Thanks, Gary, for your question.
When we're fully operating, we are Canada's largest industrial employer of indigenous people. The last yearly stats we have show that the uranium mining industry in Saskatchewan employed, through full-time employees and contractors, more than 1,800 people. Salaries total more than $290 million for one year. That gives a sense of our employment scope.
In terms of goods and services and procurement, as we mentioned in our presentation, we procured more that $4 billion in goods and services over the last decade or so. The last yearly stats we have show that $378 million in goods and services were procured by the uranium mining industry in northern Saskatchewan. That gives a sense of the scope you're looking at in northern Saskatchewan.
Obviously, we're very proud of our partnerships with our northern communities. It's a win-win.