The elected people of the government (sometimes called politicians) form the political element of the government and work in the Parliament Buildings. These elected representatives of the people meet, hold debates on policy, prioritize and decide on budgetary issues, and make laws.
The elected representatives of the Government of Canada meet in the House of Parliament in Ottawa, Ontario.
In British Columbia, this organization is called the Legislative Assembly of BC. You can learn more about the operations and business of the legislature by visiting their website at www.leg.bc.ca . The elected representatives are called Members of the Legislative Assembly or MLAs for short. To learn more, check out Discover Your Legislature.