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Earlier this month, the CBC ran an article about the removal of all living potted plants from the House of Commons due to budget cuts, all of which were to be carted off the premises and sold online.
Operated by Public Works and Government Services Canada, GCSurplus only sells moveable assets (though, if you are interested in federally-owned properties for sale, click here).
If, like me, you have never heard of such a place, here’s how it works: You can browse items for sale by category here.
There’s the real question – does buying new and used items from GCSurplus equal a good deal? So while you might be outbid (and won’t be able to do anything about it) and are more or less confined to items available in your area, GCSurplus is yet another space to add to your bargain hunting roster. Download the Save.ca mobile app to price match products in-store, organize your shopping list, and earn cash back on your purchases.
The made-in-Pakistan jeans — 412 boxes of them, with 24 pairs in each box — were available for pickup in Montreal, Que.


As a plant lover my interest was piqued, perhaps I could scoop up some new greens on the cheap. A wide swath of goods are on the auction block: Cars, boats, electronics, furniture, office supplies, clothing and jewellery, sporting goods, and camping equipment, as well as heavy equipment, machine tools, agricultural machinery and lab instruments.
Cars and trucks seem to be priced below market value, like this 2011 Nissan Altima which is listed on GCSurplus for $9,000, but has an average asking price of $15,000 according to the Canadian Black Book. Browse flyers online from all your local retailers, print coupons or have them mailed to you for FREE. A little sleuthing led me to the Government of Canada’s auction website, GCSurplus, where excess goods and seized items can be purchased by the highest bidder.
With several sales centres scattered across the nation, prospective bidders are encouraged to inspect and view the items prior to bidding. For instance, my desire to add a few plants to my collection was squashed when I saw the listing was for a lot of 150 plants – not exactly what I had in mind.


Other recent listings include a GE fridge with no minimum bid, a Kenmore washer and dryer for $100, a 19” Samsung LCD monitor for $50, and assorted office furniture for $5. Quite a few listings are proffered as a large mass – like this lot of 600 t-shirts with a minimum bid of $600 – which might be a good deal if your plan is to resell them. Seized designer goods, too, are up for grabs, like this Chanel flap bag which could be yours for just $10,000 (apparently, it originally retailed at $18,200).
You can also sign up for e-mail alerts to stay up to speed on available goods in your region.



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