I'm always convinced that the chairman gives me the short minutes, so I'm going to take it.
Thanks for being here today.
Around the education piece, across the country it looks different. Where I come from, even within my own riding of 14 first nations, it's different depending on which part of the riding it's organized from. Six first nations have organized themselves into their own educational authority, and they're doing their own thing. Some of the other ones that are closer to town send their kids to the public school. Others are off on their own doing their own thing.
I just would like to know what the model is in your community.