In this comic: Anishinaabe, Wyandot (Hurons), Haudenosaunee (Iroquois, Mohawks), Innu (Montagnais), Abenaki, Canada
The french Coureur des Bois (runners of the forest) were hunters, trappers and traders that travelled North America's waterways. They were often described as (and sometimes were) half native. Coureur des Bois like Étienne Brulé were instrumental in forging good relations between the French and the native tribes as well as exploring the unknown vastness of the American continent.
Here Canada explores the New World in a canoe accompanied by France's native allies, all of whom would end up at odds with the Iroquois Confederacy at one point or another. The Iroquois really were a hostile and land-hungry group. For anyone wondering what's going on with Abenaki's head, he has a pony tail and the sides of his head are shaved.
Their "shirts" sport the flags of the tribes (or at least of some of the tribe's' descendants).
The characters were copied and modified from
's hilarious "Scandinavia and the World" ([link]
) comics and thus belong to her.