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Alright, after spending two months at home doing fuck all (waiting for military application stuff to go through its process) I decided to put pen to paper and finally put down an idea thats been mulling around in my head forever. This is just the back story to what I hope to write, which will be the journey of several young Canadian mean from all across our great country; following from their first time meeting in basic, to the war torn hell of world war three, which had its beginnings in our backyard. While the story is very war torn, aggressive, in some ways belligerent and war mongering, I hope someday it will show that even in the depths of a man-made hell, we as a people can still stand together, standing together for what is right, standing together in the defence of our country, and most importantly, standing together for the sake of each other, even when we are a thousand miles apart.

So yea, You'll find the back story very fucked up, at some points it may or may not make sense why something happened, but here it is. I hope you guys will be willing to help me make clear some of the details, and correct any errors I may have made (for instance, something regarding confirmed kills about a third of the way through). the story takes place between 2009 and 2013, and I try to leave the ending a bit open ended with Chaos still going on throughout some parts of the world... I hope to build of this later:

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On the Day Canada would have pulled out from Afghanistan, terrorists attack Canada on

the home front. Using Budget & semi trucks laden with fertilizer bombs, the terrorist

attack and destroy the CN Tower and First Canadian Place, aswell as damaging several

other office tower so exstensively they later have to be demolished. Over 1000

Canadians died. The current Liberal government decided to back out of the war in

Afghanistan immediately. This was the first rub against the US, as we were originally

pledged to stay until at least 2011. As a symbol of our resolve; however, the

governments of Ontario and Canada pledged to have the CN tower rebuilt, twice as tall

as it was before, aswell as taking a page from our neighbours to the south, and building

a new office tower in place of the old, this one having s spire reaching 1867 feet up

(year of our country's creation).

However, with this attack came a push for buildup of the country's military, including a

target to increase the current force numbers of 75 000 to 100 000 by 2014.

With this attack also comes tighter government control over the flow and production of

goods. The destruction of Canada's main financial centre meant the economy went into

a reccesion. With this, the government laid down regulations that 75 percent of every

primary recource must undergo secondary processing before export. This meant that

the several million barrels of oil being exported to the US would need to be cut back

inorder to faucilitate processing into more refined products such as gasline, desiel,

motor oil, etc.

This was the second of several major rubs against the US. The US believed in the

free-flow of money and recources, especially since the processing of such recources led

to US jobs. This also was percieved by the Americans to hurt the American companies

who extracted the oil; infact they were given a year before the first refineries open to

continue raw exports before switching over to selling oil to the refineries. In protest

several oil companies simply cut production, reduced production, and layed off

workers. The Canadian government then "illegally" evicted one of the companies as an

example to the rest, who quickly went back to work extracting oil. This sparked several

NAFTA cases, eventually leading Canada to pull out of NAFTA. Another rub was when

the Americans were begining to send commerical ships through the Northwest passage,

which sparked major contriversey with the Canadian government.

Several years later, and with several more rubs against the american's regarding

policies, including opposition to US surgical strikes in Iran, the Americans learned of a

rogue Russian general's plans to claim Canada's arctic expanse. The protection of

which Canada still wasn't taking seriously in the eye's of the US. In response to this,

American's secretly send up 4 submarines to chase the Russian subs out of Canadian

waters. They completed this mission succesfully, and told Canada about "possible

Russian incursions in the future." Ironically, at the time the Americans were advising

Canada to watch out for russians, one of Canada's Rangers spotted a submarine. In

order to show up to the Americans that we could defend ourselves, the military

immediately sent a "search and destroy" mission including 8 Aurora aircraft, without

first cross checking with allied forces to make sure it wasn't one of theirs. The mission

was succesful, and all four submarines were found and sunk in Canadian waters, killing

hundreds of American sailors. The destruction of the submarines was labelled as a

Canadian victory by the military and government, much to the publics distain. Once it

was found out that it was an American submarine however, many people went quiet.

With this illminded, illogical desicion making, the Americans proclaimed that they no

longer wished Canada to be a part of NATO, fearing that its continued presence would

be detrimental to the whole of the alliance. Canada agrees, citing that many of the

allied nations seemed unwilling to help each other anyways in difficult times. With

Canada leaving, America also stated that it would no longer actively patrol Canada's

arctic expanse, leaving the defense of the archipellago soley in Canada's hands. Again,

mainly because they feared for there own soldiers lives.

No less than a year later, American ships were being boarded by Russian pirates.

Americans wished to send special forces teams to the north to fend off the pirates, and

reclaim ship and crew, as Canada didn't have the forces present to deal with the pirates

itself. However, the Canadian government refused to allow American forces entry into

their territory, citing that many vessels were in Canadian waters without permission in

the first place. This allowed the pirates to take refuge in Canadian territory with little

opposition. One captured vessel in particular held uranium cargo, being shipped from

Churchill Manitoba to England. This lead Americans to fly their special forces north in

secret, going around Canadian airspace until they were near to the Russians, then

flying into Canadian airspace, dropping their forces and equipment off on the ground,

then flying out before they were seen. Unfortunately a Canadian icebreaker armed with

air-air missles detected the American aircraft, and thinking them to be a pair of Russian

bombers who flew too far inbound, shot them down over northern Quebec.

Knowing this was the case, the Americans quickly organised a small task force to go

destroy any remaining parts of the aircraft and find surviving crew members. They were

succesfull in destroying the aircraft, and located the crewmembers 100 kilometers east

via transponder. They were en-route to a pick up point along the east coast of

newfoundland when they ran into and engaged a small group of reservists patrolling

the area. They succesfully engaged the reservist patrol, however they soon discovered

that their battle was witnessed by hunters from a nearby villiage. The villiage appeared

to have no electrical supply, and as such the Americans thought there was no instant

form of communication. So they burned the village and executed its 250 residence.

