1. Since April 8, 1963, how many contracts for the rental of buildings have been let by the
4. What Is the policy of the N.C.C. in servicing and maintaining expropriated properties which the original owners have vacated?
5. Is service maintenance contracted out to private firms or individuals?
6. How many N.C.C. employees in each of the trades are engaged in service maintenance of expropriated N.C.C. properties?
Answer: 1 and 2. Please see table below.
3. In determining fair values of expropriated properties, the national capital commission secures data with respect to value from technical experts such as real estate appraisers, building contractors, soil experts, engineers with respect to machinery and equipment, and chartered accountants for business disturbance, cost of moving and other such claims.
Upon receipt of the foregoing information, the negotiators of the commission meet with the former owner or his agent to discuss elements of value peculiar to his property. This includes such things as loss of value of drapes, Venetian blinds, broadloom rugs, disconnecting of stoves, dryers, etc., the cost of moving or other costs occasioned by the expropriation.
When agreement is reached as to the amount of the compensation, an option setting forth the terms is prepared by the commission and signed by the former owner. This option is then considered by the land committee of the commission, which after viewing the property, makes recommendations to
the commission. The commission then may approve the option. If the amount exceeds $25,000, treasury board approval is also required.
4. Policy of servicing and maintaining properties which the original owners have vacated.
These fall into four classifications: (a)
Economic properties; (b) Uneconomic properties; (c) Buildings unfit for human habitation because of fire and health hazards; (d) Properties which must be cleared of buildings in order to carry out projects of the commission.
Generally, the buildings on economic properties are serviced and maintained to the same standard as if they had continued in private ownership. However, the standard of maintenance on buildings which do have to be demolished because of the requirements of major national capital commission projects does vary, since this depends on the date when the demolition is likely to occur.
Uneconomic or substandard properties are offered for sale for demolition or occasionally for removal, by public tender.
5. Not entirely; a small amount is done by national capital commission staff.
6. One truck driver and one tractor operator plus part time use of park maintenance crews on weed control.
Area and Settlements
Parcel No. and date of and Remarksname of former owner Description expropriation amount G.N.O. 2-13-1 Pts. lots 13-14-15, July 9, 1959 Nil Compensation in the amount of $414,700Elmer Henry con. 2, O.F., Nepean 332 acres has been discussed.G.N.O. 2-14-1 Pts. of lots 14-15, June 22, 1959 Nil (An information has been filed in theDr. H. B. Moffatt con. 2, O.F., Nepean 95.9 acres Exchequer Court of Canada in the amount of $180,000)G.N.O. 2-14-1A Pts. of lots 14-15, June 13,1961 Nil Dr. H. B. Moffatt con 2, O.F., Nepean 7.0 acres G.N.O. 2-15-4 Pt. lot 15, con. 2, June 13, 1961 Yes Ottawa Jewish Home for the aged O. F. Nepean 12.2 acres $37,500 G.N.O. 2-15-6 Pt. lot 15, con. 2, June 13,1961 Yes. John Craig Moffatt O.F., Nepean 2.3 acres $27,000 G.N.O. 2-16-2 Pt. lot 16, con. 2, June 13, 1961 Yes Mary Rose Whiting O.F., Nepean 1.6 acres $38,500 G.N.O. 2-16-3 Pt. lot 16, con. 2, June 13, 1961 Yes George B. Acres O.F., Nepean 3.3 acres $45,750 G.N.R. 3-35-1 Pt. lot 16, con. 2, Dec. 13, 1960 Nil (Compensation in the amount ofR. A. S. Bruce O.F., Nepean 69.3 acres ($350,000 has been discussed for 200 j acres, of which these properties are aG.N.R. 3-35-1X Pt. lot 16, con. 2, June 13, 1961 Nil Ipart.R. A. S. Bruce O.F., Nepean 1.8 acres
SILVER DOLLARS * THREE RIVERS, QUE. AIRPORT
Question No. 1,382-Mr. Peters:
1. What action is contemplated by the government to ensure an adequate supply of silver dollars in the current year?
2. How many silver dollars have been minted to date in 1964?
3. How many silver dollars is it anticipated will be minted for the year 1964?
4. How many silver dollars are in mint sets, how many as singles for currency?
5. How many ounces of silver have been consumed in the production of silver dollars to date during 1964?
Subtopic: RENTAL CONTRACTS FOR BUILDINGS NOT COMPLETED