Ask MP to advocate to Ministers

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by | Published , updated Jul 8, 2024

Members of Parliament represent their constituents in many ways; for example, by representing their views in the House of Commons and suggesting policy initiatives on their behalf. By partaking in the legislative process, MPs give constituents at least an indirect role in the shaping of important policies affecting their lives.

A Member may … appeal to Ministers either by letter or more directly.

MEMBERS OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS: THEIR ROLE

Example: MP Mike Morrice’s letter to Minister Champagne on stopping the Rogers-Shaw merger

MP Morrice has sent other letters, including ones regarding:

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