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Hudson Bay is a large body of water in northeastern Canada. It drains a very large area that includes parts of Ontario, Quebec, Saskatchewan, Alberta, most of Manitoba, southeastern Nunavut, as well as parts of North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, and Montana. A smaller offshoot of the bay, James Bay, lies to the south.

Hudson Bay in Southern VictoryEdit

The British supplied Canada through Hudson Bay during the Great War after the United States crossed the Saint Lawrence River and conquered much of the Maritimes.

Hudson Bay in The Two GeorgesEdit

Hudson Bay was a large body of water between the North American Union provinces of Hudsonia, Ontario, Canada, and Quebec.

When Thomas Bushell learned from Samuel Stanley that the Russians kept regiments of skiing soldiers in Alaska, he had a waking nightmare of these soldiers invading America and skiing all the way to Hudson Bay.