Canada RMB

WA Delegate: The Pubs of Parkplace (elected )

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Most Influential: 8th Most World Assembly Endorsements: 24th Most Nations: 68th+6
Largest Black Market: 1,278th Largest Publishing Industry: 1,331st Smartest Citizens: 1,370th Most Cultured: 1,443rd Highest Economic Output: 1,548th Healthiest Citizens: 1,891st
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Bienvenue au Canada - the non-crappy Region!

We are a true constitutional democracy.
All decisions on how Canada is run are made on the LinkCanadian Forum
LinkMap of Canada

Residents can register as citizens on the forum. Citizens may run for delegate by declaring there, and agreeing to uphold our constitution. All others should keep below 50% of the delegate's endo count.

If you are a raider or defender, please note that we are a neutral region. All are welcome on a peaceful basis, but please do not use Canada as a base or staging post for military operations.

Please endorse the Delegate.

Embassies: Yggdrasil, Texas, The East Pacific, 10000 Islands, Wysteria, The Universal Allegiance, Australia, The Maritimes, Forest, the Rejected Realms, The Allied States, and The North Pacific.

Tags: Democratic, Enormous, Offsite Forums, Silly, Social, Casual, Neutral, Map, Featured, Pacifist, Post-Modern Tech, Founderless, and 1 other.Regional Government.

Regional Power: Extremely High

Canada contains 153 nations, the 68th most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Largest Furniture Restoration Industry in Canada

World Census analysts spend quiet weekends in the countryside in order to determine which nations have the largest Furniture Restoration industries.

As a region, Canada is ranked 3,808th in the world for Largest Furniture Restoration Industry.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Dominion of Henry GreenLiberal Democratic Socialists“What's your birthday?”
2.The Military Dictatorship of HigsantiumIron Fist Consumerists“There is no order without obedience.”
3.The Jingoistic States of 7OIron Fist Consumerists“The road to success is always under construction.”
4.The Slightly Oppressive Republic of SLAM-ERLeft-wing Utopia“Resistance is futile.”
5.The Empire of KrakakraCorporate Police State“Piss off”
6.The Republic of JamesburghDemocratic Socialists“Fiat justitia, ruat coelum”
7.The Militaristic Republic of KiljaritCorrupt Dictatorship“Ummm.....We'll think of one later”
8.The Borderlands of MojaguayCivil Rights Lovefest“Your mom . . .”
9.The Holy Kingdom of RitzistanInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Ad astra - To the stars”
10.The Federation of VancouvervilleCivil Rights Lovefest“Fortitudo, pertinacia et spes”
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Canada Regional Message Board

Bonjour concitoyens! - Hello fellow citizens!

Bonjour Remont! Voulez-vous boire des thé avec nous? Pardon my French grammar. It's not very good.

The 1st Solar Furnace of Prometheus Projects wrote:Hope those Scottish shortbread, are homemade, the canned ones just don't cut it.

Who eats canned shortbread? I didn't realise that they could go off, I thought that the humble shortbread was edible no matter which decade long ago it was made in.


It's more like a biscuit tin, and mostly intended for transport/presentation purposes.

The Greatland of The Shining World of the Seven Systems wrote:Bonjour Remont! Voulez-vous boire des thé avec nous? Pardon my French grammar. It's not very good.

On boit du thé.

Happy Canada Day ya hosers and canucks!

Happy NHL Free Agency Day!

You dang Canucks! *shakes fist*

Ok, so I'm going to share something that may be highly controversial, so I ask that people please don't attack me for this.

Did you know that technically our long form name is Dominion of Canada? The BNA Act called us a dominium, and when we brought in the Canada Act, although we didn't change say dominium, we didn't change it to country either. All it said was Canada. Up until 1983, it think it was that a family member told me, we had Dominium Day, which was illegally changed to Canada Day by the House of Commons (if I remember properly). The House of Commons had 19 people in, and there was an unanimous vote for the change. However, they needed 20 people to vote for it to meet the quorum! So technically, today is Dominium Day. Does this make a difference? Not in the slightest. To me it's just another summer day, when it just so happens people get time off work and the stores are probably closed.

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