You have to recognize that there was significant oil and gas activity in the Beaufort Delta back in Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau's days. There were significant incentives whereby, if you spent a dollar, 90% of that was subsidized. There was a lot of drilling activity in those days. People in the region invested money and were looking forward to benefiting from oil and gas development over the years and they're still hoping for that.
Work is bid on in the neighbourhood of $2.3 billion. The land claims that were negotiated with aboriginal governments also recognize that. We also had a devolution agreement where there was a legal commitment to negotiate offshore management of the Beaufort. Those were the kinds of things that were out there. Also, in the land claim with Inuvialuit was a requirement for consultation and that didn't happen either.