Troubled water

November 2006
Canadian Geographic;Nov/Dec2006, Vol. 126 Issue 6, p93
The article presents information on the Canadian Coast Guard Ship Louis S. St-Laurent. Beating the northern bounds of the world's longest coastline, the Louis, named for Canada's twelfth prime minister, is the largest of five icebreakers dedicated to Arctic service each summer. She aids shipping, performs search and rescues as required, supports scientific research and visits remote Northern communities.


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