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1. Contact the Prime Minister

The Prime Minister greatly values the thoughts and suggestions of Canadians. You may write or fax his office at:


Office of the Prime Minister
80 Wellington Street
Ottawa, ON K1A 0A2

Fax: 613-941-6900

You may also use the form below to share your ideas and feedback. Please understand that due to the volume received an e-mail response cannot be guaranteed.

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Gifts and Items Sent to the Prime Minister and His Family

Many Canadians choose to offer gifts to the Prime Minister and his family. These are kind and generous gestures. However, the Trudeau family believes that this goodwill would be better directed towards community, charity and family.

Additionally, security regulations and the Federal Accountability Act passed in 2006 prevent and preclude the Prime Minister and his family from accepting many gifts. All monetary gifts and gift certificates will be returned to the sender. Some items, such as perishable goods, cannot be accepted for security reasons. Other items may be severely damaged due to security screening processes. We would be very disappointed to learn that any item of personal value was damaged as a result of these measures and ask that you refrain from sending these valuables.

Finally, we would ask that you consider the impact your efforts could have for those in need across Canada. The Prime Minister, Sophie, Xavier, Ella-Grace, and Hadrien would be heartened to know that you are focusing your generosity as a volunteer or benefactor of a dedicated charitable organization.

Privacy

The collection and use of personal information by this site is in accordance with the federal Privacy Act, which states that you have the right to access your personal information and request changes to incorrect information. The personal information will be used to respond to your inquiry as described in the Personal Information Bank PSU 902, "Executive Correspondence" which is posted at Info Source. Information may be disclosed without your consent for purposes not outlined here according to subsection 8(2) of the Privacy Act.

 

2. Request Birthday Greetings

Significant Birthday Anniversaries

On request, the Prime Minister sends congratulatory certificates to Canadians celebrating significant birthdays.

Congratulatory certificates are available for:
65th birthdays and up (at 5-year intervals)
100th birthdays and up

You can send your request one of three ways:

  1. Online by filling out and submitting the form below
  2. Filling out and faxing a Congratulatory Message from the Prime Minister PDF form (requires Adobe Acrobat Reader)
  3. By contacting:
    Congratulatory Messages
    Executive Correspondence Unit, Langevin Block
    Ottawa, Ontario, K1A 0A2

    Fax: 613-941-6901

To ensure on-time delivery, we ask that you submit your request at least six weeks before the event date.

(Please note that the personal information that you provide is protected under the provisions of the Privacy Act.)

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Birthday
Celebrant
Mailing Address
Requested by:
Delivery Instructions

Please note that only Canadian citizens may receive a congratulatory certificate from the Prime Minister.

 

3. Request Wedding Anniversary Greetings

Significant Wedding Anniversaries

On request, the Prime Minister sends congratulatory certificates to Canadians celebrating significant wedding anniversaries.

Congratulatory certificates are available for:
25th wedding anniversaries and up (at 5-year intervals)

You can send your request one of three ways:

  1. Online by filling out and submitting the form below
  2. Filling out and faxing a Congratulatory Message from the Prime Minister PDF form (requires Adobe Acrobat Reader)
  3. By contacting:
    Congratulatory Messages
    Executive Correspondence Unit, Langevin Block
    Ottawa, Ontario, K1A 0A2

    Fax: 613-941-6901

To ensure on-time delivery, we ask that you submit your request at least six weeks before the event date.

(Please note that the personal information that you provide is protected under the provisions of the Privacy Act.)

* Mandatory fields.

Wedding Anniversary
Celebrants
Celebrant 1
Celebrant 2
Mailing Address
Requested by:
Delivery Instructions

Please note that only Canadian citizens may receive a congratulatory certificate from the Prime Minister.

 

4. Request Anniversary of Life Together Greetings

Significant Anniversaries of Life Together

On request, the Prime Minister sends congratulatory certificates to Canadians celebrating significant anniversaries of life together.

Congratulatory certificates are available for:
25th union anniversaries and up (at 5-year intervals)

You can send your request one of three ways:

  1. Online by filling out and submitting the form below
  2. Filling out and faxing a Congratulatory Message from the Prime Minister PDF form (requires Adobe Acrobat Reader)
  3. By contacting:
    Congratulatory Messages
    Executive Correspondence Unit, Langevin Block
    Ottawa, Ontario, K1A 0A2

    Fax: 613-941-6901

To ensure on-time delivery, we ask that you submit your request at least six weeks before the event date.

(Please note that the personal information that you provide is protected under the provisions of the Privacy Act.)

* Mandatory fields.

Anniversary of Life Together
Celebrants
Celebrant 1
Celebrant 2
Mailing Address
Requested by:
Delivery Instructions

Please note that only Canadian citizens may receive a congratulatory certificate from the Prime Minister.

 

5. Subscribe to Email Updates

Subscribe

Who should subscribe? Anyone interested in receiving, by email, communications material released by the Prime Minister's Office (news releases, statements, itineraries etc.).

Once you subscribe, it is easy to cancel or to modify your subscriber's profile. Note that subscribers who choose to receive all the releases should expect several emails per week.

(Please note that the personal information that you provide is protected under the provisions of the Privacy Act.)

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6. RSS Feeds

What is RSS?

Rich Site Summary (RSS) or as some refer to it, Real Simple Syndication, is an XML-based format for content distribution in real time.

Choose Your News

The Prime Minister's Web site offers you numerous RSS news feeds. Each news item includes the headline or title, a summary of the news article and a link to the full text document found on the site.

Instructions on adding a news feed to your News Reader or aggregator
  1. Simply click on any category above and copy the URL that appears in the dialog box.
  2. Launch your news aggregator or news reader application and paste the news feed URL into an "add new feed" window.
  3. When news items are published by the Prime Minister's Office, your news reader/aggregator will let you know through a small pop-up window or other alert device. If you close your news reader/aggregator, you will not be advised of updates until the next time you open it.
  4. If after reading a summary you want to view the full text, simply link to the full text document found on the Web site.
  5. Unlike e-mail subscriptions, you are not required to provide personal information or an e-mail address to benefit from receiving news from the Prime Minister's site.

News

RSShttp://www.pm.gc.ca/eng/news.rss

Photos

RSShttp://www.pm.gc.ca/eng/media.rss

 

7. Social Networks

YouTube

Watch the Prime Minister's latest videos on YouTube and share them with your friends!

Flickr

View the Prime Minister's latest photo albums on flickr and share them with your friends!

Twitter

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