Look, from my point of view, with regard to the other witness and collaborative decision-making, I have my own views about that. I think those are the kinds of ideas that might be very fruitful, but that's different from obtaining free, prior, and informed consent before getting a decision. Again, I would just repeat what I guess I've already said.
Remember, again, Desmond Tutu talks about this in South Africa. Core to reconciliation is truth. It doesn't mean that we're against UNDRIP by saying let's have an honest dialogue about what FPIC means in Canada, given that no other state on the planet has a constitutional regime to protect indigenous rights against unilateral state action. I think it's a fair question.
I think I agree with you that, if I were to focus on one element of UNDRIP that's probably worthy of further discussion, it's FPIC in the context of Canada, but I don't want to make it sound like Canada's the odd one out in the world. In fact, we're the odd one in, in protecting indigenous rights against unilateral state action.