I guess when we look to the court decisions, the court speaks to consulting with the potential rights holders, or the actual rights holders would be my lay description of it. Obviously, there are any number of ways that consultation can take place. First nations can group together to do that, or other aboriginal groups can group together, or they may wish to speak individually on the subject.
In terms of the government side, as my colleague from the Department of Justice who spoke earlier said, there hasn't been explicit direction through the legislative development process yet from the Supreme Court of Canada. Most of what we have seen has been more of a regulatory nature and sort of program driven.