Republic of New Canada
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Coat of Arms
|Motto: Freedom and Equality Forever|
Musical Anthem: O' Canada
|Type of entity:||Micronation|
|Location:||North America, Antarctica, and Pacific Ocean|
|Area claimed:||2 Acres (just North America Territorry)|
|Date of foundation:||January 2006|
|Date of Dissolution||January 2008|
|Leadership:||President Zachary Vercetti|
|Purported organizational structure:||Semi-Presidential Federal Republic|
|Language:||English and French|
|Purported currency:||UNAro, US dollar, Canadian Dollar, and Acadame North Dinar|
The Republic of New Canada was a micronation located in the United States. It started as a small micronation of 5 acres on 16 October 2006.
The micronation chaged its second (New Canada originally) name from the Republic of Torantaanne to the Republic of New Canada. In early 2007 President Zachary A.A. Vercetti and Prime Minister Selina S. Wyatt declared presidency for life.
In March 2008, President Zachary A.A. Vercetti and Prime Minister Selina S. Wyatt were overthrown in a coup attempt. The revolution was successsful and peaceful, similar to people power in the Philippenes. The revolution peacefully installed Suzannah Wict as the new president of New Canada. The autocratic rule of Vercetti and Wyatt is now over and people enjoy freedom and democracy.
In April 2007, a new constitution was drafted. President Wict and The New Canadian Senate called it "dictator proof" and it was designed to guarantee democracy, freedom, and the corrupt Vercetti-Style government would not return.
President Wict declared New Canada would dissolve in 2008. Wict followed through with the declaration, and the micronation was dissolved on the same year.
As with any micronation, the legitimacy of the Republic of New Canada is questionable. New Canada maintains its real-world goal of International recognition.