If you’d like help with any of the following, please contact our office to request assistance. In order to serve you better, please make sure to include your name and address in your request:
Help Accessing Government Services
If you require help dealing with any federal department, agency, or crown corporation, our office can help. Federal agencies include, but are not limited to, Employment Insurance, Passports, Citizenship and Immigration, Firearms Licensing, Service Canada, Revenue Canada, Canada Pension Plan (CPP), and Old Age Security (OAS).
We offer congratulatory certificates for residents celebrating a significant anniversary, birthday or other special occasion. For certain milestones, you may also request certificates from the Prime Minister’s office and the Governor General.
Tours of Parliament Hill and Attending Question Period
Our office is happy to arrange for tours of Parliament Hill or tickets to Question Period if you’re visiting Ottawa.
Attend an Event
Invite me to attend your event and bring greetings.
If you have any other questions, concerns, or require assistance in any other way, we’ll do whatever we can to help. Please visit our contact page and get in touch!
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How can I find advice for travelling outside of Canada?
A: The Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade provides essential information for Canadians abroad.
Q: How can I find advisories on food, drugs, medical services, and consumer products?
A: Health Canada provides valuable information and recommendations for Canadians.
Q: How can I find information on firearms possession and licensing?
A: Find information on firearms possession and licensing at the Canada Firearms Centre.
Q: How do I apply for a Passport?
A: Passport Canada provides Passports for Canadians.
Q: How do I contact another Member of Parliament?
A: Contact information for other Members of Parliament can be found on the Parliament of Canada website.
Q: How do I file my taxes online?
A: Information about Tax policy and submitting your Tax return is provided by the Canada Revenue Agency.
Q: How do I find a Postal Code online?
A: Postal Codes can be found online through Canada Post.
Q: How do I find information on a Bill currently being debated in the House of Commons?
A: The Parliament of Canada provides information on the activities of Parliament.
Q: How do I obtain a Social Insurance Number (SIN)?
A: Information on SIN eligibility and application is provided by Service Canada.
Q: How do I send my support to Canadian Troops overseas?
A: Messages for members of the Canadian Forces can be posted on an online forum at the Department of National Defence.