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« Reply #15 on: February 02, 2008, 05:59:05 AM »
Quebecois Separatists Gain Power in Provincial Elections

The Quebecois provincial elections ended with the Bloc Quebecois winning the elections over the previously majority Liberal Party of Quebec. Jean Claude-Phillipe, the Bloc Quebecois' leader became the Premier of Quebec. The separatists created their own party not long after the political union between the Empire of Canada and the Kingdom of Quebec that turned into the Greater Canadian Empire. So for the past years since the unification, the separatists under the leadership of Jean Claude-Phillipe, had been growing in numbers. Now, Premier Claude-Phillipe now wishes to start a referendum that decides Quebec's independence from the Empire. Jean has promised if Quebec were to separate, it would continue to have close relations with Canada. The Canadian government has no problem with the referendum, but hopes that the Quebecois people decide to continue to stay in Canada. The referendum will be held in a few days.
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« Reply #16 on: February 03, 2008, 07:39:52 AM »
New Quebecois Flag if Referendum Succeeds, Quebecois Military Units to Remain in the Province

The Quebecois Premier, Jean Claude-Phillipe, has issued a possible Quebecois national flag should the referendum succeed. It is a reverse color of the current provincial flag. The Bloc Quebecois have gained many supporters in polls. The majority from the Quebec City area and the other smaller cities. Montreal has put up some resistance. Montreal has become a federalist stronghold, while the rest of the province are more independentist. Jean Claude-Phillipe has been unofficially named the President of the Republic. While the provincial government prepares for the creation of a national government, Field Marshal Montcalm, a semi pro-independent and a member of the General Staff has ordered that all Quebecois military units in Quebec to remain in the province, while all units outside of Quebec have been ordered to come home. On top of that, the only all Quebecois-speaking fleet, the Quebecois Battle Fleet has been ordered to remain in port. In response to this, the Canadian imperial government has sent in delegates to discuss the referendum.


Flag of a possible flag of the Republic of Quebec
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« Reply #17 on: February 05, 2008, 07:21:41 AM »
Referendum Fails By One Percent

The Quebec independence referendum failed by one percent. 49% of the people of Quebec, mostly the Quebecois-speaking majority wanted independence, while a few Quebecois-speakers and most of the minority Inglo-speakers called for the continued union with Canada. Premier Jean Claude-Phillipe was not pleased with the outcome, but promised another refendum in a few years. The self-styled Quebecois Army will remain in Quebec for another two weeks before orders from the General Staff will send them to the Acadian border where the other Canadian units are massing. The Quebecois Battle Fleet is preparing to leave port and to join with the Northern Fleet to attack the PI fleet. But the Deputy Premier Charles La Folette is still calling for independence, one way or the other. Some call him a militant, but those close to him call him a true revolutionary and independentist. The Imperial government however, is reliefed that the referendum failed. General Staff Chairman and Marshal of the Armies of the Greater Canadian Empire, Frank Worthington has been qouted saying "The Quebecois speaking miltiary units make up a third of our total military strength. A military rebellion may be disastorous for Canada. But fortunatly, Premier Claude-Phillipe is a down-to-earth man and is against armed revolt." The government has said the same and will now continue on with their campagin against the Acadians.
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« Reply #18 on: February 06, 2008, 02:19:38 AM »
The Canadian Army Crosses the Acadian Border

The Canadian nation is finally at war. The Third South Continental War has begun. In the past 5 years the South Continent has been ripped through war, and now it has happened again. The Canadian First Army under the command of Marshal Frank Worthington has already crossed into the Kingdom of Acadia. The Acadian Army is now reeling backwards from this swift attack. The First Army has been split into three corps. The I Guards Rangers Corps has so far advanced the fastest and deepest only to halt at the city of Roughwood. The Acadian Army nows that if Roughwood falls, then the Canadians can cross the long Wier River into central Acadia. The northern corps, the I Corps has been forced to bog down as Feniexian and Acadian forces had used the multiple lakes and woods to set up a strong defensive line. In the south, the III Corps has advanced to the southern city of Cremia, the home port of the Acadian Great Lake Fleet. The city has put up a staut defense, with help from the Great Lake Fleet. Reports have come in that the Acadians are planning an attack on the Canadian stronghold of New Beaconsfield that guards the opening into the Dysaniian side of the Great Lake. So far the "Bastion of the Empire" is exchanging fire with Acadian artillery and halting any bombing attempts. But if the Canadian Great Lake Fleet doesn't get there, then New Beaconsfield will fall. The disappearing guns which were former guns of battleships are shelling the Acadian coast day and night. The civilians have either been drafted into a defense force, or into engineer groups that clear rubble or fix pipes and other important objects. The garrison of ten thousand are among the fiercest and best trained of the Canadian army. Our hopes and prayers go out to those trapped in the city-island.
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« Reply #19 on: February 23, 2008, 08:17:22 AM »
As Republic of Quebec Rebels, Canadian Army Calls Up Reservists

