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´╗┐Canadian Air and Space Museum evicted

TORONTO Second World War pilot Philip Gray says it is "immoral" that Downsview Park is evicting the Canadian Air Billig Generisk Cialis and Space Museum.

"This is a terrible way to repay young 21 year old boys who went to war and never turned 22. I am disgusted "Buy Cheap Jintropin Online" that their heritage can be just wiped out," the 89 year old Gray said Tuesday as the museum was packing up artifacts.

"I got the shock of my life when I heard this. We could lose all this history. It makes you wonder what these boys Cialis 10 Mg Goedkoop died for " a government Buy Cialis Switzerland that doesn't care about heritage."

Downsview Park which gave the eviction notice "Anabolika Definition" on Tuesday is a federal park.

There was no notice given for the eviction, museum CEO Robert Cohen said.

"They didn't come over here like men. They hid behind their board room. This is how federal employees want to preserve history. This is a black eye for Canadian history," said Cohen, who admits the museum is behind on its rent.

Although the museum receives some government funding, 80% of its revenue comes from the public.

"We get 10,000 schoolkids here a year and seniors love it here. We have 3,000 artifacts and half a million digital images. I don't know where we are going to put them," Cohen said.

Davis Soknacki, chairman of the board of directors for the park, said Downsview will store the Deca Durabolin For Sale Canada artifacts at its own expense for the museum,

"We are building a four pad ice complex Do Oral Steroids Cause Hiccups which will be open in two years and we need to get vacant possession in order to get the investment going," said Soknacki, who issued eviction notices to seven tenants at the park.

"The (museum) building is falling down and isn't up to code," he said, adding, "There is a great need for skating and hockey."

The museum's historic, red tipped Avro Buy Anadrol Cheap Arrow is now in the parking lot.

Bill Tee was a designer who worked on the Avro Arrow before the project was controversially halted.

"This is a sad day. I hope this will have a better outcome than in 1959 when they ended the Avro Arrow. This is just so short sighted," said Tee, who volunteers at the museum.

"It is a shame that the government is taking this attitude. They have no appreciation for aerospace history.".