Canada, officially The Kingdom of Canada, is a nation in North America.
Following the defeat of the United Kingdom in the British Civil War the remains of the British government fled to Canada. Upon the arrival of British refugees ot was decided that snap elections were to be held for an enlarged House of Commons with the inclusion of 16 new seats represent the new community of British refugees whilst the Canadian Senate was replaced by the House of Lords. The elections produced a decisive victory for the Liberal Party under the leadership of incumbent Prime Minister William Lyon Mackenzie King.
Through many of the years following the Fascist seizure of power in Britain Canada was involved in a series of conflicts over much of the former British Empire, known as the Colonial Wars, in an attempt to maintain British dominance in the former British empire, whilst British forces enjoyed limited success, retaining control of Iraq, Malaya, and Nigeria, they also lost control of East Africa and Egypt, only managing to maintain control over the Suez Canal as part of a Canadian garrisoned international zone by ceding Palestine and Transjordan to Egypt.
Alongside the Colonial Wars Canada also participated in the Second World War where, despite the limited contributions the Canadian military was able to contribute due to the ongoing Colonial Wars, they played a leading role in the allied victory over Nazi Germany.
Since the arrival of British refugees in the late 1930s 3 political parties have dominated Canadian politics, the Conservative Party, the Liberal Party, and the Democratic Labour Party, a merger of the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation, Canadian Labour Congress and the Labour Party.
Following the fall of the British Union following the British Liberal Revolution the issue of the role of British refugees in Canadian Politics has been questioned, with British refugees having separate representation in the Canadian House of Commons and with the House of Lords being dominated by British refugees, many Canadian politicians claiming the British refugees have a disproportionate influence in Canadian politics in relation to their size, and an influence which is no longer needed following the restoration of democracy in Britain.