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Hi Bill, I left you a note on Talk: Grandique Ferry, Nova Scotia. I'm not sure I followed your comment about permission to use the sources. If you're copying text verbatim from a source, it can be a copyright issue unless the information is in the public domain. If you have permission to use the text verbatim from the copyright holder, then there's a special process to follow: Wikipedia:Requesting_copyright_permission#For_text. Then, you'd be granted an ORTS ticket and can post the material verbatim.
All that being said, I'm not sure that applies here because the shipwreck info didn't appear to be a copyright violation that I saw.