There are two things. The federal government has a continuing role with the broad agreement in the Mackenzie River Basin Board, which enables bilateral agreements to be negotiated. They currently chair that. It's a board that needs revitalizing, because the ministers haven't met since 1997.
In regard to the transboundary agreements, they are between the particular provincial and territorial jurisdictions. The federal government, and mainly Environment Canada, of course, plays a critical role in its broad national obligation to do the monitoring of water quality and quantity issues. I talked a bit about that in my comments. They have a critical role there, and then they have a critical role on the board, where they are a key player. The federal government was instrumental, in fact, in pulling the Mackenzie River Basin agreement jurisdictions together to get this agreement signed.