Friday, June 1, 2018


   Montreal Gazette, QUEBEC:  Farmers in the Charlevoix region near the site of next week’s G7 summit at the posh Fairmont Manoir Richelieu are being asked to refrain from spreading manure lest a world leader get a whiff of it during their stay.
    Many farmers are none too happy about being told what they can and cannot do.
   This is a critical time for producers to get their crops in after the long, cold winter.
   But the missive obtained by the paper is clear.
  “We ask your collaboration so that the stay of our invitees in our welcoming region be as positive as possible,” the memo says. “For this, all elements of hospitality take on notable importance.”

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