Our office is happy to provide a wide variety of services to our constituents.
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, Service Canada, Canada Revenue Agency, Canada Pension Plan (CPP), and Old Age Security (OAS).
Our office has compiled a list of links that may prove helpful to you, from federal and provincial services to business and municipal services.
Click here for helpful links to federal, provincial and municipal services.
If you have an event you would like Greg to attend, please provide the date, time and other details at firstname.lastname@example.org
- To request greetings from the Governor General and/or His Majesty the King, click here.
- To request special messages and written greetings from the Lieutenant Governor of Alberta, click here.
- To request greetings for a special occasion from the Prime Minister, click here.
- To request a scroll from the Premier of Alberta, click here.
- To request a certificate from Greg and/or the Leader of the Official Opposition, send an email to our office.
Attending Question Period and Tours
If you are visiting Ottawa and would like a tour of Parliament Hill or tickets to Question Period, please contact us and we’d be happy to arrange it for you or click here to arrange a tour online.
After a two year pause due to COVID-19, public tours are now again available, as are tickets to view Question Period when the House is sitting (2:00 PM Monday through Thursday, and 11:00 AM on Fridays). Reservations should be made as far in advance as possible, due to limited space and high demand. Contact our office to start the process.
The Library of Parliament offers guided tours of West Block (current home of the House of Commons, during rehabilitation of Centre Block) and the Senate of Canada Building.
Library guides spotlight the role and functions of the chambers, as well as the art and architecture of these historic buildings. Each tour lasts approximately 30 to 40 minutes.
To reserve, please email our office. Private tours are available for groups of 6 to 10 people, or small groups of 5 or fewer and individuals.
Visitors should report to The Senate of Canada Building for Senate tours, or to the Visitor Welcome Centre on Parliament Hill (for tours of West Block) at least 25 minutes before the tour begins to allow time to undergo security screening.
For those unable to visit in person, this short video offers a glimpse of where the House of Commons operates.
Senate of Canada Building
For those unable to visit in person, here is a glimpse of the Senate of Canada Building.
Parliament: The Immersive Experience
Produced by the Library of Parliament, this 45-minute multimedia attraction takes visitors on a 360° journey through Centre Block, where the history, art and architecture of this iconic building come to life in vivid sensory detail. Located at 211 Sparks Street, the attraction includes an exhibit and an immersive show that features large-scale projections of key spaces in Centre Block, such as the Senate, the House of Commons, the Library, the Peace Tower and Memorial Chamber.
If you are in the National Capital Region, we encourage you to visit Parliament: The Immersive Experience. Tickets are available at no cost and can be reserved online at visit.parl.ca or by calling 613-996-0896.
Virtual Reality Tour
An immersive journey takes you deep into the heart of Parliament, where an iconic building surges to life with magic realism. You can get more information on the virtual experience here.
Get In Touch
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!