MASSE JOINS LEADING ENVIRONMENTAL GROUPS CALLING FOR THE PROTECTION OF OJIBWAY SHORES: Create a National Urban Park to protect land in southern Ontario to mitigate effects of climate change

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                                                                     February 4, 2020   MASSE JOINS LEADING ENVIRONMENTAL GROUPS CALLING FOR THE PROTECTION OF OJIBWAY SHORES: Create a National Urban Park to protect land in southern Ontario to mitigate effects of climate change  OTTAWA –  Today, Brian Masse M.P. (Windsor West), NDP Innovation, Science, Industry and Great Lakes Critic, joined…

MASSE REQUESTS THE PM TO ACT ON TWO LOCAL ISSUES: Demonstrating cooperation on Ojibway Shores and Single Event Sports Betting

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                        January 8, 2020   MASSE REQUESTS THE PM TO ACT ON TWO LOCAL ISSUES Demonstrating cooperation on Ojibway Shores and Single Event Sports Betting   (Windsor)- Today, Brian Masse M.P. (Windsor West), NDP Innovation, Science, Economic Development and Auto Critic, requested the Prime Minister to act, before the House of Commons returns,…

MASSE ANNOUNCES TOWNHALL ON A NATIONAL URBAN PARK: Best way to protect Ojibway Shores and the surrounding parks and preserves

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                        August 15, 2019   MASSE ANNOUNCES TOWNHALL ON A NATIONAL URBAN PARK Best way to protect Ojibway Shores and the surrounding parks and preserves   (Windsor)- Today, Brian Masse M.P. (Windsor West), NDP Innovation, Science, Economic Development and Auto Critic, announced he is holding a town hall about establishing a National Urban…

MASSE: UNDERSTANDING THE OPTIONS FOR OJIBWAY SHORES

Re-Offers Path to Secure Environmental Protection for Environmentally Significant Property   Brian Masse M.P. (Windsor West) took to facebook live recently to talk about a recently proposed land swap deal between the City of Windsor and the Windsor Port Authority (WPA). The deal would essentially see the City acquire Ojibway Shores – located immediately west…