No, you have to become a citizen to vote.
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Yes you can.
Yes, she can bring people to the citizenship ceremony with her.
You have to apply for Canadian citizenship first. You should qualify and have no issues applying. It takes about 12 months.
Provided they accept your explanation about your passport, it should not cause any problems.
You absolutely cannot apply for her passport.
Marriage by itself does not bestow Canadian citizenship.
If she wanted to become a Canadian citizen you would have to move to Canada and sponsor her for permanent residence. Then she would have to live in Canada for years and then she could apply for citizenship.
No. You would have to immigrate all over again to become a permanent resident.
You can count days spent in Canada as a temporary resident (such as when you are on a working holiday visa) if that time falls within the time period of residency for an application for citizenship. But you have to be a permanent resident to apply first.
To help answer your question we need more information than that. If you are going to be allowed to sear the Oath of Citizenship, you either passed your citizenship test or were exempt from taking/ineligible to take the test and took it by mistake.
Yes, once you are a Canadian citizen, you cannot lose that status unless it is proven that you fraudulently obtained it.