Public Participation in Provincial Parliament
The public is encouraged to participate in the proceedings of the Provincial Parliament.
You can participate by:
WHAT IS BEING DISCUSSED IN PARLIAMENT
You can find out what issues are on the parliamentary or committee agendas by viewing the Parliamentary Diary and Papers of the House. Public hearings are also advertised in the Parliamentary Diary and in the local press.
If you want to observe proceedings, you can visit Parliament. The times and venues of plenary sittings, committee meetings and public hearings are indicated in the Parliamentary Diary. Parliament also offers short tours of the building.
MAKING A SUBMISSION
You can make written submissions to Parliament on any matter for which submissions have been invited. The submissions are referred to the relevant committee, which decides whether oral evidence should be heard.
A submission can be:
Visit the Provincial Parliament website for details on making submissions
You can also hand a written request or complaint to Parliament in the form of a petition. The petition can be signed by a single person or by a large group of people.
You can submit petitions online.
For more information, you can also contact the Provincial Parliament Staff:
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- Parliamentary Diary (Public Information)