Andrew Cash
MP for Davenport

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Andrew on Syrian refuegee crisis – June 17th, 2014

Mr. Andrew Cash (Davenport, NDP): Mr. Speaker, with tragic events in Iraq, the Syrian refugee crisis is getting worse and here we are having a hard time getting straight answers from the Minister of Citizenship and Immigration, so let us put it in context. Sweden has over 14,000 Syrian refugees; Germany, 19,000; and the Canadian [...]

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Welcome to my website! This is your online space for information about our community, about what I’m working in Ottawa on your behalf and events we are holding in the riding.

I hope you find this helpful and I look forward to any comments you have about this site or any aspect of our work for you!

Davenport is an incredible place to live and I am so very honoured to be your voice, your advocate and your representative in Ottawa!!

Andrew Cash

Upcoming Events

Audio from Telephone Townhall Meeting – March 11, 2014

On March 11, 2014, MPP Jonah Schein and I hosted a telephone townhall with Davenport residents to hear about your priorities and to chat about some of the work we’ve done as your Davenport representatives. Jonah and I have been working hard to bring your concerns to both the House of Commons and the Ontario [...]

Join me for a Town Hall on Immigration and Citizenship!

As the MP for Davenport and Multiculturalism Critic for the Official Opposition, I have heard from many constituents and from folks across the country that the Harper government is failing Canada’s immigrant communities. In particular, recent changes to our immigration system have created longer wait times for citizenship and family reunification. Some of the concerns [...]

CNSC confirms that soil around GE-Hitachi facility is safe

The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission recently tested the soil samples taken from around the GE-Hitachi nuclear facility to conduct their own tests. The CNSC have determined that the results show no potential health and safety risks to the community, confirming the findings of the Ontario Ministry of the Environment. The full report for the CNSC [...]