With regard to the oil sands, in the past there was considerable controversy about the quality of the information, its impartiality, and its validity, so the federal government stepped in. I believe Mr. Baird was the environment minister at the time, and he committed to setting up this additional water monitoring that was going to be seen to be objective, unbiased, and more intense in monitoring things like naphthenic substances, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, and heavy metals—more monitoring that would be seen to have scientific validity and wasn't tampered with.
It's critical that we have that information to tie into all the other water monitoring that's there. We have water monitoring stations along the border in our territory and we want to hook in with Alberta and the federal government's water monitoring. The interest for us is to have the federal government remain a significant presence in that area.