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Please be aware that Parks Canada ACCIDENTLY found this wreck after ignoring correct information from the Inuit. Easily this could have been a 10 to 15 year search without finding it. I personally have found 3 shipwrecks just by walking along the shore without putting a mag or side scan in the water. This would have been a great find without any fiction, drama or the publish or perish mentality. Now the problem will be that the wreck will have to remain in situ and become a cultural resource that will have to managed every year with a junket to the site every year. There won't be a chance in h-that a regular diver like myself will be given a permit to dive on this site! I can assume that it might be diveable with mixed gas according to the depth in the Canadian Geographic article a few months ago.

Submitted by Jack on Tuesday, September 9, 2014

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