No, I think the act itself is accessible and transparent. I believe public participation in the act may or may not be encouraged, depending on which way a project is screened, whether it's just a screening process or whether it goes through to a comprehensive study or has been referred for mediation. So it depends on the different project and the amount of public scrutiny it gets. But in theory, all of the process should be equally accessible to the public, and we haven't heard of any complaints regarding the public as to this process.
As I've already said, we represent our members who are dealing with the process and hiring consultants to get their project through the environmental assessment, whether it be federal or provincial or both.