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Contact the Prime Minister

The Prime Minister greatly values your thoughts, suggestions, ideas and feedback.

 

Request Greetings

Upon request, the Prime Minister sends congratulatory certificates to Canadians celebrating milestone birthdays, wedding anniversaries, and anniversaries of life together.

 

Media relations inquiries

Journalists may contact our media relations team at the coordinates below. To facilitate a prompt response, we recommend that you send an e-mail request that includes the following information:

  • The subject of your enquiry and any specific questions for the Office of the Prime Minister;
  • The name of the media outlet for which you are writing (or the intended outlet of publication, if you are a freelance journalist); and
  • Your deadline or the date and time of publication or broadcast.

Send your questions or feedback to Office of the Prime Minister or the Privy Council Office:

Office of the Prime Minister of Canada 
Media@pmo-cpm.gc.ca 
613-957-5555

Media Relations 
Privy Council Office 
613-957-5420 
mediacentre@pco-bcp.gc.ca

 

RSS Feed

The Prime Minister's Web site offers RSS news feeds. Rich Site Summary (RSS) is an XML-based format for content distribution in real time. Each news item includes the headline or title, a summary of the news article and a link to the full text document found on the site.

Instructions on adding a news feed to your News Reader or aggregator:

  1. Simply click on any category above and copy the URL that appears in the dialog box.
  2. Launch your news aggregator or news reader application and paste the news feed URL into an "add new feed" window.
  3. When news items are published by the Prime Minister's Office, your news reader/aggregator will let you know through a small pop-up window or other alert device. If you close your news reader/aggregator, you will not be advised of updates until the next time you open it.
  4. If after reading a summary you want to view the full text, simply link to the full text document found on the Web site.
  5. Unlike e-mail subscriptions, you are not required to provide personal information or an e-mail address to benefit from receiving news from the Prime Minister's site.