I know that on the coast economic development for first nations is a priority. We've seen some great things move ahead. Recently I had a ribbon cutting for a micro-hydro project, where the Toquaht are participating. We were at that ribbon cutting and I remember remarking that the sound of that turbine moving behind us was the sound of a revenue stream for that first nation.
Another one of our first nations, the Hupacasath, has an agreement with a mining company for gravel extraction, which is moving ahead. That's a very positive development.
We want to create economic capacity for our first nations. It seems that's a great way to make a whole new suite of opportunities for the future.
We recognize that even though there are many other opportunities there, we have to work our way through this consultative process. I want to ask the Cree James Bay folks, since you've been at this for a while, whether you are aware of developments in your community in mining and so on that have worked out successfully. And are some of your people employed?