Also, some Grits take a hot air balloon ride and the information commissioner will hold a public Q&A next month in Ottawa.
Government and Hill spokespeople ducked questions about moving controversial statues on Parliament Hill.
Liberal MP Kent Hehr gets hitched, and another Grit has announced he will be the man to tryâ€”againâ€”to win Ben Lobb's seat in the House.
Also, a new book on one of the country's darkest hours is being published, and Canada's longest tenured Senator says goodbye to the Upper Chamber.
Also, a new account of the lead up to an October month in 1970 that terrorized Canada, and Veteran Affairs Minister Seamus O'Regan reneges on immigration tweet.
As the United States becomes less of a market for Canadian electricity, questions remain over whether an increase in interprovincial trade is a 'priority' for provinces, says one expert.
With the race between the Liberals and Conservatives tied, according to polls, the Grits need to shore up the coalition that won them a majority government in 2015, pollsters say.
The Canadian peacekeeping mission could be tasked to any part of Mali, but likely will stay in their medical evacuation post in northeastern Mali, according to Canada's commanding officer in Mali.