About Brian Masse
As Windsor West’s seven-term MP—re-elected once again in 2019—Brian Masse has worked tirelessly to represent this community in Ottawa.
Over the years, Brian has managed key critic assignments that reflect his expertise and our city’s pivotal role in Canada’s economy. That included serving as critic for Small Business, for Tourism, for the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario, and for the Great Lakes and the Canada–US Border. He has also served 16 years as vice-chair of the Canada–US Inter-Parliamentary Group, co-chaired the All-Party Border Caucus, and chaired the NDP Auto Caucus.
Brian has been a strong voice for the priorities of Windsor West. He has helped lead the fight for a new international border crossing and route in the Windsor–Detroit region—vital for the next generation of good jobs in our region. He has worked hard to build public support and investment for our auto sector. His private member’s bill on “right to repair” resulted in an agreement that protects the automotive aftermarket’s rights to access technology and equipment while strengthening consumer choice. Masse had plastic microbeads banned from cosmetics leading to cleaner water and protecting our personal health. He continues to fight to save Ojibway Shores, for digital rights for all Canadians, to get single-wager sports betting that will stop the funding of organized crime and for community benefits at the international border crossings bringing public funds back to our community for long-term betterment.