Brian Masse is the Member of Parliament for Windsor West. Mr. Lauzon was first elected to the House of Commons in 2002 and is currently Vice Chair of the Canada-US Inter-parliamentary Group.
Apr. 9, 2020: Brian Masse M.P. (Windsor West), NDP Innovation, Science, Economic
Development and Auto Critic wrote to the Prime Minister requesting further action to protect
health care workers on both sides of the border. As of today, over 2200 health care workers at just two Detroit area health systems, Beaumont
Health and Henry Ford Health systems, have tested positive for COVID19. All health care workers, those who work in Canada and those who cross the border to work the
United States, should not have bear additional costs while engaging in this fight to protect all of
us. FULL STORY
Mar. 28, 2020: Brian Masse M.P. (Windsor West), NDP Innovation, Science, Economic Development and Auto Critic wrote to the Prime Minister requesting further action to prevent the spread of COVID-19 from the state of Michigan which has become an outbreak hotspot. The circumstances in Michigan have become vastly different in just a week and to reduce the danger to
Canadians and residents in Windsor and all border communities in similar situations, I am requesting the government to
consider additional measures. FULL STORY
Mar. 19, 2020: Brian Masse M.P. (Windsor West), NDP Innovation, Science, Economic
Development and Auto Critic highlighted the need to protect workers involved in the essential supply
chain across important sectors with the US-Canada border now closed to non-essential travel due to the
COVID-19 outbreak. FULL STORY
Mar. 11, 2020: Brian Masse M.P. (Windsor West), NDP Innovation, Science, Economic Development Critic, heard witnesses at the Standing Committee on Industry, Science and technology in relation to his motion on stopping robocalls in Canada. I have heard from numerous constituents and Canadians who are fed up with the constant barrage of unsolicited nuisance calls and fraud calls coming to their homes and cell phones at all hours of the day, said Masse. FULL STORY
Mar. 1, 2020: Brian Masse M.P. (Windsor West), NDP Innovation, Science, Industry Critic, questioned the Liberal Government on their commitment to Canada’s automotive industry following the devastating news that Chrysler is cutting the third shift at the Windsor Assembly Plant and cutting the jobs to 1500 workers this coming June 2020. FULL STORY
Feb. 28, 2020: Windsor West MP Brian Masse was re-elected as Vice-Chair to the Canada-United States Inter-Parliamentary Group Wednesday night at the Group’s Annual General Meeting for the eighth time since 2006. He is honoured to represent Canada in the United States in this capacity and to continue his work with leaders on both sides of the Canada-United States border to advance issues of concern. FULL STORY
Feb. 25, 2020: Today, Brian Masse M.P. (Windsor West), NDP Innovation, Science, Economic Development and
Auto Critic and members of the House of Commons Standing Committee on Industry heard testimony concerning
the local impact of the Canada-US-Mexico (CUSMA) trade deal from Unifor Local 444 President Dave Cassidy
and Canadian Association of Moldmakers Chairman John Azzopardi. FULL STORY
Aug. 13, 2013: The owners of the Detroit International Bridge Co. have elected to increase the tolls on their crossing. This 5 percent fare increase on international travelers utilizing the Ambassador Bridge is essentially an additional border tax that will take money out of the pockets of travelers, commuters and businesses. It will apply to automobiles, passenger vehicles, station wagons, personal vans and empty pickups from $4.75/crossing to $5.00/crossing effective August 15th. FULL STORY
Jul. 26, 2013: Amid revelations that hundreds of non-code compliant girders were installed on the Rt. Hon. Herb Gray Parkway; Brian Masse M.P. (Windsor West) and Taras Natyshak M.P.P. (Essex) have written a joint letter to Ontario's Transportation Minister Glen Murray seeking answers to questions raised by this issue. FULL STORY
Jul. 19, 2013: The recent news of the City of Detroit filing for bankruptcy marks a sad milestone in history of the global financial meltdown. It is no secret that as a whole in this area we have been hard hit by the global economic recession, but I believe there is reason for hope and optimism. FULL STORY
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