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WA Delegate: The Pubs of Parkplace (elected 36 days ago)

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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
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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.

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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 179 nations, the 57th most in the world.


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The Largest Defense Forces in Canada

Nations ranked highly spend disproportionately large amounts of money on national defense, and are most secure against foreign aggression.

As a region, Canada is ranked 54th in the world for Largest Defense Forces.

#NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Military Dictatorship of HigsantiumWA MemberIron Fist Consumerists“There is no order without obedience.”
2.The Dominion of Henry GreenScandinavian Liberal Paradise“What's your birthday?”
3.The Democratic Republic of SetiCrunchersWA MemberFather Knows Best State“The Truth Is Out There...”
4.The Protectorate of IshmielWA MemberInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Come Get Some”
5.The Imperial Armored Fortress of FirefightsWA MemberNew York Times Democracy“Our will is impenetrable!”
6.The Militaristic Republic of KiljaritWA MemberFather Knows Best State“Ummm.....We'll think of one later”
7.The Free Land of TigultsWA MemberDemocratic Socialists“Be strong in all ways”
8.The Desert People of MirahgeWA MemberIron Fist Consumerists“The aim is to control everything”
9.The Brotherhood of ManeseroInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Eternal vigilance”
10.The Dictatorship of YuranickaCorporate Police State“Lasciate ogne speranza, voi ch'intrate”
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The Dominion of Stormaen wrote:On it!

*Whips out the rum neat and slids it along a tray to ParrrrTay*

*gulp, gulp, gulp...hiccup*

Mmmmm rum!! It is excellent at all hours of the day. Add a bit to the chocolate sauce with the crepes :)

The Nomadic Peoples of IKEA Monkey wrote:Doug, have you been smoking some of Robbie's crack recently?

Pfft, I only pushed drugs back in the 90's. Wait. No. That was just bullsh*t made up by The Globe and Mail.

Everyone hates us Fords. The people love us though. The newspapers hate us. Kathleen Wynne hates us. It doesn't matter. Average hard working tax paying individuals love us, we're just ordinary millionaires pretending to be like normal folks. And they love us.

Ask my Mom.

- Doug

Jimmy Kimmel sure loves your brother.

It's a Dr. Who kind of day.

Thank-you for reminding me...I knew I was missing something

The Holy Blue Staggering Hills of ParrrrTay wrote:It's a Dr. Who kind of day.


The Holy Blue Staggering Hills of ParrrrTay wrote:It's a Dr. Who kind of day.

That's during Saturdays's only Wednesday

Scotland quite decisively voted against independence and remain in the UK. Personally, I'm delighted but this whole exercise was an eye opener in one respect: the structure of the UK must now change to one of equal partners.

Scotland has its Parliament; Wales, Northern Ireland and London their Assemblies. England, however, has no Parliament except its place at Westminster, where Scottish, Welsh and Northern Irish MPs can vote on English affairs, but the latter cannot vote vice versa (the so called "West Lothian question").

The North East overwhelmingly rejected a proposed "regional assembly" several years ago. We don't want that. We want an English Parliament equal in powers and scope as the Scottish Parliament.

This would allow the UK to effectively federalise (something I have long called for). It would also allow for wider-reaching reforms, including Lords' reform (if not abolition). Personally, I advocate the Canadian model (with modifications, of course): a reduced House of Commons, elected by first-past-the-post; a reduced, partly or mostly elected "Senate" by proportional representation.

Despite voting to preserve our 307-year-old United Kingdom, Scots have started the ball rolling - I hope - on equalising and changing our Union.

So.....the scots decided to stay with the United Kingdom, just like Quebec wanted to stay with Canada.

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