Brian Masse MP in Parliament on Government of Canada’s Decision to Ban Huawei and ZTE from Canada’s 5G Telecom Networks

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 20, 2022 Brian Masse MP in Parliament on Government of Canada’s Decision to Ban Huawei and ZTE from Canada’s 5G Telecom Networks Hansard May 20, 2022 The Speaker: — for Windsor west. Brian Masse (NDP): Madam Speaker, the delay of Huawei compromised our intelligence sharing and allies and competitiveness. Canadians deserve a…

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MASSE TABLES LEGISLATION TO PROTECT AUTOMOTIVE CAR OWNERS BY PROVIDING MORE CHOICE IN AFTERMARKET REPAIR

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE FEBRUARY 4, 2022  MASSE TABLES LEGISLATION TO PROTECT AUTOMOTIVE CAR OWNERS BY PROVIDING MORE CHOICE IN AFTERMARKET REPAIR OTTAWA, ON – NDP Automotive and Industry Critic, and Windsor West MP Brian Masse, tabled a new right-to-repair bill today in Parliament to protect Canadian automotive car owners’ choice when having their own vehicle…

Masse reacts to investigation into Rogers’ proposed acquisition of Shaw, by the Competition Bureau

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…

Brian Masse MP: Canada needs a publicly owned facility to produce medicine and vaccines

published: 2021-07-08 received: 2021-07-08 13:09 (EST) Hill Times Words: 715 Canada needs a publicly owned facility to produce medicine and vaccines The federal government’s failures to secure domestic production of any of the early vaccine candidates highlighted the enormous policy mistake to privatize the government-owned company, Connaught Laboratories. by: NDP MP Brian Masse As the COVID-19 pandemic has…

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…