Grand Bruit, Newfoundland Transcontinental Medial file photo
The last of 31 residents in the tiny Newfoundland outport of Grand Bruit are preparing to move on.
Most people in the remote outport on the province's south coast have already left with help from the provincial government.
Single residents were offered $80,000 to relocate while households of two or more were offered $90,000.
Grand Bruit and other outports have declined since the collapse of the cod fishery 18 years ago.
Overall, the provincial population has increased over the last two years by about 5,000 people.
But newcomers tend to go to St. John's or other relatively large centres as the outports struggle.