I'll start the answer for this.
I think an overall construct that we're looking for is to enable and provide a platform or an incentive for more voluntary industrial and non-industrial habitat conservation measures on the land base. We found, certainly, in a lot of the jurisdictions where we operate in northern parts of Canada that, without those above-policy efforts by companies—operators on the land, whether they're industrial or non-industrial.... If we don't allow those extra measures around conservation to take place, then you're limiting the overall objective of, for example, recovering a particular species. Most of the efforts and most of the successes that have happened on a smaller scale have resulted from above-legislated requirements.
I think the key message we have is that SARA, with an emphasis on the number of hectares that are excluded from operating on the land base, limits the incentive for our operators or other non-operators to come forward with additional measures that could work on that same land base to increase the objectives of recovering a particular species.
So, it's more of a results-based approach.