Federation of Québec

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Federation of Québec
Fédération Québécoise (French)
Flag of Québec
Coat of arms of Québec
Coat of arms
Motto: "Gens du pays"
Anthem: "Marche royale du Québec" (French)
"Royal March of Québec"
and largest city
Official languagesFrançais, English and Canadian Gaelic
Recognized languagesSpanish, Ukrainian and Portuguese
Recognised regional languagesQuebécois
GovernmentMonarchist state
• King
Iker I
• President
• Vice President
• Prime Minister
• Chief of Justice
LegislatureNational Assembly of Québec
Establishment6 January 2023
• Independence from Canada
6 January 2023
• Baabylla Conference
7 January 2023
• Kingdom created
8 January 2023
• Federation created
29 January 2023
• Total
1.3 km2 (0.50 sq mi)
• 2023 estimate
CurrencyPiastre Québecoise (PQ)
Time zoneQuébecois Standard Time (QST)
AntipodesKingdom of Irennelàndia
Driving sideright
Calling code+450
Internet TLD.qu (de jure)

Québec (/kwiːˈbek/) About this sound (Listen) , officially the Federation of Québec, is a sovereign state operating within a self-proclamed extraterritorial territory located in North America. It is classified as a micronation by most external observers. The nation declared its independence on 6 January 2023. The official language of Québec is french and english. The Federation is a constitutional monarchy where the sovereign personally exercises power in concert with other institutions. Unlike traditional monarchies, the monarch does not source their power from a God but from the people. Québec is a part of the GMO, the Micronational Confederation of the Americas and the Mittyzöegaad-Peperonus Sector. It is the successor to the Kingdom of Québec.

Québec is officially bilingual at the federal level, using the French and English languages on signs and official documents however the government operates completely in French. The language customs of Québec are enforced by the Québecois Language Police.

Since the establishment of the Federation of Québec in 2023, Québec has been a constitutional monarchy. Québec declared independence from Canada by a movement lead by the King Iker I and a few others. This movement would later hold a conference which pushed for a monarchist state to be created and on 6 January 2023 Québec was formed.


Early development


Historical affiliations

On 6 January 2023, it was established that the form of government would be a federation with Iker has the King who would take on the regnal name of Iker I of Québec. After a week of writing, the Declaration of independence was officially signed by the King of Québec, as her first act in office.

The establishment

Following the independence of Québec, facing the challenges of establishing a functioning state, a Sovereign Ordinance giving temporary absolute power to the King was promulgated on 7 January 2023. This ordinance allowed the passing of laws, with the absence of an elected Parliament, concerning mostly cultural elements such as the national symbols or the public holidays and most notably the Law on the provisions against discrimination which is considered to be the main legislative piece on LGBT rights.



King Iker, January 2023

According to the Constitution, Québec is governed under a monarchist federation, with His Majesty the King Iker I as head of state. The executive power is exercised by the President as the head of government, who presides over the Government Council. The prerogative to propose and promulgate laws belongs to the King, while the Parliament gets to modify and adopt them. This shared legislative power is also applied for every revision of the Constitution.

Québec is a kingdom with five provinces. The Québecois government has been variously described as monarchist.

The federal government comprises three branches:

  • Legislative: The unicameral National Assembly of Québec, made up of governors and representatives of the administrative divisions, makes federal law, approves treaties and can impeach government members with approval of the President.
  • Executive: The King is the commander-in-chief of the military, can veto legislative bills before they become law (subject to congressional override) and other powers more marked by the Québec Constitution. The President of Québec, currently Jake 100animations, is the second most powerful position in the Government of Québec.
  • Judicial: The Supreme Court, whose judges are appointed by the King or the President, interpret laws and overturn those they find unconstitutional and anti-Québecois.

The National Assembly of Québec has twelve voting members, each representing a province. National Assembly seats belong to the governors or administrators of each province which are de jure elected by the provincial citizens. Each state recives around one seat unless the population of the province is over 5. The National Assembly of Québec also has seats for its territories which act as non-voting members during meetings.

Foreign relations

Québec adheres to the declarative theory of statehood, every states that have a defined territory, a permanent population, a government and the capacity to enter in relation with other micronational states is de facto recognized by Québec. However, de jure recognition is not given out to States which have views aligned with the far-right. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs maintains a list of states which received official mutual recognition from Québec.

Political parties

There are three political parties in the nation with seats in the National Assembly. The Coalition Avenir Québec (CAQ), a predominantly right-wing nationalist party, with the majority of seats in the Congress of Deputies. The Conservative Party (CPQ), a centre-wing party with minority interests and regionalism policies and the official opposition party. The Alliance Party of Québec (APQ), a left-wing party focused on the ideological values of Federalism with two seats in the Parliament.

