Since 1975, the heads of state of the major industrial democracies have met annually to discuss the major economic and political issues facing their respective political entities, and more broadly, the entire international community. This past weekend, these seven main countries (with Russia joining the organization in 2006) met in Evian, France. Provided and developed by the University of Toronto, this Web site is an exhaustive guide to the most recent proceedings at this year's G8 Conference, along with substantial documents from last year's G7 gathering. Just about any type of policy brief or document from these very important international gatherings is available on this site, along with frequent updates and responses from the different representatives. Not surprisingly, much of the material is available in different languages, including French, Italian, Spanish, and Russian. For policy makers and those with a concern for international affairs, this Web site will be one of great importance.