Good morning. I'm Niall O'Dea with the Canadian wildlife service.
In response to the question around the natural heritage conservation program, that is actually a successor to the natural areas conservation program, the previous NCC funding. It's a $100-million program over four years. It now represents a consortium program between the Nature Conservancy, Ducks Unlimited Canada, and Canada's land trust community. That's why the structure of the expenditures has changed. The targets are for them to collectively achieve 200,000 hectares of private lands protection through “willing buyer, willing seller” arrangements over the course of those next four years.