
how you can reclaim your unalienable rights.
created by Man.

For the text of this web-site is with the absence of the legal-advice.
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All Canadian Passport applications require CAPITAL LETTERS. A passport application accepts a Canadian Citizenship card as identification. Therefore it would appear that an artificial-person JOHN DOE has the Passport as his ID is used to obtain the Passport.

As no SIN number is required for a Passport application (or a Citizenship Card), it would appear that the artificial-person who is the Canadian Citizen is different from the artificial-person who is the Taxpayer (with the SIN number). It would therefore appear to be safe to use a Canadian Passport as picture identification when ID is required that does not connect to the Taxpayer.

The human-being, created by God does not require a Passport. The natural-person (legal entity for the human-being) may require a Passport for international travel. With Immigration Officers believing they have unlimited power, even in violation of the fundamental rights of the human being and international laws, it is almost a lost cause tyring to educate each Immigration Officer of this situation, especially at a port of entry.

"Whereas it is essential, if man is not to be compelled to have recourse, as a last resort, to rebellion against tyranny and oppression, that human rights should be protected by the rule of law,"
(Preamble - Universal Declaration of Human Rights)