Logo Name Party Leader Spectrum Ideologies Senate National Assembly Town halls Cabinet
CAQ Logo.png Coalition Avenir Québec CAQ Iker I of Québec Centre-right Québecois nationalism
30 / 100
100 / 300
50,000 / 99,025
4 / 12
BlocQuebecois Logo.png Bloc Québecois BQ Daagga I of Mittyzöegaad Centre-left Québecois nationalism
30 / 100
75 / 300
30,000 / 99,025
3 / 12
PartiQuebecois Logo.png Parti Québecois PQ Baaby I of Roddyzööe Centre-left Québecois nationalism
30 / 100
65 / 300
10,000 / 99,025
2 / 12
Conservative Party of Quebec Logo.png Conservative Party of Québec CPQ Jake 100animations Centre-right to right-wing Québecois nationalism
5 / 100
30 / 300
4,525 / 99,025
1 / 12
Quebec Liberal Party logo.png Liberal Party of Québec LPQ JuniorSalesGamer Centre Québecois nationalism
5 / 100
30 / 300
4,500 / 99,025
1 / 12


The Federation of Québec claims the entire surface of Québec and Newfoundland and Labrador and the home and surroundings of the nation's citizens, claiming a area of 10.8 km2. On 21 August 2022, Iker reached an agreement with Irennelàndia to share the land of the City of Baabylla between Irennelàndia and Ikerlàndia.


Québec is located in North America and is completely surrounded by Canada.

Administrative divisions

The Federation of Québec is made up of republics and autonomous territories.


Flag Name Code Joined the Kingdom Pop. Area (m2) Official language(s) Representative
Montréal MR 29 January 2023 15 104.930 French, English King Iker I (CFQ)
Québec City Flag.png
Québec City QC 29 January 2023 14 102.000 French, English Vice President Max (PQ)
Gatineau GT 29 January 2023 13 101.000 French, English President Jake (CPQ)
Outaouais OT 29 January 2023 12 91.045 French, English Prime Minister Aaron (BQ)
Trois-Rivières TR 29 January 2023 12 87.002 French, English Chief of Justice Junior (PLQ)
Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean SS 29 January 2023 11 85.052 French, English King Iker I (PQ)
Rivière-du-Loup TR 29 January 2023 10 82.012 French, English President Jake (CPQ)
Longueuil LG 29 January 2023 9 75.032 French, English Vice President Max (PQ)
Sherbrooke SB 29 January 2023 8 72.015 French, English King Iker I (CAQ)
Saint-Georges SB 29 January 2023 7 68.005 French, English President Jake (PQ)
Estrie SB 29 January 2023 6 62.100 French, English King Iker I (PQ)
Drummondville DV 29 January 2023 5 62.100 French, English King Iker I (CAQ)
Saint-Hyacinthe SH 29 January 2023 4 59.100 French, English President Jake (CPQ)
Newfoundland and Labrador.jpg
Newfoundland and Labrador NL 29 January 2023 3 50.500 French, English Vice President Max (PQ)


Québec´s climate is exactly the same as the southern part of Montréal. It is classified as a warm-summer humid continental climate (Köppen climate classification: Dfb)

The government of Québec takes its climate data from Québecois official sources for the region of Montréal.

Climate data for Québec (Montreal–Saint-Hubert/Longueuil Airport), 1981-2010 normals
Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Year
Average high °C (°F) −5.6
Daily mean °C (°F) −10.4
Average low °C (°F) −15.1
Average Precipitation mm (inches) 75.8
Source: Environment Canada


Sports at Québec began with the foundation of the AF Québec (Soccer Association of Québec) on the 18th created by Iker, there will be an election for president of the FFI on the 21st, on the 19th the CO Québec (Olympic Committee of Québec) created by Iker, who will be president of the COQ and the FQF for 15 days.


Flag of the Québecois Army
Flag of the Québecois Air Force
Flag of the Québecois Navy

Québec has 32 citizens who participate in military operations. Everybody is affiliated with the Québecois Army and they are divided into different missions designated by the government of Québec.


Québec does not have a sustainable economy. The Federation is entirely dependant on the personal fortune of the House of Québec. According to the Constitution, the Sovereign Family must be paid first on the national budget before any other expenses are made, which, for the moment means that the entirety of the state's revenues go directly to the Sovereign Family. Also, Québec has a good economy because the exported product is figurine to ValeVRG.


Québec has a 15% value-added tax (VAT) on most goods and services. Prices are normally presented with the included VAT. There is no income tax on citizens.


