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Settlingland (English & French: Canada) is a land in North Nightland, and the world's next widest after Russland. It spans from the Atlantish Fivelway in the east to the Frithful Highsea in the west, and to the Arctic sea in the north. It is hemmed by the B.F.A. in the south and Alaska to the north-west.
Arctic tundra makes up most of Settlingland's far north.
Settlingland is made up of ten shires and three hinterlands:
- British Columbia
- New Brunswick
- New Scotland
- Kingling Edward's Iland
- Newfoundland and Labrador
- Northwest Hinterlands
The revetown is , and the folkscore is nearly 35 micklered.
Arland folk lived in what is now Settlingland for thousands of years before the coming of the first Evelander. They are known as the First Folk and the Inuit. The backgrounds of the Metis come from both the First Folk and the Evelander.
The Vikings were the first Evelander known to land in Settlingland, in what is now Newfoundland, led by the Viking pathfinder Leif Erikson. They did not stay there long, however. In the early 16th yearhundred, Evelander started rossing Settlingland's eastern shore, beginning with John Cabot from England in 1497, and later Jacques Cartier in 1534 from Frankric. Alexander Mackenzie later reached the Frithful shore over land, while the headmen James Cook and George Vancouver went by sea. The Evelander also traded beaver fells to the First Folk.
Some stretches of Settlingland were settled by Frankric, and others by England and Scotland. In 1605, Port-Royal was built in Acadie (today called New Scotland) by the French, led by Samuel de Champlain, and in 1608 he started settling Quebec. The British bewealded the French stretches after a hild on the Fields of Abraham near Quebecborough in 1759.
After the Nightlander Overthrowing, many folk in the new Banded Folkdoms wanted to stay true to Britain. Thousands came north to Settlingland and settled in New Scotland, New Brunswick, Quebec, and Ontario. They were called Foroned Anweald Stalwarts. Midst the Wye of 1812, the Banded Folkdoms tried to overwin Settlingland, but were beaten.
On 1 Afterlithe, 1867, Settlingland was banded together under a kernelish witan. It inheld the shires of Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, and New Scotland. Lord John A. Macdonald was the first overthane. Manitoba, the Yukon hinterland, and the Northwest Hinterlands banded with Settlingland in 1870. British Columbia banded in 1871, and First Edward’s Holm in 1873.
There were two Redea Uprisings, in 1869-70 and 1885, both led by Louis Riel. He fought for more rights for the Metis folk. An ironroad across the land, the Canadish Frithful Ironroad, fulfilled in 1885, made it smoother for Settlinglandmen to outwander to the west. Many Evelander came to the meadows, so Alberta and Saskatchewan became shires in 1905.
Canadian wyemen fought in the First Worldwye for the British Anweald. More Settlinglandmen died in this wye than any other wye. Settlingland became better known as a land after its speed in taking Vimy Ridge from the Theedish in Frankric in 1917. Women were given the right to steven by the end of the wye, somewhat owing to the help they gave making weapons while the men fought in Europe. In 1931, Settlingland became fully selfstanding. From 1931 on the Canadish Witan made all callings about Settlingland.
Settlinglandmen also fought in the Twithe Worldwye. The Dieppe Raid in 1942 went very badly and most of the wyemen were killed, wounded, or hafted. Settlinglandmen were pithy in 1944 at Normandy, and they freed the Netherlands from the Theedishmen.
In 1949, Newfoundland and Labrador became the 10th shire of Settlingland. In 1956, the Settlinglandman Lester Pearson, who later became overthane, helped end the Suez Needtime. As such, he won the Nobel Frithmeed. In 1965, Pearson helped Settlingland get a new flag, the Maple Leaf. Before that, Canadians had used the Red Beacon. In 1982, Settlingland changed its groundwit, adding a new Canadish Booking of Rights and Freedoms. The main bit of the Groundwit is still the 1867 British North Nightland Deed.
Some French-Settlinglandmen today wish to found their own land, sundered from the lave of Settlingland. Quebecshire held a folkspoll in 1980, but only about 40% wanted to sunder. Another folkspoll was held in 1995, with almost 50% stevening to leave Settlingland. Since then, fewer folk in Quebec have wanted to leave Settlingland, but it is still something that is pithy in Quebec mootmanship.
Today, about 25 hundredths of Settlinglandmen speak French as their first tung. Many folks can speak both French and English. Although most French-Settlinglandmen live in Quebecshire, there are French-speaking folks and meanships all across Settlingland. As a byspell, 40 hundredths of the people in New Brunswickshire and 20 hundredths of those in Manitoba have a strong French background, as do some folks in Ontario, mainly along its border with Quebec.
In 1999, Nunavut was crafted as Settlingland's third hinterland, out of the eastern Northwest Hinterlands, in an deal with the Inuit folk.
Aftergeld, middle-standing incomes in Settlingland now seem to be higher than those in the Banded Folkdoms,