|Canadian Civil War|
American Fighter jets drop bombs on FCC targets.
|North American Jihadist Movement|
|Commanders and leaders|
|Stephen Harper||Barry Weisleder||Hassan al-Hariri|
|65,000 Canadian troops, 12,000 loyalist militants, 43 NATO aircraft||15,000 initial protesters, ~48,000 opposition militants (FCA: 42,000, RCP: 150, NPC: 63, FPA: ~5500)||2500|
|Casualties and losses|
|5394 Canadian troops, ~2100 loyalist militants, 4 NATO pilots||~7400 total (FCA: ~7300, RCP: 36, NPC: 12, FPA: 10)||~570|
|7913 civilians killed|
The Canadian Civil War was a civil conflict that occurred in Canada from 2010 to 2014. It began on July 7th, 2010 when Canadian soldiers cracked down on G20 protesters in Toronto due to violence and civil unrest caused by the protest. During the Canadian Forces' occupation of the city, the Free Canadian Coalition was formed and many G20 protesters joined the group. The first clashes between the Canadian Army and the FCC occurred on July 13th and the group began to quickly expand its presence across the country. When the Canadian government announced that it would detain anyone with alleged links with opposition forces, the FCC fled to the Queen Charlotte Islands. All male residents of the Island between the ages of 18 and 45 were conscripted to the FCC's militant wing, the Free Canadian Army. The war ended on May 13th 2014 after many FCC leaders were killed in raids and airstrikes earlier that month and the remaining units surrendered.