People's Republic of the St. Lawrence
République populaire du Saint-Laurent
Timeline: Game of Nations
OTL equivalent: New England, the Maritimes, Newfoundland and Labrador, and portions of Quebec
Flag of Canada 1960 - present
Veni vidi vici (Latin)
I came, I saw, I conquered
State Anthem of the St. Lawrence
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CapitalQuebec City
Other cities Portland, Halifax, Montreal
Official languages English, French
Ethnic groups  White, Native American
Religion Secular state
Demonym St. Lawrencian
Government Marxist–Leninist one-party state
 -  Premier Elizabeth Rowley
Legislature Supreme Soviet of the St. Lawrence
 -  Quebec City founded July 3, 1608 
 -  Republic's Declaration of Independence June 4, 1803 
 -  Coup d'etat May 5, 1960 
 -   estimate 24,925,161 
Currency St. Lawrence Dollar (SLD)

The People's Republic of the St. Lawrence, colloquially known as The St. Lawrence, is a sovereign state located in North America.

The area of what is now known as the St. Lawrence was first settled by English and French explorers. The first settlement was Quebec City by the French, followed by others such as Boston, Portland, and Montreal.

Before the end of the 18th century, the British invaded French Acadia, but the French were quick to retaliate. The Treaty of Utrecht forced Britain to cede their colonies in New England to France.

In 1803, the Republic of the St. Lawrence declared its independence from the French. The St. Lawrencites were able to gain their independence within a few years with the help of colonial powers that rival the French.

In 1960, a coup d'etat was successfully executed, ending the Republic era and establishing a Communist regime.

Aggressive towards its neighbors and having a large military, its most notable campaign was the Neu Memel Campaign. By the end of the war, the St. Lawrencites controlled about half of the land controlled by Neu Memel before the war.