Staying on the topic of the problems that certain communities are facing today, you said in response to Ms. Malcolmson's question that you want to encourage more uptake of some of the funds that are available to help move these vessels from our shores.
Not to get too parochial here, but I have the community of Marie Joseph in my backyard, along the eastern shore. It's gorgeous. The wild islands along the eastern shore are subject to a tourism expansion project that the federal government is partnering with. At the same time, it has a 1,300- or 1,400-tonne former Canadian Coast Guard vessel, the CCGS Tupper, bolted into the side of the provincial highway and sitting in federal waters. It's an eyesore for the community.
How can I as a local representative bring to the attention of the municipality and the community at large information about the programs? What advice would you give them for partnering with us to move this vessel out of their community?