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The Republic of Québec or Québec (French: République du Québec or Québec) is a country in eastern North America, between Hudson Bay and St Lawrence River (French: St Laurent). It is traditionally an isolationist nation known for its French-speaking (or Francophone) population and association with the AAA megacorporation Cross Applied Technologies. Post-2062, the Republic of Quebec opened its borders to wider trade, immigration, and tourism. While for a lengthy time the official and only legal language was French (almost since the nation's inception in 2010), English is now undergoing a trial period as a legal business language.

It shares land borders with UCAS , Algonkian-Manitou Council and a marine border with France's dependency of St Pierre et Miquelon island. The capital is Québec City.

Vital Statistics Edytuj

As of 2062:

  • Population: 10,467,000
    • Human: 78%
    • Elf: 10%
    • Dwarf: 5%
    • Ork: 6%
    • Troll: 1%
  • Estimated SINless: 18%
  • Below Poverty Level: 36%
  • Corporate Affiliation: 29%
  • Education Level:
    • Less than Twelve Years; 20%
    • High School: 45%
    • College: 28%
    • Advanced: 7%
  • Major languages: French (77%), English (42%)

History Edytuj

1663 - Nouvelle France becomes a province of France.
1763 - Nouvelle France pass under the control of Great Britain under the name Québec.
1867 - Great Britain gives Canada self-governance.
1970 - The FLQ manifesto.
2010 - October 31, Québec secedes from Canada. (SoNA.102)
2011 - February 7, French becomes the only legal business language, and the official language of Québec.(SoNA.102)
2011 - May 3, the Vieux Québec Riot burns down the Latin Quarter.
2014 - January 27, Treaty of Kahnawake passed to preempt Amerindian dissidence.
2017 - December 11, Québec invites the Maritime Canadian provinces to join Québec. Only Labrador agrees to this.
2018 - April, Republic of Québec abstains from the Treaty of Denver, confident that their close ties with Native Americans would protect it from reprisals (and this proved to be correct).
2021 - April 30, Goblinization occurs, and Québec is quick to extend full rights to all Francophone metahumans. Anglophone metahumans are left out.
2021 - May 1, Harmful Paranimals Act passed.
2040 - March 6, Chemical attack in Trois-Rivières.
2053 - June 28, Cross Applied Technologies achieves AA extraterritorial megacorp status.
2060 - April 15, CATCo acquires AAA status.
2061 - January 1, Démocrates Mondains becomes the dominant party, after almost 50 years of rule from the pro-Francophone Parti Québécois.
2061 - September 19, the Harmful Paranimals Act is amended to recognize the legal status of SURGE'd victims, added SURGE'd species to the bounty list, and removed dragons from the list.
2062 - March, Republic borders open wider to tourism, trade, and immigrants, under the "Le réveil de l'ours" (Awakening of the Bear) movement in the government.
2062 - July, English enters a trial period as a legal business language.

Politics Edytuj

Québec's politics are divided into two major parties, the Démocrates Mondains and the Parti Québécois. The Parti Québécois are pro-isolationist, pro-Francophone, and have been the dominating party in Québec for the past 50 years since its secession. However, with a rising population of Anglophones and international interests, they slowly lost their iron grip on the reins of Québec government, eventually losing the political majority in the 2061 elections to the Démocrates Mondains. The Démocrates Mondains have made sweeping changes to Québec's laws, opening the borders, changing the national currency, and introducing English back to Québec, much to the disdain of Québécois separatists.

Three other parties that have influence in Quebec are the pro-Anglophone Greens, the pro-Francophone the Alliance Francophone, and the pro-meta Alliance Métahumaine, with the Alliance Francophone currently out of favor, but still scheming for government seats and power.

Québec is a representative democracy. Québec is governed by a National Assembly of 125 seats (called deputies), and the leader of the Assembly is known as the President. There are 65 "ridings", or political voting districts, in Québec, and each riding elects from one to three deputies.

Québec's legal system in general is based on the Napoleonic Code. One wrinkle in the Code makes judges an active participant in trials, as the person responsible for bringing out all the relevant facts. The relationship between the prosecution and the defense are cooperative, in that all parties (judge, prosecution, defense) are charged with bringing the correct evidence to light. All trials are done in French.

Québec's laws are often described as "schizoid", in that there are many contradictory texts and exception clauses throughout the legal code. For example, Smartlinked weapons are legal as long as they do not have full autofire, but Smart goggles and Smartgun adapters are illegal. (NAGNA, s 67)

Geography Edytuj

Québec occupies the Canadian Shield, or the Ungava Region, a vast and sparsely populated region filled with coniferous forests, lakes, and rivers. It is bordered by James Bay, Ontario and Hudson Bay to the west, Atlantic Canada to the east, the UCAS to the south, and the Arctic Ocean to the north. Major waterways include the La Grande River and Saint Lawrence River. Major mountain ranges include the Laurentians and the northern extent of the Appalachian Mountains. The Gaspé Peninsula juts into the Gulf of Saint Lawrence to the East. The Saint Lawrence River Valley is a fertile agricultural region, leading in the production of maple sugar (Quebec is the world's largest producer), as well as other produce and livestock.

Economy Edytuj

Corporate Presence Edytuj

Québec signed the Business Recognition Accords. Extraterritoriality can be applied within the limits of "Enterprise Zones" set by the government and leased to megacorporations. There are currently 12 Enterprise Zones in Québec City and 18 in Montreal (and none elsewhere in Québec).

Currently, the following corporations have holdings in Québec:

Źródła Edytuj

Wpół oficjalne źródłaEdytuj

Powieśc Run Hard, Die Fast contains some action in Québec. It includes the following observations:

  • "Speaking English in Québec City is not a good idea." (s 140)
  • Doesn't recognize sentient paranormal critters and wanted trolls put on bounty lists. (s 141)
  • Good work for bounty hunters. (s 141)
  • Contains extraterritorial Enterprise Zones for (at least) MCT, Aztechnology, Fuchi, Yokogawa-Honeywell, and Yamaha. (s 143)

Unofficial Sources Edytuj

External Links Edytuj

The city of North Bay is detailed in the locations section of the Neoanarchists' Guide To Everything Else, s 30-35.

This page forked from Wordman's The Sixth World: A geographical index to the world of Shadowrun

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