Peter M. Boehm: So here we are, we are about to star our adventure, we are preparing for our departure to Quebec City for consultations with civil society.
This is really our first chance to get input on the Summit agenda so we are quite excited.
Flight attendant: Welcome to Quebec City.
Peter M. Boehm: How are you?
Hélène Viau: Good, thank you.
Welcome to Quebec City.
Alexandre Lévêque: Thank you.
Louis Bélanger: Peter Boehm is Deputy Minister for the G7 Summit, so Sherpa for the G7, and he comes to Quebec to participate in the first consultation.
Peter M. Boehm: Hello it’s really a pleasure for me to be here today.
Professor: I think it’s a good thing that the organizer of the G7 takes time to come to the institutions. It’s a great exercise.
Louis Bélanger: Thanks again for this exercise.
Peter M. Boehm: Thank you very much.
Louis Bélanger: Thank you, goodbye.
Peter M. Boehm: Hi my name is Peter Boehm.
Journalist: Hi I’m Cathy Senay, nice to meet you.
Peter M. Boehm: It’s a pleasure.
Journalist: As Sherpa this is your first experience?
Peter M. Boehm: I was Sherpa before, I was here in 2001.
Journalist: Not only must you guide Mr. Trudeau, but you must also make sure that you organize those summits?
Peter M. Boehm: I am the only additional person, to be present to witness the discussions, it is an honour really for me and it’s interesting.
Journalist: Thank you, goodbye Mr. Boehm, have a good visit.
Peter M. Boehm: Thank you.
Louis Bélanger: Hello to all, Hello everyone, welcome to Laval University. So today, the Summit team, comes to consult students, Quebecers.
Peter M. Boehm: This opportunity to dialogue here in Quebec is more important since the Summit will take place in your beautiful region.
Louis Bélanger: So for Laval University, for professors, for students, it’s a privileged moment, to discuss these issues, to showcase our expertise but also to exchange and meet people, in this case of the seven G7 countries.
Thank you very much to all.