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 representative of his or her riding, an MPP meets with constituents, deals with the provincial government to solve problems, helps constituents find services that are available to assist them in different ways, and attends and supports community events. An MPP may be able to help with and present a petition to the Legislature concerning a specific problem or issue in the riding. An MPP has one or more locally-staffed offices to help constituents.
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