Annual Report To Parliament




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Blue Water Bridge Authority

Appropriate Minister

The Honourable David Collenette, P.C., M.P.
Minister of Transport
Chairperson

Douglas G. Keddy
General Manager

Dan M. Elash
Head Office

1 Bridge Street
Point Edward, ON
N7V 4J5
Phone: (519) 336-2720
Fax: (519) 336-7622
Web Site: www.bwba.org
Auditor

Auditor General of Canada
Incorporation and Status

1964 by the Blue Water Bridge Authority Act; became a federal Crown corporation listed in Schedule III, Part I of the Financial Administration Act on April 26, 2002; not an agent of Her Majesty.
Mandate

To operate, maintain and repair the Canadian halves of the two bridges spanning the St. Clair River between Sarnia, Ontario and Port Huron, Michigan and the approaches and structures.
Corporate Profile

The Blue Water Bridge Authority (BWBA) owns and operates the Canadian half of the Blue Water Bridge, located between Sarnia, Ontario, and Port Huron, Michigan. The American half is owned and operated by the Michigan Department of Transportation. The BWBA was created in 1964 by the Blue Water Bridge Authority Act, and was expected to become a bi-national authority. However, the U.S. has never exercised its option to appoint members, which would have created the bi-national authority. Because all members of the board of directors are appointed by the Governor in Council, the Blue Water Bridge Authority was deemed as a federal Crown corporation on April 26, 2002. The BWBA has the authority to set and charge tolls for the use of the bridge structures.

Performance Information

The BWBA commenced operations as a federal Crown corporation on April 26, 2002. It is required to report to Parliament annually. The financial year of the BWBA is September 1 to August 31.


Canada Lands Company Limited

Appropriate Minister

The Honourable David Collenette, P.C., M.P.
Minister of Transport
Chairperson

Marc Rochon
President and Chief Executive Officer

Kathy Milsom
Head Office

Suite 1500
200 King Street West
Toronto ON
M5H 3T4
Telephone: (416) 952 6100
Facsimile: (416) 952 6200
Web site: www.clc.ca
Auditor

Auditor General of Canada
KPMG LLP
Incorporation and Status

1956 by letters patent; reorganized under the Canada Business Corporations Act, September 19, 1977; Certificate of Continuance under the Canada Business Corporations Act, July 7, 1981; Schedule III, Part I of the Financial Administration Act; not an agent of Her Majesty.
Mandate

To create value, through its active subsidiaries, for strategic properties no longer required for program purposes by the Government of Canada. It does this by purchasing, improving and then managing or selling lands in order to produce the best possible benefits to both local communities and Canadian taxpayers while respecting the government’s policies regarding First Nations’ land claims, official languages, as well as environmental and heritage considerations.
Corporate Profile

Canada Lands Company Limited (Canada Lands) is the parent company of four wholly owned subsidiaries: Canada Lands Company CLC Limited, which handles the real estate operations; Parc Downsview Park Inc., which is responsible for the development and management of an urban recreational greenspace on the former CFB Toronto lands; 3148131 Canada Limited which is inactive; and the Old Port of Montreal Corporation Inc., which reports as a parent Crown corporation and is responsible for redeveloping the Old Port of Montreal.

The property holdings of the Corporation fall into three categories, namely, rental properties, properties under development and land held for development or sale. Its principal managed properties are Canada’s National Tower (“CN Tower”) and Downsview Park, both in Toronto.

Performance Information

Since Canada Lands Company Limited’s 2001–02 Annual Report had not been tabled in Parliament as of the closing date for its inclusion in the database for the President of the Treasury Board’s annual report, the Corporation’s activities and performance results for 2001–02 have not been reflected in this report.


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