A $1.4 million freight shipping mistake was a major headache for the Canadian government in 2015.
The government had planned to use a system called e-deliverance to bring thousands of small cargo ships to Canada.
But it was delayed after a software glitch meant some shipments would not be picked up on time.
Now, the government says it is working to fix the error and that it is going to be shipping more small cargo vessels.
The company that made the software said in a statement that it has learned from the mistake and will work with the government to fix it.
CBC News has more: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/canadian-government-says-it-will-be-selling-a-lot-more-small-cargo-ships-by-the-end-of-year-5348094.html