However, several residence had sattalite uplinks, and soon word and video footage of

the American attack got out to the authorities in addition to the resivists spotting

"contacts" in that general area. Not long after Canadian paratroopers landed, found,

and killed several of the american special forces team, taking the rest prisoner.

With this attack on the village, Canada declaired sanctions upon the US, cutting exports

of everything from oil and electricity to water and wheat. This threw America into an

economic frenzy, as without oil gas prices and the price of oil shot up, and there wasn't

nearly enough electricity to power all of America. Not more than two monthss later,

islamic terrorists based in Canada, now supported by dozens of enraged Canadian

people, attacked America. They destroyed the Empire State Building, Sears Tower and

Freedom Tower in the same meathod as they destroyed the First CN Tower and First

Canadian Place. Ironically this was the same group now supporting Canada that

originally attacked it. Following up on this attack, an AWOL Canadian Sniper tem

recently affiliated with the group assasinated the President of the United states, and

were later captured in full Canadian combats.

The Vic-president of the united states was deeply affiliated with corporate America, and

since day 1 of the election didn't approve of Canada's economic policies, especially in

more recent years. Now, with the cut of of oil exports from American companies in

Canada, electrical cut-offs, terrorist attacks by Canadian terrorists, and a president

assasinated by Canadian soldiers, he had a more than justifyable reason for invading

Canada, and getting the resources back America so depsarately needed, and money

flowing once again among American companies.

The initial invasion was two fold, American forces bombarded american city's and

military bases along the south, while ground forces advanced from the Detroit-windsor

border Northwest to Ottawa, aswell as North from Montana Through Alberta to

Edmonton. Major battles during this initial invasion occured when Canadian Tanks from

Petawawa and Quebec held off an american offensive in Toronto for almost 3 days

straight, with nearly 4 times as many American ground casualties as Canadian. Nearly

all American air-forces sent in to support the battle were shot down by Anti-aircraft fire,

including dozens of warthogs and 8 spectre gunships. With the American airforce

focusing on attacking Toronto, the Canadian airforce could destroy power stations,

railways, bridges, and water-supply systems all throughout the American Northeast.

While still suffering heavy casualties, losing 2 aircraft for every three sorties, it was far

less than what could be initially anticipated without americans distracted, and did a

number on the American infastructer. Several Canadian fighters were even able to take

on F-22s and F-35s 1 on 1, 2 on 2, 4 on 4, and sometimes even outnumbered, and come

out victorious. One such example was when 2 F-18's en-route back to base from a

bombing run on a power station in southern New York State came up behind 4 F-35s

being escorted by 2 F-22s to the Battle in Toronto. With another F-18 pair to the

Northwest as an initial distraction for the F-22s, the F-18's shot down three F-35s with

their sidewinder missles, and quickly finished the remaining aircraft off in a dogfight.

Uond hearing the distress call from the F-35 pilots, the F-22s returned to engage. but by

turning the other F-18s several miles away were fed info from ground radar about the

F-22s location, and fired air-air missles at them. both missles missed, and the F-22s took

out the original 2 F-18s at medium-range, but by that time the second two F-18s were

right on the F-22s tail. After a rather long-lived dogfight, one F-22 ran out of fuel and

was quickly shot down. The remaining F-22 wasn't able to out-do the Canadian F-18s,

and too was shot down. The F-18s then proceeded to shoot down an AWACS aircraft to

the east before returning to the Forward operating base in southern Quebec (the

original airbase being destroyed).

The other major battle raging was in Alberta. The British had offered Canada the

support of the British forces currently training in southern Alberta. The combined

British-Canadian Forces engaged the Americans just south of Edmonton. This caused a

bottleneck in the massive convoy travelling up the Deerfoot. Soon the Highway was a

250 Kilometer long parking lot with American Tanks, troop carriers, fuel trucks, etc. all

stalled waiting for the battle in Edmonton to clear up. Due to the long distance between

the border and Edmonton, most American aircraft were spotted soon after crossing the

border and usually shot down by anti-aircraft guns located in the City of Calgary.

Without aircraft support In Edmonton, the Canadians and british were able to mow

through American forces. After half a day of fighting, with the highway fully backed up,

the Canadian engineering corps detonated bombs placed under the length of the

highway, destroying the entire American Convoy from Leduc down south to Calgary. 40

000 American soldiers died with the push of that button. Master Corporal Lance A.

Rawson instantly became the soldier with the highest ever confirmed kills for one

person. Under the awe of the destruction behind them (A smoke cloud 250 kilometers

long that was clearly visible from space), and a seeminly unstopable Canadian and

british offensive infornt of them, plus no more support of any kind for several hours, the

American troops surrendered. While the Canadian and British troops lost a total of 17

tanks in the battle, they captured 35 American tanks, which the Canadian and British

tank crews quickly adapted too. Though initially fuel would be a problem for these

tanks, Canadian forces captured several trucks in Calgary and were quickly heading

North on secondary highways. A pair of reserve infantry corps, now fully mobilised, set

up station along with an enginering corps in Carstairs, quickly recruiting towns-people

from over 50 kilometers around to help set up a secondary stronghold in the area to

help the troops in Edmonton prepare for battle. In the meantime, every overpass from

Calgary to Edmonton and beyond was rigged to explode, aswell as several portions fo

the secondary highway. The attack didn't come however, it would be almost 3 weeks

before the Americans once again advanced on Edmonton. Roused by the destructioon

of the American convoy to the north, the citizens of Calgary, Lethbridge, Medicine Hat,

and all the smaller towns in between began rebelling against the american occupiers.

