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Orders of the Day - Thanks for saving some news for today, Jason Kenney!

Citizenship and Immigration Minister Jason Kenney headlines today's ministerial circuit with a special appearance at the National Press Theatre, where he will make himself available to reporters to discuss the "new selection criteria" for the Federal Skilled Workers Program.

Meanwhile, Finance Minister Jim Flaherty heads to Burlington for another round of pre-budget consultations, while in Richmond Hill, Environment Minister Peter Kent joins local MP Costas Menegakis to "mark the start of construction of a new transit facility."

Also out and about in Ontario: Conservative MP David Sweet, who will show his government's support for "recent science and technology graduates" at McMaster University.

On the west coast, James Moore joins BC Transport Minister Mary Polak for a "special announcement" on the "highly anticipated Evergreen Line rapid transit project" in Coquitlam while Conservative MPs Kerry-Lynne Findlay and James Lunney spread the largesse elsewhere in the province, announcing fresh federal cash for upgrades to the Tsawwassen Lawn Bowling Club in Delta, Cougar Smith Community Park and the 'multi-use path' at Tofino Botanical Garden.

Finally, Liberal leadership candidate Justin Trudeau meets with local party members in North Bay. 

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NOTE: Updates added in reverse chronological (newer to older) order.

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