The Greater North - A world where Canada is a superpower

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As promised, I said I would post a new and updated map of Canada in the next week or so, and I am here to share it! All of the information for the changes are down below. If you have any questions about them, I got answers prepared, so ask away!

  • New Oxford’s name has been changed back to Seattle.
  • Stumptown’s (Portland, Oregon) name has been changed to Bridgewater.
  • New Ireland has been changed back to New Brunswick.
  • The British West Indies has been divided into five new provinces (Antilles, Bahamas, Belize, Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago).
  • New expansion into Guyana, along with a few coastal islands off of Venezuela.
  • Infographic at the bottom has been expanded to include:
  • More seats being added to the House of Commons.
  • List of largest trading partners has been expanded, along with the Canadian Armed Forces information to include the armies history; rankings and percentages of provincial populations has been expanded; new territorial expansion infographic has been added; an ethnic composition pie chart has been added; a new list that shows the rankings and populations of Canadian metropolitan areas has been added; and a new section that shows the largest Canadian corporations has been added.
 
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Now its time to work on the American Civil War. If any of you have vast knowledge of the conflict, I please ask for all hands on deck to help me out with it. I want it perfect ;)
 
Gimme population figures and I can help work out allotments. I'll see if I can make/find a good MS Paint-editable basemap.
All of the population figures I currently have are on the Canada map. You should have enough information for it, but if not, I can draft something up
 
Just so I know what I need to keep on the blank map:

I assume you’ll want the provincial borders and coastlines (of course). Are you interested in keeping the rivers and smaller lakes or no?
I dont care for including smaller lakes. Rivers might be of some value though.
 
I did a bit of calculations and shiftings of my own, and came up with these for the provinces and their population, economic size, per capita income and capital and largest cities, to clarify a few things I see as inconsistent on the map:

Alberta8,425,804$632.74 Billion$75,096EdmontonCalgary
Antillies1,380,562$101.85 Billion$73,774BridgetownBridgetown
Assiniboia954,467$70.18 Billion$73,528AssiniboiaRegina
Athabasca2,894,188$225.86 Billion$78,039Athabasca CityFort McMurray
Bahamas632,711$50.85 Billion$80,368NassauNassau
Belize557,592$41.46 Billion$74,355Belize CityBelmopan
British Columbia24,716,605$1.910 Trillion$77,276VictoriaSeattle
Cheyenne1,198,652$88.68 Billion$73,893CasperGillette
Guyana1,413,177$108.45 Billion$76,742GeorgetownGeorgetown
Jamaica3,709,224$277.76 Billion$74,884KingstonKingston

Mackenzie141,417$10.15 Billion$71,774YellowknifeYellowknife
Manitoba4,700,529$352.94 Billion$75,085FargoWinnipeg
Michigan21,388,615$1.550 Trillion$72,468LansingDetroit
Minnesota12,059,261$892.21 Billion$73,985Saint PaulMinneapolis
Montana3,494,290$257.06 Billion$73,565HelenaBillings
New Brunswick2,855,724$205.88 Billion$72,094FrederictonMoncton
Newfoundland and Labrador1,504,188$118.34 Billion$78,674St. John'sSt. John's
Niagara12,687,416$920.17 Billion$72,526WatertownBuffalo
North Dakota2,615,057$184.96 Billion$70,729PattisonAberdeen
Nova Scotia2,097,835$155.28 Billion$74,019HalifaxHalifax

Nunavut493,820$37.75 Billion$76,445IqaluitNorway House
Ontario25,009,824$2.014 Trillion$80,825KingstonToronto
Oregon8,879,542$655.80 Billion$73,855SalemBridgewater
Prince Edward Island346,271$26.24 Billion$75,779CharlottetownCharlottetown
Quebec18,525,470$1.452 Trillion$78,379Quebec CityMontreal
Saskatchewan1,282,485$100.76 Billion$78,566SaskatoonSaskatoon
South Dakota1,818,326$130.85 Billion$71,962PierreSioux Falls
Thompson5,733,812$446.84 Billion$77,930BoiseBoise
Trinidad and Tobago2,576,197$200.26 Billion$77,735Port of SpainChaguaramas
West Ontario5,519,824$440.21 Billion$79,751WawaThunder Bay