Word of this victory quickly spread eastward to Toronto. And while Toronto itself was

quickly falling to the Americans, Engineering corps out there rigged the highways and

bridges in much the same fashion as they did in Alberta. A week after occupying

Toronto, American forces began advancing on Ottawa, but once there and engaged by

what remained of the tank, artillary, and infantry devisions in the area, the engineers

blew the 20 portion of the highway they managed to rigg for explosion just southwest of

Ottawa, killing another 5000 Americans. Severely damaged and demoralised, the

Americans withdrew back to Toronto, where they were having alot of difficulty dealing

with rebbellious citizens, much as they were in Calgary.

This Lull period of approximately two weeks in these areas allowed the city's of

Montreal, Ottawa, and Edmonton to train and outfit those who were willing to fight

against the americans. The training wasn't much, just teh absolute basics; how to shoot,

how to communicate, and how to hide. Several of the trainers felt guilty training these

people tobe meatsheilds, but it was neccisary if the soldiers were to continue laying

down traps for the americans to fall into, which were what was causing the true

casualties of the war.

An intresting figure to note at this time was total casualty numbers, while over 60 000

American troops have died at this point, only 10 000 Canadian soldiers, seamen, and

airmen have died, and the war has only been raging for approximately 2 weeks.

Due to the severe american losses of late, and Civilian restlessness, American soldiers

all over occupied towns began firing upon civilians. not to long after these things

started happening, a few men shooting at Americans was cause to level a town of 5000

people. This soon became prevolent, with Americans killing over 100 000 citizens of

Canada in various acts of violence. The Government of Canada charged this as

genocide, and implored nations still freindly to Canada to assist. Great Briton was the

only nation who declared war on America before Canada asked for help, after hearing

the horrers of what was going on told by her personel performing recconasaince in

southern Alberta. Soon after Holland answered the call, then France and Finally

belgium. Germany said it would offer Canada supplies for assistance, but due to it's

charter could not defend militarily until attacked first.

Before the forces of Europe could mobilise, America made a desparate push to take

ovcer the landmass of Canada, sending almost a million personel north of the border

over a 1 week period. Ottawa, Montreal, and Quebec city quickly fell to this push, and

soon most of atlantic Canada and the St. Lawrence region was under American control,

but with heavy casualties on both sides. Edmonton however, prooved to be more

difficult for Americans. One general famously saying "Emonton is the pimple scarring

the face of North America, I Intend to be the one to pop it!" Even with a constant

offensive, Americans had to first take over the airbase at moosejaw before they had an

effective staging point for an air-based attack on Edmonton. This took three weeks to

accomplish, by which time most of Quebec, Ontario, southern Manitoba, sourthern

Saskatchewan, and Southwest British Columbia were taken over.

By the time the British Engaged the American Navy off the southern Coast of Greenland,

America controlled all Canadian territory south of the 60th parrellel save for Northern

Quebec and Newfoundland, and controlled the Yukon territory. One week later the

French engaged America near it's old territorial Islands of St. Pierre and Miquelon.

Eventually British and duth Navies push through the American Naval blockade and

begin stationing troops in Northern Quebec.

Almost at the same time that this occurs, American troops engage russians along

Canada's arctic archipellago. this quickly turns ugly, as the russian troops call in air

support, who are engaged by american fighters. the fire fight goes back and fourth, with

both america and russia declairng claims over the arctic. not long after a full blown war

is being waged between the two, allowing the ruropean countries to land more troops

in Quebec. To gain allies for a war in Europe, America offers to defend Greenland and

Norway from the Russians (a product of convinience of course). This gains them allies

and staging points for attacking Europe. At first they are able to station aircraft in

Norway and Denmark, making succesful runs at attancking eastern France and Holland,

while aircraft carrier groups attacked the western coasts of France and Great Briton.

From here on out the plot stay's pretty basic so far, due to lack of American protection

as it engages Russia and now Europe, China annexes most nortions not directly allied

with it in southeast asia. Along with North Korea, it now attacks Tiawan, Japan, and

Sorth Korea. Later on moving to attack Tadjikistan and other former soviet block

countries northwest of Afghanistan. This initially pisses off the US, who now declares

war on China, but is unable initially to send much force against china. With this building

confidence in china, it begins to send troops through more soviet-block countries, taking

thei countryol away from russia. This pisses russia off, who now declairs war on China.

Eventually China and India go at it, Sweeden and Findland are now drawn into a

full-blown war with southern europe. Eventually I'm hoping Brazil volunteers to help

America in it's fight against Venezuala (and othersouth American nations that join the

help venezuala. along with Brazil, portugal offers assistance. this angers spain as US

warplanes now use it aswell as a base against france. So spain declairs war on

portugal and the US. With all this fighting in western europe, Russia sets up more stable

puppet governments in the warsaw pact nations. Triggered by russian troops being

kicked out of the arctic by advancing Allied forces, Russia soon has them attack western

Europe. This hwever, draws half a dozen countries in southern europe, including Italy,

Greece, and Turkey, to wage war against them in defence of their european allies. Iran

decides it's kick of the middle Eastern Sandbox, and with newly aquired Russian nukes

turns isreal and sourrounding area's into a sea of glass. It instantly has every other arab

country at it's throat for killing off millions of muslims aswell as the jews. Africa does it's

thing and the warlords start shooting at everybody. Did I already mention Latin America

eventually gets drawn into war with America?

Anyways, eventually some dumb idiot in the russian forces decides that going through

germany is too hard, so they attack switzerland of all places. eventually a couple rouge

nukes are fired off, and most of europe turns into hell. not neccisarily nuclear hell, but

the entire continent is wartorn, from armies fighting each other, to citizens fighting each

other, to the police clashign with muslims.

