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Quebec (French: Québec) is a province in eastern Canada. During the American Revolutionary War, several indigenous peoples were located here, before it had been officially named. The Assassin Ratonhnhaké:ton sent several of his apprentices to Quebec to free it from Templar influence.


During the American Revolutionary War, Assassin apprentices were sent to Quebec to assassinate Major Guy Carleton, who was marching on Fort St-Jean. They also prevented a disaster for the Patriot army by stopping the march of Richard Montgomery.[1]

Some time later, they stood up for the rights of the people in Quebec, who had not asked for a war. When Brigadier General William Thompson set out to "liberate" Quebec, the apprentices made sure the citizens were heard. They also ensured the population's rights after the Quebec Act, which granted parts of the Ohio territory to the Province.[1]

Accompanying this, they also began an investigation into the Templar influence in Quebec and Montreal, during which they found out that Montreal's harbor had fallen into Templar hands. The Assassin apprentices then made sure that the designers of the Templar plans were dealt with.[1]

In 1834, Ludger Duvernay founded the Saint-Jean-Baptiste Society, hoping to spiritually unify Quebec and become independent from Canada.[2]

Victoria Bibeau, a former employee of Abstergo Industries and currently a member of the Assassins, was a former resident of Quebec City in the province, having lived there for many years.[3]