Thank you, Mr. Chair.
As usual, I want to thank all our witnesses for appearing today. We have a tremendous panel of witnesses today. I was going to ask the chair if he would grant me six minutes for each of the witnesses this afternoon as I start out, instead of just one six-minute round, but I'm thinking he probably won't give me that privilege. I'd better get going here.
To the Cameco folks, I'll start my questions with you. You are directly in my riding and are doing a lot of great work in my riding. As your presentation today identified, you initiated a $1-million COVID relief fund. Your commitment to making the right decisions for the people you serve, for the people you employ, for the contractors and the impact on their communities—that's quite a great show of corporate social responsibility that you've done in northern Saskatchewan. On behalf of our people, I want to, first of all, thank you for that.
I do have a few questions for you. You talked about the level of indigenous employment engaged by your company in northern Saskatchewan. I'm wondering if you would just expand on that a little bit. You said it's very significant. Give me some numbers. Give me a sense of the impact of that in my riding in northern Saskatchewan. How many people are we talking about, first of all?