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GCSurplus, of Public Services and Procurement Canada, sells a wide selection of Government surplus assets to the general public. Register, log in, and bid on a variety of items such as office equipment, hand tools, cars, boats, and airplanes.

What we sell

  • Surplus federal government assets such as furniture, cars, trucks, boats, farm equipment, and more
  • Forfeited goods from federal and provincial law enforcement agencies such as jewelry, collectors’ items, appliances, and more
  • Large-volume materials, such as metal, wood, or textiles

What we don’t sell

  • Buildings and land owned by the federal government
  • Out-of-service electronic waste, such as computers and handheld devices
Are you interested in buying federal property? Browse the real estate online portal.

How GCSurplus works

  1. A government department or agency declares an item as surplus
  2. A GCSurplus sales representative works with the department or agency to create a listing
  3. GCSurplus lists the item for sale
  4. The general public can browse listed items
  5. Only registered users can bid on items
  6. Once an auction sale closes, the successful bidder will receive an acceptance of offer by email, along with an invoice, payment and pick up instructions.

Now you’re ready to get started