Talk:USA-Canada War

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I don't know the specifics, but I know for a fact that all of the battles weren't won by Canada. Before the ceasefire, America had claimed a few Canadian territories, and after the ceasefire, Canada reclaimed them, and then the treaty was signed. I know because I fought on America's side during the second half of the battle. --AgentChieftain Flag of the Crescent and Star (TALK|HIST) 17:43, 28 June 2008 (BST)

I only copied that from the Wars page, digg that history to blame the responsible person :) --MiniBill chat with me 17:46, 28 June 2008 (BST)
Blame him :) --MiniBill chat with me 17:48, 28 June 2008 (BST)
AC's right. After the ceasefire we had at least Manitoba. Possibly more. --Emerick 08:44, 6 July 2008 (BST)

Bias and Fact?

I realize that not all information is going to be fair and unbiased, but this has to be redone.

1st: AC's right about the first day. The US won 9 territories the first day, and we managed to secure Manitoba each and every day until the Canadians won it and accepted the ceasefire.

2nd: "Canada has become one of the most active countries in Erepublik?" I dont think so. Canada has a very strong base of active players, but hardly in competition with others and outright statements such as that simply breed inaccuracy.

I doubt this page is ever going to go undisputed. I did, in my opinion, a pretty fair painting of the USCAN war on the main US page, but I doubt you'll agree.

Edit this page also.... and on debates issue your write something like this: "Debates on this (topic) are still open. Some Citizens say (point of view 1), while others say that (point of view 2)..." --Belea2008 Hail eSouth Africa! chat with me 23:35, 6 July 2008 (BST)


I usually call this the US-Canadian War. It's just easier to say; it rolls off the tongue easier. The US part isn't that big of a deal, and I wouldn't suggest changing the name based soley on that, but in my opinion, saying US-Canadian(or Romanian-Ukraine) giving ownership to one country, just makes sense to me. It might seem trivial, but I thought it was worth mentioning --Emerick 20:16, 8 July 2008 (BST)

There's a little problem: in the Wars page, links to specific wars are auto-generated --MiniBill Italian in the deep core chat with me 08:36, 9 July 2008 (BST)
How hard would it be to do it manually? --Emerick 20:47, 10 July 2008 (BST)
Not much, really, just add a parameter with the correct #if (I'm doing it now) and add(in the Wars page) the correct name and move the war page --Mini "Template boy" Bill Italian in the deep core wanna chat? 21:20, 10 July 2008 (BST)

Added How it Ended

I. John Wilkmot added a section describing the peace talks at the end

Neutrality of the article

I, as an American citizen who fought in the war, see no reason to have this tag on this article.

Also, sidenote- the "important persons" part seems useless without any explaination on why those people are important.
--Emerick 20:22, 21 November 2009 (UTC)