Police officers stand near the Congress Center prior to the beginning of the G7 Summit in Quebec City, June 6, 2018. REUTERS/Mathieu Belanger
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Quebec's forested Charlevoix region has begun to look more like a fortress than a resort as organizers of this week's G7 summit gear up to shield seven world leaders from outside disturbances.Protesters are unlikely to startle any world leaders during the June 8-9 meeting. That dynamic has prompted some to refer to the meeting as the "G6 plus Trump" summit.A second coalition plans to hold an alternative summit outside the provincial legislature building in Quebec City, where issues expected to come up at the summit will be discussed.One issue that organizers of this week's G7 summit will not have to deal with is complaints about the smell of fertilizer.
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