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Premiers of Cape Breton Island

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Premiers of Cape Breton Island (1866–) [Separated from Nova Scotia in 1794; Formal Home Rule in 1866]
11. 1866–1871 James Charles MacKeagney (Liberal-Conservative majority)
12. 1871–1878 Newton LeGayet MacKay (Liberal-Conservative majority)
13. 1878–1879 Hugh MacLeod† (Liberal-Conservative majority)
14. 1879–1887 William MacDhòmhnaill (Liberal-Conservative majority)
15. 1887–1900 Hector Francis MacDougall (Liberal-Conservative majority)
16. 1900–1908 Alexander Johnston (Liberal majority)
17. 1908–1913 David MacKeen (Conservative majority)
18. 1913–1919 Daniel Duncan MacKenzie (Liberal majority)
19. 1919–1937 Finlay MacDhòmhnaill (Conservative majority)
10. 1937–1941 Matthew MacLean (Liberal majority)
11. 1941–1952 Clarence Gillis (Social Democratic majority)
12. 1952–1959 Michael MacDhòmhnaill (Social Democratic majority)
13. 1959–1972 Allan MacEachen (Liberal majority)
14. 1972–1978 Thomas MacKeough (Conservative majority)
15. 1978–1985 Robert Muir (Conservative majority)
16. 1985–1991 Vince MacLean (LiberalSocial Democratic majority coalition)
17. 1991–1997 Brian Young (Conservative majority, then Conservative minority)
18. 1997–2004 Paul MacEwan (Liberal Democratic majority)
19. 2004–2008 Rodger Cuzner (Liberal Democratic majority)
20. 2008–2020 Rodney MacDhòmhnaill (Gàidhlig Caidreachas majority, then Gàidhlig Caidreachas minority)
21. 2020–2020 Tammy Mártain (Liberal Democratic minority)
 

LeinadB93

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Do the cod wars still happen ITL?
I think the OTL Cod Wars would likely be butterflied and would form part of the negotiation between the Nordic countries and the United Empire in the 1950s that brought the Nordic Cooperation Council into the Commonwealth.
 
Premiers of Prince Edward Island

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Premiers of St. John's Island (1791–1798) and Prince Edward Island (1798–)
11. 1791–1806 James Curtis (Nonpartisan)
12. 1806–1819 John Stewart (Nonpartisan)
13. 1819–1826 Angus Macaulay (Nonpartisan)
14. 1826–1833 William MacNeill (Nonpartisan)
15. 1833–1841 George Dalrymple (Liberal majority)
16. 1841–1849 Thomas Heath Haviland Sr. (Tory majority)
17. 1849–1853 Joseph Pope (Tory majority)
18. 1853–1859 George Coles (Liberal majority)
19. 1859–1863 Donald Montgomery (Tory majority)
10. 1863–1866 Sir John H. Gray (Tory majority)
11. 1866–1869 Sir Edward Palmer (Anti-Commonwealth majority)
12. 1869–1874 James Colledge Pope (Conservative majority)
13. 1874–1879 Robert Haythorne (Liberal majority)
14. 1879–1883 Louis Henry Davis (Liberal majority)
15. 1883–1890 William Wilfred Sulivan (Conservative majority)
16. 1890–1893 Neil MacLeod (Conservative majority)
17. 1893–1897 Frederick Peters (Liberal majority)
18. 1897–1901 Alexander Warburton (Liberal majority)
19. 1901–1908 Arthur Peters† (Liberal majority)
20. 1908–1911 H. James Palmer (Liberal majority)
21. 1911–1927 John Alexander Mathieson (Conservative majority)
22. 1927–1933 Albert C. Saunders (Liberal majority)
23. 1933–1940 Irving Toombs (Social DemocraticProgressive majority coalition)
24. 1940–1945 Thane A. Campbell (Liberal majority)
25. 1945–1953 J. Walter Jones (Liberal majority)
26. 1953–1957 Alex W. Matheson (Liberal majority)
27. 1957–1966 Walter R. Shaw (United Conservative majority)
28. 1966–1976 Alexander B. Campbell (LiberalProgressive majority coalition)
29. 1976–1981 Sir Angus MacLean (United Conservative majority)
30. 1981–1983 Aquinas Ryan (Progressive minority)
31. 1983–1991 Joe Ghiz (LiberalProgressive majority coalition)
32. 1991–1999 Catherine Callbeck (ProgressiveLiberal majority coalition, then Progressive Democratic majority)
33. 1999–2003 Patrick Binns (United Conservative majority)
34. 2003–2009 Keith Milligan (Progressive Democratic majority)
35. 2009–2013 Olive Crane (United Conservative majority)
36. 2013–2017 Michael Redmond (Progressive Democratic majority)
37. 2017–2020 Sharon Labchuk (Green majority)
 
Oooh pretty.
I agree with the honourable member.

