Aging Shipwreck Cost $1.4M

Fresh oil leaks from a shipwreck that changed maritime law cost the Canadian Coast Guard more than $1.4 million dollars last winter, newly-released records show. Authorities said they could not recoup the taxpayers’ charge from a shipping fund prompted by the 1970 sinking of the tanker Arrow: “The company that owned the ship no longer exists”.

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