Contact Your MLA or MP

Writing a letter is a good way to present your views to politicians. 

  • Who is affected by pay inequity? If you are personally affected, say so. Explain how other individuals you have spoken with feel the same way too. If it does not personally affect you, you can still express your concern for the people who are experiencing this problem.
  • Explain your main arguments by having a paragraph for each main idea.
  • Ask your MLA or MP what their views are regarding the legislation of pay equity in public and private sectors.
  • Let the politician know that you are confident your concerns will be given serious consideration and ask for reply as soon as possible.


  • Be direct and explain your position clearly at the beginning of your letter.
  • Try to make this person your ally and not your enemy.
  • Use a polite and courteous style.
  • State your concerns in a clear, precise and firm manner.
The proper way to address Cabinet Ministers and Members of the Legislative Assembly is as follows:
  • “The Honourable (their full name)”, in the case of Ministers, and
  • “Mr./Ms. (their family name)”, in the case of MLAs.
Contact information for MLAs can be found on the government of New Brunswick’s website at:

If you can’t find your MLA’s local constituency address, you can address your letter as follows:
For the Premier of New Brunswick:
The Honourable Brian Gallant
Premier of the Province of New Brunswic
P.O. Box 6000
Fredericton, New Brunswick 
E3B 5H1
For Ministers:
The Honourable (their full name)
Minister of (name of Department(s)/agency or service)
P.O. Box 6000
Fredericton, New Brunswick 
E3B 5H1
For other MLAs:
Ms./Mr. (their full name)
Member of the Legislative Assembly
P.O. Box 6000
Fredericton, New Brunswick 
E3B 5H1


To find out what your provincial riding is, click here.
To find out what your federal riding is, click here.



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