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Most Influential: 12th Most World Assembly Endorsements: 20th Most Nations: 89th+19
Largest Black Market: 593rd Highest Economic Output: 989th Most Rebellious Youth: 990th Most Cultured: 997th Largest Publishing Industry: 1,008th Most Beautiful Environments: 1,105th Smartest Citizens: 1,117th Best Weather: 1,185th Healthiest Citizens: 1,533rd Most Advanced Public Education: 1,579th Most Inclusive: 1,583rd Most Eco-Friendly Governments: 1,769th Nicest Citizens: 1,831st Most Compassionate Citizens: 1,935th Largest Information Technology Sector: 1,964th Highest Poor Incomes: 1,981st Longest Average Lifespans: 2,120th Most Extensive Public Healthcare: 2,146th Most Scientifically Advanced: 2,146th
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Bienvenue au Canada - the non-crappy Region!

We are a constitutional democracy.
All decisions on how Canada is run are made on the LinkCanadian Forum, including embassy requests.

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: 10000 Islands, Texas, The Maritimes, Forest, the Rejected Realms, The North Pacific, Wintreath, The Kingdom of Great Britain, Force, and Greater Dienstad.

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

Regional Power: Very High

Canada contains 147 nations, the 89th most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Largest Cheese Export Sector in Canada

Qualified World Census Cheese Masters nibbled their way across the globe to determine which nations have the most developed cheese exports.

As a region, Canada is ranked 4,564th in the world for Largest Cheese Export Sector.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Zombie hunters of Almonaster NuevoCivil Rights Lovefest“Libertad y Justicia”
2.The Republic of Nouveau AquitaineCivil Rights Lovefest“Forging the Future”
3.The Kingdom of FaxenlandNew York Times Democracy“Neutrality is a Virtue”
4.The Republic of JamesburghInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Fiat justitia, ruat coelum”
5.The Militaristic Republic of KiljaritCorrupt Dictatorship“Ummm.....We'll think of one later”
6.The Military Dictatorship of HigsantiumIron Fist Consumerists“There is no order without obedience.”
7.The Simian Society of IKEA MonkeyNew York Times Democracy“Bananas Are Good”
8.The Protectorate of IshmielInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Come Get Some”
9.The Dominion of CraptasticaNew York Times Democracy“This is why we can't have nice things!”
10.The Royal Maritime Union of New VinlandLeft-wing Utopia“L'étoile du nord est toujours fidèle.”
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Regional Happenings


Canada Regional Message Board

TheMaritimes wrote:C'est aujourd'hui la St-Jean Baptiste, la Fête nationale du Québec.

Attendez-donc demain, il reste encore bien quelques minutes d'aujourd'hui à dormir!

Republic of North Asia wrote:So montonian is québécois? I was born in Toronto.

Nope,Ontarian I was born in Ottawa which is The capital of Canada.

Disposablepuppetland wrote:Apart from Discord then, what are forums being replaced by?

Nothing. I don't advocate its replacement and certainly not with Discord. I advocate shifting focus game side and making the RMB more central to our regional debates and discussions - just like this to be honest.

Disposablepuppetland wrote:In an ideal world, NS would have had a fully functional forum system built into it from the beginning. It didn't though, and it still doesn't now.
It lacks many basic features that even so called "obsolete" forums have. You can't post images or smilies. You can't have separate topics. There's no permission system. You can't customise the look and feel beyond the most basic level, so there's no way to differentiate a region visually.

Agree with all this. Who knows, in the future those may be features that are added. Since the absolute DEATH of NS2, they've really ramped up the features and interactivity of NS. Irrelevant to your point though, just 'shooting the breeze'.

Disposablepuppetland wrote:Finding old posts is a tedious exercise in frustration.

That's the same with the forum, to be fair. If a conversation has moved away from whatever post you were on, especially on busy forums, it can be a trawl to find and read previous posts. I actually find the search feature for the RMB far easier and clearer to use.

Disposablepuppetland wrote:I agree with you that NS should be the focus of our communication, but sadly it's not up to the job.

Again, no disagreement from me.

The Montonian wrote:Ok then but it is Stormaen's choice, he is the speaker and he can choose whether to bring it to the house floor or make a poll here., Fortunately he has already chosen to make a poll.

All wrong, I'm afraid.

Firstly, nothing about this is my choice. We're a democracy and the will of the majority wins.

Secondly, I have no power outside the House. As a prominent WA member, I'm authorised to act to protect this region in an unofficial capacity. As for polls, I can request them on the regional page just as much as any other player can. If the delegate chooses to authorise such a poll, that is her prerogative.

Lastly, I quote Al:

Almonaster Nuevo wrote:No, he does not have that option. All government business is transacted via the forum.

Not only is all government business conducted on the forum, it is conducted by will of the Commons. It's up to the House to direct its business, I merely preside over it. That's - in my opinion - what a good Speaker does.

Greetings Canada

After a very long hiatus we are back! I am looking forward to getting back to work here and resuming old friendships. I would like to sincerely apologize for my very abrupt departure. Anyhoo, we are back and as a token of appreciation of our regions' relationship we are opening up our all you can eat BBQ buffet 24/7 for the next two weeks!! Come and get it!!!!!!!!!!!

Humbly yours,


Almonaster Nuevo wrote:Welcome back!

Thank you. Its great to be back

Welcome back

Should we start a poll then?

Republic of North Asia wrote:Should we start a poll then?

You may request a poll on the offsite forum:

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