I would certainly suggest that you meet with some of the people—for example, Peter Di Gangi of the Algonquin Nation Secretariat—who have spoken on this issue. When you're dealing with this kind of information and these kinds of documents, it takes years, decades, to put the picture together. I did land claims research in northern Quebec, and the type of documents you had to find and how you had to piece it together was an extraordinary situation. I would certainly recommend that you meet with some of the people doing this research so that you can see some of the parameters.
For my final question, I'll go back to the question my colleague Mr. Kent raised about how much information is now deliberately kept off the written record through personal messages, the PMs, so that the information isn't traceable.
You said you're not in a position to legislate, which is definitely clear, but I would say you're in a position to interpret—