That's good news, because I didn't think I was going to have an opportunity to ask any questions, and I was hoping I would.
Thank you both for being here. It was very informative. You both have tremendous backgrounds that are beneficial to the work we're trying to accomplish here today. I'm trying to better understand UNDRIP, and the perceived and non-perceived impact it will have on Canadian law, policy, or program implementation.
This area has been communicated by a number of individuals, that FPIC is a yes or no proposition and that's it. It's black and white. To me, that's a very simplistic expression of what FPIC means. As my honourable colleague Romeo has said on numerous occasions, one set of rights does not abrogate another set of rights.
Maybe you could give us your view on what that means and any examples you can think of in negotiations where it is viewed in a much more complex manner.