Charlotte Caslick returns to the Australian women's rugby sevens squad for the World Series event in Canada after sitting out the previous round due to a head knock.
Caslick suffered a concussion in the Commonwealth Games final in April, which Australia lost 17-12 to New Zealand.
As a result of the injury, the playmaker missed the World Series event in Japan, where Australia were again defeated by the Kiwis.
Caslick is one of two changes made by coach John Manenti, with Alicia Quirk and Cassie Staples rested for the second-last round of the Sevens World Series.
Maneti says although the team have a tough pool in Langford, resting Staples and Quirk before the final is important so the team can "rekindle our top form".
"It's a good chance to freshen up Cassie both physically and mentally, as it's been a big slog over the last few months while Alicia has battled with a knee injury so it's important we get that right ahead of Paris," he said on Friday.
Australia lead the HSBC Sevens World Series standings on 56 points.
New Zealand, who are on 50 points, aim to snatch top spot leading into next month's final event in Paris.
Women's sevens squad: Shannon Parry (capt), Yasmin Meakes, Demi Hayes, Dominique Du Toit, Emma Tonegato, Evania Pelite, Page McGregor, Emma Sykes, Lauren Brown, Emilee Cherry, Georgina Friedrichs, Lillian Dick, Charlotte Caslick.