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The '''Dominion of Canada''' (commonly called, simply, '''Canada''') is a [[sovereign]] [[nation]] of the [[Britain|British]] Commonwealth, north of the continental [[United States]].
 
The '''Dominion of Canada''' (commonly called, simply, '''Canada''') is a [[sovereign]] [[nation]] of the [[Britain|British]] Commonwealth, north of the continental [[United States]].
   
Canada is of little [[medieval]] significance. It was sighted by [[Leif Ericsson]] in the [[11th century]] but all subsequent [[viking]] settlements in [[Vinland]] were failures. It was [[colony|colonized]] throughout the late [[medieval]] and [[renaissance]] [[period]]s by [[France]] and [[Britain]] through a process of annexation from the indigenous [[Native American|First Nations]]. By the [[16th century]] Newfoundland became an important [[fishing]] area.
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Canada is of little [[medieval]] significance. It was sighted by [[Leif Ericsson]] in the [[11th century]] but all subsequent [[viking]] settlements in [[Vinland]] were failures. It was [[colony|colonized]] throughout the late [[medieval]] and [[renaissance]] [[period]]s by [[France]] and [[Britain]] through a process of annexation from the indigenous [[Native American|First Nations]]. By the [[16th century]] Newfoundland became an important [[fish]]ing area.
   
 
==The SCA in Canada==
 
==The SCA in Canada==

Latest revision as of 18:56, 16 October 2006

The Dominion of Canada (commonly called, simply, Canada) is a sovereign nation of the British Commonwealth, north of the continental United States.

Canada is of little medieval significance. It was sighted by Leif Ericsson in the 11th century but all subsequent viking settlements in Vinland were failures. It was colonized throughout the late medieval and renaissance periods by France and Britain through a process of annexation from the indigenous First Nations. By the 16th century Newfoundland became an important fishing area.

The SCA in Canada

In the SCA, there are a number of kingdoms that have groups in Canada.