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Staying on top of the summits

The world is coming to town this June and Toronto and Huntsville will play host to some 15,000 dignitaries and journalists, the world’s most powerful heads of state, and the biggest security detail to ever take place on Canadian soil.

For thousands of Ontarians, the G8 and G20 summits will have an impact on daily life — not only on June 25-27, when the summits take place, but over the next five weeks as security and summit organizers make their preparations.

Whether you're anxious about protesters or confused about security measures, this blog will be your destination for everything summit-related. We also know many of you work or live near the summit venues and will feel the impact much more directly — we want to share your stories too.

Follow us as we follow the summits. And if you have any tips, questions or photos to share, please email us at [email protected] or [email protected] You can also track us on Twitter by following Star_G8G20.


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Can you give us any insight into the impact this will have on commuters?

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