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United States of Pelicania
Pelicania 2193-004-45193052
[Flag] Coat of Arms
National Anthem
Walk Away [[1]]
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Capital Montreal
Largest City Montreal
Official Languages English, French
Regional Languages English, French, various native dialects
Demonym Pelicanian
Government Representative Democracy
- President Benjamin Smith
- Vice President Xavier Second
- Minister of Foreign Affairs Mack Dealmaker
- Minister of Defense Jack Shield
Major Religions Christianity (no official religion)
National Animal Pelican
Formation January 15, 2012
Total Area 1,985,296 square miles
Total Population
- Main Ethnicity
Currency Pelicanian Dollar
Nominal GDP
- Total
- Per Capita
Year for the GDP figure estimate
Total GDP
GDP per capita
Literacy Rate 95%
Internet TLD .usp
Driving Lane Right Lane
Date Format mm/dd/yyyy
Time Zone Time Zone

Pelicania, formally The United States of Pelicania, is a nation comprised of much of former Canada.

Formation Edit

Pelicania was formed by a referendum in Quebec on independence from Canada. The vote was narrowly in favor of independence, and Quebec peacefully split with Canada. The new nation also acquired New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland and Labrador, and Prince Edward Island. The nation's name was change to Pelicania via a nationwide poll of several popular options.

Government Structure Edit

The United States of Pelicania is a Representative Democracy. Each state (The states are Quebec, Newfoundland, Labrador, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and Prince Edward Island) is given a certain amount of representatives in the National House, based on population. (The current total is 187)

The President is elected by popular vote. In the event of a tie, the National House chooses a winner. Elections occur every four years, and there are no term limits.

The Supreme Court is made up of seven justices appointed by the President and confirmed by the National House. The court system consists of 242 local courts, 24 district courts, and the Supreme court. Justices for the two lower courts are appointed by state authorities.

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