Bombardier puts Toronto aerospace facility in Downsview up for sale

MONTREAL -- Bombardier is shopping around its sprawling aircraft manufacturing site in Toronto's high-priced real-estate market.

The transportation company says it has put the 152-hectare Downsview location north of the city's downtown up for sale as part of its financial turnaround plan.

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