In case you missed it: According to reports from The Canadian Press, the federal government's delayed counter-radicalization centre has now opened, although it is still without a special adviser to lead it. Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale is championing the centre, which is supposed to create a national strategy for deradicalization. Ten projects have already received funds from the centre, according to the article by the Canadian Press. The 2016 budget earmarked $35-million for the centre over five years and $10-million annually after the initial five-year term. Happening around the Hill: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will hold a press conference in the National Press Theatre in Ottawa at 9 a.m. At 2 p.m., Mr. Trudeau will be at Berrigan Elementary School in Nepean to celebrate Multiculturalism Day and to hold a Q&A with students. This evening, Mr. Trudeau and Sophie Grégoire-Trudeau will attend the State Dinner hosted by the Governor General David Johnston and his wife, Sharon Johnston, at Rideau Hall for Sergio Mattarella, the president of Italy. Steven MacKinnon, parliamentary secretary to the minister of Public Services and Procurement, and Karen McCrimmon, MP for Kanata–Carleton, will be in the west-end of Ottawa today to announce federal government investment into innovation. The event will take place at 400–580 Terry Fox Drive at 11 a.m. Nationwide news-makers: Dominic LeBlanc, minister of Fisheries, Oceans and the Canadian Coast Guard, is co-chairing the Canadian Council of Fisheries and Aquaculture Ministers' meeting alongside Pauline Frost, the Yukon minister of Environment. Mr. LeBlanc and Ms. Frost will be discussing economic growth and ways of improving global market access for Canadian fish and seafood, among other topics. The event, which began yesterday, is taking place at the Kwanlin Dun Cultural Centre. Minister of Indigenous and Northern Affairs Carolyn Bennett is also in the North today, where she will make an announcement regarding Canada’s fiscal relationships with self-governing indigenous communities alongside Grand Chief Peter Johnston, Council of Yukon First Nations. Afterwards, there will be media availability. The event will be taking place at 1 p.m. at the Carcross Tagish First Nation Learning Centre in Carcross, Yukon. Minister of Environment and Climate Change, Catherine McKenna, will be at Greenwich Interpretation Centre in Prince Edward Island National Park where she will deliver remarks at the welcoming reception and official opening of the Commission for Environmental Cooperation annual meeting. The theme of this year's gathering is "Harnessing local innovation for a healthy future." Ms. McKenna's remarks are scheduled for 7 p.m. MP for St. Catharines, Chris Bittle, will be in his riding today where he'll make an affordable housing announcement on behalf of Jean-Yves Duclos, minister of Families, Children and Social Development. He will be joined by MPP Nathalie Des Rosiers, who is the parliamentary assistant to Chris Ballard, Ontario's minister of Housing and minister responsible for the Poverty Reduction Strategy. Alan Caslin, chair of Niagara Regional Council, and St. Catharines Mayor Walter Sendzik will also participate in the event, which is set to take place at 1 p.m. at 527 Carlton Street. Stay on top of the world: François-Philippe Champagne, minister of International Trade, will be in Colombia today and until June 29, where he will participate in the Council of Ministers of the Pacific Alliance. During his trip, Mr. Champagne will hold meetings with his international counterparts. According to a government press release, Mr. Champagne will be in Bogota today and tomorrow, where he "will hold bilateral meetings, including a roundtable discussion with key Canadian investors in Colombia to highlight the merits of Canada’s progressive approach to trade and investment and discuss Canada’s strategy regarding corporate social responsibility." Then, on June 29, Mr. Champagne will attend the Council of Ministers of the Pacific Alliance with observer states in Cali on June 29.