That's a very important question. I'd like to lead off by saying that we don't demand that they do so, so it has to make sense. We have strategic partnerships with many of our large contractors who did a project in Fort Hills with some big companies there. We demonstrate to them the results that we've had working with aboriginal groups as primary contractors or subcontractors. It all starts with, first of all, making them aware of what's possible; making them aware of the quality of work and the costing that's available there.
Second, I mentioned the focus on sustainability. I would say that Suncor and probably other companies having been focused largely on managing environmental, economic, and community responsibilities within what we manage. Starting last year, we said that we have a much bigger footprint than we occupy. This is a personal conversation between all of our contractors and my group to say that when we score them, in terms of when we want to do business with them, where their profits go, what they do in your community, who they employ, and what they're doing to improve the environmental footprint can be very much part of our portfolio. We actually have a scoring mechanism. More than 10% is on the evaluation of them in this area. They'll come through with cost and capability, but they know it's important to us.