The official currency of Québec is the Piastre Québecoise.

Because of the close proximity of Québec with USA, the Dollar are both accepted for affairs in Québec.


Québec Post is responsible for the emission of postage stamps in the Federation of Québec and plays an important part in the economy and diplomatic affairs of the nation. The sale of stamps represent one of the main source of income for the Federation. Although the Kingdom has its own postage administration, it relies on Canada Post for the mailing of letters and packages.


Tourism in Québec is organized by Québec Tourism and by the Department of Tourism and Travel. To enter Québec you need a visa or a passport but only users from micro-states or macro-states recognized by Québec are accepted.



Quebecers by status:

  • Québec nationals (65.00%)
  • Québec residents (35.00%)

Québec´s population was 52 in 2022. At the beginning of 2022, the Kingdom made official and publicized its naturalization process and citizenship program.

Citizens of Québec are called québecois.

Québecois by status

  Québecois nationals (77.78%)
  Québecois residents (23.22%)


The Federation of Québec classifies its citizens into two categories: nationals and residents. Québec nationality is mutually exclusive with that of other nations and the acquisition of the nationality from another nation will result in the loss of Québecois citizenship. An exception is made for individuals which may not renunciate their nationality. Residency is open to everyone but there are some limitations to the accession of political functions within Québec. The acquisition and reacquisition of nationality is the prerogative of the King.


The Constitution determines that français and english is the official language of the state, while Spanish, Portuguese and Catalan are recognized as national languages.


Québec is a secular state and the monarch does not source its power from a God, contrasting from traditional monarchies. By sourcing its power from the people of Québec, the Federation is unique in this way that it's a modern secular monarchy. The Kingdom guarantees the freedom of religion.


The culture of Québec is heavily influenced by français culture.

National flag of Québec

National symbols

The national flag, the princely flag and the coat of arms are the only national symbols specifically mentioned in the Constitution. Other symbols such as the national anthem are determined by law.

National holidays

Public holidays are celebrated in Québec normally by taking a day off. If it falls on a weekend or if there is no work scheduled during the coming holiday, the day off is taken on the closest business day.

Date English name French name Remarks
1 January New Year's Day Jour de l'An New Year's Day is celebrated by most of the world's countries.
2 January New Year's party Fête du Nouvel An New Years Party, the most popular celebration in Québec.
6 January Independence Day Jour de l'Indépendance Celebration of the Declaration of independence of Québec.
2 April Holy Friday Vendredi Saint Celebration of the Holy Friday.
4 April Easter Sunday Dimanche de Pâques Resurrection Sunday, is a Christian festival and cultural holiday commemorating the resurrection of Jesus.
21 March Gaelic Language Day Jour de la Gaélique Gaelic Day is a day to commemorate Scottish Gaelic.
1 May Iker I Day Jour du Iker I Celebration of the birthday of King Iker I Day, honorific founder of the House of Québec.
5 May Friendship's Day Jour de l'Amitié Celebration of the concept of friendship, between people and between nations.
10 July Workers day Journée des travailleurs Workers Day is a day to celebrate the work of citizens.
12 September MontrealFest MontréalFest Celebration of the National Festival of Montréal.
11 November Federation Day Jour du Fédération Celebrates the core values and principles of the Federation.
25 December Winter's Day Jour de l'Hiver Known in most countries as Christmas.

Coat of arms

The coat of arms of Québec is the symbolic representation of the House of Québec, the current reigning house of Québec. It is the most commonly used symbol in Québec, being present on almost every official documents. The official signature of the government features the smaller version of the coat of arms.


Poutine dish in Québec

Québec has three national museums. Two museums consists of personal collections of the King, while the third one is dedicated to the preservation of the history of Québec.

The two National Museums dedicated to personal collections of the King of Québec both concern québecois history. The Daagga I National Museum covers the history of QuébecAir, former airline giant that was in operations. The museum features memorabilia from the airline, as well as internal items from the company belonging to former employees. The Iker I National Museum features an extensive collection concerning the 1992 Summer Olympic Games in Barcelona.

The Duchess Maria I National Museum and Archives, named in the honour the grandmother of King Iker, features items from the history of Québec and the micronational community in general with items such as a ukrainian hryvnia from 2019 and 2016, being part of the featured items from the museum. It is also where the Crown Jewels of Québec are kept.


Music is the most frequented form of Québecois culture. Indie, pop and dance are perhaps some of the most influential aspects of Québecois culture.

Video gaming

Kanelbullar dish in Québec

Frequent video games played in the Kingdom are FIFA 22, Stumble Guys, and the most common, Dream League Soccer 2023.