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If you are wondering, "When should I contact the Prime Minister or my MP?" The answer is: ANY TIME IS A GOOD TIME.
If there is an issue you are passionate about then go for it. Canada is a democracy and one of the things that makes a democracy work is when citizens share their hearts with our leaders. Sometimes a letter or an idea can be the difference between positive change or not.
A couple tips:
- be to the point (the longer it is the less of a chance that it will be read carefully)
- be nice and full of honour
- check your spelling and grammar before you send
- include your city, town, province and postal code after your name so they know where you are from (especially if you are e-mailing your MP)
Sending Mail to Your Member of Parliament
You do not need a stamp to send mail to your Member of Parliament. You can send postcards, petitions, and letters to them free of charge. If you send them a petition that has 25 completed signatures, they are required to table it in the House of Commons.
All MP addresses on Parliament Hill are as follows (with the exception of the Prime Minister, see sidebar on the left):Name of your MPHouse of CommonsOttawa, ONK1A 0A6