In what will likely be his final major trip before the House reopens later this month, Prime Minister Stephen Harper heads off to London for two days of trade-related meetings before making his way to Cardiff, where NATO leaders are expected to gather later this week.
Meanwhile, New Democrat Leader Tom Mulcair kicks off his Northern tour with a stop in Iqaluit, where he'll join Northern Quebec MP Romeo Saganash for a town hall this evening.
Also northward bound today, albeit not quite as far: Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau treks to Gaspésie et des Îles, where he's slated to go behind closed doors to meet with local students and tour the E. Gagnon & Fils Ltée fish and seafood plant before he hits the stage at a Chamber of Commerce-organized evening event in Bonaventure.
Elsewhere on the leaders' front, Green Party Leader Elizabeth May holds a town hall in Sidney.
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