The Canadian Civil War was a conflict fought between Quebec and Canada from December 15-2011 to January 15, 2012. The conflict cost many lives, and ended in a draw.
- In late 2011, Canada began to rip apart at the seams. The economy was in ruins, thanks to the collapse of the U.S. Quebec, a rebellious province, decided to secede from Canada. Unwilling to lose a province, Canadian troops moved into Quebec on December 14, 2011 to restore order. Many of Quebec's civilians took up arms, and fighting began.
The first conflict occurred on December 15, 2011. Canadian soldiers were attacked by armed civilians in the city of Toronto. The attackers were repelled with minimal losses.
- In the next two weeks, resistance fighters organized, and began a sustained guerrilla campaign against Canadian troops. Losses mounted on both sides.
- On January 15, 2012, the two parties agreed to a ceasefire, and met for negotiations. Both sides wanted peace, but Canada wouldn't allow a new nation with leadership hostile to Canada, and the rebels would only end the war if they obtained a new government. A Member of Parliament, Benjamin Smith, was agreed upon as the right man for the job. When approached about the position, he was initially reluctant, but agreed that he needed to step in to secure an end to the conflict.
- The rebels disarmed after peace was agreed upon, and the surviving Canadian soldiers and their equipment moved west, back into Canada.
- Pelicania and Canada have worked to build a friendly relationship, realizing that they needed to work together to ensure that their region remained stable.