I don't know. What I do know is that the government has already allocated $13.6 million to first nations consultation. As a threshold matter, only about $7.4 million, or just over half of that money, is actually allocated to first nations communities for consultation. The rest, as we understand it, is going to support the bureaucracy. Even worse, the funding goes to CEAA. None of it goes to DFO, the NEB, or the CNSC. We really don't know.
On the same note, we also learned, through DFO's report on plans and priorities, that funding for aboriginal programs has been cut by 47.5% this last year. So the issue of adequate consultation and accommodation comes under very serious question. We routinely register concerns about the need for proper consultation.