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    The federal government will be auctioning off various items in Ontario, ranging from cars to office chairs, and laptops. On the website, GCSurplus there is a long list of items and there will be more items added with time. There are already bids placed on many items, while others are still waiting for offers. 

    The government gives details about a few of the items, such as their condition and where they come from. One of the more popular items on the list is an Apple MacBook, which is currently going for $2,085. The bid was initially set for a minimum of $750 and the bidding war will end on March 23.

    There is a treadmill currently going for $340 called the Landice Pro Sports Treadmill. You can bid on a wooden desk that is currently being offered for $30 and its auction ends on March 23. The current bid for five red office chairs is $50 and the bidding war will end on March 23.

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