Yes, Kodak Canada's facility in Mt Dennis in Toronto is flattened.
The town I grew up in has the factory my dad used to manage sitting as an idle facility, holding a few spare parts as a warehouse to service the old line of gear they once made there.
The foundry facility next door, where my uncle sold castings for was demolished last year.
The engineering office still stands, and is staffed. Parts fabrication is outsourced around the world about 16 years ago.
Sorry that this is the face of progress. I guess it is while oil is still relatively cheap, so where soemthing is made, like a mine car, or sewage treatment sedimetation aeratorr, or pulp and paper process filter, is immaterial, let alone consumer devices like ipods.