Canadian Supply Ships in Bad Shape

Friday, November 14, 2008


According to a report from the Chronicle Herald, the Canadian navy has spent millions of dollars over the past three years to keep old supply ships afloat. Canada’s sole tanker supply ships are about 40 years old. The situation was exacerbated this summer when a $2.9b project to replace the ships was placed on the backburner.

(Source: The Chronical Herald)

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