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Government LiaisonIf you require assistance dealing with any Federal Government department, agency or crown corporation, or require information about any Federal Government programs and services, please contact the constituency office at 403-320-0070 or email Jim.
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Request Certificates of AchievementIf you would like certificates of achievement from Jim Hillyer MP for your organization's members and volunteers, please contact the constituency office at 403-320-0070 or fill out our online form.
Other ServicesIf you require something that isn't listed here, please call 403-320-0070 or email us for further assistance.
Government of Canada News
'Go Global' Reaches 500-Participants Milestone with Export Workshop in Edmonton
The Honourable Ed Fast, Minister of International Trade, hosted an export workshop designed to provide small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) with the tools and practical information they need to take advantage of international business opportunities to export. Today's workshop in Edmonton, Alberta, was attended by more than 75 participants.
Passenger Protect Program
Launched in 2007, the Passenger Protect Program (PPP) is an air passenger security program. The PPP works with air carriers to screen commercial passenger flights to, from and within Canada, and uses measures to mitigate the threat in a proportionate manner if a listed individual attempts to board an aircraft.
Criminalizing the Advocacy or Promotion of Terrorism Offences in General
Under the current criminal law, it is a crime to counsel or actively encourage others to commit a specific terrorism offence. However, the current law would not necessarily apply to someone who instructs others to "carry out attacks on Canada" because no specific terrorism offence is singled out.