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|Other major settlements||Vancouver.|
|Languages||Canaian English (the majority), Quebec French (most of the rest), Acadian French, Scots Gaelic, Irish Gaelic, Cree, Inuit, Inuktitut and American English.|
|Leader||Queen Elizabeth II.|
|Deputy Leader||Governor General Julie Payette.|
|Head of parliament||Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.|
|Type of regime||Federal parliamentary constitutional monarchy.|
|Name of national legislature||Parlement.|
|Number of international airports||6.|
|Number of major ports||5.|
|State de facto formed||1867.|
|De facto Independence date||1931 as a dominion, but gained full indipendent powers with patriation in 1982.|
|Independence de jure reconised on||1931.|
|Religions||67.2% Christianity, 23.9% Non-religious, 3.2% Islam, 1.5% Hinduism, 1.4% Sikhism, 1.1% Buddhism, 1.0% Judaism and 0.6% Others and native creeds.|
|Motto||A Mari Usque Ad Mare (Latin) (English: "From Sea to Sea").|
|Imports:||Powered machinery, electronic data processing machinery, hi-tech equipment, mining equipment, meat, telecommunications equipment, power-transmission equipment, cement, chemicals and off-road vehicles.|
|Exports:||Sea food, cereals, Hydro-power, gold, silver, nickel, steel. iron, gravel, cut stone blocks, maple syrup, aircraft, cars, filming locations, shale oil, electrical components, TVs, wood products and tourist sites.|
|Anthem||"O Canada" and "God Save the King\Queen".|
|Ethnic groups||74.3% European (mostly English, French, Scottish, Irish, German, Italian, 14.5% Asian, 5.1% Native Anerican\Inuit (mostly Inuit, Cree, Inuktitut, Métis and Ojibway), 3.4% Caribbean and Latin American, 2.9% African and 0.2% Oceania..|
|Highest mountain:||Mount Logan (Yukon territory) 5,956m.|
|Number of military personnel:||157,000.|
|Drives on the:||Left.|
|National sport:||Football and ice hocky.|
|National debt:||Owed £4.5bn|
|GDP per capita (PPP):||$49,625.|
|% Interest rates:||0.4%|
|% Inflation rates:||0.5%|
Canadian Confederation formed in 1867, but Quebec became independent of Canada in 1909. Having already enjoyed a great deal of autonomy since 1870, Canada and Quebec and the were granted dominion status in 1931 and 1909. The provinces of Canada gathered themselves in a federation of equals, sworn to see off any threat posed by the USA.
The Anti-Serbia War (1914-1918)Edit
Canada and Newfoundland stayed neutral.
The inter-war yearsEdit
The Great Depression (1929-1940)Edit
The economy declined sharply for 10 years and the whole situation was badly handled by money loving politicians. Alberta and Saskatchewan were swept by anti-government socialist parties at the time.
The Anti-Hitlerian War (1939-1946)Edit
Canada joined the war on the British side when the British declared war on Germany.
Newfoundland became a dominion in 1907, but gave up its independence in 1933, following the significant economic distress caused by the Great Depression and the aftermath of Newfoundland's participation in Anti-Hitlerian War. It was given to Canada in 1945.
Canada was one of the Western allies. It made many important Arctic naval and aerial patrols between 1945 and 1975.
A law was passed in 1994 to promote the Inuit, Cree, Inuktitut, Métis and Ojibway language throughout primary and secondary schools the Inuit, Cree, Inuktitut, Métis and Ojibway parts of the nation.
Sidney Robert "Bob" Blair, CC (13 August 1929 – 18 April 2009) was a Canadian engineer and businessman. He was born in Port of Spain, Trinidad, where his father Sidney Blair was managing an oil refinery and in 1969 became President and Chief Executive Officer of NOVA Corporation.
He also was Canada's Commissioner General at the highly successful Expo 2000. He has three sons and two daughters from his marriage to Lois which ended in divorce by the early 1970s.
An American supremacist thug stabbed a Bulgarian, Quebecquar, Louisianan and Canadian spectator at the Atlanta NASCAR track in 2001.
29,435,000 Canadians live outside the proposed breakaway state of the United Maritime Provinces- proposed state (A better world TL) that was first proposed in 2006.
Canada exports heaps of electricity to the northern part of the USA and all of New England since 1972. Logging, the film industry, train and tram building, automotives, aerospace, ship building, light industry, tourism, electronics, metallurgy and mining are major industries to. Alberta is exsploiting one of the world's biggest oil shale fields and has one so ever since 1972.
Manulife Financial Corporation, Power Corporation of Canada and Magna International Inc. are major firms.
They got atomic arms in early 1957 and made 2 6kt test blasts in the Yukon during both 1957 and 1967. The arsenal peaked in 1987 at 15 1kt artillery shells and 5 15kt free-fall bombs, but was cut to 10 and 0 respectively in 1997.
- It has control over the de facto independent region of Iroquoia (A better world TL).