It's a complicated question, because one thing that's really important, especially under the UN declaration, is recognizing indigenous rights to data sovereignty when it comes to developing a process whereby first nations would be able to obtain their own information, especially for legal processes such as specific claims. One thing that's currently being worked on right now is an independent centre for the resolution of specific claims. That announcement was made last week, or a couple of weeks ago, I think. One thing that is being contemplated is a means by which information would flow freely to first nations that are involved in this process without having to be vetted by Canada, which is a party to a claim.
Issues around data sovereignty are a more complex question. Here, first nations governing bodies have to be involved at all stages, because they're the ones that own the information.
It's a complex process, but at the very least there needs to be some kind of independent oversight in the interim that ensures that first nations involved in these legal processes, particularly against the Crown, have full access to information made available to them.