Good Monday morning, For those still dealing with the ‘side-effects’ of last night’s Grey Cup, let’s hope it’s a quiet, peaceful start to the work week. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is Monday in Toronto, making a series of appearances across the city. Firstly, Mr. Trudeau is meeting with the founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum Klaus Schwab at 10:30 a.m., before attending the Caring & Sharing Children's Christmas Gala at the Liberty Grand Entertainment Complex at 11:30 a.m. At 1:35 p.m. the prime minister is taking part in an armchair discussion at the University of Toronto with CBC's Matt Galloway during the Maytree and Caledon Institute of Social Policy conference, titled Looking Ahead: Preparing for the Next 25 Years. Back in Ottawa, Public Services and Procurement Canada will be holding a technical briefing on the procurement for the new Canadian Surface Combatant. Officials from National Defence, Innovation, Science, and Economic Development Canada, and Irving Shipbuilding Inc. will also be on hand at the National Press Theatre for the 11 a.m. briefing to answer questions. In the morning, International Trade Minister François-Philippe Champagne is joining Export Development Canada president and CEO Benoit Daignault at a breakfast event hosted by the Economic Club of Canada at the Chateau Laurier to launch Cleantech Export Week. From 7:30-9:30 a.m., Mr. Champagne and Mr. Daignault will talk about what is being done to support the cleantech sector in Canada, and then take questions from the media. Cleantech Export Week is an initiative of the EDC, a Crown corporation, aimed at fostering a national conversation on the opportunities for Canadian firms to take advantage of growing global demand for clean technologies. Shifting to the Hill, Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale is due to appear before the Senate Security and Defence Committee to discuss government legislation permanently cementing the customs preclearance agreement between Canada and the U.S. He’s scheduled to appear from 1-2 p.m. The meeting is being held in room two of the Victoria Building. Innovation, Science, and Economic Development Minister Navdeep Bains and local Liberal MP Mona Fortier are dropping by the University of Ottawa at 12:45 p.m. to announce funding to increase paid student job placements. Have a great day!