Member of Parliament
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Member of Parliament
Member of Parliament is a person from Canada chosen or elected to pass the laws that shape the lives of Canadians. Canadian Parliament includes the [[Senate and the House of Commons. The Senate is the group of people who are not elected, but are chosen by the prime minister. The House of Commons is the group of people who have been elected by Canadians. They are called Members of Parliament. There are 301 Members of Parliament.
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