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“I can’t email my MPP?” It is a misconception that some of us have. Since we work for the parliamentarians, some feel we can’t email them when we don’t like what is going on in our communities. In fact, you have every right to tell your local MPP you are upset about what it means to have a private ServiceOntario or what it means for foreign companies to have access to your private data. You can also tell them what it means to you seeing all the public job cuts in our area and how it will affect us all.

Below is a form you can fill out. It is for EVERYONE. Not meant only for ServiceOntario people or any government employee. You can have your family or neighbours use it too. The form will be able to determine who your local MPP is using your postal code and then it will generate an email for you. You can edit the email if you wish. Please fill it out today.

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Please go to our website to see the form.

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