Not wanting to be overshadowed by the Conservative government's "consumer first" agenda, the NDP says consumers should not have to pay $2 or $3 to withdraw their own money from a bank machine.
It's proposing a cap on ATM withdrawal fees of 50 cents per transaction.
Here are some other events happening today around Parliament Hill:
— Transport Minister Lisa Raitt will speak at the Canadian Club about rail-safety measures the federal government has put in place in light of the Lac Megantic, Que., disaster and other rail accidents.
— Prime Minister Stephen Harper's national security adviser, Stephen Rigby, will appear before the Senate national security and defence committee to discuss activities carried out by the Canadian Security Intelligence Service.
— CSIS director Michel Coulombe is scheduled to appear at the same committee later in the day to discuss sovereignty and security in the Arctic.
— And Gov. Gen. David Johnston will presents a series of awards from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada.
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