early 16th century
St. Anthony is a town on the northern reaches of Newfoundland and Labrador, the most easterly province of Canada.
During the mid-18th century, St. Anthony's was a moderately sized settlement, nestled between the mountainside and the ocean. A river running down to sea divided the area in two, with one side predominantly featuring the locals' residences, while the other side was taken up by a small military encampment.
Following his induction into the Templar Order, Shay Cormac aided the British in taking St. Anthony from the Assassins. Sometime after, he prevented an Assassin attack on Rachel Plourde, a double-agent working for the Templars that had previously been allied with the Assassins, and renovated a mineshaft.