9. What about the Monarchy and Canada's ties to Great Britain?
The Monarchy would obviously have no place within a United North America, as it truly is an antiquated system of government that serves no real purpose in the 21st century. Furthermore, the US forbids all titles of nobility or royalty. However, ties to Britain would not be cut like a rope. Although the United States came into existence in resistance to British imperial rule, those days are long over. Most US citizens consider Britain to be their greatest ally and friend. Indeed, one could argue the US-British relationship is now stronger than the Canadian-British relationship. Union Jacks can be found all over America, and Canadian States would be welcome to retain their Union Jacks within their own State Flags (see Hawaii's State flag), as well as their British heritage.
quoted from the site unitednorthamerica.org
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