Media advisory - Sale of government buildings remains cloaked in secrecy

    OTTAWA, June 11 /CNW Telbec/ - Everyone wants to know more about the
Conservatives' sale of some of the country's choicest real estate, but no
one's getting answers, including members of the House of Commons Standing
Committee on Government Operations and Estimates.
    As the final day arrives for bids to be submitted, the Public Service
Alliance of Canada (PSAC) wants Canadians to know who will be the winners and
losers in the biggest sell-off of Canadian assets in history. The union is
calling on the Harper government to stop the sale.

    When:         Tuesday, June 12, 2007

                  12:00 noon

    Where:        One of the assets on the auction block -
                  the D'Arcy McGee building
                  90 Sparks Street (corner of Metcalfe)

    Speakers:     John Gordon, PSAC National President
                  Peggy Nash, MP and member of the Government
                  Operations Committee

    Singing out
    on the sale:  Singer and songwriter Alex Sinclair

For further information:

For further information: Louise Laporte, PSAC Communications, (613)

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