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According to the Office of the Prime Minister: The Prime Minister greatly values the thoughts and suggestions of Canadians. Canadians may submit a letter or query online, send email, send a letter via post, fax or call the Office of the Prime Minister.
Office of the Prime Minister
80 Wellington Street
Ottawa, ON K1A 0A2
Request for Birthday or Anniversary Greetings
A Canadian may make a request online for a birthday, wedding anniversary or union greeting from the prime minister, also this can be done via post or fax.
The prime minister sends congratulatory certificates to Canadians celebrating significant birthdays, such as 65th birthdays and up, at 5-year intervals, as well as 100th birthdays and up. The Prime Minister sends congratulatory certificates to Canadians celebrating significant wedding anniversaries or anniversary of life together unions for 25th anniversaries and up, at 5-year intervals.
Gifts for the Prime Minister and Family
Many Canadians choose to offer gifts to the prime minister and family. The Office of the Prime Minister considers these as "kind and generous gestures." Security regulations and the Federal Accountability Act passed in 2006 prevent and preclude the prime minister and family from accepting many gifts. All monetary gifts and gift certificates will be returned to the sender. Some items, such as perishable goods, cannot be accepted for security reasons.