The environmental consideration makes a great segue as to why. Dawson City is built on permafrost, and we're seeing that the permafrost is melting. The north sees the effects of climate change at a much higher rate than anywhere else in the world. We need to prepare for those inevitabilities.
The Auditor General of Canada just did a report on our buildings in Yukon. There is a serious concern with our aging infrastructure and our ability to modernize and move forward. As we move forward on the pan-Canadian framework and agree with the federal government in their pursuits, we need to be very conscientious in terms of how we can move forward together to make sure that while we're protecting our environment we're also moving forward on our economy. This is an important consideration in Yukon.
Yes, living in a community that basically, honestly, is on a frozen slab of mud, the effects of climate—they're on a daily basis in Yukon, for sure.