Published: Apr 02, 2012 10:48 AM EDT

WASHINGTON (AP) - President Obama is convening a summit with leaders from Mexico and Canada to grapple with pressing issues of trade and energy.
The session at the White House is a make-good for a planned meeting last November in Hawaii on the sidelines of the Asia-Pacific summit. Obama ended up meeting just with Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper when Mexican President Felipe Calderon's top deputy was killed in a helicopter crash.
In an Oval Office session, the White House says the three leaders will discuss issues of growth and competitiveness, citizen security and global warming - as well as the agenda for the next summit on the docket, the hemispherewide Summit of the Americas later this month in Cartagena, Colombia.