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Canadian PM, Trudeau And Wife Switch On The Charm At The G-7 Summit in La Malbaie, Quebec


The Oasis Reporters

June 10, 2018

(Top: left -right) European Commission President, Juncker attends the G-7 summit and Gender Equality Advisory Council Meeting. Welcoming French president Emmanuel Macron and his wife. Trudeau and wife switch on the charm in the middle. The photo shoot of the world’s most powerful leaders. Bottom : (left to right) – Chancellor Angela Merkel walk in with assured steps. Sophie Grégoire Trudeau, wife of Canadian Prime Minister steps ahead to lead Donald Trump and her husband. Trudeau welcomes Italian Prime Minister, Giuseppe Conte.


For the sixth time in 37 years, Canada is hosting the meeting of the world’s most powerful countries. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his beautiful wife, Sophie Grégoire Trudeau (born 24 April 1975 in Montreal, Canada where she attended
Université de Montréal, and McGill University later on. The couple got married in 2005).

Top Row (left to right): Justin Trudeau on the left welcomes Giuseppe Conte of Italy. Trudeau chats with his wife (middle), US President Trump with Trudeau and wife). Bottom Row : Trudeau welcomes British Prime Minister Theresa May to French speaking Quebec region, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and wife pose with Trudeau and wife. Welcoming the German Chancellor, Angela Merkel.

They were all charm, receiving world leaders at the two-day summit in La Malbaie, in Quebec’s Charlevoix region of the G-7 countries.

Canada first hosted the summit in 1981. Justin’s father, Pierre Trudeau was the Prime Minister then. A little later, there was a Commonwealth conference there where Justin, the 23rd and current Prime Minister was a few years old. Photos of him shaking hands with Nigeria’s President Shehu Shagari was passed around media publications in the country.

Justin and Grégoire have three children: Ella-Grace Margaret Trudeau, Hadrien Trudeau, Xavier James Trudeau

The Group of Seven countries consists of the United States, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan and Britain.

Russia was expelled from what was then called the G8 in 2014 because of its annexation of Crimea from Ukraine.

Talks at the G7 summit will not be easy as the United States is in conflict with the rest of the group on trade, climate change and the nuclear deal with Iran, EU chief Donald Tusk said.

First Canada Tried to Charm Trump. Now It’s Fighting Back. A trade war has been brewing and Justin Trudeau’s campaign against the American trade war revved up, such that the remarks made on twitter aboard Airforce One were anything but complementary to Justin.

Donald Trump had already left and is now in Singapore for the Korean summit.

Greg Abolo

Blogger at The Oasis Reporters.

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