You'll be hearing from the department right after us. I would recommend that you ask them that question, for specificity.
I would say that generally the Canadian government has $66 billion of assets to manage. We know this because I live in the Auditor General's office, and he looks at the books. Having $66 billion of assets and not a lot of risk assessment to see whether or not those assets are at risk is, I think, putting the country at risk, from an adaptation perspective.
For the specifics about the harbours and which ones are more at risk, however, I think it would be best to ask the department. What we noted was that they are looking at risks associated with waterways, they're looking at the risks associated with their Coast Guard assets, with all the different harbours. They are looking at their full program, assessing the risks, and then coming up with actions that they can actually implement; with studies; with research tools that communities can use to deal with and adapt to the changing climate, the rising sea levels, etc.