The republic of Canada is a geographically large, sparsely populated country north of the United States and Louisiana, with access to both the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. It gained full independence from Britain in 1925 after the Great War. It is rich in minerals and other natural resources.
- 1798: Canada's southern provinces are invaded by the United States, which takes control of the major cities of Ottawa, Quebec City, and Toronto.
- 1835: Canada cedes its previously dual control of the lower Pacific Coast to Louisiana (otl Oregon territory).
- 1925: Canadian parliament votes for national independence from Britain; Britain concedes peacefully.