I'm also hoping a separatist force will rise up in quebec and raise hell for a ltiile while.

then the nukes start to fly between the US and Russia, with some russian nukes hitting

Calgary, Tornto, Montreal, and Quebec City. This, plus Canadian Nationalist forces,

wipe out the separatist group. Note that by this time Canada is mostly under it's own

control again.

anyways, once American forces are all driven south of the 49th aswell as out of Alaska

and Denmark, plus the fact they are fighting a nuclear war, they draw a peace treaty

with europe, stating that all current ccupied territory goes to the occupiers... We

Canadians were fucking pissed, and so were the Europeans. We eventually deal with

them that everyone who came to our aid initially gets a cut of the recource money's to

be gained from Greenland. Not to long after the American treaty, Russia find it prudent

to declair peace with Canada and western Europe aswell, feeling the pressures of a

three-front war.

soon the fighting with china on America and Russia's part ends aswell, and Pakistan &

China and India are all free to fire nukes off at eachother and war away for a bit long.

Americans putting troops in australia and what is left of japan to defend those countries

from any collateral damage, and Russia putting troops along it's southern border.

yea, Denmark is pretty much screwed losing out on greenland, but atleast they still

exist, unlike isreal and Finland (Finland was annexed by the Russians).


Looking at this, i think it might be better for Canada as far as keeping Alaska and Greenland are concerned if Europe stays at war with Russia for another year or too. In the long term I hope that refugees from everywhere; Russia, America, South America, China, Africa, and our allies in Europe, will come to Canada in the end as the safest lace around... and hopefully keeping together in unity. Afterwards I hope Canadian Engineers reincarnate the avro arrow in a more modern form in defense of our country, which will eventually lead to another war between us and either china or india (whomever survives) over water.


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Good to know that part is realistic. :)


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Here is an updated version, hopefully easier to follow. I've made a few tweaks to the original start, plus added alot more detail into what happens later on. I finished this particular update at 3:15 in the morning, so if things begin to repeat or don't make sense, it's cause I was tired... and I hope you guys are willing to help point those things out anyways.

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On the Day Canada would have pulled out from Afghanistan, terrorists attack Canada on the home front. Using Budget & semi trucks laden with fertilizer bombs, the terrorists attack and destroy the CN Tower and First Canadian Place, aswell as damaging several other office tower so extensively they later have to be demolished. Over 1000 Canadians died. The current Liberal government decided to back out of the war in Afghanistan immediately. This was the first rub against the US, as we were originally pledged to stay until at least 2011. As a symbol of our resolve; however, the governments of Ontario and Canada pledged to have the CN tower rebuilt, twice as tall as it was before. They also pledged to help fund the re-construction of Toronto’s financial district. As taking a page from our neighbours to the south, and building a new office tower in place of the old, this one having s spire reaching 1867 feet up (year of our country's creation). In addition to this the banks, which were the primary companies to lose their office towers, used the government grants plus insurance fund to build their headquarters even larger than before. This included a 1300-foot replacement of Scotia bank Place, a 1400-foot building a 1000-foot building, and a 900-foot building to replace those lost in TD plaza, and an 1100-foot replacement of the Trump Tower.

However, even though Canada was pulling out of Afghanistan, this attack leads to a push for build-up of the country's military. This including a target to increase the current force numbers of 75 000 to 100 000 by 2014, and a push to increase the reservists force to 50 000. Over the next 3 and a half years however, nearly 200 000 Canadians enlisted with the reserves.

With this attack also comes tighter government control over the flow and production of goods. The destruction of Canada's main financial centre meant the economy went into a brief but steep recession. With this, the government laid down regulations that 75 percent of every primary resource must undergo secondary processing before export. This meant that the several million barrels of oil being exported to the US would need to be cut back in order to facilitate processing into more refined products such as gasoline, diesel, motor oil, etc. The construction boom spawned by this announcement turned the recession around over the next 6 months, as many companies were forced to invest in manufacturing facilities throughout the country.

This was the second of several major rubs against the US, after the unplanned pullout from Afghanistan. The US believed in the free-flow of money and recourses, especially since the processing of such resources led to US jobs. This also was perceived by the Americans to hurt the American companies who extracted the oil; in fact they were given a year before the first refineries open to continue raw exports before switching over to selling oil to the refineries. In protest several oil companies simply cut production, reduced production, and layed off workers. The Canadian government then "illegally" evicted one of the companies as an example to the rest, who quickly resumed oil production. This sparked several NAFTA cases, eventually leading Canada to pull out of NAFTA. Another rub was when the Americans were beginning to send commercial ships through the Northwest Passage, which sparked major controversy with the Canadian government over concerns regarding the environment and economic spin-offs.

Not long after Canada pulled out of Afghanistan, Iran procured a nuclear weapon. With the development of this weapon, Russia declared Sanctions on the country, and NATO forces moved in, although Canada opted to stay out. With their loss of power in Iran, extremists there re-located to Pakistan, where over the next year and a half they fostered a rebellion against the current governmental system, replacing it with a more “suitable” style of government. This government didn’t actively encourage, but assisted in the development of Islamic forces to fight in Afghanistan and now Iran. Another year passes before the US, alongside India, declares war on Pakistan, which is in part supported now by China. At this same time, a nuclear device is detonated in Miami, killing 250 000 Americans. The American’s find the terrorists to have attacked from Cuba, and attack the country, attempting to “seal the hole.” This Enrages dozens of Other Latin American country’s, and lead by Venezuela, 15 Latin American countries under the control of drug lords including Columbia, Peru, Bolivia, and Chile attack American forces in Cuba seeking to liberate the county from American control. This would be considered suicidal if it weren’t for American forces already stretched thin, with over 500 000 troops now in the Middle East.

