Bruce Hyer - Your Member of Parliament

Bruce Hyer was elected Member of Parliament for Thunder Bay Superior North in October of 2008, becoming the first New Democrat MP to represent the riding since Ernie Epp was elected in 1984. He serves as the Small Business and Tourism Critic, and is the Deputy Environment Critic within the NDP Caucus.

Before his election as Member of Parliament, Bruce was a small businessman in the Thunder Bay area, operating an ecotourist company with offices in Thunder Bay and Armstrong. The former bush pilot was an adjudicator and also head of the North of Superior Tourism Board for many years before stepping down to run for office. He received a Master of Science degree in Forestry from Lakehead University in 1997.

In early 2009 Hyer tabled the Climate Change Accountability Act (Bill C-311) as his first private member's bill in the House of Commons, putting the NDP at the forefront of the environmental debate in Canada. Other legislation Hyer has introduced includes the Made in Canada Act, which requires a majority of products purchased with federal contracts and transfers be made in Canada, and the Northwest Ontario Passenger Rail Motion, which mandates the return of Via Rail service to the North shore of Lake Superior and to Thunder Bay.

You can contact Bruce at his website or by mail (no stamp required) or drop in Monday Friday 9am-5pm at your constituency office:

Bruce Hyer, MP
Thunder Bay Superior North
69 North Court
Thunder Bay, Ontario
K1A 0A6
Tel. 807-345-4305
Fax. 807-345-4752

You may also choose to write (no stamp required) or visit Bruce at his Parliament Hill office. If you are ever in Ottawa, there is an open invitation to visit the Parliamentary office at 319 West Block. You may even arrange free passes to watch Question Period. Call his office:

Bruce Hyer, MP
Thunder Bay Superior North
House of Commons
Ottawa, Ontario
K1A 0A6
Tel. 613-996-4792
Fax. 613-996-9785

If you would prefer to email Bruce, you can write to: bruce-at-brucehyer.ca





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