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Dominion of Ontario/State of Ontario
Timeline: Irish and British Alliance

OTL equivalent: Ontario (from 1977-1991, also includes Manitoba and north Saskatchewan)
Flag Coat of Arms
Flag Coat of Arms
Location of Ontario
Ontario in blue; left is Ontario as a Canadian state as of 2018, right is Ontario as an independent nation as of 1990.
Capital Waterloo (Ottawa from 1977-1991)
Largest city Toronto
Other cities Kitchener
  others French
Governor name of governor
Former Prime Minister Joe Clark

Established July 1, 1867 (Confederation of Ontario)

Independence May 4, 1977 (Canadian Civil War, independence)
Currency Canadian dollar ($) (Ontarian dollar ($) from 1977-1991)

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Ontario is the first state of the United States of Canada, and was the most populous place in Canada prior to the 1990s. Ontario was also an independent successor state to Canada during World War III, consisting of modern-day Ontario, Manitoba and north Saskatchewan. Ontario has some of the best industry in Canada, and was where a large group of Canadians could see one's works or one's industries. Today, Ontario is still pretty big, but mostly because of New York, it isn't necessarily the media, cultural or industrial capital of Canada anymore. Windsor in Ontario is the automotive capital of Canada, and has been even when Michigan was annexed in 1991. Most of Ontario's population lives in Southern Ontario; indeed, some of the largest cities in Canada as well as the very capital of the country are located here. Ontario borders Manitoba to the west, Quebec to the east, Minnesota, New Netherlands, Michigan and Ohio to the south and is bordered by James Bay and Hudson Bay to the north.

The former nation of Ontario was divided into a few states: Manitoba, Huron, Erie, Superior, Toronto, Athabasca, Assiniboia and Hudson. At one point, Alberta was a state, but was annexed to the Soviet Socialist Republic of Canada.