A powerful country in North America.
Canada is a confederation of eight provinces. The federal government is based in the capital city of Ottawa, Ontario. First Nations, Inuit, and Métis lands in Canada are considered autonomous territories and largely govern themselves, working jointly with the Canadian government on issues of crime, healthcare, military, and industry.
Canada was founded in 1867 but reached its current state in the Great Restructuring of 2012, during which the provinces of Quebec, Alberta, and British Columbia and the territories of Yukon, Nunavut, and the Northwest Territories seceded. The American state of Vermont also joined Canada at this time. In 2025, the House of Windsor was replaced with the family of then-Governor General Yash Singh Sandhu, who became Canada's first Canadian-born monarch.
Demography and Population
Canada's population is rather sparse compared to their southern neighbours, and mostly concentrated in the country's southern reaches.
Canada includes the provinces of Ontario, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Manitoba, Saskatchewan. More recent additions are Canadian Quebec, which include the cities of Montreal and Laval, the North and South Shores, and the Chateauguay Valley, and the former American state of Vermont.