The Great War of 1775
1774 POD: Governor Guy Charleston of Quebec was accidentally shot during the protest against the Protestant Oath. Headlines across Rupert's Land found evidence of a Redcoat's pocket watch near the victim's back. Many protestors blame the British Redcoats and organized an attack in the Quebec massacre. Thirty Redcoats were shot by the protesters causing mass hysteria. King George the 3rd, already intolerant with the 13 colonies, decides to send more Redcoats to Quebec while creating laws that limits rights for Catholics whom he thinks are ungrateful. In April, protesters gather up in Halifax demanding rights for Catholics. King George ordered new legal restrictions and prohibition of many goods for the ungrateful Quebeckers. This throws many Quebeckers into rebellion. Quebec send delegates to the Continental Congress. The new governor of Quebec, Governor Richeal Dover, agrees with the rebels in the thirteen colonies to aid them and secure major cities all over Quebec. The King went into an uproar and cannot tolerate such violence. The King ordered many spies to execute the rebel leaders to immediately end the Quebec rebellion. In July 5, Richeal nearly assassination in Toronto ordered an immediate action against the British government. Governor Richeal pressures the Nova Scotians and the Ontarians to fight against the British government. Most voted to stay out of the war but many volunteers were sent to Toronto with the present Quebec rebels.
January: Quebec rebel armies secure Toronto and Quebec City while creating a barrier around the northern region to prevent British troops to arrive in Quebec. The British repel off many waves of attack in Ontario but loss many cities such as Thunder Bay and forts near Lake Superior from the Americans. Continental Congress ordered another invasion of Canada insisted from Quebec whom believe will ensure more people to be in their side.
February: Montreal is seize and captured by the British. American Patriots aid the Quebeckers and re-capture the city by Feb. 21. The British redcoats Halifax and Charlotte-town which starts as a jump point to Quebec and the 13 colonies. Nova Scotia faced raids from the British redcoats whom taken refuge into civilian homes. Nova Scotia was in an outrage and demand to King George to send the redcoats out of town to not be part in the war. King George ignores the demand and threatens to burn Halifax if necessary. Nova Scotia joins the Americans in the war.
April: Nova Scotia send delegates to the Continental Congress. The Americans were able to drive off the British out of Halifax and secure the surrounding towns. The Americans were able to seize Fredericton with the Quebec armies combine with the Nova Scotian rebel troops. France joins in the American Revolution in the American side after a meeting in Charlotte-town. The British government went into an uproar and demanded the French to stay out of the war. The French, already having anti-British riots from the previous wars, decides to aid the Americans anyway hoping the British to be defeated. The British sent the navy creating a barrier across the Gulf Stream to prevent French aid from entering New England.
May: Five Rebellion armies set up by the Continental Congress, each from either Quebec, Ontario, Nova Scotia, or the 13 colonies, march across Rupert's Land from the south. The first army lead by a Quebecker, Captain Ronald Garthur, heads for Montreal. The army was able to pass through British defences by diverting a small army as a distraction. The second and third armies drive through the thirteen colonies eliminating British forts. New York was seize by the British but was push out by Nova Scotians in the third army. George Washington lead the second army across Georgia, South Calorina, and North Carolina. French troops sunk the British ship SS Victoria while sinking most of the Gulf Stream barrier. Benjamin Franklin works with the Quebec Navy to create the world's first submarine. Samuel Crompton immigrates to Charlotte-town to aid the rebels insisted by his brother's family in Halifax. Samuel and his brother met Benjamin Franklin in Halifax and improved the submarine.
June: The second and third armies captured Charleston, Boston, Philadelphia, and Albany and defeated most of the British defences.