Thanks for the question.
We have a Mining Industry Human Resources Council that does annual forecasts for the subsequent 10 years to give industry important data about the number of new employees that we're going to need to meet demand for the production of the Canadian mining industry. This government funds that organization and we're grateful for that funding.
We think there's a real opportunity particularly to increase indigenous participation in the industry through targeted training programs. Mining has a natural relationship with indigenous communities largely because many mines are located in remote and northern areas. To your point about concerns over addressing the human resources gap, yes, we're aware of that. We do a lot of work in that area and we think there's opportunity for progress to be made, particularly with indigenous communities.