June 10, 2022 Mr. Speaker, Affordability issues are top of mind for all Canadians. Liberals like to compare their track record with other countries. Well, Canadians are paying amongst the highest price for telecom services in the world. And it could get even worse with the Rogers-Shaw merger. Canadians would pay the price while Edward…Details
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE August 6, 2021 NDP react to investigation into Rogers’ proposed acquisition of Shaw, by the Competition Bureau The NDP’s Critic for Telecommunications, Brian Masse, made the following statement: “I am glad to see the Competition Bureau will be investigating the proposed merger between Rogers and Shaw and the negative impacts it could have…Details
The NDP’s Critic for Telecommunications to speak about the CRTC’s move to reverse a previous decision to cut wholesale internet rates
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 1, 2021 The NDP’s Critic for Telecommunications to speak about the CRTC’s move to reverse a previous decision to cut wholesale internet rates OTTAWA – Brian Masses (Windsor West), the NDP’s Critic for Telecommunications, will hold a press conference this morning to discuss the CRTC’s move to reverse their decision to…Details
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 18, 2021 NDP react to CRTC’s move to reverse decision to drop wholesale internet rates The NDP’s Critic for Telecommunications, Brian Masse, made the following statement: “I am deeply discouraged with the CRTC’s move to reverse their decision to drop wholesale internet rates. This will have a direct and negative…Details
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE AUGUST 19, 2019 CANCELLATION OF BELL SERVICE ROLLOUT SHOWS FAILURE OF LIBERAL PLAN: MASSE Demonstrates government more interested in protecting corporate profits than serving Canadians (Windsor)- Today, Brian Masse M.P. (Windsor West), NDP Innovation, Science, Economic Development and Auto Critic, said that Bell Canada’ cancellation of planned service rollout to…
“Canadian consumers should not have to rely on investigative journalism to be protected from uncompetitive and potentially illegal practices in any sector of the economy”
Brian Masse M.P. announces his intention to Table a Digital Bill of Rights in Parliament.
Brian Masse MP passes a motion at INDU Committee to hold hearing on Apple throttling scandal.