Ever since the Quebecois declared independence, the Canadian Army already spread thin. So they have called up an army of reservists to fight the rebellious Quebecois. A full corps under the command of the young, but tested Lieutenant-General Thomas Richards, will meet the Quebecois Army on the battlefield. But since the Army is spread thin, the reservists will be going in with second-hand equipment like the aged Leopard I tank, as well as Griffon helicopter. Thomas Richards has also called in the Canadian Light Horse, a reservist force of Canadians from the Yukon, Alaska, the Northwest Territories and the Central Plains. Because of a lack of armor for them, the Light Horse still go into battle with horses. Thomas Richards say that they will be mostly scouting and screening. But if neccesary, they will have to use dragoon and cavalry attacks in battles. Thomas Richards had this to say. "In rebellions, you need to be mobile and quick as well as silent. Infantry are slow. The Light Horse are quick and mobile. They are trained as mounted infantry or dragoons. So we will get infantry in areas quick and be also launch raids. This will be an unconvential warfare. Gurellias and such. Cavalry will be good use." We pray for the soldiers safe return.




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« Reply #20 on: February 25, 2008, 09:02:19 AM »
New Main Attack Fighter Released To Replace Aging Avro IIs


The Avro Arrow III is the Canadian Air Force’s newest jet fighter, one evolution past previous swept wing design experiments. In the Avro III, the Department of Military Research and Development got it right. It carries a powerful array of missiles - air-to-air and air-to-surface - to engage a wide variety of targets. It has the mandatory, last-ditch 20mm gatling cannon for close-quarters fire and strafing, as well as a universal missile decoy launcher.

However, of interest is its old-fashioned external hardpoint weapon mounts which carry its fearsome array of missiles. These mounts reduce the overall range of the aircraft (it increases drag), but  makes it faster than the Aurofighter to launch a snapshot missile during close-in dogfighting. All-in-all, because of its lesser stealth capabilities, (as measured by the Aurofighter) some call it more of a ‘budget’ aircraft. However Canadian designers strove for a design that would win a split-second dogfight standoff vs. evading radar to get deep into enemy territory. In all tests to date, all evidence points toward the Aurofighter having a counterpart to be concerned with.



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« Reply #21 on: March 27, 2008, 12:35:59 AM »
Empress Alia Gives Birth to A Baby Boy and A Girl

Empress Alia had been expecting for a long while now and finally, she gave birth to Crown Prince Paul Artorion II and Princess Miray Artorion. The entire country was up in cheers and excitement. Even in the Republic of Quebec, supporters of the return of the crown openly held parties for the new children. Guests from all over the world came to visit the children including Emperor Frederick of Christstan, Emperor Nathaniel of Feneixia, Emperour Maurice of Myroria as well as representatives from the DSA, Inglo-Scotia, Delfos, Loyan, Validus and other nations. The one question has been on everyone's mind and that is, who is the father of these children. Alia has said that the father of the children will be revealed in time. Some people have many ideas. Some experts say a member of the Christstan General Staff, some havebeen bold to say Emperour Maurice and even Emperor Nathaniel. Alia has said that this is a happy time and not to worry. She says that the father already knows and is on his way to see the children. Alia and the children are now on a country wide tour.
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Article II: The Legislative

4. The Senate shall have the power to remove the Delegate or Vice Delegate from office if they in their opinion have violated the Constitution and laws of Taijitu, broken their oath or failed to fulfill their duties, by a two-thirds majority vote.

"YES WE CAN!" Barack Obama 2007