I am looking at my board and I do not see how placing an airbase on Ontario helps. It takes five moves to get to Iceland as opposed to four from Atlantic Canada. The same is true for the port. Historically the port at Halifax Nova Scotia was used for most convoy departures (including US departures as well). I would put the airbase on the island of Newfoundland as that was where planes left North America en route to Iceland. I don’t know why the board was labelled the way it was, It should be “Atlantic” or “Maritime” Canada instead of “New Brunswick/Nova Scotia” and the island of Newfoundland could be labelled properly and be similar to a Sicily or Corsica with a UK marker on it since Newfoundland was not part of Canada until 1949. There should be a minor factory on both Ontario and Quebec. Canada was converted into a weapons manufacturing machine during world war two. Canada was the chief overseas supplier to Britain during the war. Coupled with vast resources I would say giving British Columbia an IPC value of two is fair.
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RE: Commonwealth Global 1940 (Canada Rules)