Host a kitchen-table meeting

Would you like to have your MP over to chat about politics, share your ideas for the riding and discuss your concerns? Well, now you can!

What is a kitchen-table meeting?

A kitchen-table meeting is a meeting hosted by a volunteer, who invites a group of 5 to 15 people to their home. Friends, neighbours, co-workers—everyone is welcome to talk about Marjolaine’s work as an MP, about your own specific interests, and to discuss new ideas for the riding.

Along with Marjolaine and a member of her team, the host leads a group discussion, giving everyone a chance to express their views. The meeting takes place in a friendly, relaxed environment, along with a few tasty snacks!


The goal of a kitchen-table meeting is to connect with people interested in working on building a more just society. Listening to what you have to say helps Marjolaine better represent you in Ottawa.

Politics is not something  that happens all alone in an office or with a small elite group. Politics for Marjolaine means doing things differently, it involves listening, being open-minded, reaching out and meeting people to hear what they have to say. It also means working together to build a fairer, greener society and to develop an economy that works for people, not the other way around. Hosting a kitchen-table meeting helps build a movement that belongs to everyone, not just politicians or those at the top.

How do I start?

Organizing a kitchen-table meeting is very easy. Write to us and a member of our team will contact you shortly to schedule a date and assist you along every step of the way.

Contact Marjolaine and our team by filling out the following:

Thank you for showing your interest in hosting a kitchen-table meeting. A member of our team will contact you shortly to schedule a date and assist you every step of the way.