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The afternoon and coffee spoon pleasures of Victoria will now longer be available to the Canadian Taxpayers Federation. The group is moving its Lotusland office from the Garden City to Vancouver - along with provincial director Sarah MacIntyre. That means Ms. MacIntyre will now be closer to British Columbia's media headquarters - as well as having more of an opportunity to comment on Terminal City taxpayer concerns. But not to worry - the federation will be leaving some memories of its presence behind. According to an email from the group's national communications director Troy Lanigan (who is staying in Victoria) the federation's new digs will be smaller. And that means the federation has "lots of decent office furniture available for a song." The following is a complete copy of that email.

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Subject: Office Furniture ...
Date: Wed, 5 Jul 2006 15:54:11 -0700
From: Troy Lanigan

Dear Friends ...

As some of you may be aware the CTF is moving its main BC office to Vancouver effective August 1st. We are DOWNSIZING and have lots of decent office furniture availible for a song. Here's a listing of what's availible, if you're looking for anything for your home or office shoot me an e-mail. I've made a list below.



Desk with wing for computer and separate file stand on wheels
Lateral filing cabinet (5 high)
Lateral filing cabinet (4 high)
Swivel desk chair
Six foot book shelf (dark brown)
Chair reddish non swivel
Coat rack (black with silver hooks)
6 foot storage/supply cabinet
Small microwave
Small fridge
Cutting board (paper)
3 large cork boards
Coffee maker
Silver ware
Book shelf (2 high)
TV stand

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