This is always a complicated conversation. I will preface it by saying we feel very strongly about this.
What we've been doing all along hasn't been working, so I think the first thing is that you need to keep track of what you're already doing, get a good idea of what are you already doing, and make sure your data is gender-segregated already. Once you figure out where you are, then you can set targets for where you want to go.
When we did the research on the oil and gas industry in Newfoundland and Labrador, we realized that fewer than 1% of women-owned businesses were supplying to the natural resource projects in Newfoundland and Labrador. If we were going to go in with a procurement target of 30%.... We don't want to set anybody up for failure. We want to make sure that these things are successful.
I think the easiest thing to do to start, as I said, is to figure out where we are, but we definitely need—and Mary alluded to this as well—some sort of weighting scheme. All things being equal, we need some extra points to put towards the women-owned business. I think that's—