Andrew Cash
MP for Davenport

Toronto Issues

Audio from Telephone Townhall Meeting – March 11, 2014

on March 26, 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 [...]

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Andrew Blasts Conservative Policies That Will End Family-Focused Immigration – January 30th 2014

on January 30, 2014

OTTAWA – New Conservative immigration measures that came into effect this year will make it harder for families to reunite in Canada. “The Conservative government has abandoned Canada’s commitment to help reunite families who have emigrated here,” said the Official Opposition critic for immigration and citizenship Lysane Blanchette-Lamothe (Pierrefonds – Dollard). “I regularly meet constituents [...]

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Read the Text of the National Urban Worker Strategy!

on October 21, 2013

Bill C-542 An Act to establish a National Urban Workers Strategy SUMMARY This enactment proposes to develop a National Urban Workers Strategy to address the common challenges faced by workers in Canada and to resolve inequities in taxation and access to social support mechanisms, including employment insurance. It requires the Minister of Human Resources and [...]

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Government commits to ending pay-to-pay fees!

on October 17, 2013

Congratulations Davenport! Due to the pressure created from our petition campaign, the Conservative government committed to end pay to pay fees in the fall Throne Speech. That’s right! ‘Pay-to-pay’ fees – that unfair charge of between $2 and $4 on your phone, television, and banking bills for receiving the bill in the mail – had [...]

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Save the Sam’s Sign – A Statement from Andrew Cash – Oct 3rd 2013

on October 3, 2013

Music, especially in its popular forms, has played a key role in turning Toronto into one of the world’s leading arts and culture capitols. As we look to reshape our economy for the 21st century, creative industries will be a leading force. That would not be possible without the great pioneering work done by artists [...]

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on September 19, 2013

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 18, 2013 SIKH SOLDIERS FOUGHT FOR OUR FREEDOM AND WE’LL FIGHT TO PROTECT THEIRS: NDP OTTAWA – While addressing growing concern about the PQ Charter of Values in Quebec, NDP Leader Tom Mulcair promised to fight against institutionalized discrimination in honour of Sikh Veterans. When asked about the NDP’s position regarding [...]

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