The United States and Canada could end up with two separate entities.

It’s not clear yet which one, or how the new federal government would approach the matter, but both are on track to repeal their statehood, as part of a push to create a new federal system.

The U.S. has already done so, and Canada, which also has its own independent system, will likely follow.

The two new entities are the United States Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and the Canadian Revenue Agency (CRA).

Both of these federal entities are headed by conservative Republican appointees.

In a joint statement announcing the plan, the two governments vowed to “work together to develop a system that will preserve and advance our economies, societies, and values,” while “respecting the sovereignty, independence, and territorial integrity of each of our countries.”

Both governments are also proposing to remove any state recognition from Canada.

They’ve also been moving toward a more unilateral approach to removing federal laws from the books, including legislation aimed at repealing laws that the U.N. Security Council passed last week.

And the two leaders are also preparing to move forward with a plan to give states autonomy over their own borders, as well as over how they fund the federal government.

The new federal framework will have a lot of differences from the current U.K. system, which allows states to set their own tax rates, and also the existing system in Canada.

That’s because it’s not the U, but Canada that has a much higher percentage of its taxes going to the provinces, with a more generous income tax system and a larger share of its revenues coming from the federal treasury.

As part of the plan to end the two states, Canada has also been looking to take back some of its economic power, including taxing its own people and selling off its assets, which have been used to fund U.R.S.-style independence movements around the world.

Canada is also trying to regain its control over some of the oil resources that it seized from Iran in 1979, as it sought to diversify away from its dependence on the U of A and into more domestic markets.

“The goal of this proposal is to make it more efficient and more equitable for all Canadians to use the resources of their own country,” Prime Minister Justin Trudeau told reporters on Wednesday.

“It’s also to make sure that we can protect and support our most vulnerable communities.”