Canada is a trans-continental country in North America, bordered by Quebec to the east, and the United States to the south and west. Canada additionally shares a maritime border with the Danish controlled territory of Greenland to the northeast. The country is administered from Ottawa, and its largest city is Toronto.

Prior to the secession of Quebec in 2045, Canada was the second largest country in the world. The secession of Quebec placed it as the sixth largest country in the world, which was further cemented in 2116 when Canada's maritime Providences of Newfoundland and Labrador, Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia were integrated into Quebec. As of 2120, Canada and the United States are seeking greater cooperation, and a potential unification.

Canada is a member of the United Nations and the NATO military organization.

Historical Significance

Canada was first inhabited by humans around 14000 BC. It was reached by the Norse around the year 1000, and later the British and French during the 1st millennium. Present-day Canada gained independence from the United Kingdom in 1867.

During the late 2030s, Quebec nationalism increased in the Quebec providence, with an increasing desire to preserve the culture of the region. The Quebec referendum for independence was held in 2045, which was passed by the population by a large margin, allowing Quebec to secede from Canada. Despite seceding, Quebec agreed to maintain close ties with Canada, partially to allow minimally obstructed connection to Canada's maritime Providences.

In 2116, Quebec received all of Canada's maritime Providences.1 This was done due to an increasing number of Quebecois in the Providences, which had eclipsed the number of Canadians. In response to this, Canada is seeking closer ties to the United States, and the formation of the proposed North American Federation (NAF).

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