This website is to serve the constituents in the riding of Carleton.

If you are a constituent and have a question about federal programs and services, please email or phone 613-692-3331.

About Pierre

Pierre Poilievre is a life-long conservative, champion of a free market, and fighter for people taking ownership of and responsibility for their own futures.

Pierre has been elected to seven terms by the people of Carleton, and is proud to serve as their Member of Parliament. In government, Pierre served as a trusted senior minister in Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s cabinet.

Pierre became Leader of His Majesty’s Official Opposition in September 2022, and is running to be the Prime Minister of Canada. He believes in a country where the state is servant, not master. Where smaller government makes room for bigger citizens. Where people have the freedom to build a business without red tape and heavy tax.

To make room for personal freedom and responsibility, he believes in limiting government. He has been one of the loudest voices in the past several years fighting out-of-control deficit spending and tax increases, as Liberal addiction to debt became a crisis.

Pierre was one of the first voices to predict the inflation crisis that this country faces, pointing out that the sharp increases represent an “inflation tax”, a sneaky way for governments to raise money by raising prices for the people. Today, more than half of families in Canada say they struggle just to feed themselves.

He also was one of the first voices to speak up against unscientific mandates and unacceptable limits on the freedoms of Canadians during the COVID-19 pandemic. Pierre believes that freedom is critical for this country and has pressed the government to commit to ending its politicized and divisive response.

Pierre lives in Ottawa with his wife Anaida and their children Valentina and Cruz. He grew up in Calgary and graduated from the University of Calgary with a degree in International Relations.

If you do not reside in the constituency of Carleton, our office cannot intervene directly on your behalf, but we encourage you to contact your MP’s Case Manager through your local Riding office, whose job it is to help constituents with federal government programs and services.

If you do not know who that is, please go to and enter your postal code in the search box. Click on the name of the MP that is displayed, then on the CONTACT tab, and you will then see the office’s contact information.

Constituency Office

The Constituency Office is open. Please call or email the office to book an appointment.

  1. 1139 Mill Street
  2. PO Box 479
  3. Manotick, Ontario K4M 1A5
  4. Telephone: (613) 692-3331
  5. Email:
  6. Fax: (613) 692-3303

Parliament Hill Office

You can mail this address for free, no postage required.

  1. Hon. Pierre Poilievre, P.C., M.P.
  2. House of Commons
  3. Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0A6
  4. Telephone: (613) 992-2772
  5. Email:
  6. Fax: (613) 992-1209

Constituency Help Forms

Pierre can do case work for local residence of Carleton only. If you do not reside in Carleton, your own MP can be found by visiting

  • CPP Authorization Form

  • CRA Authorization Form

  • CRA Change of Address Form

  • EI Authorization Form

  • Immigration Inquiry Form

  • Pay Centre (Phoenix) Case Authorization Form

    Download Public Services and Procurement Canada Authorization Form
  • OAS Authorization

  • Consent for Veterans Affairs Canada to Disclose Personal Information to Third Parties



By request, MP Pierre Poilievre will send congratulatory certificates to Canadians celebrating significant milestones. To ensure on-time delivery, we ask that you submit your request at least five weeks before the event date.

If you would like to obtain congratulatory greetings from the PM, GG and the King, please e-mail

  • Congratulatory Birthday Certificate

    Request Age 65 and older
  • Congratulatory Anniversary Certificate

    Request 25 years and up
  • Congratulatory Special Occasion Certificate

    Request For new business openings, significant community milestones, or graduating students, etc.