When we did the study, we actually looked at projects that were successful. We looked at developing a project, and the four areas we looked at were Sept-Îles, Siksika, which is outside of—I'm trying to remember the town in Alberta—Squamish, and Kamloops.
We looked at four successful first nation developments, and we looked at four successful developments in adjacent communities. We measured each stage of the development—the securing of the property right, the negotiation of the deal—all the way through. We measured each element and compared the cost, and it was four to six times longer and four to six times more expensive. Those are some of the best located first nation lands in Canada, so you can imagine how much higher the costs would be in other lands.