Good Thursday morning! The 42nd Parliament is scheduled to sit on Dec. 3 to elect a House Speaker, followed by the Throne Speech the next day. The House is scheduled to sit until Dec. 11 and return on Jan. 25 when the first session will be in full swing. For those who want to learn how to navigate this Parliament, political insiders will speak about just that at a Hill Times Event panel discussion. Panelists include Earnscliffe Strategy Group’s Velma McColl, former Liberal MP and Capital Hill Group senior consultant Joe Jordan, and Ducks Unlimited government affairs director James Brennan. The panel is moderated by The Lobby Monitor editor Alyssa O’Dell. This breakfast panel event takes place at the Delta Ottawa City Hotel starting at 7:30 a.m. In case you missed it RCMP Commissioner Bob Paulson told attendees of the Securetech defence conference yesterday that he supports warrantless access to internet subscriber information in order to fight online crime, including child pornography. Last year, the Supreme Court ruled that police officers need a judge’s warrant to retrieve that information from internet service providers, and Mr. Paulson said the ruling has “put a chill” on law enforcement’s ability to investigate. “I'm all for warrantless access to subscriber info,” he said. “If I had to get a judge on the phone every time I wanted to run a licence plate when I was doing my policing, there wouldn't have been much policing getting done.” Prime Minister Justin Trudeau met Queen Elizabeth II at Buckingham Palace yesterday. The two spoke about the last time they met, when Mr. Trudeau was a young boy and travelled there with his father, former prime minister Pierre Trudeau. Queen Elizabeth said it was nice to see the younger Mr. Trudeau again, “but under different circumstances” to which Mr. Trudeau replied: “I will say, you were much taller than me the last time we met.” Queen Elizabeth replied: “Well, this is extraordinary to think of, isn't it?” During his trip to London, Mr. Trudeau also spoke with U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron. Parliament Now reported that Government House Leader Dominic LeBlanc met with his opposition counterparts Conservative House Leader Andrew Scheer and NDP House Leader Peter Julian this week to discuss House business. Mr. LeBlanc’s spokesperson Shane Diaczuk told Parliament Now that the government’s first bill to lower the tax bracket for the middle class will be “a high priority” the week of Dec. 7. On the agenda (all times local) National Inuit Leader Natan Obed will host a private gathering to help policymakers learn about Inuit priorities. This event will take place from 4 to 6 p.m. in Room 256-S, Centre Block (Senate entrance), Parliament Hill. As part of the Canadian Science Policy Conference, Science Minister Kirsty Duncan will deliver a speech at 6 p.m. at the Delta Hotel City Centre. Ecology Ottawa hosts its ninth annual Winter Holiday Eco-Gala, featuring a keynote speech by Kevin Page, former Parliamentary Budget Officer, speaking about a New Deal for Canadian cities. The evening will also feature music, local brews, a four-course dinner, and silent auction. This event will take place at St. Elias Banquet Centre, 750 Ridgewood Ave. Throwback Thursday photo of the day Francie Ducros, Aline Chrétien and CBC’s Susan Bonner are pictured at 24 Sussex during the PM’s annual garden party in 2001. Thirteen years ago today, Ms. Ducros resigned as then-prime minister Jean Chrétien’s communications director for being caught on tape saying that then-U.S. president George W. Bush was a “moron.” Read about it in the Nov. 25, 2002, edition of The Hill Times. The Hill Times archive photo Editor's note Correction: This Politics This Morning was corrected from an earlier version which stated that the throne speech would be delivered on Dec. 3 and the House would elect its Speaker the next day. The House Speaker will be elected on Dec. 3 and the Speech from the Throne will be read on Dec. 4.