P.E.I. MP Sean Casey says his constituency office receives between 10 and 40 passport applications per week.
Liberal MP Sean Casey says there ought to be a Passport Canada office in P.E.I. to better serve his constituents. The Hill Times file photo
Liberal MP Sean Casey says he is frustrated that there is no passport office in his riding—much less his province. His constituency office has become a “de facto passport office,” he told The Hill Times.
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