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In Canada, we’ve weathered the pandemic by sticking together and supporting each other. Let’s take what we learned from the pandemic and prepare for Canada’s future. We need to make sure decision makers will invest in a recovery that benefits everyone.

Set up a meeting with your MP on the week of November 29 to December 3, to push for a recovery plan that puts people first.

Grab a virtual cup of coffee with your MP. Tell them we need to replace lost jobs with better ones, strengthen public health care, prioritize action on climate, and improve our social safety net. 

We need to be heard, now more than ever. Meeting with our MPs ensures that we are part of the conversation to influence government plans to rebuild the economy.

Here’s how you can get started and participate in our Action Week.

Use this simple tool to schedule your meeting.

Access our campaign fact sheets to get familiar with our ‘asks’.

Use these resources to get ready for your virtual meeting.

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Join us the week of November 29 – December 3!

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Set up your meeting

Use this simple tool and follow the script to schedule a virtual meeting with your MP for Action Week, November…

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Whether you’re a seasoned lobbyist or meeting your MP for the first time, we’ve got you covered!

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