|Flag .||CoA .|
|Other major settlements||Moncton.|
|Languages||Canadian English, Newfoundland English, Quebec French, Mi'kmaq,, Acadian French, Metropolitan French and American English.|
|Leader||Queen Elizabeth II.|
|Deputy Leader||Prime minisrer -.|
|Head of parliament||Speaker of the house -.|
|Type of regime||Federal parliamentary constitutional monarchy.|
|Name of national legislature||National Assembly.|
|Area||To be deturmined.|
|Number of international airports||1.|
|Number of major ports||2.|
|State de facto formed||Planned for 2020.|
|De facto Independence date||Planned for 2020.|
|Independence de jure reconised on||Plannedfor 2020.|
|Religions||Protistant, Cahilic, Salvation Army|
|Motto||Not written yet.|
|Imports:||Powered machinery, aircraft, electronic data processing machinery, hi-tech equipment, mining equipment, meat, cereals, telecommunications equipment, power-transmission equipment, cement, chemicals and off-road vehicles.|
|Exports:||Coal, gravel, cut stone blocks, maple syrup, cars, filming locations, sea food, electrical components, TVs, wood products and tourist sites.|
|Anthem||Not writen yet.|
|Ethnic groups||74.3% European (mostly English, French, Scottish, Irish, German, Italian, 14.5% Asian, 5.0% Native Americans (mostly Mi'kmaq), 3.4% Caribbean and Latin American, 2.5% African, former USSR 0.5% and 0.2% Oceania.|
|Highest mountain:||1,367 m (4,485 ft) Mount Caubvick (known as Mont D'Iberville in Quebec) is a mountain located on the border between Labrador and Quebec in the Selamiut Range of the Torngat Mountains.|
|Number of military personnel:||5,400.|
|Drives on the:||Left.|
|National sport:||Football and Ice hockey.|
|GDP per capita (PPP):||$52,745..|
|% Interest rates:||Non as yet.|
|% Inflation rates:||Mon as yet.|
|Life expectancy in years:||Part of the Canadian figure.|
- The United Maritime Provinces is composed by five Royal Provinces:
- New Brunswick
- Labrador and Newfoundland (it is included in most models)
- Nova Scotia
- Prince Edward Island
- St. Pierre and Miquelon is in some proposed models (as if, they still overwhelmingly want to stay French).
Having already enjoyed a great deal of autonomy since 1867, the United Maritime Provinces and Canada (A better world TL) were granted full independence in 1870. The provinces gathered themselves into two federations, but were merged in to one federal state in 1875, due to ecanomic reasons.
It was a separate dominion between 1870 and 1875, when it was merged into Canada as seperate federal territories. Newfoundland was a separate dominion at the time and would stay so until it merged with Canada in the 1940s.
The Anti-Serbia War (1914-1918)
The inter-war years
The Great Depression (1929-1940)
The Anti-Hitlerian War (1939-1946)
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.
Separation was first mooted in 2006 and gained some political traction between 2008 and 2009.
Fishing, logging, ship building and mining are the mainstays of the econamy. Most trade is with other NAFTA members.