Occupied Territory of the Sumac Krai

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Occupied Territory of the Sumac Krai
Coat of arms of Sumac Krai
Coat of arms
God is with us!
and largest city
Official languagesEnglish, Classical Slin-Englysh
Ukrainian Catholicism
• Imperial Governor
Stefan I
• Informal proclamation
2 September 2022
• Official proclamation
5 September 2022
• Estimate
CurrencyCanadian dollar ($) (CAD)
Date formatdd-mm-yyyy
Driving sideright

The Occupied Territory of the Sumac Krai is an Occupied Territory of the Great Lawl Reich located in Ontario, Canada. The Occupation was officaily established on 5 September 2022, following the Sumac Expedition and informal proclamation of occupation on 2 September 2022.


The name Sumac derives from the name of the flowering plant Sumac. Sumac powder was one of the main exports of Gishabrun.


The Sumac Department was established on 17 July 2010 by then Tsar Kuri I as a Department of the Slinky Empyre. The Sumac Department and other Slinky Departments seceded from the Slinky Empyre to form the Slinky Republyc on 15 January 2011, protesting the actions of Kyng Fyrst. The Slinky Republyc dissolved on 26 February 2011 and the Sumac Department was annexed by the Tsarist Empire of Gishabrun on 8 March 2011 as the Sumac Krai. Gishabrun joined the Free State of Renasia on 22 July 2012 as the Gishabrun SAR. Following the dissolution of Renasia on 5 May 2015, Gishabrun became independent and relinquished all territorial claims and became a non-territorial cultural entity.

On 2 September 2022, Stefan I led the Sumac Expedition in order to occupy the former Sumac Krai, deeming it to be a suitable area for a potential territory in Canada. The occupation of the Sumac Krai was proclaimed at 12:00 PM EST the same day and later officially established on 5 September 2022. Currently, there is a plan to either establish a new Crown Dependency, reestablish the Kyngdom of New Slin, or join the Second Empyre of Slin.


Photo of the former Sumac Krai taken during the Sumac Expedition on 2 September 2022.

The geography of the the Sumac Krai is flat and contains vegetation. The Ontario–Sumac border is marked by the concrete that surrounds the Sumac Krai. Some animals that are present in the Sumac Krai are butterflies, dragonflies, and snails.