No surprises in search and rescue critique, locals say – Auditor general’s report shines light on existing concerns, say politicians, fishermen

CBCNews – In St. John’s, Stephen Ryan said he’s fully aware of the problems with search and rescue. He lost his father and uncle when their fishing vessel, the Ryan’s Commander, sank nearly nine years ago. “I don’t feel a bit comfortable, myself personally,” said Ryan. “If it wasn’t for the fellow fisherman around us and boats like that, that’s my comfort, in trusting the people that was fishing with you.” continued

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