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Reporters Wednesday: Business Luncheon and Quebec City

reporters wednesday: So, we've evolved, according to Vancouver Courier. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is welcoming world leaders for the 44th annual G7 summit in La Malbaie, about 140 kilometres north of Quebec City. You shouldn't be obliged to give them an objective, Labeaume told reporters Wednesday after he spoke to a business luncheon in Montreal.article continues below Trending Stories Kinder Morgan in court to tie up protesters' 10-minute loophole Car crashes into downtown dollar store Soon, Morgan Freeman will be commuting with you on Translink Teen rescued after fall at Crystal Falls The last summit there was a barrier so the protesters knew exactly where to put on a show. The town of 8,000 will be in virtual lockdown during the June 8-9 meeting and protesters won't be able to get anywhere near the hotel where the heads of state will be staying. Businesses and citizens with property around the downtown area are worried, Labeaume said. Activists have chosen instead to gather in Quebec City for three consecutive days of activities and demonstrations, beginning June 7. ( As reported in the news.