The Republic of Canada, or simply Canada, is a large, economically powerful country in North America. It is a socially diverse country that prides itself on that diversity, but it has also pledged strong ties to democratic principles and values.
The Republic established itself after a Mundiali investigation into the plebiscites of Canada and Utah concerning joining the American Confederacy determined they were invalid. Despite protests from American President Haylie Modine, according to the terms of the Treaty of Buffalo, both Virtue and Rome voted in favour of recognizing Canada's independence on May 1, 2017.
At A GlanceEdit
Nation Name: The Republic of Canada
Capital: Winnipeg, Manitoba
Independence or Founding Date: May 1, 2017
Population: (see list of countries by GDP)
Official Language(s): Canadian English
Government Type: Constitutional Republic
Head of State: President Vincent Crawford
Head of Government: President Vincent Crawford
Official Religion: None
Economy Type: Mixed market socialism
Currency: Canadian dollar ($)
Summer Time: Yes
Calling Code: +1
Internet TLD: .ca
Maritime Boundary (nm): 24
Aircraft Registration Code: CDN
Political Rating: Parliamentary Republic
Military Size: 2% of the population in peace time, can reach up to 5% at wartime or higher if needed.
Military Capability Score (out of 100, rating by Worldwide Defence Trade Association (WDTA)): 70 (Above Average)
Technological Innovation Score: Military (WDTA): 70/100 (Above Average), Scientific (University poll): 80/100 (Good), Other (University poll): 80/100 (Good)
Economic Rating (by Standard & Poor): 90/100 (Strong) (See list of countries by GDP)
Economic Freedom Index (by Standard & Poor): 65/100 (average mix of economic freedoms curtailed by government regulations)
Health Care Rating (by Doctors Without Borders): 80/100 (Good)
Health Care System: Universal
Political Freedom Index (by Reporters Without Borders): 100/100 (Strong)
Drug Laws: Recreational drug trade is legal, but restricted.
Gun Control: Restrictions vary by region.
Environmental Policy Rating (by Greenpeace): 100/100 (complete attention paid to environmental concerns)