|A view from Rushbrook Floats of the Canadian Coast Guard Veseel|
Atlantic Eagle near Tuck Inlet, the ship was one of a number of
assets involved in a weekend SAR exercise
For those that may have been in the Rushbrook Floats or Seal Cove areas of the city over the weekend, some activity on the water just off shore may have caught some attention.
That as a Search and Rescue Exercise took place in the harbour area.
The two day opportunity brought a number of partners together to work on their skills and exchange ideas on themes of marine safety in local waters.
Michelle Imbeau, the Communication advisor for the Canadian Coast Guard outlined a few notes for the North Coast Review on the work of the two days on the waters of Prince Rupert Harbour from March 12 and 13.The purpose of the exercise was to train together to ensure all partners know and understand how to work with each other and communicate with each other during a SAR.