It's incredibly important that the language be inclusive. A lot of our interactions with the federal government, not only on this topic, involve us starting, although we've been at this for a while. There's great understanding now throughout government that there are no reserves in the territory and that we have first nations governments that are governing their own traditional territories under the Umbrella Final Agreement.
However, there's no provision for any of those languages or inclusion of that kind of governance structure in policies or in directives that come out, even in programming that comes out through a budgetary process, for instance. As a result, first nations governments and our government, all getting quite sophisticated, are saying, “Okay, where do I fit into this program? How does my governing structure benefit from this program? Will we qualify?” It's these kinds of things.
My point is that we should be as inclusive as possible, and language is a good place to start.