Modi will depart for Ottawa today after attending a working lunch hosted by German Chancellor Angela Merkel today. He will also take a tour of the Berlin Hauptbahnhof.
Preparations are in full swing in Canada to welcome Modi. Modi's visit to Canada will be the first bilateral visit by an India Prime Minister in 42 years. While in Ottawa, Modi will meet his counterpart, Stephen Harper
Following this, Modi will reach out to the Indian diasopra in Vancouver and Toronto. Reports suggest that his address to the diaspora there will be on the lines of the Madison Square Garden event that was held last year when Modi visited USA.
Like in Germany, Modi is likely to push trade and investment opportunities thereby inviting Canada to come and invest in India [Narendra Modi says Make In India not a brand, it is a national movement]
Modi is also likely to clinch a fuel supply agreement with Canada's biggest uranium producer. Modi said that he was looking forward on resuming civil nuclear energy cooperation with Canada during his visit.