Canadian and U.S. officials are scheduled to meet this week to see if progress can be made to end a dispute that resulted in Canada suspending all shipments of potatoes from Prince Edward Island to the United States.
On Monday and Tuesday, schools in Quebec, Ontario, Manitoba, Nova Scotia and Nunavut will resume in-person learning. CBC News spoke with several Canadian parents who expressed both relief and concern about the prospect of sending their children back to school.
Conservative Leader Erin O'Toole holds a media availability in Ottawa.
Students in Ontario are expected back in classrooms this morning after a period of remote learning — but after a blast of winter weather, some will be learning remotely for at least another day.