As an MP, I represent all the residents of Alfred-Pellan, and my work is non-partisan. In Ottawa, my role is to represent you in Parliament and help you in your dealings with the federal government. In the riding, I meet with constituents, and I am always happy to attend the events to which you invite me.
The staff in my offices are there to provide you with more information, but also to help you and guide you in dealing with federal departments.
My constituency office works for the people of Alfred-Pellan. We give priority to residents of the riding.
You will find four key people working at my constituency office: our receptionist, our case manager, our program assistant and our communications assistant.
Our receptionist is your first point of contact with my office. She will greet you if you visit the office. Whether you contact me by email or telephone, or visit the office in person, she will direct you to the person who can answer your questions. Our receptionist is the person to contact if you would like to arrange a meeting with my team or with me, to request a certificate or letter, or to inquire about how things work in my office.
Our case manager is the liaison between constituents and federal offices. He will assist you when you need specific information or have problems with the Canada Revenue Agency, Citizenship and Immigration Canada or any other federal agency. Our case manager is a valuable resource who will help you find a solution that addresses your concerns.
Our program assistant is available to help associations, organizations and businesses in Alfred-Pellan. The federal government offers a range of funding and grant programs, and our program assistant can answer your questions about them. If you want to apply for federal grants, she will guide you to ensure your file completes all the necessary formalities.
Our communications assistant is the liaison between the media and my office. By preparing articles, media advisories, news releases or social media posts, the communications assistant carefully and creatively ensures appropriate coverage of news from both the riding of Alfred-Pellan and Ottawa.
At my Ottawa office, you will find my parliamentary assistant, who is responsible for assisting me with my parliamentary duties. She is also the contact person for residents of Alfred-Pellan who are visiting Parliament Hill. If you would like to take a tour of the Parliament of Canada, attend question period or meet with me on the Hill, she will help you make the necessary arrangements.