Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau announced today it has acquired enough land to add a new Canadian province in Israel. “Our new province is a positive move for both Canadians, Israelis and Palestinians. Canada is a country originally formed by peoples of many nations, including Aboriginal people and those from many European nations. Our hope is that the unity that all Canadians feel will spill over into the new province, uniting Canadians and all people currently living in Israel.”
While details are still evolving, Trudeau believes that all residents will eventually gain dual citizenship of Canada and Israel, while maintaining any citizenship they currently hold from disputed Israeli lands. “This will allow all citizens of the new province to move about freely, dispensing the need for Israeli work permits, which is always a hot button issue in Israel.
The addition of the new province, named Nova Canuck, brings the number of Canadian provinces to 11. While most Canadians are ecstatic about the addition of the new land, some remain skeptical. Disputers argue that Trudeau, who makes his love of the Israeli product SodaStream no secret, has acquired Israeli land to keep his beloved soda flowing. While Trudeau denies this, both Canadian and Israeli Twitter are blowing up over the hashtag #SodastreamsoTrudeau.
© Huffygirl 2016
Let’s see, what month is it now? After all, I’m sure people hundreds of years in the future will want to know when to celebrate the founding of this important international province.
I think April 1st is always a good day to celebrate these and other momentous events.Thanks Sharon.
Gee – I thought ‘Canuba’ was our 11th Province!
Wow wish I had thought of that name – maybe the next time I make up a fake province I could use it?
You’ve heard the Canuba joke? If Canada and Cuba united, the country could be called ‘Canuba’. Then we could tell the United States that we’ve got them surrounded.
I haven’t heard that before. Love it!
Canada is so great, it would be wonderful to spread it around the world!
Agree. Canada is almost my favorite country.