I don't anticipate that. I think it's in their best interest to be part of it. They get the benefits of all of the things we talked about, a strong regime to manage everything from environmental protection to cultural, spiritual, and other things that may be important to them.
It also makes sure that they don't get.... This is something I heard quite often in Saskatchewan. The federation warned that on occasion corporations come in, promise the moon, hope to get around the regulations that are out there, and try to strike a deal outside the normal regulatory protection.
I think this will protect first nations; I anticipate they will all be part of this. Even though we're incorporating the provincial regulations by reference, nothing changes our fiduciary relationship with the first nations. There is still that fiduciary protection that exists between the first nations and the federal government.
The real protection and the real opportunity is by taking part in the Indian Oil and Gas Act. The actual moneys management part of it is another option, but it's not necessary to get the full benefit of this regulatory act that we are talking about here. But that is an option for them moving forward.