Constituency Office


Monday - Friday

8:30 am - 1:00 pm and 2:00 pm - 4:30 pm

See bottom of page for address and map

NOTE: Effective May, 2013, Princess Street is closed directly in front of the LaSalle Mews due to construction, however Wellington Street and the parking lot off of Wellington Street behind the constituency office have remained open. Please be advised that this entrance to the building is not wheelchair acessible and has several stairs. Feel free to call the office at 613-542-3243 with any further questions.

Constituency offices are a relatively new phenomenon in Canadian history. The first two are credited to Ed Broadbent (1968), and Flora MacDonald (1973) right here in Kingston and the Islands. 

My dedicated office staff and I are here to help constituents have access to their federal government programs, services and representatives.

The following services and assistance are provided to constituents in the riding of Kingston and the Islands.



Congratulatory Messages for birthdays and anniversaries from me, the Prime Minister, the Governor General, and/or Her Majesty the Queen.

Submitting a Petition to the House of Commons my office can provice guidance in creating and submitting petitions.

Applying for Canadian Passports


The first stop for any citizen to obtain federal level programs and services is Service Canada. As of February 6, 2012, the local Service Canada office is at the Frontenac Mall, 1300 Bath Road in Kingston.

However, after contacting Service Canada, should you find yourself in need of assistance to further access federal programs, my office staff and I would be happy to help you.

The following are links to commonly accessed departments of Service Canada.


Employment Insurance

Canada Pension Plan

Canada Pension Disability

Old Age Security


Veterans Services


Working from the Kingston Constituency Office

Although most weekdays are spent in Ottawa, I am generally able to return to Kingston on Fridays to work from my consitituency office. Additionally, when the House of Commons is not sitting, I spend some weeks working in Kingston. During this time, I am able to attend to more immediate constituent needs. Here is a list of the types of I work I do from my constituency office on behalf of the people of Kingston and the Islands:


  • Meet with constituents, groups, and businesses
  • Attend functions in the community, such as ceremonies, announcements, parades, and dinners so that I can keep in touch with community members and their needs and concerns
  • Write letters and emails to constituents as well as return phone calls
  • Interview with local media and organizations about current federal issues
  • Hold community wide meetings, townhalls, and/or roundtables
  • Visit local businesses and organizations to assess their federal needs and concerns
  • Meet with representatives of other levels of government to help make all government services run smoothly


My staff and I hope that you will feel very welcome to visit the office. Moreover, you may note that we often have community artwork on display. We are proud to feature these artists' work and thank the artists for their contribution.



Monday - Friday

8:30 am - 1:00 pm and 2:00 pm - 4:30 pm


La Salle Mews, 14-303 Bagot Street

Kingston, Ontario

K7K 5W7




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