"We think he is ignoring the concerns of seniors and young people, so we decided to have a tea party at his office to create an opportunity to let him know," said
"Cuts to public services and public sector jobs will have a huge impact on young people looking for work and seniors who rely on much needed services that have a direct effect on their quality of life," said John.
Attendees will leave thank you cards, where they will write their concerns.
Photos and video will be available on CNW after the event.
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