3 years after the initial attacks in 2009, the Americans learned of a rogue Russian general's plans to claim Canada's arctic expanse, the protection of which Canada still wasn't taking seriously in the eye's of the US. America still felt threatened by this, as the Canada could be an easy point of entry for any future force, be it terrorist, Chinese, or Russian. In response to this, America advised Canada of "possible Russian incursions in the future," and to be more vigilant regarding its arctic environment. In the meantime, American secretly sends up 4 submarines to chase the Russian subs out of Canadian waters before the Canadian military was sent to deal with it. Ironically, at the time the Americans up chasing the Russians off, one of Canada's Rangers spotted a submarine. In order to show up to the Americans that we could defend ourselves, the military immediately sent a "search and destroy" mission including 8 Aurora aircraft, without first cross checking with allied forces to make sure it wasn't one of theirs. The mission was successful, and all four submarines were found and sunk in Canadian waters, killing hundreds of American sailors. The destruction of the submarines was labelled as a Canadian victory by the CDS, who originally approved of the mission himself, much to the public’s distain. Once it was found out that it was an American submarine however, the military, and the CDS and government in particular, were quietly humbled.

With this ill minded, brazen, illogical decision making, the Americans proclaimed that they no longer wished Canada to be a part of NATO, fearing that its continued presence would be detrimental to the whole of the alliance, citing the destruction of it’s four subs sent to PROTECT Canada. They also disapproved again of Canada’s pullout from Afghanistan and it’s refusal to commit to the war now raging in Iran and Pakistan. Canada agrees, citing that many of the allied nations seemed unwilling to help each other anyways in difficult times, and a “US controlled” NATO seems hell bent on throwing the world into Chaos. With Canada leaving, America also stated that it would no longer actively patrol Canada's arctic expanse, leaving the defence of the archipelago solely in Canada's hands. Again, mainly because they now feared for there own soldiers lives, and Canada WAS indeed looking to establish its presence there.

No less than a year later, Russian pirates were boarding American ships. At first Americans sent Special Forces teams to the north to fend off the pirates, and reclaim ship and crew, as Canada still didn't have the forces present to deal with the pirates itself. However, the Canadian government soon rebuked at America’s consistent trespassing of Canadian territory, and would declare sanctions on the US if they continued. They didn’t grant American forces entry into their territory in the first place, citing that many vessels were in Canadian waters without permission, and as such wrote off any possible protection from their homeports. This allowed the pirates to take refuge in Canadian territory with little opposition. One captured vessel in particular held uranium cargo, being shipped from Churchill Manitoba to England. While this particular voyage was sanctioned by Canada (it was a Canadian shipping company), the Americans couldn’t allow the cargo to fall into terrorist hands. Fearing Canadian incompetence with the situation, the Americans flew a Special Forces Team north in secret, going around Canadian airspace until they were near to the captured vessel, then flying into Canadian airspace, dropping their forces and equipment off on the ground, then flying out before they were seen. Unfortunately a Canadian icebreaker en-route to the captured vessel armed with air-air missiles detected the American aircraft shot them down over northern Quebec. The reason for this being was that the aircraft were not identifying themselves as Canadian, American, or other, and were heading straight for Canadian territory.

Knowing this was the case; the Americans sent in a back-up force prepared specifically for this scenario to go destroy any remaining parts of the aircraft and find the surviving crewmembers, which if discovered could lead to sanctions. They were successful in destroying the aircraft, and located the crewmembers 100 kilometres southeast via transponder. They were en-route to a pick up point along the east coast of Newfoundland when they ran into and engaged a small group of reservists patrolling the area. They successfully engaged the reservist patrol; however, they soon discovered that the battle was in earshot of the nearby village, and many people had arrived to witness the battle. After watching several people flee to the village as they shot those they could, they noticed the village appeared to have no electrical supply, and as such likely no instant form of communication. Performing the tactical analysis, they thought to quickly destroy the village and it’s 100 residents. However, several people had satellite uplinks, and soon word and video footage of the American attack got out to the authorities in addition to the original reservist report of spotting "contacts" in that general area before they were engaged. Not long after Canadian paratroopers landed, found, and killed several of the American Special Forces team, taking the rest prisoner. This village was the former home of the Inuit character, his mother, father, and little sister were killed.

With this attack on the village, Canada declared sanctions upon the US, cutting exports of everything from oil and electricity to water and wheat. This threw America into an economic frenzy, as without oil gas prices and the price of oil shot up, and there wasn't nearly enough electricity to power all of America. Not more than two months later, the Islamic terrorists that originally blow up the CN tower, now based in Canada and supported by hundreds of enraged Canadian people, attacked America. They destroyed the Empire State Building, Sears Tower and Freedom Tower in the same method as they destroyed the First CN Tower and First Canadian Place. Ironically this was the same group now supporting Canada that originally attacked it. Following up on this attack, an AWOL Canadian Sniper team including the Inuit character assassinated the President of the United States, and were later captured in their full Canadian combats.

The Vic-president of the United States was deeply affiliated with corporate America, and since day 1 of the election didn't approve of Canada's economic policies, especially in more recent years. Now, with the cut of oil exports from American companies in Canada, electrical cut-offs, terrorist attacks by Canadian terrorists, and a president assassinated by Canadian soldiers, he had a more than justifiable reason for invading Canada, and getting the resources back America so desperately needed, and money flowing once again among American companies.

