My Fellow eCanadians,
It has been a few days since I have addressed you and I figured it was time for some updates on what has been going in the Executive. As has been the case with my previous administrations, foreign affairs have been our greatest area of focus. This month however, we have also looked to rebuild our domestic programs as well.
This month we launched Guns N' Buns . Guns N' Buns is a program built to supply active members of eCanada's Division 1 to help build our community in the future.
The program currently gives 6000 energy and 40 Q7s a week. The program is receiving 25,000 CAD a month from the government, which only covers a little over a week of operations. If you are able to donate weapons, food, or funds please send them to Crisfire . Your support is appreciated and helps strengthen our community.
Due to problems with the existing country forums we will be launching a new country forum over the weekend. We will inform everyone once it is up and running. We would like to thank Homer and Goran for all their help with the forums.
Before the forum had collapsed the Executive had proposed raising the Work Tax to build a surplus in order to ensure that eCanada has funds to fight off any future invasion. We will be seeking an increase of two percentage points for a period of four months to build up our reserves. While this move may not be popular it is necessary for eCanada's well-being moving forward.
In the arena of foreign policy a lot of what's being done isn't currently ready to be shared with the public, but I would like to bring up a few things that can be discussed. Our relationship with LETO has progressed this month with I-Bleed-Blue-93 being elected (SG) to lead the alliance, and we also had Treasury Minister Bryan Alexander elected as governor of LETO. We would like to congratulate both gentlemen on their new positions.
eCanada has ascended to a leadership role in terms of our Foreign Affairs as of late, and we will be continuing to make moves that are beneficial to our standing in our alliance and in the New World. While we may not yet be a military power, we are quickly becoming a diplomatic power. We have moved from being an occupier in eIndia, to becoming a friend and in a lot of ways a big brother to the eIndian people. This relationship will continue to be important to us moving forward.
Your government continues to be hard at work protecting your interests, and we look forward to continuing to serve the eCanadian people. As always if you have an issue or a question feel free to contact me or a member of the cabinet.
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