Decisions made included giving priority to the British and US air offensives against German industry and coming up with a firm date for Operation Overlord, the D-Day invasion of Europe. The date chosen was 1 May 1944. Plans to invade the Italian mainland were also given the go-ahead. There was also agreement for closer collaboration in nuclear energy research, including the development of the atomic bomb.
Afterwards, Churchill spent a few days fishing in the Province of Quebec. He caught a number of speckled trout before heading to the United States for further conversations with Roosevelt.