The initial invasion was two fold, American forces bombarded Canadian cities and military bases along the south. Meanwhile ground forces advanced from the Detroit-Windsor border Northwest to Ottawa, aswell as North from Montana through Alberta to Edmonton. Major battles during this initial invasion occurred when Canadian Tanks from Petawawa and Quebec held off an American offensive in Toronto for almost 3 days straight, with nearly 4 times as many American ground casualties as Canadian. Nearly all American aircraft sent in to support the battle were shot down by Anti-aircraft fire, including dozens of warthogs and 8-spectre gunship. With the American Airforce focusing on attacking Toronto, Canadian Special Forces teams attacked and destroyed all American airbases within 150 kilometres of the Ontario border and 250 Kilometres of the Montreal border. This allowed the Canadian Airforce relative safety both fending off attacking aircraft, and attacking other American ground installations and infrastructure, including power stations, railways, bridges, and water-supply systems all throughout the American Northeast. While still suffering heavy casualties, losing 2 aircraft for every three sorties, it was far less than what could be initially anticipated without Americans distracted, and moderately disabled, and did a large number on the American infrastructure. Several Canadian fighters were able to take on F-22s and F-35s 1 on 1, 2 on 2, 4 on 4, many times even outnumbered, and still come out victorious. One such example was when 2 F-18's en-route back to base from a bombing run on a power station in southern New York State came up behind 4 F-35s being escorted by 2 F-22s to the battle in Toronto. With another F-18 pair to the Northwest as an initial distraction for the F-22s, the F-18's shot down three F-35s with their sidewinder missiles, and quickly finished the remaining aircraft off in a dogfight. Upon hearing the distress call from the F-35 pilots, the F-22s returned to engage. But by turning the other F-18s several miles away were fed info from ground radar about the F-22s location, and fired air-air missiles at them. Both missiles missed, and the F-22s took out the original 2 F-18s at medium-range, but by that time the second two F-18s were right on the F-22s tail. After a rather long-lived dogfight, one F-22 ran out of fuel and was quickly shot down. The remaining F-22 wasn't able to outmanoeuvre the Canadian F-18s, and too was shot down. The F-18s then proceeded to shoot down an AWACS aircraft to the east before returning to the Forward operating base in southern Quebec (the original airbase being destroyed by the earlier American Blitz).

The other major battle raging was in Alberta. While the British hadn’t initially offered Canada the support of the British forces currently training in southern Alberta, the officers in charge apparently didn’t get the massage. With report of American brutality being fed to the officers back in Briton, they agreed to support the British troops currently stationed in Canada in their fight against the Americans. The combined British-Canadian Forces engaged the Americans just south of Edmonton. This caused a bottleneck in the massive convoy travelling up the Deerfoot. Soon the Highway was a 250 Kilometre long parking lot with American Tanks, troop carriers, fuel trucks, etc. all stalled waiting for the battle in Edmonton to clear up. Due to the long distance between the border and Edmonton, most American aircraft were spotted soon after crossing the border and usually shot down by anti-aircraft guns located in the City of Calgary. Without aircraft support In Edmonton, the Canadians and British were able to mow through American forces. After half a day of fighting, with the highway fully backed up, the Canadian engineering corps detonated bombs placed under the length of the highway, destroying the entire American Convoy from Leduc down south to Calgary. 40 000 American soldiers died with the push of that button. Corporal Lance A. Rawson (Second Character we follow) instantly became the soldier with the highest ever-confirmed kills for one person. Under the awe of the destruction behind them (A smoke cloud 250 kilometres long that was clearly visible from space), a seemingly unstoppable Canadian and British offensive in front of them, and no more support of any kind for several hours, the demoralized American troops surrendered. While the Canadian and British troops lost a total of 17 tanks in the battle, they captured 35 American tanks, which the Canadian and British tank crews quickly adapted too. Though initially fuel would be a problem for these tanks, Canadian forces captured several trucks in Calgary and were quickly heading North on secondary highways. A pair of reserve infantry corps, now fully mobilized, set up station along with an engineering corps in Carstairs, quickly recruiting towns-people from over 50 kilometres around to help set up a secondary stronghold in the area to help the troops in Edmonton prepare for battle. In the meantime, every overpass from Calgary to Edmonton and beyond was rigged to explode, aswell as several portions of the secondary highways leading north. The attack didn't come however; it would be almost 3 weeks before the Americans once again advanced on Edmonton. Roused by the destruction of the American convoy to the north, the citizens of Calgary, Lethbridge, Medicine Hat, and all the smaller towns in between began rebelling against the American occupiers.

Word of this victory quickly spread eastward to Toronto. And while Toronto itself was quickly falling to the Americans, Engineering corps out there rigged the highways and bridges in much the same fashion as they did in Alberta. A week after occupying Toronto, American forces began advancing on Ottawa, but once there and engaged by what remained of the tank, artillery, and infantry divisions in the area, the engineers blew the 20 portion of the highway they managed to rig for explosion just southwest of Ottawa, killing another 5000 Americans. Severely damaged and demoralized, the Americans withdrew back to Toronto, where they were having a lot of difficulty dealing with rebellious citizens, much as they were in Calgary and other parts of Alberta.

This lull period of approximately two weeks in these areas allowed the city's of Montreal, Ottawa, and Edmonton to train and outfit those who were willing to fight against the Americans. The training wasn't much, just the absolute basics: how to shoot, how to communicate, and how to hide. Several of the trainers felt guilty training these people to be meat shields, but it was necessary if the soldiers were to continue laying down traps for the Americans to fall into, which was what was causing the majority of enemy casualties during the war. It also allowed Canadian special forces to infiltrate and destroy American Infrastructure in the south, including the destruction of Hover Dam, Most of the rocky-mountain based Interstate System, power stations and substations, telecomm towers, oil refining facilities, and military targets such as aircraft manufacturing plants throughout the country. Canadian citizens who were in the US at the time of the start of the war, and not yet detained, were encouraged to raise hell within American communities and cause as much destruction of American road and rail systems as possible.

An interesting figure to note at this time was total casualty numbers, while over 60 000 American troops have died at this point, only 10 000 Canadian soldiers, seamen, and airmen have died, and the war has only been raging for approximately 2 weeks. Also due to the war now raging in Canada, America had even less resources to devote to the war in Cuba, and also began pulling troops out of the Middle East. In response to the lack of resources for war in Cuba against Latin America, America Recruited Brazil, French Guiana, and Portugal to help fend off the offending nations.

