Thank you for the question.
You know, I spoke a little bit earlier about what my views are regarding our region in terms of economic reconciliation of indigenous communities and governments, but I think there's another side to economic reconciliation, and that is about the role of corporations, governments and organizations and their commitment and action towards reconciliation.
I certainly know that over the years in our area, which has a lot of oil and gas, we have seen different levels of commitment and action from industry. It is the actions of those who have really taken this to heart and taken action by looking at partnership and investment with indigenous organizations and governments that really come together to allow economic reconciliation to occur within our region.
It's not only about indigenous governments having the funds to be able to direct their legislation policy and governance in communities; it's also about those companies having that direct top-down commitment to making real partnerships that are meaningful and that are long-standing when they are operating on the traditional territories of our indigenous people.