Masse aims to protect airport and National Urban Park back in Ottawa



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MP Brian Masse (NDP – Windsor West) said he returns to Ottawa next week with a list of priorities ranging from legislation to protect the Windsor Airport Tower to the creation of an urban park national.

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“What I did was prepare our legislation program for the coming weeks, as expectations should be high to get things done, ”Masse said.

Masse is the NDP spokesperson for innovation, international trade, economic development and the automobile, as well as border relations between the United States and Canada and the Great Lakes, following his re-election to his seat of long time in Windsor West in September.

Masse said he would continue to defend the Canadian auto sector and a national auto strategy, citing the summit of North American leaders, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, United States President Joe Biden and Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador currently taking place in Washington.

“What’s unfortunate about today’s meetings with the Three Amigos is that Canada is going there empty-handed, we don’t have a national auto strategy,” Masse said, noting a recent proposal. promotion of electric vehicles made in the United States.

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Masse also said they were working on the creation of the Ojibway National Urban Park.

“We are developing this legislation right now… it will be a massive and very important investment in our strategies to fight climate change,” he said.

Other private members’ bills include legislation protecting the Windsor Airport Tower from future NAV Canada studies, right to repair legislation, action on a digital bill of rights and potentially rendering the passports free for veterans and half-price for seniors, Masse said. He said he was also looking at issues such as housing affordability and falling cell phone and internet bills.

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And while these are private members’ bills – bills introduced by MPs who are not ministers – Masse said he hopes that, as in the past, other parties and deputies will adopt the proposals.

“These are almost all private members’ bills by definition, but the exciting thing is that they can be stolen,” Masse said. “We are ready and willing for this to happen. “

“I’m really happy to be going back to Ottawa, I’m excited to do it, I’m coming back prepared.”



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