Thank you, Mr. Schmale. That's a very good question.
When we are lending monies to a first nation, we are always collecting information on the economic impact. So far, with our $900 million that we've lent out, the economic impact we see is, at a minimum, about $2 billion. We know what the leakage is that happens for every dollar that goes into a first nation community. There's almost 95% leakage. The surrounding economy, such as the communities that are nearby and the provincial governments, benefit quite a bit every time a dollar is spent on reserve.
In this case, when we're talking about monetizing federal dollars for infrastructure, you can bet that the Canadian economy is going to benefit almost 100%, from building materials to supplies to the taxes that are paid by individuals who provide those services to first nations.