Due to the severe American losses of late, and Civilian restlessness, American soldiers stationed in many occupied towns began firing upon aggressive civilians. Not to long after news of these things started happening, many more civilians began attacking Americans. Eventually this escalated to the point where, when faced with what appeared to be every person in a town fighting against them, the Americans simply ordered in a fuel-air bomb to level the town of 5000 people. This was the first, and most notable, as British troops recorded approximately 200 of the 5000 citizens fighting the 120 heavily armed and armoured American troops stationed there, but the strike was called anyways. This soon became standard practice, and Americans eventually killed over 100 000 citizens of Canada in this manner. The Government of Canada charged this as genocide, and implored nations still friendly to Canada to assist. Great Briton was the only nation who declared war on America before Canada asked for help exactly 1 week after the first report of unnecessary air strikes and atrocities from Southern Alberta and Ontario began flooding the war rooms and parliament. Soon after Holland answered the call, then France and Finally Belgium. Germany said it would offer Canada supplies for assistance, but due to it's charter could not defend militarily until attacked first.

Before the forces of Europe could mobilize, America made a desperate push to take over the landmass of Canada, sending almost 3/4ths of a million personnel north of the border over a 2 ½ -week period. Ottawa, Montreal, and Quebec City quickly fell to this push, and soon most of Atlantic Canada and the St. Lawrence region were under American control, but with incredibly heavy casualties on both sides, at one point a total of 100 000 died in one day. The battles raged from conventional warfare between both sides in the fields north and east of Toronto, to citizens within major cities dropping thousands of Molotov cocktails and other explosives from skyscrapers onto American troops as they attempted to engage other citizens and soldiers at the actual street level, and even entire hospitals rigged to explode before American’s occupied an area, so that when Americans took over the medical facilities for their own uses, thousands of injured soldiers within the structures would be killed. There were even numerous cases of elder men, especially WW2 and Korean War veterans doing suicide-bombing runs on American troops and convoys. Upon American capture of skyscrapers full of citizens throwing Molotov cocktails out onto the troops below, the towers would be detonated, usually 5 or more at a time, at one point killing 30 000 troops and 10 000 civilians as all of the rebuilt towers from the terrorist attacks save for the 1867 foot tall building were detonated at once. Edmonton however, proved to be even more difficult for Americans. One American commander on CNN famously saying, "Edmonton is the pimple scarring the face of North America, I Intend to be the one to pop it!" Even with a constant offensive, much of which was hung up by battles in Calgary in which similar practices to the war in Toronto were being raged. (Including the destruction of office towers killing over 12 000 American troops and 5000 civilians at the same time the towers in Toronto were destroyed). Americans had to first take over the airbase at Moose Jaw before they had an effective staging point for an air-based attack on Edmonton. This took another three weeks to accomplish, by which time most of Quebec, Ontario, southern Manitoba, southern Saskatchewan, and Southwest British Columbia were taken over. As of now the war had already surpassed 250 000 dead.

By the time the British Engaged the American Navy off the southern Coast of Greenland, America controlled all Canadian territory south of the 60th parallel save for Northern Quebec and Newfoundland, and controlled the Yukon territory. One week later the French engaged America near it's old territorial Islands of St. Pierre and Miquelon. Eventually British and Dutch Navies push through the American naval blockade and begin stationing troops in Northern Quebec. Air craft and Carrier groups now stationed in Portugal.

Almost at the same time that this occurs, several American troops now head North with little resistance in the arctic wastes, save for a three daylong battle in Yellowknife. They engage not only the Russian pirates, which has been capitalizing on the turmoil, but Russian troops aswell. The Russian troops being in the arctic to secure the land for resource extraction. They are ordered to remove all foreign presence to “protect the arctic archipelago” from foreign invaders. This quickly turns ugly as the Russians increase there troop numbers and call in air support, which are engaged by American fighters. The firefight goes back and fourth, with both America and Russia proclaiming their intent to “protect” the arctic. Not long after a full-blown war is being waged between the two, with actual declarations of war from wither side. This allows the European countries to land more troops in Quebec. To gain allies for a war in Europe, America offers to defend Greenland and Norway from the Russians (a product of convenience of course). This gains them allies and further staging points for attacking Europe. At first they are able to station aircraft in Norway and Denmark, making successful runs at attacking eastern France and Holland, while aircraft carrier groups attacked the western coasts of France and Great Briton. However, with frequent flights over it’s airspace from American aircraft, Spain declares war on America and Portugal, and with the help of French ground forces soon overruns Portuguese and American defences. At the same time, Germany enters the war when it engages American jets flying over its territory while en-route to attacking France, Holland, and Belgium. With the entry of Germany attacking American forces, and “invading” Denmark to do so, Sweden and Finland are drawn into the war by their mutual defence pact with Denmark, recently signed when it became apparent NATO was collapsing.

Mexico underwent a revolution, whereby the Latin supporting people overthrew the pro-US government leading to Mexico joining the war of South America. With America now focusing solely on the war in Canada, South America, and Europe, it pulls all remaining troops out of the Middle East. With this loss of presence, extremists regain control of Iran and Iraq. Recognising the pullout as a sign of weakness, the Chinese take the opportunity to regain control of Taiwan, as well as occupy any Southeast Asian country not previously allied with them, over the next 6 months. American’s, with little forces to spare, are unable to help Taiwan. With this China and North Korea move to take over South Korea and Japan. This prompts American reprisal, albeit a rather weak force of three carrier groups, which are soon overrun by the hundreds of aircraft of China and North Korea. With the relative ease of the war with America, China begins to take over former soviet block countries. This angers both Russia and India, as China had already been supplying Pakistan weapons, including nuclear weapons, in it’s war against India, aswell as encompassing India from all sides. This, plus what could be considered pleading from America, leads to war with India. Russia declared war on China 2 month later when after continued conquests of soviet block countries, in became apparent china was illegally stealing resources from Eastern Russia.

