The image below is a variant cover for Generation Hope #1 and it features one Laurie Tromette from Vancouver. She would later adopt the nickname Transonic. While the artwork is by Greg Land, I was not able to identify the porn actress he probably traced it from.
Knowing Marvel Comics as we do, that scenario wasn't going to last very long. Faster than you can say "We need more Wolverine books", Marvel opened the door for mutants to begin appearing again. Laurie Tromette was the first of the Five Lights; The bunch of mutants that were introduced following that event.
Tromette made her first appearance in Uncanny X-Men #526. She bookends the primary story. In the first couple of pages, she is seen freaking out because she's in pain, her skin is turning blue and her hair is falling out.
I'm not sure what the issue is; Doesn't sound much different than my maple whiskey hangovers.
In any event, in the final few pages of main portion of the book, Tromette takes the only logical course of action in dealing with her discomfort and prepares to jump off a building. But wouldn't you know it...
Beyond that initial storyline, Transonic was a part of the Generation Hope series during its 17-issue duration and was later seen in the Avengers Academy book.
There was another Canadian-content surprise in this book. No, not the mandatory Wolverine appearance, since nothing could be less surprising. Rather, former Alpha Flight member Madison Jeffries pops by in a sub-plot in which members of the team tries to figure out why Kitty Pride can not turn off her phasing ability. It's nothing more than a cameo but still an unexpected treat.