I can give you a couple of examples. We had a first nation near Vancouver, in the heart of Chilliwack in British Columbia, that borrowed money—and they used their own source revenues to support it—to build a sports field for their community, a real running track, change rooms and those kinds of things. A lot of the initiatives our borrowers are looking at are really to try to improve the lives of the people in their community, and sports go a long way toward that.
I could talk about my community, Salt River First Nation in the Northwest Territories. They recently built a community complex. What they do is teach the young kids how to do traditional Dene hand games and those types of things to try to get them more involved in that.
We see a lot of infrastructure that goes up in a lot of the communities that we finance. It's a real community focus. They try to bring their community together to do celebrations. When I was growing up, I used to see those a lot, and now they're starting to come back.