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2018 G7 Summit

          Canada will host the 2018 G7 Summit on June 8-9 at Le Manoir Richelieu, located in the small town of La Malbaie in the Charlevoix region of Quebec. The Canadian Presidency set five themes that will guide discussions and the agenda during its Presidency:

          1. Investing in growth that works for everyone;
          2. Preparing for jobs of the future;
          3. Advancing gender equality and women's empowerment;
          4. Working together on climate change, oceans, and clean energy; and
          5. Building a more peaceful and secure world.

          In the months leading up to the Summit, Canada will host a series of ministerial and other preparatory meetings to address these five themes. The ministerial meetings will feature G7 ministers responsible for the environment, foreign affairs, finance, energy, labor, health, and science, among others. These ministerial meetings conclude with a statement – or communiqué – outlining commitments, recommendations, and areas of suggested action. These communiqués will be posted here as they become available following ministerial meetings. 

          For more on ministerial and other preparatory meetings related to the 2018 G7 Summit, including information on summit priorities and G7 participants and representatives, check out our 2018 G7 Calendar, which will be posted very soon.

          Online Resources

          2017 G7 Calendar - The U.S. G7/G20 Advocacy Alliance has created a schedule of 2017 G7 meetings and events, along with additional background information.

          2017 G7 Policy Paper - The U.S. G7/G20 Advocacy Alliance has composed a policy paper detailing its recommendations for the summit.

          2017 G7 Summit Scorecard - The scorecard measures G7 commitments against policy recommendations given by the G7/G20 Advocacy Alliance in the 2017 G7 Policy Paper.

          2017 G7 Delegation of Duties - This document identifies tasks that were delegated to international organizations by the G7 in 2017 in different priority areas, including when the tasks are due to be completed.