The treaty of Canberra, named for the capital of the Commonwealth of Australia and New Zealand, will place conditions on Canada and nations warring against it to end the Canadian war.
Canada will completely surrender its armed forces and nuclear arsenal to the Commonwealth, the United States and the Russian federation.
The Commonwealth, the United States and the Russian Federation will disarm the acquired nuclear weapons within six months of obtaining them. The weapons shall not under any circumstance be used.
After a three month period of temporary stability occupation after surrendering the Canadian armed forces, Canada will maintain a small defence force of 30,000 soldiers active, with 20,000 reserve soldiers. No more.
Articles deemed suspicious shall be inspected by a foreign inspection crew to ensure that Canada does not have the capability to construct any form of WMD.
A fully democratic government system shall be installed to Canada.
All known sites of uranium and nuclear energy shall be regularly inspected by foreign inspectors.
All civilians that were detained* in government bunkers will be immediately released and sent home. Humanitarian supplies will be sent by all signatories of this treaty.
All civilians that were not detained* in government bunkers shall be sent humanitarian supplies where needed. Those who do need it shall be sent these supplies. Any civilians caught hoarding supplies will be stripped of a majority of their supplies, and the supplies shall be sent elsewhere.
- Detained is defined here as legitimate detainment, noting that the Canadian government did not provide the option to remain out of these bunkers to their people.