It's hard to know where to start when it comes to contacting your elected provincial or federal representative.
That's why we've created short guides to help you engage with your representative. Keep scrolling for more!
Not sure how to find your elected representative?
Find links to each region below.
Your Member Of The Legislative Assembly (MLA) is the political representative for your provincial riding, who serves on behalf of constituents at the provincial legislature in your provincial capital.
Note: Ontario, Quebec and Newfoundland and Labrador refer to their provincial representatives differently. MLAs are known as a Member of Provincial Parliament (MPP) in Ontario, a Member of the National Assembly (MNA) in Quebec, and a Member of the House Of Assembly (MHA) in Newfoundland.
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With your input, we'll be able to track how different representatives stand on various issues, and what resources to develop next to help you engage with your elected representative.