Montreal in Southern VictoryEdit
Montreal's size and location made it a target of U.S. forces during the Great War. It suffered bombardment throughout the first year, and drives and attacks for the duration of the war, until the U.S. could proclaim the independent Republic of Quebec. If war propaganda had been correct, Montreal fell several dozen times over during the war.
Montreal was the point of entry for David Goldfarb and his family when they immigrated to Canada in 1964. Unfortunately, Goldfarb's previous arrest for ginger-smuggling in France in 1963 meant that he and he family were briefly detained and transferred to Ottawa.