There are three levels of government in Canada: federal, provincial and municipal. Each level of government is responsible for different programs, services and laws. When you have a question or concern about a government matter, you should contact your appropriate local government representative.
The federal government is the Government of Canada. Your local representative of the federal government is called a Member of Parliament (MP). To find out who your local Member of Parliament is and how to contact them, click here.
The provincial government is the Government of Ontario. Your local representative of the provincial government is called a Member of Provincial Parliament (MPP). To find out who your local Member of Provincial Parliament is and how to contact them, click here.
The County of Simcoe is an upper-tier municipal government. To learn more about the municipal government in Simcoe County and to find out who your municipal representative is, visit the Simcoe County Governance section.