North American Union Flag

The flag of the North American Union around the time of its creation.

The North American Union (French: Union nord-américaine, Spanish: Unión de América del Norte, Chinese: Bĕimĕi liánméng, Inuit languages: (Various)) is a political union of the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico, and the former US territories.

Administrative regions:

Continental American States: The former continental US.

Canada: Most of Canada (The Yukon was one of the places merged into Alaskon).

Alaskon: Alaska and the Yukon.

Caribbean: The Florida Keys and Puerto Rico.

Pacific: Hawaii and the former US territories.

After the Union was created, Canada and the US were effectively united, along with other places such as the US territories and Puerto Rico. Some US states such as Texas and California effectively had divided some of their areas to form technical New States in the late 2020s and early 2030s. Virginia and West Virginia were reunited, as were the Dakotas, and Alaska and the Yukon were merged as Alaskon. New Brunswick/Nouveau-Brunswick, P.E.I., and Nova Scotia were united as Acadia/Acadie.  

Official Languages: The union does not have an official or official languages, but the national languages are English, Spanish and French. In 2030, Cantonese, Mandarin and the Inuit languages became national languages as well, due to the increasing influence of those languages.

Flag: The flag of the union features a Canadian maple leaf within a United States flag with 51 stars representing the 51 traditional states of the US. The green on the rest of the flag symbolizes peace.

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