CORNWALL — Local Member of Parliament Eric Duncan (Stormont-Dundas-South Glengarry) has announced the return of in-person service at his two satellite offices in Dundas County.
Starting today, Monday, June 28th, the satellite MP offices in North Dundas and South Dundas will resume regular operations.
The remote office in Winchester, at the North Dundas Township Office (636 St. Lawrence Street) will operate on Mondays from 8:30 a.m. until noon.
In Morrisburg, there will be a temporary office located at the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 48 (10 Legion St.) until such time as the South Dundas Municipal Centre (34 Ottawa Street) reopens to the public. The office in Morrisburg will operate on Mondays from 1:00 p.m. until 4 p.m.
“After a very challenging year, my team and I are delighted to resume face to face visits with residents at a location close to their home,” says Duncan. “We pride ourselves on offering great customer service, and the resumption of our two Dundas County satellite offices allows us to do that safely.”
For the time being, constituents are asked to call Duncan’s Cornwall office first at 1-888-805-2513 to make an appointment to visit one of our satellite offices in order to space traffic out and maintain current health and safety protocols. Many case files can still be addressed by phone, saving the need to visit in-person.
Common federal issues that are handled by Duncan’s constituency staff include passport applications, Canada Pension Plan (CPP), CRB/EI, Old Age Security (OAS) & Guaranteed Income Supplement (GIS), Canada Revenue Agency, Disability Tax Credit, immigration files, among others.
MP Duncan’s main constituency office in Cornwall has also reopened to walk-in traffic at 691 Brookdale Avenue. Constituents looking for service are asked to call before visiting in-person, as other easier service options may be available to them.