His responses on issues around gender equality were a little more revealing.
Plus, the Senate Ethics Committee is assembling for an in-camera meeting today. They'll likely be discussing the Senate ethics officer's report on ex-Senator Don Meredith that concluded he harassed several of his aides.
Though divisive politics has become a regular feature of political culture in Canada, thanks in part to the rhetoric from the country's southern neighbours, some MPs say there's been pushback to that kind of messaging.
Plus, Huawei Canada reps are slated to discuss their company's new partnerships with Ice Wireless, a mobile provider up north, and Qikiqtaaluk Corp.
Plus, Green Party Leader Elizabeth May is in Toronto to make her pitch, 'A New Deal for Canadian Cities,' which seeks to give municipalities greater control over 'essential services' and more protection from provinces.
Seniors Minister Filomena Tassi is holding a presser at the National Press Theatre to tout the government's efforts at addressing affordability issues.
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer is spending the day in Saskatoon, where he'll be making a couple of public appearances, including addressing the Dairy Farmers of Canada at their annual general meeting.