Canadamerican 34 Flag

National Flag of Canadamerica (2020-2092), entitled Maple Leaf, Stars and Stripes, included thirty-four stars to represent the country's thirty-four provinces (The former American States were consolidated to form provinces comparable in size to those of the former Canada and to pay homage to the former American flag.)

When Canadamerica was formed, many of the former U.S. states, due to their relatively small size and large number, were joined together to make them comparable in size to the former Canadian provinces in order to solve issues in the organisation of the new nation.

List of the Provinces (prior to the Caribbean War)Edit

Canamerica provinces 2

New 34 provinces was ordem by area and population to be reasonable. Names have also been included on the map for all the major provinces.

  • Alaska
  • Alberta
  • Aztlan (former Arizona, southern California, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Utah)
  • British Columbia
  • Cascadia (former northern California, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington, and Wyoming)
  • Federal District
  • Lakotah (much of the heartland of the former U.S.)
  • Manitoba
  • North New England
  • Northwest
  • Nunavut (expanded to include the northern part of Labarador, which has an Inuit majority)
  • Ontario (former Michigan's lower peninsula, Indiana, Illinois)
  • Pacifica (Hawaii and former American Pacific possessions combined)
  • Prusvi (former Puerto Rico and U.S. Virgin Islands)
  • Quebec
  • Saskatchewan
  • South New England
  • Southern Provinces
  • Superior (Michigan's Upper Peninsula, Minnesota, and Wisconsin)
  • Texas
  • Vinland (former maritime provinces, only merger of former Canadian provinces, the name is derived from Viking name for the region)
  • Washington D.C.
  • Yukon

(More to come.)

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