Wisconsin12,705,676$942.10 Billion$74,148WilliamMilwaukee
Yukon2,848,473$220.25 Billion$77,322WhitehorseAnchorage
Canada Totals195,267,034$14.858 Trillion$76,091OttawaToronto

I made a few changes to these, namely rising the population a little bit in some places, making the economies much more level than the map's numbers (the GDP per capita of Canadian provinces here ranges from $70.769 in North Dakota to $80,825 in Ontario) and I moved a few capitals around. I moved West Ontario's capital to Wawa to act as a counterweight to the Mineral Belt to the east of it and the Thunder Bay-Kenora on the other side of the province, and moved Ontario's capital to Kingston in order to get more focus of the province on its eastern sections, and made Nunavut's largest city Norway House.

Thoughts? 🙂
 
I did a bit of calculations and shiftings of my own, and came up with these for the provinces and their population, economic size, per capita income and capital and largest cities, to clarify a few things I see as inconsistent on the map:

Alberta8,425,804$632.74 Billion$75,096EdmontonCalgary
Antillies1,380,562$101.85 Billion$73,774BridgetownBridgetown
Assiniboia954,467$70.18 Billion$73,528AssiniboiaRegina
Athabasca2,894,188$225.86 Billion$78,039Athabasca CityFort McMurray
Bahamas632,711$50.85 Billion$80,368NassauNassau
Belize557,592$41.46 Billion$74,355Belize CityBelmopan
British Columbia24,716,605$1.910 Trillion$77,276VictoriaSeattle
Cheyenne1,198,652$88.68 Billion$73,893CasperGillette
Guyana1,413,177$108.45 Billion$76,742GeorgetownGeorgetown
Jamaica3,709,224$277.76 Billion$74,884KingstonKingston

Mackenzie141,417$10.15 Billion$71,774YellowknifeYellowknife
Manitoba4,700,529$352.94 Billion$75,085FargoWinnipeg
Michigan21,388,615$1.550 Trillion$72,468LansingDetroit
Minnesota12,059,261$892.21 Billion$73,985Saint PaulMinneapolis
Montana3,494,290$257.06 Billion$73,565HelenaBillings
New Brunswick2,855,724$205.88 Billion$72,094FrederictonMoncton
Newfoundland and Labrador1,504,188$118.34 Billion$78,674St. John'sSt. John's
Niagara12,687,416$920.17 Billion$72,526WatertownBuffalo
North Dakota2,615,057$184.96 Billion$70,729PattisonAberdeen
Nova Scotia2,097,835$155.28 Billion$74,019HalifaxHalifax

Nunavut493,820$37.75 Billion$76,445IqaluitNorway House
Ontario25,009,824$2.014 Trillion$80,825KingstonToronto
Oregon8,879,542$655.80 Billion$73,855SalemBridgewater
Prince Edward Island346,271$26.24 Billion$75,779CharlottetownCharlottetown
Quebec18,525,470$1.452 Trillion$78,379Quebec CityMontreal
Saskatchewan1,282,485$100.76 Billion$78,566SaskatoonSaskatoon
South Dakota1,818,326$130.85 Billion$71,962PierreSioux Falls
Thompson5,733,812$446.84 Billion$77,930BoiseBoise
Trinidad and Tobago2,576,197$200.26 Billion$77,735Port of SpainChaguaramas
West Ontario5,519,824$440.21 Billion$79,751WawaThunder Bay

Wisconsin12,705,676$942.10 Billion$74,148WilliamMilwaukee
Yukon2,848,473$220.25 Billion$77,322WhitehorseAnchorage
Canada Totals195,267,034$14.858 Trillion$76,091OttawaToronto

I made a few changes to these, namely rising the population a little bit in some places, making the economies much more level than the map's numbers (the GDP per capita of Canadian provinces here ranges from $70.769 in North Dakota to $80,825 in Ontario) and I moved a few capitals around. I moved West Ontario's capital to Wawa to act as a counterweight to the Mineral Belt to the east of it and the Thunder Bay-Kenora on the other side of the province, and moved Ontario's capital to Kingston in order to get more focus of the province on its eastern sections, and made Nunavut's largest city Norway House.

Thoughts? 🙂
I like these numbers more, but not sure about the movement of capitals for the sake of continuity in all of the other maps. Looks like the map needs another update 🙏
 
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