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The states of the Republic of Cascadia consist of nine political entities that share equal responsibility with the Cascadian federal government, as stated through the 1965 Constitution, modeled directly after the Constitution of the United States. State Defense Forces – the Cascadian analogue to the United States' National Guard – have been the mainstay of the nation's peacetime military since the 1970s and are firmly established in multiple air force and army bases across all nine states.
|Name||Flag||Postal code||Admission||Population (1997)||Capital||Largest City||Preceding Entity|
|British Columbia||BC||May 17, 1965||407,000||Prince George||Kamloop|| British Columbia|
|Vancouver||VC||May 17, 1965||3,500,000||Vancouver||Vancouver|| British Columbia & Alberta|
|Cascades||CD||May 17, 1965||205,000||Dawson||Ft. Nelson||British Columbia (Canada)|
|Haida Gwaii||100px||HG||May 20, 1965||12,000||Queen Charlotte City||Queen Charlotte City||British Columbia (Canada)|
|Upper Prairie||UP||June 28, 1965||290,000||Claire||Claire||Alberta (Canada)|
|Alberta||AB||June 28, 1965||1,805,000||Edmonton||Edmonton||Alberta (Canada)|
|Athabasca||AT||July 8, 1965||1,500,000||Pasfield||Wollaston||Saskatchewan (Canada)|
|Naskapi||NK||July 10, 1965||1,700,000||Churchill||Churchill||Saskatchewan (Canada)|
|Assiniboia||AS||July 14, 1965||2,300,000||Saskatoon||Regina||Saskatchewan (Canada)|