The JSS is a program I support 100%. I think you're confusing it and the Arctic Patrol Ships. The JSS is a naval logistics platform, providing sealift, replenishment at sea, command and control, and medical facilities. It's a versatile ship that fits in well with a small navy like Canada's. Its useful both for humanitarian and military roles, domestic and international. The Arctic Patrol Ship is another bag of worms. For something with a name like that, it would be cool if it were actually capable of patrolling the arctic. It's disappointing to be spending billions of dollars on a ship that's not capable of fulfilling its singular role. There are ways we could have accomplished its purpose of supporting jobs in Canada while accomplishing its namesake mission. The DHC type certificates are owned by a British Columbia-based aerospace company called Viking Air, and the use of Twin Otters in a Rangers-like role not only actually patrols the arctic, but it upholds the livelihood and supports jobs of the people actually living in the arctic. Who, frankly, need the help more than the Atlantic.