Prime Minister Justin Trudeau just sent you a postcard and now you can send him a piece of your mind.
The debt is soaring, the carbon tax keeps increasing and the governor general still gets a $200,000 expense account even after leaving office.
But the government wants you to know it cares so it spent millions to send blank postcards to Canadians from sea to sea, with the postage paid.
You can put those postcards to good use. Thousands of Canadian Taxpayers Federation supporters like you are sending these postcards to the prime minister’s constituency office.
This is a chance for you to tell the prime minister what he should be working on. Here is his office address:
Prime minister Justin Trudeau
220-1100 Crémazie East
Montréal, QC, H2P 2X2
Here are a few key taxpayer issues for inspiration:
The choice is yours.
- Canadians can’t afford ever increasing carbon taxes
- Canada’s trillion-dollar debt is mortgaging our children’s futures
- It’s time to cut off the $200,000 expense account for former governors general
Trudeau needs to hear from Canadians from across the country, not just his advisors in the Ottawa bubble. By sending him this card, you’ll make sure your voice gets heard.
Thank you for all you do. It truly makes a difference.
- Renaud, Aaron, Shannon and the entire CTF team.
PS: The Canadian Taxpayers Federation has never taken a dime in government subsidies, nor will it ever ask for one. We rely exclusively on voluntary donations from people like you so we can keep a watchful eye on all the waste happening in governments across the country. Please consider chipping in: https://www.taxpayer.com/donate
PPS: If you want to be even more efficient with taxpayers’ money, send the prime minister an email with a picture of your postcard instead of dropping it in the mail. Here’s his email address: firstname.lastname@example.org