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write to politicians

If you would like to go the extra mile to see a change in Canada's child-support guidelines, then write a letter to your provincially or territorially elected representative and your federally elected representative, to the Prime Minister, to the Attorney General of Canada, and to the Premier and the Attorney General of your province or territory. Links to the official sites of the House of Commons and of all the legislative assemblies are produced here. A draft letter is also included. Feel free to edit it to your particular situation. Make sure that you have the correct names of the Premier and Attorney General of your province or territory.