Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Conservative Party leader Andrew Scheer are scheduled to meet on Tuesday morning, for the first time since October’s federal election. It’s no secret that the two aren’t exactly best friends, and with some heavy issues also to be discussed with Saskatchewan's Premier Scott Moe, Justin Trudeau and Andrew Scheer’s post-election meeting has the potential to get a little tense.\nThis is the first time that opposition leaders Justin Trudeau and Andrew Scheer have had a meeting since October’s general election, in which Trudeau won the most seats but Scheer won the popular vote.\nTrudeau will also be meeting with Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe this morning, who is expected to bring up the issue of Western alienation, which has plagued the Prime Minister since the election result was announced last month.\nSince the election, Moe has been a key figure in voicing the anger and frustration felt by many Western Canadians, and it’s likely that the focus of his meeting with the Prime Minister will be related to these issues.\nAccording to a news release from the Prime Ministers office, Trudeau will meet with Scheer at Parliament Hill, starting at approximately 9:30 a.m.\nHe will then go on to meet with Scott Moe at around 10:45 a.m., with further details of both meetings expected to emerge later today.\nView this post on Instagram Forward. Avançons. A post shared by Justin Trudeau (@justinpjtrudeau) on Oct 22, 2019 at 6:24am PDT\nAfter a tense and sometimes nasty election campaign, tensions between Trudeau and Scheer could potentially be high today, particularly as the Conservative leader has continued to call-out Justin Trudeau in the weeks following the election result.\nIn several tweets, Scheer has continued to criticize Trudeau publically and urged him to recall Parliament as soon as possible.\nIn one particular example, Scheer accused Trudeau of "attacking" the energy sector, and said that he has "driven jobs and opportunities out of Canada and into Donald Trump's waiting arms."\nCanadians need us to get to work and Conservatives are ready. Justin Trudeau must recall Parliament as soon as possible. pic.twitter.com/P5FOXsW9PW— Andrew Scheer (@AndrewScheer) November 10, 2019\nCanada’s ability to attract and keep businesses and the jobs they create is diminishing, due to Justin Trudeau’s policies. We must become a country of yes again. https://t.co/5Zn41oXEzp— Andrew Scheer (@AndrewScheer) November 8, 2019\nFormer Liberal Premier Frank McKenna absolutely nails it. Justin Trudeau’s attacks on the energy sector have driven jobs and opportunity out of Canada and into Donald Trump’s waiting arms. pic.twitter.com/xT5q24hItY— Andrew Scheer (@AndrewScheer) November 5, 2019\nPowerful and damning words on Justin Trudeau’s disastrous policies after another Canadian energy company moves south.When the energy sector succeeds, Canada succeeds. pic.twitter.com/Alblf6Xgwd— Andrew Scheer (@AndrewScheer) November 1, 2019\nAnother Canadian energy company is packing up, moving south of the border, and changing its name because it can’t get anywhere in Justin Trudeau’s Canada. Trudeau’s policies are dividing the nation and damaging the economy. He must change course – now. https://t.co/Tryc6xMxXw— Andrew Scheer (@AndrewScheer) October 31, 2019\nImmediately after meeting with Scheer, Trudeau will meet with Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe, who has also been a vocal critic of the Prime Minister.\nMoe is expected to speak with Trudeau about the growing alienation in the West and will call for a “new deal” for Western Canada. Moe also wants Trudeau to pause the carbon tax for at least one year, as well as commit to pursuing new pipeline projects.\nView this post on Instagram We will continue to stand up against the ineffective Trudeau Carbon Tax and stand up for our industries that make Saskatchewan strong. Perhaps Ryan Meili should ask his anti-pipeline, pro-carbon tax, federal leader, Jagmeet Singh to do the same. A post shared by Scott Moe (@premierscottmoe) on Nov 7, 2019 at 6:37am PST\nDetails from both meetings are expected to emerge later today.\nEarlier this morning, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced that he would convene the new Parliament on Thursday, December 5.\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.