Over these 8 months, Allied European forces took over Greenland, almost the rest of Atlantic Canada, Northern Ontario, and now are moving into Manitoba and Nunavut. With the loss of Greenland, America can no longer send aircraft and troops over the north, being cut off by Europeans and Russians in Northern Canada and Greenland. This leads to Germany and Belgium to be able to take over Denmark and most of Southern Norway and Sweden. With all this fighting in Western Europe, Russia sets up more stable puppet governments in the Warsaw pact nations without much concern from the west, and begins an invasion of a now battered Finland.

Now weakened in the Canadian, European, and Pacific fronts, America enlists Argentina to assist with the war in South America, which while it is winning in Cuba, Venezuela, and now Mexico, Brazil is steadily losing ground.

Another Month passes by. European forces move even further north into the Artic Archipelago, and after engaging Russian forces there, fall back to let the Americans fight them in the hopes both armies will weaken each other. However, in northern Sweden and Finland, European forces engage Russian troops there. Before a large conflict started, a localized ceasefire was called, in which Russia remained in Finland while Western Europe remained in Norway and Sweden. In the meantime, the battle between India and China grows substantially, with over a million troops from each respective country crossing and re-crossing the border daily. Iran, with nuclear weapons given to them by Russia, now nukes Israel and the surrounding areas. Due to the losses of many Muslims, many other Arab nations declare war on Iran and the Iranian supporting countries of Iraq and Afghanistan. One interesting note was a large Quebecois build up of separatists taking the opportunity of mass confusion to gain a stronghold in the cities along the St. Lawrence, engaging American forces to the south. Initially the Europeans in the North, whom were more focused now on western Canada, ignored them.

Another 2 months pass by in North America, and the Europeans managed to cut the Americans off, controlling land all along the 60th parallel from the Pacific Ocean to Hudsons Bay. This leads to American weakness fighting the Russians, and when it appears that the Russians are able to provide more reinforcements than the Americans can kill off, they strike at the Russians to take back the Archipelago. This angers Russia, who now attacks Allied forces in Scandinavia, aswell as mobilizes the former Warsaw pact nations to war against the western Europeans. This garners a response from southern Europe however, and Italy, Greece, and Turkey join the fight a month later, striking at the Warsaw pact nations from the south and east.

At this time America started making gains once again in Canada, breaking the European line along the 60th parallel. Germany and the south-European countries remained strong however, which lead to Russia attacking Switzerland in an attempt to get through. This plan went wrong really fast for the Russians, and within two weeks a Russian commander mistakenly gave the order for nuclear weapons to be fired. Some made it through, striking the cities of Berlin, Frankfurt, Hamburg, and Zurich. The American missile defence shield intercepted many of the remaining nukes. With confidence in their now proven system, the Americans fire nuclear weapons at Russia, and Russia responds with their nuclear weapons. Unfortunately for the Americans the system in North America couldn’t handle so many missiles, and over 2 dozen American cities were struck, aswell as the Canadian Cities of Calgary, Toronto, Montreal, and Quebec City. With this newfound American and Russian weakness, Europeans quickly gain control of Canada and Alaska. With the losses of so much territory so fast, America asks for a peace agreement, which Europe is wishing to accept. However, Canada demands that in reparations for the atrocities committed by America, that America agrees to hand over Alaska. Initially America declines, but several more Russian nukes landing on previously unstuck cities like Chicago changes their minds within 2 days. This allows Europe to focus solely on the war in Europe, which has now seen several Russian nuclear weapons being fired back and forth. America also backs out of the war with China, abandoning India and it’s former Asian allies to focus on war with Russia.

The war in Europe rages for another 6 months before Russia finally caves to Europe, signing a peace agreement. In this agreement Russia keeps Finland, but loses control of the rest of the Scandinavian countries. At the same time as these peace talks are going on, negotiations are opened up with America regarding peace. In it, both country’s state that the nuclear “catastrophe” was caused accidentally, and both countries agree to unify their future nuclear weapons programs in the mutual defence of their nations against foreign nations. The primary reason for this was that America was now dealing with an offensive from South America and a succession movement in the southern States, Russia’s reason was it being slowly taken over by China.

The war between China and India continues on however, and just two months after peace in Europe, a faltering India launches nuclear weapons on both China and Pakistan. This leads China to end its wars with Russia and the occasional skirmishes with America. Over the next 2 ½ years standard warfare continues until china reigns supreme, conquering India and enslaving those it didn’t kill. In the meantime Russia prepares for War with china again by lining its southern border with troops, and America attacks to liberate Japan and South Korea. This war continues for another 6 months until China buckles.

In the meantime, Norway, Sweden, and Denmark were all their own countries again. But while the war in Europe was still raging, a nation-building Canada was given control of Greenland, and refused to relinquish it to the Danish. Ultimately, it had to share resource revenues from Greenland with Briton, France, Germany, Holland, and Belgium; however, just as Norway had to share it’s arctic revenues with these countries for 25 years aswell.

Ultimately, with renewed conflicts between America and China, 10 million Americans Immigrated to Canada, just as another 7 million Russians refugees fearing China also came to Canada, and 8 million European refugees also came, trying to escape the horrors of war and it’s after-effects in Europe. So while Canada lost 10 million people, 7 million of them men, there were 25 million people from other countries to fill the void, including several thousand European soldiers who deserted their old countries, knowing their family’s to be dead in the nuclear war-torn holocaust. Surprisingly, most refugees got along, even though their country’s fought one another, because they all had the common goal of rebuilding their lost lives, and defending this newfound country they called home.

As a testament to this unity in an uncertain and war-torn world, the CN tower still stood, surviving three nuclear strikes. Its three legs came to represent the three sides in this country’s war, the Russians, the Americans, and the allies, all standing together as one great people. It’s this togetherness that will allow these future Canadians to withstand anything, just as the CN tower withstood nuclear bombs.


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