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Voice Your Opinion!
 

The Members of the National Assembly (MNAs) encourage you to take part in their reflection on the issues before them. You may also express your views on other topics of concern to you. Read on to find out how you can voice your opinion or take part in Assembly proceedings.

Citizen Round Table
We want to hear you!

The Citizen Round Table is a consultation on how to facilitate the participation of Québec citizens in parliamentary work and activities.

Taking Part in a Public Consultation

A parliamentary committee may hold a consultation on a matter of public interest, in which case it seeks input from the public and organizations. You can file a brief with the committee or ask to be heard during its proceedings.

More on how to take part in a public consultation.

Commenting on a Subject under Study

You can voice your opinion on a parliamentary committee mandate, a bill or a draft bill or during a public consultation. We invite you to comment on subjects currently under study and to let the MNAs know what you think!

More on how to submit a comment.

Starting, Signing or Viewing a Petition

Are you looking to raise awareness of an issue or topic among parliamentarians? You can submit a petition to the National Assembly through an MNA.

More on how to start, sign or view a petition.

Introducing a Private Bill

The purpose of a private bill is to obtain exclusive or special rights or privileges for an individual or a legal person. Anyone can request the passage of a private bill.

More on how to introduce a private bill.

 

Contact your MNA

Express your opinion and let them know about the issues that matter to you.

Find your MNA’s contact information.

Following Parliamentary Proceedings

To find out what issues are currently under examination, follow House and committee proceedings live through the Audio and Video section of this website or subscribe to the Assembly news service (page in French).