We haven't had a lot of collaboration with the province on the plan itself. It's more of a paternalistic approach, to be very honest with you. That is, the act that was set out and that we deal with, the Metis Settlement Act in Alberta, is very paternalistic. The minister tells us exactly what we can and can't do and signs off on absolutely everything.
We really are an afterthought in lots of this, to be straight up. We've received more financial support from Canada than we have from the province, to be honest.