It's a little bit late, but hopefully it will work because it was only, I think, a couple of years ago that some organizations were lobbying to have the northern cod listed as an endangered species. I hope that going forward we do a much better job of it.
The other thing I'd like to talk about is this. We read that traditional knowledge is going to play a big role in this. In my riding, I don't have any indigenous groups or indigenous fisheries, but what I do hear from fishermen in the communities and on the wharfs is that the officials don't take into account the knowledge that they have, especially even on the fishery of the previous season: the catch rates, where they were catching, and whether they were poor catch rates or good catch rates. We don't take that into account.
Are we saying that with traditional knowledge, we'll also include local fishermen who take part in the various fisheries and the knowledge and experience that they have from fishing any particular stock?