At least Britmerica has decent provincial flags, unlike the all too many godawful OTL US state flags.
Ah, I see Leinad tactic, due to him making his plans to escape his cage, he hasn’t had enough time to entertain his magnificent and benevolent maste-um, readers, yes I mean readers.

As such, he has used pretty pictures to distract the more pliable prison warde-um, readers, again sorry I meant readers, see above.

Well I am sorry Leinad, but with this escape attempt and the successful breeching of the cage last week, it seems we have to get the cattle prods out again.

If only you stopped being such a bad boy with these insane thoughts of freedom and salvation, then we wouldn’t be in this situation, alas.:evilsmile:
 
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LeinadB93

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Oooh pretty.
I agree with the honourable member.

At least Britmerica has decent provincial flags, unlike the all too many godawful OTL US state flags.
Why thank you :D

I thank the even more honourable member and agree that anything is better then a seal on a bed sheet.
I have a feeling Mexico has cornered the market on those designs ITTL :p

Ah, I see Leinad tactic, due to him making his plans to escape his cage, he hasn’t had enough time to entertain his magnificent and benevolent maste-um, readers, yes I mean readers.

As such, he has used pretty pictures to distract the more pliable prison warde-um, readers, again sorry I meant readers, see above.

Well I am sorry Leinad, but with this escape attempt and the successful breeching of the cage last week, it seems we have to get the cattle prods out again.

If only you stopped being such a bad boy with these insane thoughts of freedom and salvation, then we wouldn’t be in this situation, alas.:evilsmile:
Haha very true! Back to work I go :)

Finally I can start to fill in the hole in the middle of North America!

Beautiful :) suppose I'd better share the missing designs for Missouri, Colymbia, Louisiana and the Ohio Country...
 

LeinadB93

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Speaking of flags, I assume there are fewer fleg related issues in Ulster ITTL. :p
Oh definitely :)

With Colorado and Wyoming, they both have very nice OTL flags. But I sort of feel that it is cheating to use them without modification.

For Colorado, some thoughts:
I'm quite partial to design #3, but it is maybe too cluterred, while I think #2 has a certain stylistic simplicity to it.

For Wyoming:
I don't like the ensign, and the different colours were me trying to incorporate the OTL state colours. I feel top left is too complicated. So it's between the two re-proportioned buffalo flags, just deciding on colours...
 
Oh definitely :)

With Colorado and Wyoming, they both have very nice OTL flags. But I sort of feel that it is cheating to use them without modification.

For Colorado, some thoughts:
I'm quite partial to design #3, but it is maybe too cluterred, while I think #2 has a certain stylistic simplicity to it.
If you remove the "C" and the white stripe, #3 would look like a decent Australian state flag.

Maybe just have #2, without the "C" and centre the coat of arms?

For Wyoming:
I don't like the ensign, and the different colours were me trying to incorporate the OTL state colours. I feel top left is too complicated. So it's between the two re-proportioned buffalo flags, just deciding on colours...
I like the blue, red and white with Buffalo.
 
Oh definitely :)

With Colorado and Wyoming, they both have very nice OTL flags. But I sort of feel that it is cheating to use them without modification.

For Colorado, some thoughts:
I'm quite partial to design #3, but it is maybe too cluterred, while I think #2 has a certain stylistic simplicity to it.

For Wyoming:
I don't like the ensign, and the different colours were me trying to incorporate the OTL state colours. I feel top left is too complicated. So it's between the two re-proportioned buffalo flags, just deciding on colours...
#3 for Montana and the middle one for Wyoming
 

LeinadB93

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If you remove the "C" and the white stripe, #3 would look like a decent Australian state flag.
That is true. Hadn't noticed that... Now I really want to do the logical Colorado-in-Australia :p

Maybe just have #2, without the "C" and centre the coat of arms?
I don't know... that just feels too bland...

I like the blue, red and white with Buffalo.
They are the ones I'm leaning towards.

Ok. What about premier lists? How much work are those?
Similar length of time TBH... I have to research the provinces/states, settle on a system of political parties and elections, then map that onto politicians and follow imperial/national/local trends...

I would never want to post something that is inadequate, inaccurate, incomplete or not the best it could possibly be.

BTW, love the flag stuff.
Thanks :) You know you can like a post if you enjoy it...
 
Oh definitely :)

With Colorado and Wyoming, they both have very nice OTL flags. But I sort of feel that it is cheating to use them without modification.

For Colorado, some thoughts:
I'm quite partial to design #3, but it is maybe too cluterred, while I think #2 has a certain stylistic simplicity to it.

For Wyoming:
I don't like the ensign, and the different colours were me trying to incorporate the OTL state colours. I feel top left is too complicated. So it's between the two re-proportioned buffalo flags, just deciding on colours...
Colorado 1#
Wyoming 2#/Middle Flag but put the white section at the bottom or change it to vertical and have the flag half and half with the Union Jack on the red side and the Buffalo in the blue square on the white side.
 
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