Canadian Region Commonwealth Parliamentary Association

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Canadian Region Commonwealth Parliamentary Association


Alberta

Office of the Clerk

Legislative Building

801 Legislature Annex

Edmonton, AB T5K 1E4

780 427-2478 (tel)

780 427-5688 (fax)

david.mcneil@assembly.ab.ca

British Columbia

Office of the Clerk

Parliament Buildings

Room 221

Victoria, BC V8V 1X4

250 387-3785 (tel)

250 387-0942 (fax)

ClerkHouse@leg.bc.ca

Federal Branch

Executive Secretary

131 Queen Street, 5th Floor

House of Commons

Ottawa, ON K1A 0A6

613 993-0330 (tel)

613 995-0212 (fax)

cpa@parl.gc.ca

Manitoba

Office of the Clerk

Legislative Building

Room 237

Winnipeg, MB R3C 0V8

204 945-3636 (tel)

204 948-2507 (fax)

patricia.chaychuk@leg.gov.mb.ca

New Brunswick

Office of the Clerk

Legislative Building

RO. Box 6000

Fredericton, NB E3B 5H1

506 453-2506 (tel)

506 453-7154 (fax)

don.forestell@gnb.ca

Newfoundland & Labrador

Office of the Clerk

Confederation Building

P.O. Box 8700

St John's, NL A1B 4J6

709 729-3405 (tel)

707 729-4820 (fax)

sbarnes@gov.nl.ca

Northwest Territories

Office of the Clerk

P.O. Box 1320

Yellowknife, NT XIA 2L9

867 669-2299 (tel)

867 873-0432 (fax)

tim_mercer@gov. …

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