I actually think that implementing the UN declaration and the standards will lead to greater certainty in Canadian law than what we have now. I think we will make better decisions, faster, and subject to less review than the current state of affairs, because parties are not feeling that they are being heard, or they may not fully understand the decision because their contact point has been limited, and so they are using the judicial system.
My final point is just to say that the right of indigenous peoples to participate in decision-making on free, prior, and informed consent doesn't exist in isolation. We have administrative law principles that also will play into how government makes appropriate decisions. We know it is a reasonableness standard. We have all of these principles, so this one aspect that needs to be further developed—indigenous peoples participation—isn't going to, I don't think, throw everything off kilter. It's just going to build on what we have.