I think our economic growth is part and parcel. We definitely want to make sure that we're moving forward in a sustainable manner with respect to our resource industry, but we also need to diversify. In tourism, for example, we need to do a better job of making sure we diversify our investment to the private sector's ability to provide a tourism industry.
There are also issues involving technologies. Right now we're talking with the Northwest Territories government. We're looking at a couple of different routes for redundancy of Internet connections. When you build a railroad east to west in Canada, you've opened the western part of the nation to prosperity. Building a redundant fibre line into Yukon and into the Northwest Territories is going to be the determining factor that decides our economic future as we move further into the 21st century.
Diversification of our technologies is very important, then; our tourism industry is important as well. Also, when you look at the mining industry, development is about the subsidiary jobs around the industry too. We need to do a better job to make sure that, if and when another mine comes on, we maximize the potential for local jobs in considering it.