An introduction to the roles and responsibilities of Members of Provincial Parliament. Including general instructions on how to contact an MPP, as well as links to MPP address and contact information lists.
As a legislator, an MPP will attend meetings of the Legislative Assembly to participate in the debating and making of laws. An MPP will also take part in meetings of legislative committees where draft legislation will be studied in detail, and where the public can participate to have face-to-face input into legislative proposals. An MPP may have additional duties as a cabinet minister, parliamentary assistant, house leader or whip, or even as Speaker of the Assembly.
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