Andrew McKenzie Caine

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Andrew McKenzie Caine

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Nationality Flag-Canada.jpg Canadian
Date of birth August 7th, 2010
Day 991 of the New World
Date of death Summer 2012 (est)
Residence Alberta
Sex Male
Newspaper The Harbinger.
Party president of Civilist Party
October 16, 2010 – November 16, 2010
Preceded by Sebastian Somar
Succeeded by Sebastian Somar
Vice president of CanVision Party
August 29, 2011 – October 16, 2011
Served under Artorius Perim
Party president of CanVision Party
October 16, 2011 – November 16, 2011
Preceded by Artorius Perim
Minister of Immigration of Canada
October 18, 2011 – November 18, 2011
Served under Addy Lawrence
Military rank Icon rank General**.png General**
Aircraft rank Airman 0.png Airman

Born on August 7th, 2010 (Day 991 of the New World) Andrew McKenzie Caine initially resided in Ontario, Icon-Canada.png Canada.


Canadian Paradox Party

Caine started out as an enthusiastic member of the Canadian Paradox Party under Mattoze5. Looking to make a name for himself, Caine attempted to become as pro-active as he could with the CPP. During his time with the Canadian Paradox Party, Caine would try to recruit new players in order to grow the CPP. Following a failed attempt at Congress in Nova Scotia, and the beginning of the "Project Mayhem" scandal, Caine would find himself disappointed in politics and resigned from the CPP.

Civilist Party of Canada

During "Project Mayhem", Caine became angered by the dishonesty of the government and began drafting an idea for a completely transparent party of equality and national pride. Caine selected the Rhinoceros Party of Canada for a potential PTO. He succeeded by one vote. Caine would then rebrand the party as the Civilist Party of Canada. However, after a few weeks of running his new party, Caine would become pressed by RL commitments and ended taking a hiatus for many months. His vision was dead before it could properly begin.

Return to eRepublik/CanVision Party

Caine would return to eRepublik in late August of 2011, just over a year after he first joined the New World. Upon seeing the radical political landscape changes, Caine found himself at a crossroads of choosing a political party to follow. Having remembered Kronos_Q's description of EPIC, Caine joined the party briefly, as he felt that it best represented his political beliefs. A few days later, Caine would reunite with his old friend Artorius Perim, who had recently began building CanVision Party. After speaking with Perim, Caine would leave EPIC and join CanVision. He would help rebrand the party's image and actively take part in helping Perim grow the party. Caine is currently the Vice President of CanVision and is beginning in his recruitment of new party members.

Caine was elected Party President on October 15th with 100% of the vote.

Minister of Immigration

Caine inquired about the open position of Minister of Immigration in Country President Addy Lawrence's cabinet. Caine was given the position of the Minister of Immigration.


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Caine holds the rank of Icon rank General**.png General**. He has served with HOPE II before it's merger with HOPE and HOPE III. He briefly served with HOPE before switching over to CanVision Tactical after its establishment.


The Harbinger.


Looking to make a name for himself, Caine founded his paper, The Harbinger. Established as "a paper for the people", The Harbinger had enormous dreams that Caine could not achieve with his status, experience, or limited wealth. Caine apologized for his inaction and vowed to make The Harbinger a true paper for the people. He revamped the paper on Day 1382 following his return to the New World a week before. The Harbinger also operated as an affiliate to CanVision Party's paper, "The Oculus".


Caine looks to:

  • help re-establish CanVision as a top political party of Canada.
  • establish new businesses in order to employ and aid new players
  • write weekly articles for The Harbinger. in order to keep eCanadians up to date on Canadian news and issues.