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Flag
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Coat of arms
Motto: L'homme qui fait la mensonge va mourir
(French: The man who lies dies.)
Republic of Quebec (orthographic projection).svg
MapofallQuebec.svg

Capital
Largest city L' amiante
Official languages English
Recognised national languages French, Québécois Cryillic
Recognised regional languages Baustralian, Ikonian
Ethnic groups
(2019)
97% White
3% Black
Religion
Catholicism
Demonym(s) Québécois
Government Unitary presidential-for-life Republic
• President
Aidan McGrath
• Vice President
Jack Morris
• Speaker of the House
Logan Lott
Legislature House of Representatives
Establishment
• Quebec independence from Canada
23 January 2019
• Amalgamation with the CSR
24 January 2019
Area
• Total
2,072 km2 (800 sq mi)
Population
• Estimate
Citizens: 51
Residents: 61,276
GDP (nominal) 2019 estimate
• Total
RQ$;15.00 RQR
• Per capita
RQ$;0.24 RQR
Currency Québécois Dollar
Time zone EST
Driving side right
Patron saint St. Denis
RIS 002 code RQ
Preceded by
Succeeded by
Catholique Socialist Republic
Kingdom of Quebec
Today part of Flag of the Kingdom of Quebec(4).svg Second Kingdom of Quebec

Quebec (/k(w)ɪˈbɛk/ About this sound (Listen) ), more commonly known as the Republic of Quebec, was a micronation with an unitary presidential-for-life government composed of cities, towns, and states, and is a successor to the now defunct Catholique Socialist Republic. The republic is also the leader of Québécois Commonwealth.

The Republic of Québec was founded after former President of the Catholique Socialist Republic, Aidan McGrath wanted to reshape and reform the government itself due to lack of boosts in economy. The Constitution of Quebec was later published and involved the dissolution of the Catholique Socialist Republic.

Etymology

The word Québec comes from the Canadian city with the same name, the definition of Quebec is an Algonquin word which means "where the river narrows", referring to the Canadian city where the Saint Lawrence River narrows to a cliff-lined gap.[1]

History

The first and current president-for-life, Aidan McGrath fully created the country's laws, principals and flag. Since 23 January 2019, The republic has been a Unitary presidential-for-life republic, after rebranding from its predecessor, the Catholique Socialist Republic.

Culture

A photo taken around the 70s of the the band "Paul McCartney and the Wings", out side of the Uniroyal Giant Tire. Now a Quebec attraction.

The main culture derives from the US State of Michigan, and the Dominion of Canada. Religions practiced and recognized by the government are Anglican, and Roman catholicism. Internet culture is also very common in Quebec, such as with memes. Demographically and ethnically, Quebec considers itself to be very diverse due to its roots coming from all around the world.

Music

Music is the most frequent form of Quebec culture. Rock and roll music, and Rap music are perhaps one of the most influential aspect of Québécois culture. Three of the most listened artists are XXXTentacion, the classic rock band, Queen, and the British folk-band, the Beatles.

Architecture

Architecture in Quebec is very classical and mostly are Gothic Revival style or Art Deco, with the exception of a few modern buildings.

One of the Most famous structures built is the Uniroyal Giant Tire. The tire was designed by the same company that made the iconic, "Empire State Building", Shreve, Lamb & Harmon. The tire first debuted at the 1964 New York World's Fair as the US Royal Giant Tire Ferris Wheel. The wheel carried over two million people, including prominent passengers such as Jacqueline Kennedy, Telly Savalas, and the Shah of Iran. After the fair it was relocated to Michigan on the side of I-94 and now currently sits in Québécois territory.

Art

Benjamin West's The Last Supper, 1786 is a very popular painting in Quebec.

