Well, it is an ambitious time frame, but we feel that a lot could be done, particularly when we think about the role of the Métis nation in terms of health promotion activities. Those are things that we can move on right away. The Métis governments have their infrastructure in place. They have networks and infrastructure in terms of working with citizens and communities. Those are things that we could start on right away, but we see this as being a longer-term partnership, particularly when it comes to reviews every five years, reviews of the legislation.
This is an opportunity to reinforce our recommendation for investments in research and surveillance. Of course, surveillance is something that you'd want to see sustained over a longer period of time.
I don't know if that helps.