Trenton Rendell

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Trenton Rendell

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Nationality Flag-Canada.jpg Canadian
Date of birth October 2008
Date of death Sometime in 2017 (est)
Residence Ontario
Sex Male
Newspaper The Canuck
Congress member of Canada
26 December 2008 – 26 March 2009
26 April 2009 – 26 June 2009
26 August 2009 – 26 September 2009
26 December 2009 – 26 January 2010
26 April 2010 – 26 June 2010
Minister Of Industries of Canada
5 January 2009 – 5 March 2009
Deputy Minister Of Defense of Canada
5 May 2009 – 5 June 2009
Served under John Wilkmot
Party president of Canadian Social Democrats
15 May 2009 – 15 June 2009
Minister of Immigration and Citizenship of Canada
5 September 2009 – N/A
Honorary Member of the Office Francophone
President of Canada
6 April 2012 – 5 May 2012
Military rank Icon rank Supreme Marshal***.png Supreme Marshal***
Aircraft rank Airman 0.png Airman

Trenton spent his first week living in Ontario. He then moved to the USA for a duration of two weeks. After finding that his new surrounding in the US was nothing compared to that of his homeland Trenton moved back to Canada and has lived there for the majority of his eLife.


Trenton decided to join Canadian politics after fighting many battles in the War with the CAF. During his life Trenton was a member of the Canadian Social Democrats, Canadian Progressive Front and EPIC. His major achievement is becoming President of Canada in April 2012.

Congressional Election Results for Trenton


December 2008 Congress: 27 Votes - Elected
January 2009 Congress: 12 Votes - Elected
February 2009 Congress: 37 Votes - Elected


March 2009 Congress: 7 Votes - Not Elected


April 2009 Congress: 22 Votes - Elected
May 2009 Congress: 50 Votes - Elected


August 2009 Congress: 10 Votes - Elected

Party presidency

In April 2009 Trent ran for the Party president of the Canadian Social Democrats, backed by the leaders of the other parties, and well know CSD members. Trent was a sure win. Though on election day the polls read a different story:

  1. Cleomynestra Cathak: 92 Votes
  2. Trenton Rendell: 29 Votes

In May 2009, seeing his party in utter ruins, Trenton decided to change everything. He ran for the Party president once again, this time running against Interm Party president Dabman. On election day things looked glim for Trenton with the voting standing 30 Dabman - 10 Trenton. It seemed like a sure victory for Dabman, but Trenton supporters started voting and most of the day it was a tie between Dabman and Trenton with Trenton eventually winning. It was the closest Election in CSD history with an 11 vote margin separating Trenton from Dabman.

  1. Trenton Rendell: 77 Votes
  2. Dabman: 66 votes

Country presidency

In May 2009 Cleomynesta Cathak was a candidate for the President of Canada, though dropped out hours before the election due to pressure and obscene messages. Reluctant to see Trenton as the President, She ran Dabman, a fellow CSD member, as the CSD's candidate for the President, though Dabman never wanted to run in the first place. In all the confusion and chaos among citizens and party leaders, the Democratic Action League decided to run Trenton Rendell as their candidate. Unprepared and nervous, Trenton debated President Bruck at the Presidential Debate and was not convincing enough. The May 2009 country President results were as follows:

  1. Bruck (CEP, PPC, CPP, LRP) 367 Votes
  2. Trenton Rendell (DAL) 114 Votes
  3. Miloslav (PNQ) 80 Votes
  4. Tantis (CLP) 53 Votes
  5. Gabriel Saviorus (CHAOS) 21 Votes

In April 2012, after Trenton won the party elections for EPIC, he candidated himself for the presidential elections and won against Rolo Tahmasee.