The most frequent form of Quebec culture. Rock and roll music, and Rap music are perhaps one of the most influential aspect of Québécois culture. Two most listened to artist are XXXTentacion and the classic rock band, Queen also, popular is the Beatles

States

Name Flag Seal Capital Delegates in House of Representatives Citizens
States
State of the Fox Islands Flag of Quebec Fox Islands.svg Seal of Quebec Fox Islands.svg Fox City 1 20
State of Kure Atoll Flag of Kure Atoll1.svg Seal of Kure Atoll1.svg Kuretown 1 1
State of East Petros Flag of East Petros.svg Seal of East Petros.svg Junnesburg 0 1
State of Loire Flag of Loire.svg Seal of loire.svg Âme 1 1
State of Pripyatus Descendre 0 1

National holidays

National holidays practiced by the Republic of Quebec are significant to the countries history, and culture. The general cult

Holiday Date Meaning
Quebec Day January 23 A day to celebrate the foundation of the Republic of Quebec
Relaxation Day April 2 A day to have fun and relax
Victory Day May 9 Celebrate the Allies win over Axis powers
Resistance Day November 30 A day to Protest against any problems or issues that the nation is in

List of political parties

Political parties in Quebec are sorted by foundation date, and h

Party Ideology Spectrum Leader Foundation HOR seats Logo
Socialist Party CSPoQ Socialism
Left Aidan McGrath 7 October 2018
7 / 11
Socialpartylogo.svg
Conservative Party TPQ Conservatism Far Left Jack Morris 6 February 2019
1 / 11
ConservativePartyofQuebec.svg
Québécois National Congress QNC Centrist authoritarianism Centre-right Cameron I of Ikonia 17 April 2019
1 / 11
Logo of the Quebecois National Congress.svg
Theodorist Party TPQ Theodorism Far Left Tyler Boyle 6 February 2019
1 / 11
TheodoristPartyQuebec.svg

Foreign affairs

The Republic of Quebec recognizes these sovereign states, and their colonies.

Non-state opponents

Members of the Government

Quebec Armed Forces

The Quebec Armed Forces is the military of the republic. Personnel are mostly in the navy, though an army and air force also exists.

Flags

Transportation

Québécois Autobahn

Federal Autobahn System
Auto.png
The A-75 sign.
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The A-35 sign.
Total length 300 mi
Longest highway A-75 Autobahn
(297 mi)
Shortest highway A-35 Autobahn
(3 mi )

The Québécois Autobahn, is the federal controlled-access highway system in the Republic of Quebec. The official Québécois term is Autoroute Fédérale, which translates as "federal motorway". Québécois Autobahns have no federally mandated speed limit for some classes of vehicles. However, limits are posted and enforced in areas that are urbanised, substandard, accident-prone, or under construction. On speed-unrestricted stretches, an advisory speed limit of 130 kilometres per hour (81 mph) applies. While going faster is not illegal as such in the absence of a speed limit, it can cause an increased liability in the case of an accident; courts have ruled that an "ideal driver" who is exempt from absolute liability for "inevitable" tort under the law would not exceed. Quebec has only two Autobahns, A-75 and A-35. These Autobahns link the country together rapping around the nation. A common law is known that passing on the right is illegal, and it's also illegal to pass a vehicle on the right. You must move into a left lane in order to pass. (The only exception is when traffic is moving at a very slow rate of speed, such as during a traffic jam).

Road signs

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Airports

A photo taken from a plane of the Friedrich Engels Airstrip on the State of the Fox Islands.

Quebec has one airport, Santiago International Airport on the Fox Islands. It has no air traffic control or any administration from Quebec. Although these islands are very remote in Lake Michigan, many people visit the island every year by plane.

Businesses

A recreational cannabis flag made by politician, Hankery Jenkinson

The Republic of Quebec, has Many companies and store brands that are exclusive to the country only. These include, Xtreme, or Xtreme Skatebording co. Los Bay Petros company, Atoyot and holdings company Dumais-Couleuvres McGrath.

Law and order

The Republic of Quebec has banned cigarettes, e-cigarettes, fascist parties, rioting, furry fandoms, and also alcohol usage from 23:00 - 12:00.

Marijuana

Marijuana laws of the Republic of Quebec are strict. On 5 November 2018, The house voted that marijuana, as it is seen in the Republic, is a gateway drug to many other drugs such as methamphetamines, and prescription abuse. Marijuana is only used for medicinal purposes, and only for the sick and dying to numb any pain and help relax the patients.

External links

References

  1. https://www.yourdictionary.com/quebec - Accessed on 3-10-2019