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February 14, 2017 3:19pmET

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is scheduled to attend question period, one day after meeting U.S. President Donald Trump at the White House. LIVE ON-AIR AND ONLINE 2:15pm ET / 11:15am PT

MPs vote on last week’s NDP motion on electoral reform, along with Bill C-31 at third reading.

Bill S-201 is considered at report stage.

In committee:

  • Two chiefs from First Nations in northwestern Ontario brief the indigenous affairs committee on mental health and the suicide crisis in their communities. Pimicikamak, in northern Manitoba, declared a state of emergency in early 2016 after a rash of suicides. Onigaming, in northwestern Ontario, declared a similar state of emergency in 2014. LIVE ONLINE 8:45am ET / 5:45am PT
  • Facebook and Google executives testify at the heritage committee, which is continuing to study the future of Canadian media.
  • Privacy lawyers, including former interim privacy commissioner Chantal Bernier, brief the ethics committee on the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA).

-Andrew Thomson

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