I don't know if you remember, but we had a great hockey player come from Fishing Lake Métis Settlement, Sheldon Souray.
We're part of the sports teams that are out there, but in our communities, we find there isn't enough designated money and set-aside money to ensure that each of the different organizations can get access to the funds that are needed.
We need to work through health and social policy from Canada down into the communities so we can give each of our indigenous children something to dream about, that they have an opportunity to do some of this stuff.
What I hear about the development of tracks and stuff like that is great. I have eight communities that don't have anything for our kids to look at. We have to go to neighbouring towns 45 minutes away, and we have parents who don't have the money to take them there. We don't even have a school that goes to grade 12 so that we can get our children to have these recreational opportunities, and they miss out, so it's very hard to do it.