Bryan May
Bryan May
Member of Parliament for Cambridge
Social Media Policy

Social Media Terms of Use

Office of MP Bryan May


Please note, we do not reply to direct social media inquiries due to privacy and security concerns, as well as the sensitive and personal nature of many of the requests that our office receives, all inquiries must be sent to our office email, via telephone, fax, regular mail, or in person. We cannot guarantee the security of personal information sent over social media. 

Accounts are typically not monitored 24/7.

You can reach us at:

[email protected]



Our Pillars

  1. Protect Information
  2. Be Transparent and Disclose
  3. Follow the Law 
  4. Be Responsible
  5. Be Nice, Have Fun, and Connect
  6. Responsible Social Media Account Ownership

Please, do not send any personal information, including your SIN, personal details, or file numbers you may have from federal government departments (e.g. CRA or Immigration), through social media. 


Appropriate Use

We will likely hide, delete, or remove posts that violate any of these rules and we may notify the social media service providers  of your violation.

As many school aged children often visit these pages and have access to them, as part of their schoolwork and may be looking into details about political figures, we do not tolerate any swearing, cursing, etc. and ask that anything posted be appropriate to be seen by young audiences. We may moderate posts at any time. 

Stay on topic. We encourage focused, thoughtful comments and discussion which respond or relate to a particular topic, new initiative or upcoming event. Comments which are not related to our content or attempt to derail the conversation may be removed. Do not hijack a conversation or post and try to make it about another unrelated topic. 

Be respectful. If you choose to post content, please keep in mind that you must not:

  1. mislead us or anyone else as to your identity or the origin of the posted content, or falsely claim to represent a person, organization or entity
  2. post or transmit any message, content, or link to content that:    
    1. is in violation of any law, rule or regulation or promotes illegal activity or conduct is abusive, hateful, homophobic, discriminatory, malicious, aggressive, threatening, violent, sexist, harassing, inflammatory, indecent, tortious, defamatory, knowingly false, misleading, deceptive, misinformation, vulgar, obscene, offensive, scandalous, sexually explicit, profane;
    2. incites hatred, racism, bigotry, discrimination or physical harm of any kind is unsolicited or unauthorized, such as unsolicited or unauthorized advertising, promotional material, junk mail, spam, chain letter, pyramid scheme, or any other form of solicitation (commercial or otherwise);
    3. is in breach of any confidence;
    4. includes personal data or information about others; or
    5. is incoherent or cannot be understood in either english or french.

If you choose to communicate with the public on our pages, please note that we don’t have any control over the social media channel and therefore we have no responsibility or liability for the manner in which those public organizations and individuals collect, use, disclose, secure or otherwise treat your personal information. Please be careful.

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