Certainly from a research and monitoring perspective, we do work with Environment Canada on various aspects of wildlife population research and habitat research. In those areas we have found it a little bit difficult, because federal programs tend to focus on habitat loss and how to deal with that. I'm thinking particularly about species at risk programs and other Environment Canada programs, whereas in the north that isn't our big issue, so we often don't qualify for federal support.
We do a lot of work in the area of polar bears, and it's extremely expensive. Environment Canada has been involved in that work, and we would look for continuing support in that area.
I would say it's more wildlife research and support rather than actual hunting and trapping research.