In case you missed it: The Washington Post reported yesterday that European intelligence officials have released some details about the suspect who allegedly detonated a suicide bomb outside of an Ariana Grande concert late-Monday night, killing at least 22 people—many of whom were youth. The suspected attacker is said to be 22-year-old Salman Abedi, a British citizen of Libyan descent. Some media reports say his brother has been taken into custody. The so-called Islamic State has also claimed responsibility for the attack, which wounded more than 50 in Manchester, England. The group's claims have not yet been verified, although British Prime Minister Theresa May said the tragedy is being treated as a terror attack. Yesterday, the former director of the CIA, John Brennan, reportedly told the House intelligence committee—which is investigating Russia's involvement with the 2016 U.S. presidential elections—that Russia "brazenly interfered," including actively contacting President Donald Trump's campaign team. Happening around the Hill: Steven MacKinnon, parliamentary secretary to the minister of Public Services and Procurement, will make an announcement about next steps being taken by the federal government to resolve the ongoing Phoenix pay issues. The event will take place in the National Press Theatre at 10 a.m. (all times local). Navdeep Bains, minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development, is making announcements in the Ottawa-area today. At 10:30 a.m., he'll be at the BlackBerry QNX building in Kanata to make an announcement about innovation and job growth. At 12:30 p.m., he's scheduled to deliver remarks in the Canadian room of the Chateau Laurier in Ottawa. David Johnston, Governor General of Canada and honorary patron of the United Nations Association in Canada, will be presenting former minister of Foreign Affairs Lloyd Axworthy with the 30th Pearson Peace Medal during a 3 p.m. ceremony at Rideau Hall. Nationwide news-makers: Finance Minister Bill Morneau is in Montreal, where he will take part in a ribbon-cutting ceremony to mark the opening of the modernized ABB Montréal Campus at 10:30 a.m. Then, he will be flying to Winnipeg, Manitoba where he will visit the Richardson Centre for Functional Foods and Nutraceuticals at the University of Manitoba to speak about the 2017 federal budget and how it supports innovation in the agri-food sector. This event will take place at 1:45 p.m. Jean-Yves Duclos, minister of Families, Children and Social Development and MP for Québec City will make an announcement about government funding for improved safety measures at Canada's regional airports. The event will take place at 9 a.m. at Baie-Comeau Airport. Vance Badawey, MP for Niagara Centre, will be making an infrastructure announcement today on behalf of Amarjeet Sohi, minister of Infrastructure and Communities. He will be accompanied at the event, which is set to take place at the Decew Water Treatment Plant in St. Catharines, by James Bradley, MPP for St. Catharines, on behalf of Bob Chiarelli, Ontario minister of Infrastructure. Tim Rigby, Niagara regional councillor, will also be in attendance. The announcement is scheduled for 9:30 a.m. Patty Hadju, minister of Employment, Workforce Development and Labour, and MP for Thunder Bay-Superior North, will be at City Hall in Thunder Bay at 9 a.m. to make an infrastructure announcement. Around the world: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will depart Ottawa at 9 a.m. for Brussels, Belgium, where he'll be greeted by a string of foreign representatives and Canadian envoys at the Melsbroek Military Airbase. The welcome delegation will include: the Prime Minister of Belgium, Charles Michel; Olivier Nicoloff, ambassador of Canada to Belgium and Luxembourg; Kerry Buck, ambassador and permanent representative to the North Atlantic Council; Stéphane Dion, Canada's ambassador to Germany and special envoy to the European Union and Europe; and Lieutenant Colonel Jean-Louis Lejeune, commander of Melsbroek Military Airbase. At 12:30 p.m., Mr. Trudeau will meet with Jens Stoltenberg, secretary general of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization at the NATO headquarters, and afterwards, will hold media availability at 1:15 p.m. This afternoon, Mr. Trudeau will visit the Public Square Entrance of the new NATO Headquarters, and will then attend a leaders' reception at 3:15 p.m. At 4:15 p.m., Mr. Trudeau will attend the unveiling of the 9/11-Article 5 and Berlin Wall Memorials, will pose as part of the NATO leaders family photo, and will take a walking tour through the agora of the new NATO Headquarters with the secretary general and other NATO Leaders. At 5 p.m., Mr. Trudeau will attend the Handover Ceremony of the North Atlantic Council Meeting, and afterwards, will participate in the North Atlantic Council Working Dinner. At 10 p.m. Mr. Trudeau will depart Brussels for Sigonella, Italy, where he will be attending the 43rd G7 summit tomorrow. Defence Minister Harjit S. Sajjan will make an announcement from the UN Headquarters in New York City at 12 p.m. regarding the 2017 UN Peacekeeping Defence Ministerial. Bardish Chagger, leader of the government in the House of Commons and minister of Small Business and Tourism, is wrapping-up a two-day visit in the U.S. and will be holding a teleconference at 12:45 p.m. to brief the media on outcomes. Celina Caesar-Chavannes, parliamentary secretary to the minister of International Development will be in Cancun, Mexico today to attend the UN’s 2017 Global Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction.