Canadian Officials Say They Want CAT for Another Summer 

Some officials in Nova Scotia are trying to restore a subsidy for the CAT ferry between that Canadian province and Maine.They want the province to subsidize the service for one more summer to buy time to find a different ferry to run the route.On Friday the CAT’s owner, Bay Ferries, announced it would end its high-speed service between Yarmouth, Nova Scotia and Bar Harbor, as well as Portland.Last year the service received $5,500,000 to help offset high fuel costs and lower ridership.Yarmouth’s mayor says the goal is to replace the CAT with a vessel that can carry trucks.