I could very easily. This impacts us in a multitude of ways. Because we can become partners in some of the exploration of oil and gas activity within the communities, we've done that, so we actually have money invested in the game. When we have to increase our industrial tax, then we have to, in essence, pay more money as well for all that type of stuff.
The policy at the provincial government level right now of putting a moratorium on the acquisition and sale of oil and gas leases stagnates us. Our members have outside businesses that work within the industry, within the community, so they own their own companies that enjoy the work from that, as well as the settlements themselves have anything from drilling rigs to trucking companies.