David Suzuki a man of property
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OTTAWA — Green sage David Suzuki has some expensive tastes for someone who wants to shut down the carbon economy within a generation.
QMI Agency has learned that Suzuki, who’s made a name for himself fighting for the environment and against development, owns four homes, including one property he co-owns with a fossil fuels company.
His primary abode is a sprawling mansion in the Kitsilano neighbourhood of Vancouver, worth approximately $8.2 million.
At Occupy Vancouver, Suzuki extolled the virtues of his anti-corporate agenda and condemned excess.
He owns another slightly more modest property in the Kitsilano neighbourhood. Its value is listed as $1.01 million.
Suzuki owns a waterfront property on the Quadra Island area off the B.C. coast, that appears from photos to be something of a cottage getaway, complete with boat dock. The property is valued at $1.1 million.
Perhaps most interesting is a property on Nelson Island of which Suzuki is one of several co-owners listed on a B.C. land title registry, another of which includes Kootenay Oil Distributors.
Nelson Island is predominantly forested with little economic activity and a tiny permanent population.