Thank you, Chair.
It's too bad that we lost Martin for this part. We have to be clear, and let's clarify this for the sake of the analysts. There are two issues here, and I'm asking for a clarification.
We're interchanging corporate within the inshore and the offshore. Access to offshore resources is exclusively held within corporations. The inshore fishery, as enshrined in the owner-operator policy, is exclusively for inshore fishers. Some of them hold their affairs for tax purposes within corporate identities, but since they are a bona fide fisher, this is allowed.
Perhaps you could clarify for me, Ian, and Melanie can as well. What is the issue you see that could infringe on the owner-operator policy when corporate access to offshore resources is sold, especially if it's sold to foreign interests?