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May 17

MASSE: CANADA’S GREAT LAKES POLICY DAMAGING CANADA/US RELATIONS

" The Government should scrap this risky proposal and re-start the process to consider options that do not put the most important supply of fresh water in the world in harm’s way.”
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Mar 17

MASSE DEMANDS TRANSPORT MINISTER ACT IMMEDIATELY TO ADDRESS ENVIRONMENTAL AND SAFETY CONCERN AT STERLING FUELS

Here's a copy of the text of a letter I sent to Minister Garneau Calling for Immediate Action to Address Evnironmental and Safety Concerns at Sterling Fuels:
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Feb 17

WINDSOR ESSEX MPs CALL FOR TAX DEADLINE EXTENSION, WARN OF MASS PHOENIX T4 ISSUES

WINDSOR – Due to the ongoing Phoenix pay system fiasco, local New Democrat MPs are calling on the Liberal government to extend the 2016 CRA tax filing deadline to avoid further headaches and delays.
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Feb 17

MASSE TO TRUDEAU: “SOME COMMUNICATION WOULD BE HELPFUL”

WINDSOR - Brian Masse M.P. (Windsor West) has written the Prime Minister to clarify the full scope of the recent Executive Order limiting travel into the United States from President Trump. In the letter Masse continues to work to impress upon the Trudeau Government the massive impacts of Donald Trump’s Executive Order restricting travel into the United States. Unfortunately, the Trudeau Government seems unable to grasp the full scope of the impacts felt in Canada.
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Feb 17

MASSE CALLS ON GOVERNMENT TO CLARIFY CROSS BORDER ACCESS TO MEDICAL CARE

Yesterday during question period Brian Masse M.P. (Windsor West) asked the government if it had secured on-going access to US urgent care medical services for residents in border communities. Several border communities have shared medical services. In the Windsor-Essex region this system is most typically accessed in urgent care situations with patients in ambulatory care.
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Jan 17

Brian Masse M.P. Statement on the Inauguration of President Trump

Today was the official swearing in ceremony for President Trump. Canada and the United States’ common interests are defined by issues such as the economy including auto, our shared border infrastructure and the administrative capacity to support a robust trade relationship, as well as environmental stewardship. Our collective and cooperative vigilance to improve the quality of life for all of our citizens will be the measurement of our success.
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Jan 17

Brian Masse Statement on NEW Bridge Company Lawsuit

See You In Court

On the heels of losing one lawsuit against the City of Windsor, the Ambassador Bridge ushers in the New Year by filing suit against the State of Michigan Brian Masse M.P. (Windsor West) issues the following statement:
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Dec 16

AUDITOR GENERAL REPORT EXPOSES BILLION DOLLAR TRANSPARENCY PROBLEM: MASSE

Canada’s Auditor General finds little evidence of border improvements despite massive allocations and spending. December 1st, 2016 - 4:11pm   OTTAWA – The NDP’s Federal Caucus Critic for Canada-US relations Brian Masse MP (Windsor West) is demanding greater accountability and transparency from the government as it continues to allocate funds...
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Mar 16

MASSE WRITES MINISTER BAINS ON PROPOSED REXALL HEALTH ACQUISITION

March 2, 2016
Honourable Navdeep Bains
Minister of Innovation, Science, and Economic Development
House of Commons
Ottawa, ON K1A 0A6
Dear Minister Bains,
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Jan 16

LOCAL NEW DEMOCRATS TO READY TO PUSH LOCAL AGENDA AND HOLD GOVERNMENT TO ACCOUNT

Emerging from a 2 day Caucus retreat local NDP MPs Brian Masse (Windsor West), Tracey Ramsey (Essex) and Cheryl Hardcastle (Windsor Tecumseh) are ready to push the Windsor-Essex regional agenda and hold the Trudeau government to account.
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