While the PM is in France, the NDP will start a debate on their motion calling for an action plan to fight climate change, and the Conservatives and New Democrats will likely have an opportunity to grill Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan on the Norman affair during an evening Q&A in the Chamber as part of a committee of the whole.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and French President Emmanuel Macron, pictured during the latter's visit to Ottawa prior to the 2018 G7 in Quebec, will have a chance to renew their acquaintance in Paris today.
Photograph by Alex Tétreault
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