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State of Ontario
Ontario
— Subdivision of United States of America
Timeline: An Independent in 2000
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Location of State of Ontario
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Capital
(and largest city)
Toronto




Governor John Tory


Lt. Governor Area area km² Population 12,000,000  Admission September 16th, 2008




Ontario is home of Ottawa, the former Canadian capitol and is the largest of the new formerly Canadian states. Following its entrance into the union in 2008 the state has seen an economic boom and has witnessed the creation of several new and vibrant industries. Politically the state is moderate and is a key state in presidential elections.

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