Prince al Waleed bin Talal of Saudi Arabia; the Aga Khan; real estate corporations Trizec, Cadillac Fairview and Claridge; friends of politicians, Carl Icahn of New York City; multinational corporations including General Electric; the real estate arm of the Canadian Pacific Railway, Marathon Realty;the real estate arm of the Canadian National Railway, Canada Lands Company; Downsview Park; the National Capital Commission; Canada Post; the CBC; Canada Mortgage and Housing, owners of baseball and hockey stadiums....
Ordinary Canadians, who collectively own the billions of dollars worth of Crown property that is being sold through Orders-in-Council.
1. In 1990, the military base in Summerside, Prince Edward Island was sold to a private company for a dollar.
2. Canada Lands Company bought CFB Rockcliffe in Ottawa with a $27 million dollar promissory note.Canada is one of the richest countries in the world, therefore I cannot understand why my country is being demilitarized, through the transfer of DND bases---
CFB London, Ontario (Wolseley Barracks); CFB Downsview in Toronto; CFB Edmonton (Griesbach Barracks); CFB Shearwater (a few years ago, CFB Shearwater was returned to the government); CFB Calgary; CFB Winnipeg (Kapyong Barracks), CFB Namao; CFB Nanaimo, CFB Chilliwack; CFB Jericho Beach in Vancouver, British Columbia; CFS Albro Lake in Dartmouth; CFB Moncton, New Brunswick; Shannon Park in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, CFB Pleasantville, St. John's, Newfoundland; the Ortona Barracks, Oakville Ontario and CFB Montreal (St. Hubert).
|CFB Rockcliffe in 1983. From: "1984-1985 Federal Property Profiles-National Capital Region". The book can be found in The Ottawa Room, Ottawa Public Library at Laurier.|
The Experimental Farm in Ottawa - 1983. (Above)
|A Privy Council Order-in-Council that resulted in the sale of Farm land in February of 1988. (The Order-in-Council books can be found at Library and Archives Canada on Wellington Street in Ottawa.)|
In 1986, Harbour Place owned a cruise ship terminal, the Pan Pacific Hotel, a World Trade Centre Office Complex, a CN Imax Theatre, parking for 700 cars, restaurants, gift shops, an outdoor amphitheater and the iconic pavilion:
|Canada Place in Vancouver, British Columbia.|
|The former Blair Rifle Range in North Vancouver, British Columbia.|