Happening around the Hill: Finance Minister Bill Morneau is hosting his provincial and territorial counterparts in Ottawa today to discuss priorities. Meetings will be taking place from 8:40 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. There will be a closing press conference held at 90 Elgin Street at 4:15 p.m. Indigenous activist Sylvia Maracle and Gord Downie of the Canadian rock band The Tragically Hip, will be presented with the Order of Canada from Governor General David Johnston today at Rideau Hall. According to a government press release, Ms. Maracle and Mr. Downie will accept their awards as part of a special presentation of Canadian honours for leadership on indigenous issues. The other members of The Tragically Hip will also receive the Order of Canada at a later date for their contribution to Canadian music, and for their promotion of social and environmental issues. Nationwide news-makers: Scott Streiner, chair and CEO of the Canadian Transportation Agency, will be at the Hilton Lac-Leamy in Gatineau, Que. today to give remarks about his vision for Canada to become a world-leader in accessibility with its national transportation system. After his speech, taking place at 8:40 a.m., there will be media availability. Stay on top of the world: Two members of the Canadian Section of ParlAmericas, Liberal MP Robert D. Nault, chair of the Canadian Section of ParlAmericas, and Conservative MP Peter Kent will be in Cancun, Mexico today to attend the 47th session of the General Assembly of the Organization of American States (OAS). The multilateral organization has 34 members countries from within the Americas, and this year, will be focusing on discussions around the deteriorating situation in Venezuela, as well as women's rights. Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland will also be attending. As of Sunday, 80 personnel from Canada's 2nd Battalion, Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry and 35 members of the Royal Canadian Artillery Band will be taking-over the ceremonial duties as the Queen’s Guard in London, U.K. and will remain on-duty until July 3, 2017. "The Queen’s Guard are soldiers charged with guarding the official royal residences in the UK. These include Buckingham Palace, St. James's Palace, Windsor Castle, and the Tower of London," reads a government press release, which notes that this is a longstanding tradition between Canada and the U.K., and that the soldiers will rotate as sentries during both the day and night. According to a press release from the U.S. Embassy in Ottawa, 53 Canadian companies from a wide number of sectors will be travelling to Washington D.C. from Sunday to Tuesday in order to take part in the SelectUSA Investment Summit (Summit), the "highest profile event to connect global companies and U.S. economic development organizations (EDOs) to foster business investment in the United States," according to the press release. Global Affairs Canada’s Business Women in International Trade (BWIT) program is also heading stateside; bringing a delegation comprised of more than 50 female business owners to the annual Women’s Business Enterprise National Council’s (WBENC) National Conference and Business Fair in Las Vegas, Nevada. The conference, which runs June 18 to 22, is the largest event of its kind for woman business owners.