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Members

Since 1867, members of Parliament have upheld the principles and practices of Canadian democracy. Members consider and vote on legislation in the chamber, attend committee and caucus meetings, and perform a wide range of duties in their constituencies. They also represent Canada when travelling abroad on official business or when hosting foreign dignitaries.

Contact a Member of Parliament

To find e-mail addresses for individual members of Parliament, please consult a members profile page via Current Members of Parliament.

Full coordinates for individual Members of Parliament, including constituencies, are available at Addresses for Current Members of Parliament.

Mail may be sent postage-free to any member of Parliament at the following address:

[Name of member of Parliament]
House of Commons
Ottawa, Ontario
Canada
K1A 0A6