BIG SECURITY PRICE TAG FOR G-7 SUMMIT

May 09, 2018

By Michael Kramer

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Canada plans to spend more than 2.2-million dollars to fly thousands of police officers and dozens of German shepherd dogs from all over the country to Quebec City – to help secure the sites for next month’s G-7 summit.

The leaders of the Group of Seven will meet June 8th and 9th inside a highly secured zone behind metal fences – winding through the now-fortified vacation town of La Malbaie.

The event is widely expected to attract protesters to La Malbaie and to Quebec City, where the majority of international media will be stationed – for the duration of the summit.

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