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|This article refers to a micronation which is defunct and no longer exists. You can help make the article reflect that or ask on the talk page for further information.|
| State of Kebec|
Improve. Protect. Evolve.
The Capital Area of Kebec
|Capital city||Caniapiscau Reservoir, Peninsula and Islands|
|Official language(s)||Joual (Kebecean French), English, Native, others|
|Demonym||Kebecean (English), Kebecois (French)|
|- President||Taninim Long|
|Established||9 July 2017|
|Area claimed||>4,318 km^2|
|National animal||Monarch Butterfly|
The State of Kebec, formerly known as Alaurentia, is a micronation founded on the 9th of July 2017, and based in the peninsula of Quebec. It exists as a community of people that share three main goals - ecological preservation, resolution of social issues, and self-sufficiency. Though the majority of the community is located on the Laurentian bioregion, Kebec accepts members from all around the world. Citizenship is completed by registering an account on the Official Forum.
The nation's name, "Kebec", is the original Algonquin word for "strait", which was later deformed to "Quebec" by the French colonists. In honour to the Native American community, the nation adopted the name of Kebec, in its original, non-latinized spelling.
On Thursday September 17 Kebec was announced defunct. A statement was made by the Government of Kebec - I here wish to announce that due to the anti-assemblies measures, the disturbance of our physical area (and fauna) by unidentified vehicles, and the economical stress imposed by the local government in power (which forced Kebecean partners to close business), the State of Kebec has been unable to form a democratic opposition to the government in power, and has been defeated.
Assets of the project have been transferred over to another society project.
Thank you for your attention.