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2018-03-26 14:09 House intervention / intervention en chambre

Householders, Statements by Members,

Déclarations de députés, Envois collectifs,

Mr. Speaker, I am very proud to announce that the most recent edition of my newsletter was sent to over 69,000 households in Laurentides—Labelle last week. When the House announced that we would soon be able to have our householders printed in colour, I immediately signed up for the pilot project. The newsletter is a way to initiate conversations with constituents, acknowledge the contributions of those who make a difference in the riding, and build a better partnership between my region and the federal government.

I humbly acknowledge the work of my team and the Hill's Printing and Mailing Services. I would particularly like to recognize Samuel St-Amand, Kim Lanctot, and Sara Drouin. Thanks to them, my riding is once again leading the way. The people of Laurentides—Labelle are the first in Canada to receive an improved householder printed in colour. I have already received very positive feedback about this.

Monsieur le Président, c'est avec beaucoup de fierté que je souligne l'envoi de la plus récente édition de mon infolettre, la semaine dernière à plus de 69 000 foyers des Laurentides—Labelle. Lorsque la Chambre a annoncé que les envois collectifs seraient bientôt disponibles dans de nouveaux formats en couleur, j'ai immédiatement embarqué dans le projet pilote. L'infolettre est avant tout un moyen d'engager la conversation avec les citoyens, de souligner l'implication de nombreux concitoyens qui font la différence et de construire un meilleur partenariat entre ma région et le fédéral.

Je salue humblement le travail de mon équipe ainsi que des Services d’impression et d’expédition de la Colline et surtout le travail de Samuel St-Amand, Kim Lanctot et Sara Drouin. Grâce à eux, ma circonscription est, une fois de plus, un précurseur au pays. Les citoyens de Laurentides—Labelle sont les premiers au Canada à bénéficier d'un envoi collectif amélioré et en couleur. Les échos sont déjà très positifs.

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Posted at 15:26 on March 26, 2018

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