As you know, Budget 2012—the economic action plan 2012—had $275 million in additional funding both for schools and for readiness for legislation for the new system that would be outlined in legislation.
For 2012, that was over three years. For 2012-13, the new investment will be $45 million to be allocated as follows: $20 million to respond to the 2012-13 call for proposals for the first nations student success program and the education partnerships program, which involve review and assessment by a national selection committee, and $25 million in 2012-13 to begin priority school construction projects.
You asked about the communities. You will be happy to know that the first one is Fort Severn, the northernmost community in Ontario, where you and I actually made that announcement. There is also Pikangikum, another community well known to you, where we made an announcement, and Tl'etinqox-t'in in British Columbia. As well, there is school replacement in Kwakiutl, also in British Columbia; design for school replacement in Lax Kw'alaams in B.C.; construction of addition and renovation for Peter Ballantyne in Saskatchewan; and design and construction for a new K-12 in Shamattawa, Manitoba. A portion of the $25 million was also allocated to St. Mary's in British Columbia to complete their school construction project, which is a kindergarten to grade 7 school, which I've also visited during the construction phase.