A GUIDE TO WORKING WITH THE FEDERAL HERITAGE BUILDINGS REVIEW OFFICE
The Treasury Board Policy on Management of Real Property stipulates that departments must manage the buildings they administer so as to conserve their heritage character throughout their lifecycle...Crown corporations do not fall under the policy. It applies only to real property owned by the federal Crown.
( From: Page 2.)
|Document mailed to A. Shaw from the Federal Heritage Buildings Review Office in Gatineau, Quebec.|
Classified Federal Heritage Buildings include:
The Parliament Buildings in Ottawa.
Clock Tower at The Old Port of Montreal.
Connaught Building National Historic Site (Revenue Canada Building) in Ottawa.
The Supreme Court of Canada at 241 Wellington Street in Ottawa.
Royal Roads Military College in Victoria, British Columbia, and
The Main Cell Block and North Lodge Building 2 at Kingston Penitentiary:
According to the document "A Roadmap to Strengthening Public Safety" (2007):
-A mega prison will be constructed in Kingston, Ontario, and "the complex would be populated from the consolidation of six existing institutions-Pittsburgh; Joyceville; Warkworth; the Regional Treatment Centre; Kingston Penitentiary and Millhaven". (See: Page 197).
- The private sector will build the mega prison.
- Older prisons that have "outlived their usefulness" will be decommissioned." (Note: Does that mean Collins Bay will be shut down?- A.S.)
-Joyceville and Pittsburgh Institution farmland is worth $2 million dollars, while the sale of the Ontario Regional Headquarters at 440 King Street West in Kingston could net $17 million dollars.
|A July 27, 2010 letter I wrote to my Member of Parliament in Nepean, to try to save Canada's prison farms.|
|440 King St. West in Kingston.|