I do appreciate your point on wanting to see more of the money stay. If you're looking to be competitive and to attract capital, you have to be seen as a place you can invest in but also derive a profit from and whatnot. It's just as one country, the idea of there being some sort of political boundaries or jurisdictions where you can't bid as a Canadian.... I'm against it. I don't quite get the sense that you're being protectionist, but I do worry when we see those kinds of policies.
I'd like to move on. You spoke about mining and how important it is to your riding and also to the Yukon economy. Obviously the government has extended the mineral exploration tax credit for a year. I've heard a number of concerns from people who say that the game has changed somewhat for financing, particularly when investors are looking for exploration and there may be 10,000 site visits before a potential mine is identified. Is it a concern for you that the current tools that governments are using to attract investments to this area are not sufficient toward creating economic growth in the long term?