Masse Calls on Federal Government to Pay for Cities Blockade Border Costs and Create Safe Border Task Force

The Speaker: The honourable member for Windsor West. Brian Masse (NDP): Unlawful blockades across the country at borders including Windsor and Coutts have shown that the liberals have not done the proper work necessary to ensure that our borders are protected and the citizens that live nearby are safe. These illegal blockades have hurt every Canadian by hurting…

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Liberal inaction is hurting Canadian workers: NDP

February 10th, 2022 Liberal inaction is hurting Canadian workers: NDP NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh and the NDP critic for auto strategy, Brian Masse, made the following joint statement: “The convoys, which have spread across the country, are hurting everyday Canadians who are just trying to do their jobs. What people are going through is completely…

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MASSE AND UNIFOR CALL ON LIBERAL GOVERNMENT TO HARMONIZE CANADA’S EV INCENTIVES WITH AMERICAN PROPOSAL

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                                                    DECEMBER 6, 2021 MASSE AND UNIFOR CALL ON LIBERAL GOVERNMENT TO HARMONIZE CANADA’S EV INCENTIVES WITH AMERICAN PROPOSAL WINDSOR, ON – Windsor West MP and NDP Industry and International Trade Critic, Brian Masse, alongside Dave Cassidy, President of Unifor Local 444, called on the Trudeau Liberals to be proactive and increase…

AS PARLIAMENT RETURNS MASSE HIGHLIGHTS THE PRIORITIES TO BE FOCUSED ON: Ojibway National Urban Park, protecting Windsor Airport, affordability of housing, telecom, securing a national auto policy for investment and jobs and trade with the US

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                               November 18, 2021  AS PARLIAMENT RETURNS MASSE HIGHLIGHTS THE PRIORITIES TO BE FOCUSED ON: Ojibway National Urban Park, protecting Windsor Airport, affordability of housing, telecom, securing a national auto policy for investment and jobs and trade with the US (Windsor, ON)- Today, NDP Brian Masse M.P. (Windsor West), outlined his priorities as…