VIDEO – MASSE QUESTIONS THE PRIME MINISTER ON INCLUSION OF LOCAL BLACK COMMUNITY ON GORDIE HOWE BRIDGE ART PROJECT

November 4, 2020 Hansard Brian Masse (NDP): Canada’s largest federal infrastructure project is the Gordie Howe bridge being built in my riding. The project will feature art representing the local history of the area. It will include European and indigenous art, but will unjustly exclude the historic and extremely important black community. This very location…

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NDP DISAPPOINTED LIBERALS BLOCKED MOTION TO PROTECT CONSUMERS AND SMALL BUSINESSES FROM INTERNET GIANT AMAZON

AUGUST 14, 2020 NDP DISAPPOINTED LIBERALS BLOCKED MOTION TO PROTECT CONSUMERS AND SMALL BUSINESSES FROM INTERNET GIANT AMAZON OTTAWA – Today in the House of Commons Standing Committee on Industry, NDP MP Brian Masse (Windsor West), along with Committee Members from the Conservatives and Bloc Quebecois, supported a motion to protect consumers and small businesses…

ANOTHER DAY, ANOTHER WORTHLESS FINE IS BUSINESS AS USUAL FOR LIBERALS WHEN IT COMES TO PROTECTING CONSUMERS

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                      May 20, 2020   ANOTHER DAY, ANOTHER WORTHLESS FINE IS BUSINESS AS USUAL FOR LIBERALS WHEN IT COMES TO PROTECTING CONSUMERS:          Masse continues call for reform of Canada’s Competition, Consumer Protection and Privacy laws after Facebook escapes accountability   WINDSOR, ON – Brian Masse M.P. (Windsor West), NDP…

MASSE QUESTIONS DEPUTY PM ON BORDER RESTRICTIONS AND MINISTER OF FINANCE ON CREDIT CARD HELP FOR CANADIANS

MAY 12, 2020 Brian Masse MP (Windsor West) questioned the Deputy Prime Minister, Right Honourable Chrystia Freeland, on the upcoming potential easing of restrictions at the Canada-United States border and what help border communities will be provided with when the border restrictions are eased or lifted. Masse then questioned the Minister of Finance, Honourable Bill…

MASSE DELIVERS STATEMENT ON WINDSOR’S BLACK HISTORY

    Mr. Brian Masse (Windsor West, NDP): Madam Speaker, the theme for Black History Month is “Canadians of African Descent: Going Forward, Guided by the Past”.     I believe all of us, regardless of ethnicity, can find inspiration and guidance in the stories of trail blazing African Canadians, people like Windsor resident James L. Dunn, a 19th…

MASSE DEMANDS ANSWERS ON AUTO INVESTMENT & INDUSTRY PROTECTION IN LIGHT OF THIRD SHIFT CUT AT WINDSOR FCA: Masse wrote the Industry Minister on this issue one year ago yesterday

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                                                    FEBRUARY 28, 2020   MASSE DEMANDS ANSWERS ON AUTO INVESTMENT & INDUSTRY PROTECTION IN LIGHT OF THIRD SHIFT CUT AT WINDSOR FCA: Masse wrote the Industry Minister on this issue one year ago yesterday   OTTAWA – Today, Brian Masse M.P. (Windsor West), NDP Innovation, Science, Industry Critic, questioned the Liberal Government on…

MASSE’S MOTION TO CURB FRAUD AND ROBOCALLS PASSES AT INDUSTRY COMMITTEE

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                                                            FEBRUARY 20, 2020   MASSE’S MOTION TO CURB FRAUD AND ROBOCALLS PASSES AT COMMITTEE   OTTAWA – Today, Brian Masse M.P. (Windsor West), NDP Innovation, Science, Industry Critic’s motion to curb fraud and robocalls passed at the House of Commons Standing Committee on Industry.  The Committee agreed to hear witnesses…

MASSE CALLS FOR IMMEDIATE INVESTIGATION TO REVERE COPPER SITE DOCK COLLAPSE: Short and Long-Term Protection Needed for the Great Lakes

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE DECEMBER 5, 2019 MASSE CALLS FOR IMMEDIATE INVESTIGATION TO REVERE COPPER SITE DOCK COLLAPSE: Short and Long-Term Protection Needed for the Great Lakes OTTAWA, ON– Today, Brian Masse, M.P. (Windsor West), NDP Innovation, Science, and Industry Critic and Great Lakes Critic, hand delivered a letter to the Minister of Environment and Climate…