Source: Lee Berthiaume, The Canadian Press, April 8, 2019 

OTTAWA — Reduced search-and-rescue coverage, ferry-service disruptions, cancelled resupply runs to Arctic and coastal communities and nearly $2 million in lost navigational buoys.

Those are among the real safety, social and commercial impacts that communities across the country are starting to feel as the Canadian Coast Guard’s fleet gets older, according to new documents obtained by The Canadian Press.

Read full article here….

Image Source: The Canadian Press/Darryl Dyck