In June 2010, the quaint Canadian town of Huntsville will play host to the 36th G8 Summit.
No other political event has created a controversy of this magnitude with more than a billion Can $ spent on security, and the anticipation of mass protests.
It begs the question: What happens in the community hosting the event? How does it effect everyday life ? How does it shape the citizens’ views on politics?
For the citizens of Huntsville, the G8 is like a play with an open end. Yet some already know that "the G8 has definitely changed their life".