Obviously, first, that would have to be optional. First nations have to exercise their freedom of choice, and then it'll be their choice. What it would have to contain is regulatory harmony, as much as possible, within their regional context. A different turnkey framework would exist in Newfoundland than would exist in British Columbia, because there are different regional practices. But that doesn't mean you wouldn't be able to have that application in Newfoundland or B.C. It would just be a slightly different legal framework.
I'm trying to remember the rest of the question.