Just on that point, it is difficult to predict exactly how much there will be or how long that will last. It is not inconceivable, for instance, that in the first year or two there may be more, simply because you will have had sort of 30 years of denying. It's not inconceivable that there will be a larger number coming in the initial years.
About the question of whether this will remain or subside over time, we don't know. All we know is that if you look at the examples of where self-government provisions make those self-governing first nations subject to the act, that has not been the case. If you look at the number of cases that are already being filed with the commission against other provisions of the Indian Act, again, the numbers have tended to be pretty stable.