True a Canadian citizenship alone doesn't give special treatment in the UK. But if you immigrate to the UK if you live there for a year and are a Canadian citizen and national you can vote in the UK. But a Canadian citizen born in the USA couldn't. Because they are not a Canadian national. My sister in law was born and raised in China. She is now a Canadian citizen via her marriage to my brother. Canadian's get special treatment immigration wise in the U.S. NAFTA visa's are very easy to get. But since my SIL has Chinese national in her Canadian passport, the USA can make her get a visa for entry! Sometimes to get things like the right to vote, etc. Depend on both nationality and citizenship.