Canadian Press Advisory on Upcoming G7 Stories

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Canadian Press Advisory on Upcoming G7 Stories


CP advisory on upcoming G7 stories

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MONTREAL - EDITORS AND NEWS DIRECTORS:

The Canadian Press recently visited the Charlevoix region northeast of Quebec City ahead of next month's G7 summit. Reporter-editor Giuseppe Valiante has written three stories that will move on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at 4 a.m. They will be accompanied by photos taken by CP photographer Ryan Remiorz and one of them will have an accompanying video. The Ottawa bureau is also moving a story Tuesday about the Liberals spending $1.6 million on an exhibit to showcase Canada at the G7 media centre.

The stories are as follows:

Moving on Tuesday:

Liberals to spend $1.6M on exhibit to showcase Canada at G7 media centre

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OTTAWA -- The federal government will spend nearly $1.6 million to promote Canada's technological, touristic and culinary strengths for 2,000 journalists who will descend on Quebec City for next month's G7 leaders' summit. Careful attention has been paid to ensuring the international media centre will be draped in Canadiana -- right on down to the maple syrup. 600 words. By Andy Blatchford. PHOTO. Moves Business and National; guard against duplication.

Moving on Wednesday:

Charlevoix's century-old Manoir Richelieu turns into fortress as G7 summit nears

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LA MALBAIE, Que. ­-- Federal government officials secretly visited Charlevoix's Manoir Richelieu three times before choosing the site for the G7 summit on June 8-9. The hotel's general manager says its impeccable service will impress the seven world leaders when they arrive. While a steel fence has been erected around the property to isolate the hotel during the summit, La Malbaie's mayor says police will set up checkpoints along the highways heading into town. …

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