Dear Prime Minister: No Gun Ban


No Gun — Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will decide in mid-August whether to ban handguns across Canada, the Globe and Mail reported last week.

Here’s what you need to contact the PM right now to help him decide.

You can send an e-mail, write a letter, make phone calls, or all three.

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Who to Contact


What to Write

Subject: No Gun Ban

Dear Prime Minister:

I’m writing to express my opposition to any firearm ban.

Yours sincerely,

Full Name
City, Province
Postal Code

  • You can write as little or as much as you like about how bans would affect you, and why you oppose them. A couple paragraphs is usually enough.
  • Français: Je vous écris pour exprimer mon opposition à toute interdiction d’arme à feu.


  • What to Say
    • “Hi. This is _____ _____ from [City, Province, Postal Code]. I’m calling to express my opposition to any firearm ban. Thank you.”
    • That’s it. Don’t explain, don’t justify, don’t argue.
  • If they ask you to elaborate, you can say: “Thank you for asking, but that’s all I have to say for now.” You can say as much as you want.
  • If you get voicemail, leave a message as per the script.

Canada Post

    • No stamp required
    • Address

Right Honourable Justin Trudeau
House of Commons
Ottawa, Ontario
K1A 0A6

  • Send copies to: Ralph Goodale, Bill Blair, Pierre Paul-Hus (so he can keep count)

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