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Largest Black Market: 613th Most Rebellious Youth: 887th Highest Economic Output: 1,018th Largest Publishing Industry: 1,115th Most Cultured: 1,245th Smartest Citizens: 1,276th Most Beautiful Environments: 1,333rd Best Weather: 1,586th Most Inclusive: 1,712th Healthiest Citizens: 1,802nd Most Advanced Public Education: 1,817th Most Eco-Friendly Governments: 2,015th Largest Information Technology Sector: 2,033rd
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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: Texas, 10000 Islands, 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 141 nations, the 88th most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Most Extensive Civil Rights in Canada

The citizens of nations ranked highly enjoy a great amount of civil rights, or freedoms to go about their personal business without interference or regulation from government.

As a region, Canada is ranked 8,334th in the world for Most Extensive Civil Rights.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Community of Rob Ford Of TorontoAnarchy“Make Toronto Great again #MTGA”
2.The Republic of Maple IslandsCivil Rights Lovefest“Pax et Justitia”
3.The Green Isle of StormaenCivil Rights Lovefest“Semper Viridis”
4.The Barely Disguised Contempt of DisposablepuppetlandBenevolent Dictatorship“A bicycle is not a horse”
5.The Cynics Long to Dream Again of EidelmainLeft-wing Utopia“We will someday be dead!”
6.The Zombie hunters of Almonaster NuevoCivil Rights Lovefest“Libertad y Justicia”
7.The Pubs of ParkplaceCivil Rights Lovefest“The hills of ParrrrTay are staggering!”
8.The Federal Republic of AlpenburgCivil Rights Lovefest“Liberty, Equality, Solidarity”
9.The Rum Revelations of Bilge Rat RonnieBenevolent Dictatorship“Nullas Anxietas”
10.The Republic of SharpanistanCivil Rights Lovefest“Live Long & Prosper”
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Rob Ford Of Toronto wrote:W A S S U P

Your brother Doug seems like a nice guy 👍

Rob Ford Of Toronto wrote:W A S S U P

Hi its me mayor nenshi

I just submitted the XKI update on the forum. Got away quickly because TT scares me :(

Ah. I wondered why we hadn't seen much of you lately.

Howdy all from Forest, we are doing a thing!


Forestian Autumnal Writing Contest


Welcome! Forest is proud to announce its first writing contest! Judged by a panel of three Forestians, this writing contest will consist of two categories. Nations are free to enter one or both categories. There will be a winner, one runner up and up to three honorable mentions for each category.


The Categories

There are two categories: Prose and Poetry. Applicants may enter one or both categories - although obviously not with the same piece of writing!

The Prompt

The prompt is:


It is up to the writer to interpret this however they wish.

Entering the Contest

Entries can be TG'd to any of the judges. Simply state whether it is an entry for Prose or Poetry.

Entries will open on Monday 22nd October and close on Thursday 22nd November. There will be a two week period set aside for judging, with the winners announced on Friday 7th December.

Embassy Regions

This contest is open to all Forestians and any nations residing in regions that Forest maintains an embassy with.



Entries will be judged on the following criteria: construction of the text, interesting interpretations of the prompt and finally engaging ideas.

Spelling, punctuation and grammar will not officially be judged; however it will be taken into account when looking at the other criteria. If your submission is particularly full of errors to the point it makes the text indecipherable or hard to follow, your submission will likely not score as highly and may be rejected.

The Judges

The panel will consist of Caracasus, The New Bluestocking Homeland and Zwangzug - all experienced issue authors and editors.

As an aside, the kind of skills needed to succeed in this competition are rather similar to the skills needed to write good issues. If you find that you enjoy the submission process, consider checking out the Got Issues? forum!

A Reminder

NationStates, as a website, does have certain rules surrounding offensive material. From the Moderation sticky:

Offensive Material: As mentioned previously, we use the US movie rating "PG-13" standard. Mild swearing may be tolerated, mild sexuality may be hinted, but explicit or excessive versions of either or both will result in moderation intervention.

Bear in mind this would cover material sent via Telegrams too.

Good luck and Happy Writing!

Read dispatch

Creative writing basically, to a prompt. All our embassy regions are welcome to get stuck in!

City of Calgary wrote:Your brother Doug seems like a nice guy 👍

Hell yeah. I'm the nicest guy ever. You had all better agree, if you know what's good for you...

- Premier-Dictator Doug "My Friends" Ford

Doug Ford wrote:Hell yeah. I'm the nicest guy ever. You had all better agree, if you know what's good for you...

- Premier-Dictator Doug "My Friends" Ford

you are the best brother ever

Why is our flag upside down? Are we in trouble?

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