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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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Jun 16

O Canada! We Finally Have Our Microbeads Victory

WINDSOR – Reacting to the news of the federal government listing microbeads as a toxic substance under the Environmental Protection Act (EPA) was the next step in an outright ban. NDP M.P. Opposition Critic for the Great Lakes Brian Masse  (Windsor West) wished all Canadians a Happy Canada Day. Masse...
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Jun 16

MASSE CALLS ON GOVERNMENT TO ADDRESS CYBER SECURITY AND DIGITAL PRIVACY

OTTAWA – With Canadians and Canadian organizations increasingly falling victim to data breaches and cyber-crime Brian Masse M.P. is calling on the federal government to bring forward stronger regulations to protect Canadians’ digital privacy. Masse discussed his concerns: “I am very concerned that we are not doing enough in Canada...
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May 16

KOMAGATA MARU APOLOGY IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS

OTTAWA – Brian Masse MP Windsor West was pleased to be in the House of Commons chamber today to witness the formal apology in Parliament regarding the Komagata Maru. In 2007, Jack Layton was the first party leader to call for an official apology from the Government of Canada in...
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Apr 16

MASSE IN THE HOUSE: Questioning Minister of Transport on Motor Safety and Recalls

Hansard – April 21, 2016   Mr. Brian Masse (Windsor West, NDP): Mr. Speaker, after Volkswagen was caught illegally falsifying emission tests and lying about the performance of its vehicles, U.S. regulators, senators, and congress, wasted no time taking it to task. Reports today say the case in the U.S....
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Apr 16

MASSE IN THE HOUSE: TPP Bad for Industry and Jobs

Mr. Brian Masse (Windsor West, NDP): Mr. Speaker, Canadians are gathering outside today's trade committee meetings in Vancouver, calling for the government to reject the TPP and they are not alone. Industry leaders from manufacturing and high tech have warned that this deal would be bad for Canadian businesses; and...
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Apr 16

MASSE AND STAKEHOLDERS SET TO PUSH SAFE AND REGULATED SPORTS WAGERING ACT

MASSE AND STAKEHOLDERS SET TO PUSH SAFE AND REGULATED SPORTS WAGERING ACT   OTTAWA – Brian Masse M.P. (Windsor West) accompanied by representatives from the Chamber Community, Canadian Labour Congress and the Gaming Industry are ready to push The Safe and Regulated Sports Betting Act (Bill C-211) through the Legislative...
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Apr 16

MASSE IN THE HOUSE: Honouring Kevin Stubbington

Mr. Brian Masse (Windsor West, NDP): Mr. Speaker, I pay tribute today to Kevin Stubbington, a truly inspirational man from my community who recently passed away at the age of 64. Mr. Stubbington was instrumental in initiating the safety towards other players, STOP program, an awareness campaign highlighting the dangers...
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