Contact Rural MPs About Bill C-71

Rural MPs are "very nervous" C-71 will cost them votes

They should be nervous. The government has ignored the warning of Wayne Easter, former Liberal Minister Solicitor General, about harassing rural Canadians.

“We haven't learned as the Liberal party, if you're going to form, if you're going to develop policy if you're going to implement policy, you have to form government. And we need rural Canada in our camp. And I can tell you gun control cost us in rural Canada at least 60 seats.”

Liberal Rural Caucus

Please write to every member of the Liberal Rural Caucus and express your displeasure over Bill C-71. Do so politely, but let them know Bill C-71 is the reason you will be working with other activists in your riding to ensure Liberal MPs are not re-elected. 

Marc Serré, Chair

House of Commons 

Ottawa, ON K1A 0A6 

Telephone: 613-995-9107 

Fax: 613-995-9109

Email: Marc.Serre@parl.gc.ca


2945 Highway 69 North (Main Office) 

Suite 203 

Val Caron, ON P3N 1N3 

Telephone: 705-897-2222 

Fax: 705-897-2223

Bernadette Jordan - Vice-Chair

House of Commons 

Ottawa, ON  K1A 0A6 

Telephone: 613-996-0877 

Fax: 613-996-0878

Email: Bernadette.Jordan@parl.gc.ca


Constituency Office

129 Aberdeen Road (Main Office) 

Suite 106 

Bridgewater, NS  B4V 2S7 

Telephone: 902-527-5655 

Fax: 902-527-5656

Richard Hébert - Vice-Chair

House of Commons 

Ottawa, ON  K1A 0A6 

Telephone: 613-996-6236 

Fax: 613-996-6252

Email: Richard.Hebert@parl.gc.ca


Constituency Office

197 St-Michel Blvd (Main Office) 

Dolbeau-Mistassini, QC G8L 6A4 

Telephone: 418-276-6066 

Fax: 418-276-2667

MPs who won by 5% or less in 2015

These Members of Parliament are the most uncomfortable with the government's legislation targeting law-abiding gun owners instead of violent criminal gangs and drug dealers.


Make sure they know where you stand on this issue.

Liberal 5% Ridings

Aurora-Oak Ridges-Richmond Hill, ON, MP Leona Alleslev (2.1)

Burlington, ON, MP Karina Gould (3.5)

Calgary Centre, AB, MP Kent Hehr (1.2)

Cambridge, ON, MP Bryan May (4.5) 

Coquitlam-Port Coquitlam, BC, MP Ron McKinnon (3.3)

Davenport, ON MP Julie Dzerowicz (2.9)

Edmonton Centre, AB, MP Randy Boissonnault (2.2)

Edmonton Mill Woods, AB, MP Amarjeet Sohi (0.2)

Fundy Royal, N.B., MP Alaina Lockhart (3.8%) 

Hastings-Lennonx and Addington, ON, MP Mike Bossio (0.5)

Kenora, ON, MP Bob Nault (1.6)

Kildonan-St. Paul, MB, MP MaryAnn Mihychuk (2.8) 

King-Vaughan, ON, MP Deborah Schulte (3.2) 

Laurentides-Labelle, QC, MP David Graham (2.4) 

Mission –Matsqui-Fraser Canyon, BC, MP Jati Sidhu (2.3)

Montarville, QC, MP Michel Picard (4.1) 

Newmarket-Aurora, ON, MP Kyle Peterson (2.6)

Niagara Centre, ON, MP Vance Badawey (4.2)

Nickel Belt, ON, MP Marc Serré (5.0)

Northumberland-Peterborough South, ON, MP Kim Rudd (3.0)

Oakville North-Burlington, ON, MP Pam Damoff (3.4)

Ottawa Centre, ON, MP Catherine McKenna (4.1)

Parkdale-High Park, ON, MP Arif Virani (1.8) 

Pitt Meadows-Maple Ridge, BC, MP Dan Ruimy (2.5)

Québec, QC, MP Jean-Yves Duclos (1.9)

Richmond Hill, ON, MP Majid Jowhari (3.6)

Rivière-des-Mille-Îles, QC, MP Linda Lapointe (2.9) 

Saint-Jean, QC, MP Jean Rioux (4.1) 

St. John’s East, N.L., MP Nick Whalen (1.4%)

Toronto-Danforth, ON, MP Julie Dabrusin (2.2)

Vaughan-Woodbridge, ON, MP Francesco Sorbara (4.9)

Whitby, ON, MP Celina Caesar-Chavannes (2.9)

York Centre, ON, MP Michael Levitt (2.9) 

NDP MPs who won by 5% or less in 2015

These Members of Parliament are also uncomfortable with the government's legislation targeting law-abiding gun owners instead of violent criminal gangs and drug dealers.


Make sure they know where you stand on this issue. 

  

Abitibi-Baie-James-Nunavik-Eeyou, QC, Romeo Saganash (4.9%)

Beloeil-Chambly, QC, Matthew Dubé (1.7%) 

Burnaby South, BC, Kennedy Stewart (1.2) 

Churchill-Keewatinook Aski, MB, Niki Ashton (3.0)

Desenthé-Missinippi-Churchill River, SK, Georgina Jolibois (0.3)

Drummond, QC, Francois Choquette (3.9%) 

Elmwood-Transcona, MB, Daniel Blaikie (0.1)

Hamilton Mountain, ON, Scott Duvall (2.4) 

Hochelaga, QC, Marjolaine Boutin-Sweet (1.0%)

Jonquière, QC, Karine Trudel (0.7%) 

Kootenay-Columbia, BC, Wayne Stetski (0.4) 

Longueuil-Saint-Hubert, QC, Pierre Nantel (1.2) 

Regina-Lewvan, SK, Erin Weir (0.3) 

Saint-Hyacinthe-Bagot, QC, Brigitte Sansoucy (1.1)

Salaberry-Suroit, QC, Anne Quach (1.3)

Trois-Rivières, QC, Robert Aubin (1.6) 

Bloc Québécois 5% Ridings

La Pointe-de-l’Île, QC,  MP Mario Beaulieu (5.0%)

Mirabel, QC,  MP Simon Marcil (1.4)

Pierre-Boucher-Les Patriotes-Vercheres, QC,  MP Xavier Barsalou-Duval (0.4)

Riviere-du-Nord, QC,  MP Rhéal Fortin (1.9) 

Terrebonne, QC,  MP Michel Boudrias (5.0)

Conservative 5% Ridings

Barrie-Springwater-Oro-Medonte, ON Alex Nuttall (0.2) 

Calgary Confederation, AB Len Webber (2.4) 

Carleton, ON Pierre Poilievre (3.1)

Central Okanagan-Similkameen-Nicola, BC Dan Albas (2.4) 

Chatham-Kent-Leamington, ON Dave Van Kesteren (4.5) 

Kamloops-Thompson-Cariboo, BC Cathy McLeod (4.5) 

Kitchener-Conestoga, ON Harold Albrecht (0.5)

Flamborough-Glanbrook, ON David Sweet (4.3) 

Milton, ON Lisa Raitt (4.9) 

Montmagny-L’Islet-Kamouraska-Riviere-du-Loup, QC, Bernard Généreux (0.6) 

Parry Sound-Muskoka, ON Tony Clement (4.4) 

Richmond Centre, BC Alice Wong (2.8) 

Simcoe North, ON Bruce Stanton (3.7)